Egypt searches for church attackers
Egyptian police are searching for an armed man who killed three people at a church wedding, in the first attack targeting Christians in Cairo since the overthrow of Egypt's Islamist President Mohamed Morsi. An eight-year-old girl was among those killed ...
Attack on wedding is latest horror for Egypt's Coptic Christians
Egypt: gunmen open fire at Coptic Christian wedding in Cairo
Student protests at Egypt's al-Azhar challenge army
The Daily Star
In Egypt, jihadist group Bayt al-Maqdis claims responsibility for bombing
CAIRO — A shadowy jihadist group based in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula claimed responsibility Monday for a weekend car bombing in a major Suez Canal city, underscoring the growing threat posed by Islamist extremists in Egypt nearly four months ...
Jihadists claim Egypt canal city car bombing
Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis claims responsibility for Ismailia car bomb
Sinai's Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis claims responsibility for Ismailia blast
Al Jazeera America
Egypt's lobby by proxy wields outsize influence in DC
Al Jazeera America
News recently broke that the Obama administration would be cutting military aid to Egypt in response to the country's military coup and its crackdown against nonviolent protesters. These cuts will be limited and include $250 million in cash assistance ...
Deadly Attack on Copts in Egypt Draws Condemnation
Egypt's government and religious leaders on Monday condemned an attack outside a Coptic church in Cairo that killed four people, including an 8-year-old girl, the latest in a rising wave of assaults targeting the country's Christian minority. The prime ...
Egypt's army chief rides wave of popularity towards presidency
Galal's chocolates are just one manifestation of a huge wave of popular support for General Sisi, the intensity of which has not been matched in Egypt since the days of Gamal Abdel Nasser, the widely loved autocrat who ruled the country during the 50s ...
Egypt Rages Over Proposed Protest Ban
El-Sisi and Egypt's bankrupt civil elite
Islamist or Nationalist: Who is Egypt's Mysterious New Pharaoh?
Bradley Hopes for Dignified End to Egypt WCup Push
With Egypt still reeling from last week's 6-1 loss to Ghana in a World Cup playoff that all but ended the battered nation's hopes go to Brazil next year, much of the blame for a surprisingly one-sided defeat in the Ghanaian town of Kumasi has been ...
Bob Bradley: Egypt coach stays in charge for play-off
Bradley to coach Egypt in World Cup playoff
Bradley to coach Egypt against Ghana: Official
Syrians in Egypt: Escaping a once safe haven
Refugees who fled the conflict in Syria are now fleeing Egypt, where they once found a safe haven. But in trying to leave Egypt by sea they are risking their lives, as Orla Guerin reports from the coastal city of Alexandria. When Suha Omar Ali fled ...
Syrian refugees no longer welcome in Egypt
For Syrian refugees fleeing a civil war, Egypt was meant to provide safe refuge. Now, demonized by locals and sometimes arrested indefinitely by Egyptian police, many have said they no longer feel safe in the country, according to Amnesty International.
Gunmen Fire at Church in Egypt; At Least 3 Die
New York Times
The killings signaled a broadening of the violence that has gripped Egypt since early July, when the military ousted President Mohamed Morsi, an Islamist and the country's first elected leader, after widespread protests against his rule. More than 1 ...
In Switch, Egypt May Join Ethiopia in Nile Dam Pro...
Cairo and Addis Ababa may soon reach a truce to calm their dispute over the construction of the Renaissance Dam on the Blue Nile in Ethiopia. Both countries have recently shown good faith and agreed to negotiate about the project. Egypt has even agreed ...
Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan Mull New Probe Nile Dam Impact