Egypt's women brandish knives at sex assault protests
Women's rights groups were infuriated, denouncing the comments in demonstrations in Egypt and elsewhere Tuesday. A Beirut-based online movement, The Uprising of Women in the Arab World, called for worldwide protests in front of Egyptian embassies, ...
Egypt's Sexual Terrorism
Hundreds on Police Force Protest Egypt's Government
Egypt Islamist Elite Woos Mubarak Tycoons as Mursi Seeks Funds
Egypt floods Gaza tunnels to cut Palestinian lifeline
GAZA (Reuters) - Egyptian forces have flooded smuggling tunnels under the border with the Palestinian-ruled Gaza Strip in a campaign to shut them down, Egyptian and Palestinian officials said. The network of tunnels is a vital lifeline for Gaza ...
Why Egypt Is Flooding the Gaza Strip's Tunnels
Egyptian security forces flooded smuggling tunnels that run between Egypt and Gaza this weekend, as Egypt appeared to be resuming its commitment to restore order to the beleaguered Sinai Peninsula and quell the flow of contraband into Hamas-controlled ...
'Egypt security forces nix Hamas office in Cairo'
Egypt Authorities Flooding Gaza Tunnels to Curb Smuggling
Egypt Strangling Gaza by Flooding Smuggling Tunnels
Group Of Violent Anarchists Emerges Amid Egypt's Political Turmoil
A group of anarchic young men and women in Egypt roam through protests, faces covered, and refuse to speak to media. They bill themselves as armed resistance and have flooded YouTube with videos of themselves making Molotov cocktails and ...
From Our Vault: Port Said, Egypt, Circa 1920
Egyptian President Mohmed Morsi imposed a curfew and a state of emergency in Port Said, and two other cities, at the end of January. Residents of the northern gateway city to the Suez Canal defied Morsi's order with riots that left an estimated 40-plus ...
Suez Canal revenue slides 9pct in January on Egypt political violence
The determinants of social stability in Egypt
Amidst the increasing violence on the Egyptian street and the uncertainty regarding the political transition process, the birth of the second Egyptian republic seems to be highly complicated. This is a natural consequence of decades of lethargy and ...
Egypt police strike, seek interior minister's ouster
CAIRO - Thousands of Egyptian riot police and conscripts have gone on strike to demand the interior minister's resignation, saying he is too close to the country's Islamist leadership, security sources said on Wednesday. The action takes place after ...
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Egyptian officials accused of covering up torture
Sydney Morning Herald
Cairo: An Egyptian opposition group has accused the government of covering up torture at the hands of security forces. The charge comes after a government forensic report claimed that 28-year-old activist Mohammed el-Gindy was killed in a car accident.
Sexual violence in Egypt takes on political dimension
The demonstrators were spurred on by comments on Monday by Egyptian lawmakers, which suggested that women were to blame for sexual attacks against them simply for being on the streets at night. “Women know they are among thugs” when ...
Egypt at Another Crossroads
Egypt, arguably the most important Arab state, again finds itself at a crossroads, with growing public unrest challenging the increasingly authoritarian rule of the Muslim Brotherhood-backed President Mohamed Morsi. Even some observers who had hopes ...