Egypt balloon crash pilot 'unaware of what happened to tourists', says sister
The pilot of the balloon that crashed in Luxor, Egypt, on Tuesday – killing 19 people, including three British residents – is fighting for his life in hospital, and remains unaware of what happened after he jumped burning from the balloon, his family ...
Egypt Balloon Crash: Families Pay Tribute
Egyptian Balloon Explosion Kills at Least 19 Tourists at Luxor
British Crash Survivor Leaped From Egypt Balloon
'Harlem Shake' Protests in Tunisia and Egypt
New York Times (blog)
The protest in Egypt followed the arrest last week in Cairo of four pharmaceutical students. They were charged with violating the country's decency laws by dancing in their underwear to emulate the Australian “Harlem Shake” video that sparked the craze ...
Insight: Egypt's army tiptoes through democracy's minefield
Harlem Shake arrives on Egypt Islamists' doorstep
Egypt: 'Harlem Shake' protest planned for Muslim Brotherhood headquarters
UPDATE 3-Egypt to invite IMF team on Thursday for loan talks
Egypt to send IMF invitation on Thursday -al-Ahram. * Investment minister hopes for deal by end-April. * Grand Mufti says Islam has no problem with IMF deal. By Asma Alsharif and Shaimaa Fayed. CAIRO, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Egypt will invite the IMF on ...
Egypt invites IMF to resume loan talks
Egypt invites IMF delegation in March to resume talks on $4.8 billion loan
Egypt to send formal invite to IMF to negotiate $4.8bn loan
The Associated Press
After strikes shut down Egypt's Port Said, opposition eyes trying to expand ...
PORT SAID, Egypt – For nearly two weeks, protesters and strikers have shut down much of Egypt's Mediterranean city of Port Said, filling up the streets with one angry rally after another. At the unrest's height, they succeeded in closing off a ...
Egypt's President Morsi reinstates Port Said's duty-free zone
Merchant city of Port Said calls for dignity and justice
Christian Science Monitor
Egypt quietly stifles NGOs by cutting off foreign cash flow
Christian Science Monitor
Employees of nongovernmental organizations say the government is refusing to approve most of the outside grants they receive to run programs in Egypt, forcing some to lay off staff or cut salaries, and keeping them from the work they were founded to do.
International Business Times
The 'Harlem Shake' becomes a protest in Egypt and Tunisia
Washington Post (blog)
Since then, Egypt Daily News reports a student group called “Satiric Revolutionary Struggle” has cropped up in Cairo, with plans to dance the Harlem Shake in front of the Muslim Brotherhood's headquarters. Tunisian students have skipped class en masse ...
The Harlem Shake, Now An International Symbol Of Human Rights?
'Harlem Shake' Spreads In Tunisia, Egypt As Means Of Protest Against Islamists
'Harlem Shake' Sparks Protests in Egypt and Tunisia, Four Students Arrested ...
Niger, Algeria, Libya, Egypt and Sudan Courage, mon brave
THE CONTINENT'S MESSY middle starts an hour north of the Nigerian capital. Drivers must stop at checkpoints every few miles and observe overnight curfews. On the outskirts of Kano, the main northern city, armed soldiers patrol the streets with bayonets ...
Lost and found: Ancient shoes turn up in Egypt temple
Seven shoes were deposited in a jar in an Egyptian temple in Luxor, three pairs and a single one. Two pairs were originally worn by children and were only about 7 inches long. Using palm fiber string, the child shoes were tied together within the ...
Egyptian Copts in Libya allegedly detained, tortured following 'missionising ...
The activists asserted that the images would also be sent to the United Nations, the Egyptian embassy in Libya, the Egyptian foreign affairs ministry, the Libyan Observatory for Human Rights and Human Rights Watch, in hopes that "action would be taken ...
Will Egypt's democrats get serious?
Egypt's President Morsi Accused of Double Standards as Christians Detained in ...
Egypt Islamist held for insulting Christianity freed on bail
Hezbollah Probes Detente With Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
The dialogue between Hezbollah and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt never stopped. It continued — albeit secretly — given the sensitivities plaguing their relationship, due to their conflicting positions on sensitive and important issues. But so far ...
Egypt turns quietly to Asia