At least 14 dead after blast rocks Egypt police station
... attack, branding it a "terrorist organization." The Middle East News Agency quoted Cabinet spokesman Sherif Shawki as saying that the Muslim Brotherhood showed its "ugly face as a terrorist organization shedding blood and messing with Egypt's ...
Deadly blast at Egypt security site
Report: At least 14 killed in explosions at Egyptian government building
At least 11 killed, over 100 wounded in big blast in Egypt's Nile Delta
Dark Days in Egypt
New York Times
Last week, Egypt's military dictators stormed the offices of a prominent human rights organization and charged Mohamed Morsi, the deposed president, with participating in a fantastical terrorist plot. The news from Egypt has become so unrelentingly bad ...
Prisoners go on hunger strike in Egypt
Hundreds protest against Egypt's jailing of activists
Three core, secular members of 2011 Arab Spring movement jailed in Egypt
Jon Stewart's Zionist Takeover of Egypt
And the winner of the annual “Most Convoluted Conspiracy Theory to Emerge from the Egyptian Fever Swamp” prize is the writer Amr Ammar, who alleged earlier this month on Tahrir TV that talk-show host Jon Stewart, working in tandem with former U.S. ...
Egyptian Author: Jon Stewart Planning Jewish Takeover of Egypt
The net widens
The Economist (blog)
IF EVER there was a child of Egypt's revolution it was Bassem Mohsen. In February 2011 Mr Mohsen left his hometown, the port city of Suez, to join the huge street protests in Cairo's Tahrir Square that culminated in the fall of Hosni Mubarak after ...
New York Times
In Blow to Leadership of '11 Revolt, Egypt Activists Are Given 3 Years in Prison
New York Times
Gamal Eid, the executive director of the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, said there was little doubt that Egypt's military-backed leaders intended the latest sentences as a warning to pro-democracy activists. “It is time to shut up, to ...
Lives of fear for Egypt's Christians
As Coptic Christians in Egypt prepare to celebrate their Christmas on 7 January, they are still waiting for scores of churches destroyed in August to be rebuilt. Christians - who account for an estimated 10% of Egypt's population of 92 million - have ...
Coptic Christians in Egypt hope for better days
As Coptic Christians in Egypt prepare to celebrate their Christmas on 7 January, they are still waiting for scores of churches destroyed in August to be rebuilt. An unprecedented wave of sectarian violence followed the ousting of President Mohammed ...
Some tour operators returning to Egypt
Tour operators are gradually returning to Egypt after the State Department downgraded its travel warning last week. Both G Adventures and Abercrombie & Kent will resume their Egyptian itineraries in 2014. Tourism has fallen since the January 2011 ...
Hand-drawn spiders? Egypt cave art poses web of riddles
The rock panel, now in two pieces, was found on the west wall of a shallow sandstone wadi, or valley, in the Kharga Oasis, located in Egypt's western desert about 108 miles (175 kilometers) west of Luxor. Facing east, and illuminated by the morning sun ...
Militant Group in Egypt's Sinai Warns Military
An al-Qaida-inspired group in Egypt's volatile Sinai has warned the country's military and police, urging troops to desert their ranks or face death at the hands of its fighters. Ansar Jerusalem, or Ansar Beit al-Maqdis as the group is known, said in a ...