Bomb hits police camp in Egypt's Ismailiyah
A bomb has exploded near the entrance of a security forces camp in the northern Egyptian city of Ismailiyah, killing at least one policeman and injuring at least 18 other people, including six civilians, security sources have told Al Jazeera. The bomb ...
Egypt: Ismailiya bomb kills one and wounds 35
Car bomb rocks Egypt police base
1 dead in explosion outside security camp in Egypt
'Come and kill us': Constitutions and necropolitics from Egypt to Bahrain
He and his wife Manal, who was beaten by security forces when they arrested Alaa in their home, are among the most well-known bloggers and revolutionary political activists in Egypt. Alaa has the distinction of having been harassed and even jailed by ...
Brotherhood trial halted in Egypt for second time
Egyptian judges have halted the trial of leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood after they disrupted proceedings. The three-member panel referred the case to the Cairo appeals court after the defendants, including general guide Mohammed Badie, chanted: ...
'Disaster': The Brother of Egypt's Deposed Muslim Brotherhood President Isn't ...
Judges resign in Egypt Brotherhood trial
More Egypt Judges Step Down in Islamist Trial
Gulf summit backs Egypt, praises Iran, warns Syria
Observers consider this pledge a strong message of support for Egypt's post-Mohamed Morsi leaders. After a two-day summit in Kuwait, GCC leaders expressed their trust and confidence in “the Egyptian people's choices” – an implicit endorsement of Morsi ...
New Report Exposes Trafficking Rings in Egypt's Sinai
The horrors experienced by victims of human trafficking in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula are almost unimaginable. Held in 'torture camps' run by gang leaders, they are systematically subjected to physical abuse and sexual violence by their captors in a bid ...
Human trafficking, infernal cycle in the Sinai
Growing Persecution of Egypt's Copts Highlighted at Congressional Hearing
Highlighting escalation of attacks on Egypt's Copts, speakers at a congressional hearing this week expressed concerns over the Muslim Brotherhood making Christians the scapegoat for the Islamist group's political downfall. "An unprecedented wave of ...
Congress hears testimony: US could have helped Christians in Egypt
Christians being 'targeted' in Egypt
Inside Egypt's draft constitution: Debates over military powers continue
Activists and politicians who had been lobbying for change had their hopes dashed last week when the committee tasked with amending Egypt's constitution voted to approve the contentious Article 174, which allows the military judiciary to continue ...
Church Building a New Right for Egypt's Christians
World Citizen: In Egypt, Mixed Constitution Enshrines Military While Advancing ...
Egypt has no time to lose
Christian Science Monitor
Detained at sea, Syrian refugees stranded in Egyptian limbo
Christian Science Monitor
Five months ago, Wefa thought she was safe. The Syrian refugee and her family had made their way to Egypt, and though she and her husband couldn't find work and her children weren't allowed to attend school, at least the country had proven a welcome ...
Egypt grants permits to 171 'illegal' Syrian immigrants
Most Syrian and Palestinian refugees held in Egypt released
Rights groups demand investigation into killings of Egypt protesters
Los Angeles Times
The Obama administration cut some military aid in response to the coup and the subsequent crackdown, though Secretary of State John F. Kerry signaled during a visit to Egypt last month that the United States hoped for a transition back to democracy via ...
Egyptian court overturns sentences of 14 women jailed for pro-Morsy protest
Rights groups demand Egypt probe killings of Mursi supporters
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood head Badie appears in court
The story of a girl activist - Egypt
Biggest challenge: In terms of women's rights Egypt may be slightly better (with the emphasis on slightly) than the rest of the Middle East, but the way women are treated is still nothing short of disgraceful. There's an old saying that says women only ...