Egypt once again turns to 'Garbage People' and pigs to solve growing trash ...
For years, pigs raised and handled by Egypt's Zabaleen, or "Garbage People," were the linchpins of an extremely effective, if primitive, system of processing garbage in cities including Cairo and Alexandria. The Zabaleen, part of the Coptic Christian ...
New York Times
As Pressure Builds, Egypt's Police Experience a New Feeling: Fear
New York Times
By KAREEM FAHIM and MAYY EL SHEIKH. Published: December 17, 2013. CAIRO — For six hours, heavily armed officers fired fusillades of buckshot and tear gas at students who were the latest front of anger toward Egypt's military-backed rulers.
Explosive Device Detonates Near Egypt School
Egyptian forces clash with pro-Morsi students
College students injured in clashes with police in Egypt
Egypt's constitution campaign poster: a PR disaster?
In an embarrassing disclosure, Egypt has apologized for a banner promoting the new constitution that misspelt the word “Egyptians” and carried images of foreigners instead of locals. The poster came as a humiliating gaffe for the government, currently ...
Rocky Start in Promoting New Charter for Egypt
Egypt's constitution unveiled with a poster depicting westerners
Egypt constitution referendum campaign begins with flap over banner
New York Daily News
Egypt apologies for constitution banner blunder
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has apologized for a banner promoting the new constitution that misspelt the word "Egyptians" and carried images of foreigners instead of locals, embarrassing the government as it tries to rally support for the document. The ...
Promotion of new Egyptian Constitution misspells 'Egyptians'
This Egyptian Constitution Poster Is A Total Disaster
Egypt sorry for banner blunder
Egypt police 'inflict pain like it's an art': lawyer
MINYA, Egypt -- Inside a police station in Upper Egypt, Mohamed Farouk writhes in pain on the floor. As a plain-clothed officer whips his torso, a colleague films the screams. What the grainy footage reveals is not an isolated incident, according to ...
Egypt taxi driver lynched by Islamist protesters
Islamist protesters killed a taxi driver who tried to drive through a demonstration in Egypt, officials say. Witnesses told the state-run al-Ahram newspaper that he was dragged from his vehicle after running over one of the protesters at the rally on ...
Egypt's Vagina Monologues
The monologues are the centerpiece of “Stories from Women of Egypt” —the latest edition from the local theater group Bussy—which premiered on December 4th in an independent theater in downtown Cairo. The show is a collage of anecdotes from different ...
The Daily Star
Armed group steps up attacks in Egypt
An armed group calling itself Ansar Beir El Maqdis, or the Supporters of Jerusalem says it killed eleven Egyptian soldiers in Sinai last month. The group has also claimed responsibility for a series of attacks throughout the country. It's a campaign ...
Both Egypt, US reviewing their relations, Egypt's envoy says
Egyptian troops kill militant suspect; mob killing adds to tension
Egypt army kills jihadist implicated in 2012 border ambush
Egypt prosecutor seeks father of arrested boy
A prosecutor has ordered the arrest of an Egyptian man whose 15-year-old son was detained last month for bringing a ruler with a Muslim Brotherhood symbol on it to school, the family's lawyer said. The father, Mohamed Abdulghani Bakara, was accused of ...
Yet Another Horrific Execution Occurs in Egypt at the Hands of the Muslim ...
Trudy Rubin: A standoff in Egypt, with economy also in limbo
Egypt & Russia: Cold War Alliances Revived
The Coptic Christians of Egypt
Think of Egypt and the first thing that comes to mind is not Christianity. But Egypt is home to the Copts, one of the world's oldest Christian communities, with roots dating back to the time of Christ himself. Back then, the word “Copt” meant, simply ...
Egyptian Christians Bridle at Prison Terms for Copts Only in Fatal Clash
Egypt: 3 Christians Sentenced for Killing a Muslim
Christians in Egypt fear continued bias after court rulings on violent clashes