Clashes during Egypt anti-military protests
Tear gas grenades have become standard use against demonstrators in several Cairo districts after protesters took to the streets against the military's ousting of former president Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected leader. Security ...
Egypt's Security Forces Disperse Islamist Protests
Egypt: Ismailiya bomb kills one and wounds 35
2 people killed, several injured in Egypt clashes
The Daily Star
Egypt Sees First Snow Storm In Years
Egypt's state MENA news agency said the country's two Mediterranean ports near the city of Alexandria and two ports on the Red Sea remained closed for the third consecutive day Friday. "It is the first time in very many years" since the last snowfall ...
Snow Covers Egypt for First Time in 100 Years
Snow In Egypt For The First Time In 100 Years, Reports Say (PICTURES)
Snow closes roads in Israel, is a source of wonder in Egypt
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 one policeman and injuring at least 18 other people, including six civilians, security sources have told Al Jazeera. Prosecutor said ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood turns to sisters in fight against state
CAIRO - With many of its male members jailed, Egypt's besieged Muslim Brotherhood is calling up an unlikely reserve force against the army-backed government in the conservative Arab country. At more and more protests, female members of the Islamist ...
Brotherhood trial halted in Egypt for second time
Egyptian police fire teargas and water cannon on protesters
'Disaster': The Brother of Egypt's Deposed Muslim Brotherhood President Isn't ...
Egyptian army chief's supporters furious over Time magazine 'snub'
Egyptian diplomats proudly circulated the news of his eventual victory to foreign journalists – delighted to have what they may have seen as cast-iron evidence of Sisi's respectability outside of Egypt, and popularity inside of it. Posters and banners ...
International Business Times UK
Rare storm leaves Jerusalem snowed in; Egypt closes Mediterranean and Red ...
JERUSALEM – A powerful winter storm left Jerusalem covered in snow on Friday, forcing police to block access to and from the city as a cold snap drove some Israelis to seek to seek treatment from emergency medics. Rare snow also fell in Cairo's suburbs ...
Snow Blankets Middle East and Hits Egypt For First Time in Century [PHOTOS]
Rare snowstorm forces lockdown in Jerusalem, Egyptian ports closed
Snow falls on Egypt, as winter storm grips Mediterranean Mideast
General Sisi 'dreamed he would rule Egypt'
Egypt's strongman defence minister, Gen Abdulfattah al-Sisi, has surprised followers and critics by apparently giving an off-the-record interview in which he says he learnt that he was to rule the country from a series of dreams. The dreams, which ...
Will he? Won't he?
Meslamani: Sisi does not rule Egypt
TIME Magazine's Person of the Year Sparks Outrage in Egypt
EU grants Egypt 20 mn euros for development projects
Asharq Alawsat English
In a press conference held on Thursday, James Moran, the European Union Ambassador to Egypt, announced that the EU will allocate 20 million euros for the program to improve five main informal areas in Egypt, including Matariya in Cairo, Old Boulaq in ...
Egypt: Bomb Hits Security Forces
New York Times
A bomb exploded outside a camp for Egyptian security forces in a city along the Suez Canal, killing at least one and wounding more than a dozen others on Thursday, according to Egypt's official news agency, MENA. The agency said the explosives were ...
Judges resign in Egypt Brotherhood trial
Three judges presiding over the trial of Egypt's senior Muslim Brotherhood members have stepped down after the defendants disrupted the proceedings and chanted against the judiciary. Wednesday's events were the second time that a three-judge panel ...