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Egypt train and bus crash kills 20 outside Cairo
At least 20 people have been killed as a train crashed into a mini-bus and other vehicles south of Egypt's capital Cairo, officials say. The train, travelling from the city of Bani Swaif, hit the vehicles at a crossing about 40km (25 miles) from Cairo ...
Egypt: Train slams into vehicles, kills 24
Egypt train crash kills 20 people
UPDATE 1-Egypt train crash kills 20 people
Muslim Brotherhood rapper resists Egypt military government with music
Since the military's ousting of Egypt's firstly freely elected president, Mohamed Morsi, in July, his Muslim Brotherhood party has faced the fiercest crackdown in the group's 80-year history. With its television stations shuttered and many of its ...
Islamists call for dialogue in Egypt after coup
Egypt: Gunmen Kill Senior Security Officer
Egypt's Five Binary Myths and the Maverick Middle
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
Egypt Relies On Gulf Aid For Economy: Then What?
Mubarak retrial adjourned to Monday
Egypt proposes restrictive 'protest law'
Cairo, Egypt - In a cafe along the Nile, a young couple lingered over cups of tea, the only customers in a venue that could seat hundreds. Bored vendors in a tourist market lamented the lack of business. The kitchen staff from an upscale sushi ...
Egypt's military regime sets up memorial to its own massacres
Hamas accuses Egypt of being reluctant to end Palestinian suffering
Egypt's Tahrir Square martyrs memorial to be inaugurated on Monday
Popular Egypt Satirist Breaks With Private Station
The production company of Egypt's widely popular satire show said Sunday it has decided to leave the private station that took it off the air after it lampooned the military and the recent nationalist fervor gripping the country. QSoft said in a ...
Q&A: Egypt's first 'playback theatre'
Ben Rivers, an educator and registered drama therapist, specialises in the use of applied theatre for community mobilisation, cultural activism and collective trauma response. He currently works at the Freedom Theatre where he co-founded the Freedom ...
Egypt vs Ghana vox pops: Egyptians don't believe in miracles
We must be prepared to counter them if they're trying to repeat the same thing in Egypt. I would like us to play a very good game and beat them, so we could regain a little of our self. Although I think five goals is difficult, especially that they are ...
Egypt's coach Bradley thanks staff, players for 'great job'
Bob Bradley will lead Egypt in a competitive game for the first time in Cairo when the Pharaohs host Ghana in the second leg of the World Cup playoff in what could be his final match in charge of the Pharaohs. The American coach said he was happy his ...
Gyan: Ghana have not qualified yet
Daily News Egypt
Considering what most people have been through – Egypt's collective experience – I find this hopefulness astonishing. Obviously, optimism is an ingredient of the Egyptian national psyche; it is nurtured by the belief in the Almighty who – so God will ...
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 hails renewed military ties with Russia
Russia opens its arms to Cairo as US-Egypt ties fray
Egypt Courts Russia, Signaling Anger Toward US