Egypt to look beyond US for arms: foreign minister
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy said on Saturday that Egypt would look beyond the United States to meet its security needs and warned Washington that it could no longer ignore popular demands in a changed Arab world. Speaking ...
Kerry Plans Brief Stop in Egypt, His First Since Military Takeover, State ...
Egypt: Protester Killings Not Being Investigated
As Morsi trial about to open, anti-US sentiment running high in Egypt
Egypt satirist Bassem Youssef's TV show suspended
Popular Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef's television show has been suspended just minutes before it was due to go on air. The private CBC channel said Mr Youssef had not followed editorial policies and wanted more money. The move comes a week after ...
'Egypt's Jon Stewart' Kicked Off The Air
Egypt TV Criticized for Suspending Popular Satire
In Egypt, popular TV satirist pulled from the air
Egypt considers expanded powers for military in new constitution
CAIRO — The committee writing Egypt's constitution is enmeshed in a contentious debate over provisions that would grant the military special privileges, including the power to try civilians in secret military courts amid a widespread crackdown on the ...
Egypt army chief seeks immunity for military
Egypt's Defence Minister has said that the military should enjoy immunity under the new constitution, according to two leaked audios broadcast on Friday by Rasd Network. General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi made the comments in an interview that was recorded ...
The Middle East Channel: One Word Will Define Egypt's Constitution
Egypt's Sisi says army role to continue for a decade
Revenge Killings in South Egypt Leave 9 Dead
Security officials in Egypt say a fight between two families sparked by a dispute in a line to buy bread has killed nine people. The officials said Saturday the feud began a month earlier in a town in the southern governorate of Assiut when a member of ...
Kerry to visit Egypt, tensions high before Mursi trial
CAIRO (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will visit Egypt a day before deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi goes on trial, the next likely flashpoint in the struggle between his Muslim Brotherhood and the army-backed interim government.
Prominent Muslim Brotherhood Leader Is Seized in Egypt
Egypt: Protests, heavy security planned for trial of ousted President Mohammed ...
Egyptian police disperse pro-Morsi students at Al-Azhar
A big thank you to UAE for aiding Egypt's recovery, says Egyptian delegation
Abu Dhabi: Egypt's politicians and activists on Saturday praised the UAE's stand on Egypt, and the support provided to its people to ensure the country's stability. A 40-man popular diplomacy delegation extended their heartfelt gratitude and thanks to ...
Russia returns to Egypt as US backs away
The divide between Washington and Cairo and the suspension of American aid to Egypt have brought an old-new player back into the arena – Russia. Last Thursday an Egyptian public diplomacy delegation visited Moscow to express its gratitude to Russia, ...
Protests in Egypt ahead of Morsi trial
Supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi are holding a fresh wave of protests across Egypt, days ahead of his trial, with clashes being reported between his supporters and opponents. On Friday, security forces fired tear gas to break up protests in ...
Egypt family feud kills 10: police
Cairo (AFP) - Ten people were killed in a feud between two families who went on a shooting rampage in a town of central Egypt on Saturday, security officials said. The violence in the El-Badari area of Assiut province pitted members of the El-Shaieba ...