Islamists rally for Egypt's Mursi in Cairo
Around 60 people have been killed in Egypt since late January in unrest touched off by the anniversary of the uprising against Mubarak and exacerbated by a court ruling that sentenced 21 people to death over a soccer stadium disaster a year ago.
Egypt: Islamists rally in Cairo against opposition
Bloody protests in Egypt denounced as Islamists hold pro-Mursi rally
Egypt's hard-line Islamists rally against protests
In Egypt, the kids are not all right
If you're trying to understand the rampaging soccer fans who have become a political force in the new Egypt, you might consult Anthony Burgess's 1962 novel “A Clockwork Orange.” The book is about a chaotic future shaped by roving gangs of “droogs” ...
The Fight To Keep YouTube Online in Egypt
On Thursday, however, Egypt's Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, which had been charged with implementing the order, appealed the judge's decision, saying, "The government cannot carry out the contents of the verdict within Egypt's ...
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Egypt seizes two tons of explosives bound for Sinai
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt seized two tons of explosives hidden in a truck carrying a shipment of fruits and vegetables bound for Sinai on Friday, security sources said. The country's security forces are trying to reassert control over the Sinai, which ...
Egypt Seizes 2 Tons of Explosives Headed to Sinai
Egypt foils smuggling attempt of 2 tons of explosives, weapons
Egypt intercepts two tons of explosives headed to Sinai
'Israel, Hamas in Egypt-mediated indirect talks'
According to the report, the sides are discussing the easing of the blockade of the Gaza Strip, including the possible opening of the Rafah crossing between Egypt and Gaza to construction materials and other staple items. The Egyptian-brokered cease ...
Report: Israel, Hamas Holding Secret Talks Through Egypt
Egypt floods Gaza tunnels to cut Palestinian lifeline
Israeli delegation visits Cairo for security talks
Top Egypt archaeologist sees hope for future in past
Mohammed Ibrahim, head of the antiquities ministry, likens Egypt's turbulent emergence from autocracy to the periods of decline that afflicted the nation on the Nile between the fall and rise of its three ancient kingdoms. "We have passed through ...
Egypt's opposition goes to provinces to 'connect with people'
Among the speakers in NSF public conferences are Amr Hamzawy, Egyptian politician and activist; George Ishaaq, veteran political activist and founder of the Kefaya movement; Khaled Dawood, the NSF's official spokesman; Sameh Ashour, the head of the ...
Egypt's alcohol ban raises tourism doubts
“Egypt is very volatile so it's impossible to give cast-iron guarantees, but tourism is absolutely vital to the country's economy,” he said. “Even those in government who dislike some of the 'negative' aspects of tourism which offend Muslims – such as ...
Egypt's ruling party aims for outright majority in new parliament
CAIRO (Reuters) - The Muslim Brotherhood's political party aims to win an outright majority in Egypt's forthcoming parliamentary elections without making alliances with other more hardline Islamist groups, its leader said on Thursday. Saad el-Katatni ...
FJP will rebuild state institutions, create opportunities: Party spokesperson
Egyptian sheikh receives LE 4mn from London mosque's Saudi management
The Central Islamic Centre in the UK has agreed to pay £400,000 (LE4 million) in compensation to Sheikh Mohammad El-Salamouny, an Egyptian imam, for the loss of his sight in 2007. Sheikh El-Salamouny was subject to an attack inside the Centre's ...