Leader of Egypt Brotherhood in Court for 1st Time
The leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has appeared in court for the first time, facing — along with 14 other leaders of the group — charges of inciting murder during protests this summer. Mohammed Badie was arrested in August. He already faces ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood head Badie appears in court
Egypt police arrest students in fiery clashes
Egypt puts Brotherhood leader on trial, students protest
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Egypt to hold mid-January constitutional referendum: minister
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will hold a referendum on a new constitution in the middle of January, a government minister said on Monday. Hany Mahmoud, minister of administrative development, said the vote would be held nationwide over two days. "We are ...
Egypt reverts to autocracy
Egypt's new constitution: A comparative overview
Egypt to hold mid-January constitutional referendum - report
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Nile Talks Highlight Ethiopian, Egyptian Split
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African Studies and Water Issues analyst Ayman Abd El Wahab of al Ahram Center for Strategic Studies in Cairo said Egypt needs compensation. He argued that Ethiopia has crossed the line from usurping Egypt's historic rights to the Nile to threatening ...
Next on Egypt's to-do: Ethiopia and the Nile
Sudan, Egypt, Ethiopia dam talks 'successful'
Second day of tripartite Renaissance Dam negotiations starts
Repression Deepens in Egypt
More than 700 of those arrested in the August 14 raid on Rabaa were imprisoned at Abu Zaabal, and the walls of the waiting room bear the signs of the political divisions that have torn Egypt apart. Drawings of a hand holding up four fingers, a symbol ...
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 ...
Egypt recovers statue of Tutanakhamun's sister looted during anti-Morsi riots
Egypt recovers ancient stolen statue
Egypt tunnel blockade takes toll on Gaza business
With a new military-backed government in Egypt shutting smuggling tunnels that had kept the Gaza Strip alive, he now worries for the first time that the siege will choke off his business and consign his 400 employees to poverty. Last month, he was ...
Egypt mini-bus crash kills at least 13
A truck carrying petrol in northern Egypt has crashed into a mini-bus and exploded into a ball of fire, killing at least 13 people, authorities said. Officials told the AFP news agency that Monday's crash, which also injured several mini-bus passengers ...
13 killed as Egypt fuel tanker collides with mini-bus
15 killed in a gasoline truck explosion in Egypt's Nile delta
Egyptian court overturns sentences of 14 women jailed for pro-Morsy protest
(CNN) -- A group of 14 women jailed for protests in support of Egypt's ousted president will soon be free, after an Alexandria court revised their 11-year sentences, state news reported. The women had been sentenced Wednesday -- along with seven minors ...
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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 ...