Ousted Egypt President's Family Sees Him in Prison
The family of Egypt's toppled president visited him in prison on Thursday, their first face-to-face contact with him since a popularly-backed military coup ousted him from power four months ago, his wife said. Naglaa Ali told The Associated Press by ...
Egypt court upholds Muslim Brotherhood ban
Egypt court upholds ban on Muslim Brotherhood
Egypt's Morsi in prison hospital
Putin to Visit Egypt in Bid to Restore Military Ties
Washington Free Beacon
Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Egypt later this month as part of a push by Moscow to replace the United States as the Egyptian military's main patron. The visit will take place after the Obama administration last month angered Egypt's ...
Putin to Visit Egypt, Replace US Military Ties
Egypt, coup and the United States
Egypt's Continuing Turmoil
Egypt re-evaluating ties with Turkey over Erdogan's comments
Times of India
CAIRO: Egypt has taken strong objection to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's comments that "Rabaa sign" adopted by the supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi is a symbol of denouncing injustice. Islamist supporters of Morsi have ...
Egypt forces detain Brotherhood leading member
Egypt's Foreign Reserves Drop to $18.59 Billion
Egypt is a civil state, and its citizens are Muslims
Egypt to use webcams to lure visitors
Visitor numbers to Egypt fell sharply following the Arab Spring and since the overthrow of former president Mohamed Morsi in July, the Foreign Office has advised holidaymakers against visiting the vast majority of the country. But El Husseini claimed ...
Egypt on track despite 'lost three months'
Tourism Minister: Egypt's tourism back on right track
Egypt posts live web footage to allay travellers' fears
UW Badger Herald
UW panel addresses political unrest in Egypt
UW Badger Herald
The University of Wisconsin's Center for Humanities hosted a panel Tuesday to evaluate the past two years of unrest in Egypt, debating whether the events should be deemed a “coup.” The panel was comprised of three instructors: University of California ...
Christians Threaten to Quit Egypt Charter Panel
Egypt's ultraconservative Al-Nour party — which has one member in the 50-person panel — has been pushing for adding an article defining Islamic, or Shariah, law, which critics warn could allow for stricter interpretations of what Shariah is later ...
Egypt: Christians threaten to walk out on constitution rewriting over Islamic ...
Deeb: New music from Egypt
Known for his euphonious yet socially-conscious lyrics, fluid rap flow, and use of classic Arabic music samples, Deeb continues to successfully merge nostalgia for Egypt's cultural past with the present. Having begun his rap career in 2005, among some ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood loses appeal against ban on their activity
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood lost an appeal against a court decision to ban the group, Al Arabiya's Cairo correspondent reported Wednesday. The verdict bans all of the group's activities and includes seizing its funds. Earlier in September, an Egyptian ...
Ethiopia: Egypt objections delaying dam panel
Egyptian objections are delaying formation of a committee to implement expert recommendations on an Ethiopian dam project, Ethiopia's water minister says. Egypt fears the 6,000 MW Grand Renaissance Dam, which will be Africa's largest when completed ...
Egypt and Ethiopia Disagree on Probe of Nile Dam Impact
Egypt-Ethiopia Nile talks end on sour note
Egypt to coordinate with Ethiopia on Renaissance Dam
Travel to Egypt getting back on track – without the crowds
LOS ANGELES, November 6, 2013 — Travel to Egypt may be a bit more adventurous these days but for those willing to buck the trends, it may be the best time ever to see some of civilization's oldest and most stunning relics. Gone are the lines to get ...
The only people thriving in post-revolution Egypt — tomb raiders