Part of Courthouse Burnt in Egypt Clashes
A courthouse went up in flames in Egypt's northern Mediterranean city of Alexandria during clashes between protesters and riot police Sunday, according to witnesses. The blaze destroyed part of the building, burning some files. A security official said ...
Egypt police, protesters clash over uprising court case
Egypt: Clashes Over Court Case Collapse
Riot police and protesters clash in Egypt
Egypt seizes ton of explosives in area near Israel, Gaza border
CAIRO – A senior Egyptian security official says police have seized a ton of explosives headed to the Sinai Peninsula, which borders Israel and the Gaza Strip. Adel Rifaat, security chief of Suez city at the southern end of the Suez Canal, said Sunday ...
Egypt seizes ton of explosives on way to Sinai
Egyptian official says that 2.5 tons of similar explosives were found in three separate searches over the past 10 days. A separate report by DPA claims that 5 tons of explosives have been captured by authorities over the past three months, quoting ...
Egypt busts mass explosives haul heading for Gaza
Egypt: Ton of explosives seized on way to Sinai
Egypt seizes explosives en route to Gaza
Egypt Yields Decline as Qatar Pledges Bond Purchase; Pound Falls
Egypt met its target at a treasury- bill auction as local borrowing costs dropped after Qatar pledged to buy debt. The pound retreated after the central bank's 12th auction of dollars to banks. The Arab country sold 3.5 billion pounds ($530 million) of ...
'Islamic' bonds to generate $10 billion in revenue: Egypt FM
Egypt's foreign reserves rise after Qatar deposit
Egypt's pound weakens again at c.bank forex auction
Sawiris Plans to Return to Egypt Amid Conflicts With Brotherhood
Naguib Sawiris, the media and telecommunications billionaire, plans to return to serving Egypt and participating in its development, even amid “fundamental” differences with the ruling Muslim Brotherhood, he wrote in the Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper today.
HRW urges Egypt to halt deportations to Syria
Egypt's government unlawfully expelled two Syrian refugees back to the war-ravaged country last week, and two Palestinians from Syria now risk being deported, the watchdog Human Rights Watch said on Saturday. A Palestinian man and his son currently ...
More 'insulting president' lawsuits under Morsi than Mubarak
There were four times as many 'insulting the president' lawsuits during President Mohamed Morsi's first 200 days in office than during the entire 30-year reign of former president Hosni Mubarak. This is the claim made by Gamal Eid, human rights lawyer ...
Record in Prosecuting the Journalists and Writers Due to the Accusation of ...
Religion cannot be used for political ends: Egypt's Sabbahi
Former presidential candidate and founder of the Popular Egyptian Current movement Hamdeen Sabbahi on Saturday called for the prosecution of anyone found using places of worship for electoral campaigning in the run-up to Egypt's parliamentary polls.
Egypt island residents forcibly evicted
Residents of a small island in Egypt are facing eviction and a military trial. In November, the hundreds of army personnel stormed the island of al-Qursaya, on the outskirts of the capital Cairo. One person was killed and dozens were arrested. Rights ...
Egypt armed forces 'won't give up inch of military land': Army source
Egypt's economic policy: More transparency please
No one owns Egypt's economy. Not the Muslim Brotherhood, not Muslims, and not anyone else. All rational people have to agree that the nation's political disputes should now fade into the background; that Egyptians must stand together in the face of ...
National myth in Egypt
Dashed hopes in Morsy's foreign policy
Egypt drops hundreds of charges over post-Mubarak violence