Islamists call for dialogue in Egypt after coup
CAIRO A Muslim Brotherhood-led alliance said Saturday it is ready for a national dialogue to end Egypt's political standoff, for the first time not formally demanding the nation's toppled Islamist president return to power. The country's military ...
Islamist coalition calls for dialogue to ease Egypt's crisis
Egypt: A case of selective justice?
Egypt judges recommend dissolving Islamist party
Egypt's women refuse to be intimidated
Egyptian women were at the heart of the revolution that toppled president Hosni Mubarak. Their contribution ranged from work in the labour movement to a female journalist breaking taboos by suing the government for harassment. They walked shoulder to ...
New hearing in the trial against Egypt's ex-president Hosni Mubarak
Court resumes retrial of Mubarak over protesters' murder, gas deal
Egypt's generals launch war on graffiti rebels
Egypt: Fears Replace Christians' High Expectations
The week-long festival of Mar Girgis, or St. George, has been held here annually for more than a century, attracting as many as 2 million pilgrims from across Egypt to one of the biggest and most exuberant events of the year for Orthodox Coptic Christians.
Egypt hosts top Russian officials, a sign it is turning further away from ...
CAIRO — Egypt edged further away from its traditional place within the U.S. sphere of influence Thursday, hosting Russia's foreign and defense ministers in the highest-level talks between the two countries in years. The visit, which included ...
Egypt warms to Russia as US ties cool
Egypt Courts Russia, Signaling Anger Toward US
Russia and Egypt in 'historic' talks
Egypt plans ambitious renovation for Cairo museum
Egypt unveiled Friday a multimillion dollar renovation project for Cairo's famed Egyptian Museum, including plans to demolish a scorched building that stands between it and the Nile, in a bid to draw tourists back and restore a sense of normalcy after ...
Egypt to attract tourists, renovate Cairo museum
Three Irish sisters released from Egypt prison
The siblings, whose father Sheikh Hussein Halawa is the imam of Ireland's largest mosque, had travelled to Egypt earlier in the summer for a holiday. The four were forced to seek sanctuary in the Al Fateh mosque in mid-August after violent clashes ...
Department of Foreign Affairs confirms Halawa sisters release in Egypt
Party plans for return of Halawa siblings after release in Egypt
New York Times
Memory of a Mass Killing Becomes Another Casualty of Egyptian Protests
New York Times
Memory has become a frequent casualty of Egypt's politics since the uprising against former President Hosni Mubarak in 2011. Leaders have tried to wipe away histories of atrocities by foot-dragging on investigations until new bloodshed dulls memories ...
Egyptian army accused of war crimes
Lawyers in the UK have accused the Egyptian military and the country's interim government of crimes against humanity for the aftermath of the clashes since President Mohamed Morsi was ousted in July. In a report released on Saturday, the high-profile ...
Egypt's wheat supply sufficient to last until March 5 - minister
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's wheat supply is sufficient to last the country until March 5, the supplies minister said on Saturday. Mohamed Abu Shadi said in comments published by the state news agency MENA that Egypt had imported 2.3 million tonnes of ...
Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt calls for talks to end tumult
A coalition of Islamists said on Saturday it was ready to seek dialogue to end Egypt's bloody political crisis, on condition that the army-backed government halt a security crackdown. The public offer was the first of its kind by the group since the ...