Egyptian princess's tomb found near Cairo
Three recently discovered statues were found in a complex of tombs, including one of pharaonic princess Shert Nebti, in the Abusir region, south of Cairo, Egypt. (Photo: Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities via AP) ...
Egypt still giving up her secrets 4500 years on
Egypt: Pharaonic princess' 4500-year-old tomb found near Cairo
Egyptian Princess Shert Nebti's tomb found by Czechs near Cairo
Egypt's Copts choose new pope
CAIRO — Egypt's Coptic Christians will learn on Sunday who is to be their new leader after a blindfolded altar boy, believed to be directed by God, chooses one of three names out of a box. The new Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of All Africa in the ...
Egyptian Copts await new pope to succeed Shenouda III
'God's will' and a child to pick Egypt's new Coptic pope: The Altar lottery
A new future for Egypt's Copts
Israel's Barak rejects Egypt remark made by aide
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has distanced himself from remarks made by one of his senior aides, who dubbed Egypt's government a ''shocking dictatorship'' and said there was no dialogue between the countries. Barak said the ...
PMO rejects Amos Gilad's rebuke of Egypt
Israeli official brands Egypt's government dictatorial
Amos Gilad's gaffe and the longing for Mubarak
Gunmen kill three of Egypt's security forces in Sinai
Three members of Egypt's security forces have been shot dead by gunmen in north Sinai peninsula, officials say. A fourth was wounded in an attack on their car in the suburbs of El Arish. Egypt launched an offensive against militants in Sinai following ...
Gunmen kill three policemen in Egypt's Sinai: security sources
Suspected jihadis kill 3 police in Egypt's Sinai
Three policemen shot dead in Egypt's Sinai
Egypt postpones curfew on shops, cafes by a week
AP Photo. Egyptians relax outside a cafe in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012. Egypt's capital prides itself on being city that never sleeps, with crowds filling cafes and shops open into the small hours. So the government is facing a backlash ...
Egypt postpones curfew for shops, cafes after broad backlash
Activists rally to end prison torture in Egypt
CAIRO (Reuters) - About 1,000 activists rallied in Cairo on Saturday demanding an end to brutality in Egyptian prisons and calling for a ban on torture in the new constitution. Islamist president Mohamed Mursi was elected in June following 16 months of ...
Egypt needs IMF loan to reassure investors: Finance Minister
Egypt is likely to enact an agreement with the International Monetary Fund by the end of 2012 on a $4.8 plus loan deal, Egyptian Finance Minister Momtaz El-Said told Ahram Online in a telephone interview Friday. “We are in the technical discussion ...
India, Egypt bond over Rajasthan's crafts
New Delhi: Egypt and India have forged a new cultural connect with a showcase of Indian crafts and heritage, "Treasures of Rajasthan" which will open Monday at the Egyptian embassy in the capital. The two-day exhibition will display textiles, saris ...
Salafist Muslims Demand Sharia Law in Egypt's New Constitution
Journal of Turkish Weekly
Egypt's new constitution is set to replace the 1971 charter suspended by the military which took power when long-time President Hosni Mubarak was ousted in February 2011. Fundamentalist Islamists want the new constitution to have the precepts of sharia ...
Egypt Salafists stage Cairo demo on constitution
Anti-Mursi chants cause clashes in Friday's Shariah protest
In debate over Egypt's new constitution, Muslim law sparks a holy war of words
Egypt prepares to celebrate Valentine's Day on Nov. 4: report
Despite clashes and protests that have recently transpired in Egypt, sales on flowers and chocolates are set to hit the streets as the country prepares to celebrate Valentine's Day on Sunday. Besides celebrating “hearts day” on its international date ...