New York Times
After Sinai Killings, Cairo Tightens Grip on a Neglected Region
New York Times
EL-ARISH, Egypt — The new police chief peered through the black grill of a holding cell and asked a baby-faced prisoner inside when he had gotten there. The young man — he might have been a teenager — had been detained in the previous day or two as ...
Egypt media say six Sinai "terrorists" held after attack
Egypt arrests 9 militants linked to deadly weekend attack in Sinai
Egypt's Christians Form Their Own Brotherhood
A former leader of the Muslim Brotherhood occupies Egypt's presidential palace, leaving many of the country's Coptic Christians deeply anxious about their future. Now, a new group calling itself the Christian Brotherhood has emerged, vowing to stand up ...
Hamas: Egypt Briefly Reopens Border With Gaza
A Hamas official says Egypt has temporarily reopened its border with Gaza but only to allow the passage of Palestinians back to the coastal territory. Egypt closed the crossing in the wake of a deadly attack on Egyptian soldiers in the Sinai Peninsula ...
Egypt troops in Sinai to fight militants alter the 'buffer' enshrined in Egypt ...
Trouble in Sinai: Egypt and Israel must restore order in a key zone
Little sign of battle in Egypt's Sinai region
'IDF entering Egypt to stop entry of asylum seekers'
Israel Defense Forces soldiers are entering Egyptian territory in order to detain asylum seekers and turn them over to Egyptian authorities before they enter Israel, according to a report released on Friday. In a press release sent out on Friday ...
Egypt's new old government
The Japan Times
Morsi's government clearly reflects the balance of power between the president and the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF). But it also reflects the strategy of the Muslim Brothers to shift that balance. Thirty-five ministers were chosen by the ...
In Egypt, anti-Semitism comes back in fashion
A travel tip: If you find yourself doing business in Egypt and you feel the urge to insult your interlocutor, 1) try not to insult your interlocutor; and 2) if you must, cast aspersions on the chastity of the person's mother or sister. This insult will ...
The Role of a Constitutional Court in Democratisation
How must the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt act to ensure its continued relevance and assist in the country's transition? In the days preceding Egypt's first democratic election, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) issued a series of ...
FOB Gulf Grain-Wheat premiums hold, eye on Egypt tender
Aug 10 (Reuters) - Wheat export premiums at the U.S. Gulf Coast held mostly steady on Friday as top importer Egypt set its first international tender to buy wheat on the world market since April, traders said. * Egypt's GASC seeking an unspecified ...
Severed Hands Discovered in Ancient Egypt Palace
The finds, made in the Nile Delta northeast of Cairo, date back about 3600 years to a time when the Hyksos, a people believed to be originally from northern Canaan, controlled part of Egypt and made their capital at Avaris a location known today as ...
German intelligence fears Salafists re-base in Egypt
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's intelligence service fears that members of a radical Salafist group, banned in the country since June, could establish a new, dangerous German Salafist colony in Egypt, the German daily Die Welt cited security experts as ...