Egypt's marriage crisis: Sons and daughters too broke to be married, waiting ...
ASSIUT, Egypt – A 24-year-old political activist working ten-hour shifts at an accounting firm in Assiut, one of the poorest areas of Egypt, says he can explain why his country hasn't had a true revolution. “It's not a new Egypt until I have enough ...
Christian Science Monitor
Egypt's courts going soft on Islamist protesters? Not so fast (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
... relief to those who resisted the coup.But it does not mean that Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood, or other activists who take to the streets, can expect leniency as Egypt's military continues to maintain a tight grip on power. Skip to next paragraph ...
Egypt court acquits 155 protesters
Egyptian court overturns sentences of 14 women jailed for pro-Morsy protest
Protests and clashes renewed at Egypt's Al-Azhar University
New York Times
Egypt recovers ancient stolen statue of Tutankhamun's sister
Egyptian police say they have recovered an ancient statue of Tutankhamun's sister, stolen during unrest in August. The limestone figurine believed to be of Ankhesamon was among hundreds of artefacts taken from the museum in Mallawi, amid the unrest ...
Next on Egypt's to-do: Ethiopia and the Nile
Construction has been underway for about two years, and though Egypt, Ethiopia and the other nine countries that share the Nile have been bickering about its waters for much longer, things became particularly heated when Ethiopia began diverting a ...
Egypt insists on postponing Renaissance Dam construction for 6 month
Second round talks over Ethiopia dam begin in Khartoum
Talks between Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia to tackle seven main issues: Sources
New Saudi investments in Egypt expected to reach SR8.5 billion
Abdullah bin Mahfouz, chairman of the Saudi-Egyptian Business Council (SEBC), says that the volume of Saudi investments in Egypt — from June 30 until the end of the year — is expected to reach SR8.5 billion. The investments will mainly be in housing, ...
UPDATE 1-Egypt's currency reserves dip to $17.8 bln in November
Egypt's foreign reserves dip for third straight month
Gulf businessmen demand guarantees before investing in Egypt
Egypt's new hijab-clad superheroine
She's got comic strip superpowers, fights for justice and gives bad guys a hard time. If this makes you think of Catwoman, then think again - for this is a new kind of superheroine with a visible difference. Meet Qahera - the hijab-wearing Egyptian ...
Egyptian Superheroine Defends Hijab
Pro-Morsi protest women freed after Egypt court ruling
Fourteen women jailed in Egypt over a protest in support of ousted President Mohammed Morsi have been freed after an appeal court ruling. Seven juveniles jailed over the protest last month in Alexandria have also been released, on three months' probation.
Egypt frees 21 Islamist women protesters
An appeals court in Egypt on Saturday released 21 Islamist women and girls convicted for staging a street protest after it reduced their harsh penalties, including prison terms of 11 years, to suspended sentences. Fourteen women, in their early 20s and ...
Egypt's Sinai: Trafficking, torture and fear
North Sinai, Egypt - Puckered flesh has knitted across Idriss' shoulder, masking the deep gash below. Four months earlier, his captors had scooped the skin out with a blade. The back of his Eritrean companion, Birikti, is seared with scars. The men had ...