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Egypt Policeman Sentenced to 15 Years...
An Egyptian court sentenced a police officer to 15 years in prison on Tuesday for torturing an ultraconservative Muslim to death, a rare lengthy prison term for a policeman convicted of abuse. The Criminal Court in Alexandria found Osama el-Kounayassi ...
Egypt: Officer Is Sentenced to 15 Years for Torturing Suspect to Death
New leader elected to head Egypt's dwindling Jewish community
CAIRO – Egypt's Jewish community has announced that it has elected the daughter of a well-known leftist and nationalist icon to protect its heritage and care for its dwindling, elderly membership. Magda Haroun, 60, told The Associated Press Tuesday she ...
Carmen Weinstein, Who Led the Jews of Cairo, Dies at 82
Head of Egypt's Jewish community refuses Israeli financial help
'Jews of Egypt' examines Jewish community legacy
Libya Flashes Cash for Egypt
Voice of America
First and foremost, Tripoli says it aims to protect itself from the spread of Egyptian unrest should its much larger and poorer neighbor teeter. It also wants to persuade Cairo to hand over fugitive allies of former leader Muammar Gadhafi. And in the ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood condemns Boston Marathon bombings, deems ...
CAIRO — Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood condemned the Boston Marathon bombings Tuesday, but a senior member of the group painted them as part of a conspiracy aimed at undermining Muslims' moves toward democracy. In a statement by the Brotherhood's ...
Idea of the Day: US Policy in Egypt Needs to Make Equality a Top Priority
Muslim Brotherhood publishes book on Morsy's achievements
Egypt prosecutors question Brotherhood member over abuse claims
Egypt Policeman Sentenced to 15 Years for Torture
An Egyptian court has sentenced a policeman to 15 years imprisonment for manslaughter for torturing an ultraconservative Salafi Muslim to death. APTOPIX Mideast Egypt.JPEG. The Alexandria Criminal Court found Osama el-Kounayassi guilty of using ...
The former Egyptian president faces charges involving the killing of protesters
Egypt: Court gives Hosni Mubarak custody decision
Egypt's Mubarak stays in detention despite release order
4500-year-old harbor structures and papyrus texts unearthed in Egypt
The harbor is considered one of the most important commercial ports of ancient Egypt, where trips to export copper and other minerals from the Sinai Peninsula were launched. Egyptian authorities said the archaeologists found a variety of docks, as well ...
'World's oldest port' found in Egypt - complete with scrolls revealing ...
IMF leaves Egypt after hearing from opposition
CAIRO (AP) — A team from the International Monetary Fund left Egypt without getting broad backing from the opposition for a government economic plan aimed at getting a key $4.8 billion loan, political blocs said Tuesday. Egypt's main factions say they ...
Egypt loan negotiations end without deal
Egypt seen muddling through without IMF
Egypt's IMF Loan Talks in Cairo End Without Agreement
New York Times (blog)
Antisectarian Campaign in Egypt Urges Citizens to Remove Religion From ID ...
New York Times (blog)
An Egyptian citizen's national identity card with the field for religion covered up by the phrase via Facebook An Egyptian citizen's national identity card with the field for religion covered up by the phrase “none of your business.” Egyptian activists ...
New York Times
City Opera's 'Moses in Egypt,' at City Center
New York Times
The good news from New York City Opera is its terrific production of Rossini's “Moses in Egypt” (“Mosè in Egitto”), which opened on Sunday afternoon. Here is an exciting performance of an overlooked masterpiece with a winning young cast in an ...
Review: City Opera's Grand, Musically Uneven Moses in Egypt
Egypt Travel: concern for women travelers grows
The recent, much-publicized physical abuse of women in Egypt, resulting in a great many instances of gang rapes, is itself a worrisome development that should concern women planning a touristic visit to Egypt. But far worse are the recent excuses for ...