Christian Science Monitor
Egypt Orders Arrest of Satirist Over Skits on Islam and Morsi
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt's public prosecutor on Saturday ordered the arrest of a popular television satirist on charges that included insulting President Mohamed Morsi and denigrating Islam, the state news agency reported, a move that amplified criticisms that ...
Satirist arrested: Egypt's rulers not amused by Jon Stewart's kind of humor
Egypt issues arrest warrant for TV satirist
Egypt issues arrest warrant for satirist
First commercial flight between Egypt and Iran for 34 years
CAIRO (Reuters) - The first commercial flight between Egypt and Iran in 34 years took off on Saturday, the latest step towards normalizing ties broken following the 1979 Iranian Islamic revolution. Egypt and Iran agreed to resume direct flights in ...
Passenger jet leaves Egypt for Iran in first direct flight between the ...
Egypt-Iran passenger flights resume after 30 years
Egypt and Iran resume direct flights for first time in 34 years
How Egypt's radical rulers crush the lives and hopes of women
The new constitution has swept away recognition of women's rights and left the door open to the legalisation of perhaps Egypt's most crippling social issue – underage marriage. Draft legislation that would allow the legal age of marriage to be lowered ...
Egypt lawyers held for allegedly attacking police
'Egypt's Jon Stewart' hit with arrest warrant for insulting Islam, Morsi
Morsi supporters and opponents clash in Egypt
New York Times
Short of Money, Egypt Sees Crisis on Fuel and Food
New York Times
The root of the crisis, economists say, is that Egypt is running out of the hard currency it needs for fuel imports. The shortage is raising questions about Egypt's ability to keep importing wheat that is essential to subsidized bread supplies ...
Women suffer under Egypt's radical rule – in pictures
Photographer Gary Calton and reporter Tracy McVeigh travelled with Plan Egypt to cover the story of the women taking to the streets, opposing a new constitution that sweeps away their rights and opens the way for girls of 13 to be married. Their ...
Exodus: Fall of the Jews in Egypt
From its peak in the aftermath of the Second World War, when the Jews in Egypt numbered around 80,000, the community collapsed. Today there are no more than a few dozen remaining. All are over 50 years old. Most are women who married Muslims or ...
Egypt's clinical youth give Bradley food for thought after African triumph
A standout player can be hardly picked in Egypt's winning squad, with no prominent Mohamed Abou-Treikas or Mohamed Salahs, but a compact side have worked hard enough to reach the pinnacle of African glory and possibly set the tone for a bright future.
Egypt beat Ghana on penalties to win African U-20 crown
FT: Ghana 1-1 Egypt (Pen:5-4)
AYC Algeria 2013: Egypt, Ghana fight for Flying Eagles'crown
Egypt satirist Bassem Youssef faces arrest warrant
An arrest warrant has been issued for a popular Egyptian political satirist for allegedly insulting Islam and President Mohammed Morsi. Bassem Youssef has faced several complaints over his show El Bernameg (The Programme). He has poked fun at a wide ...
Egypt to get help from US, European wheat exporters - minister
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will receive payment facilities from American and European suppliers of wheat, an Egyptian newspaper on Saturday quoted minister of supplies Bassem Ouda as saying, as the world's biggest wheat importer struggles to pay for ...
Warri 2013: Nigeria, Egypt rule Day 2
Nigeria and Egypt were at their best on Day Two of the ongoing first African Youths Athletics Championship at Warri Stadium, Delta State, just as Nigeria won four gold, four silver and four bronze medals. Nigeria showed supremacy in the 400m girls ...