New York Times
Activist's Death in Egypt Spurs Charges of Police Abuse
New York Times
His death has underscored one of the most vexing challenges facing the new government: how to tame Egypt's unaccountable and deeply despised security forces. But it has also raised questions about Mr. Morsi's commitment to police reform, his ...
Egypt justice minister resigns after protests
Egypt's justice minister submits resignation after president's backers ...
Egypt Justice Minister Mekky quits 'over cleansing call'
IMF, Egypt say working to reach loan deal in 'coming weeks'
"Work will continue with the objective of reaching agreement on an IMF stand-by arrangement to support the authorities' national economic program in the coming weeks," IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde and Egyptian finance officials said in a ...
IMF, Egypt say working to reach loan deal in "coming weeks"
Egypt Court Upholds Vote Suspension as Shuffle Looms
IMF, Egypt expect rescue deal in coming weeks
The Daily Star
Egypt Resumes Hot Air Balloon Sightseeing
Egypt resumed hot air balloon sightseeing in the ancient city of Luxor on Sunday, weeks after a fiery accident led authorities to halt the flights. Mohammed Ibrahim Sherif, head of the civil aviation authority, said the first hot air balloon was ...
Egypt balloon flights resume after deadly crash
Hot air balloon flights resume in Luxor
Egypt resumes Luxor balloon flights after deadly crash
Egypt's growing black market a sign of economic woes
Egypt's rapidly expanding black market for fuel — and for foodstuffs, other commodities and U.S. dollars — may be the most tangible illustration of just how badly the economy of this vast Arab nation is failing, two years after the fall of Hosni Mubarak.
Report: Egypt smashes Israeli spy ring in Sinai
Palestinian news agency Ma'an on Sunday quoted a senior Egyptian official saying that his country had taken the Rafah resident into custody. The official reportedly said that the arrested man was in contact with Arabic speaking Israeli intelligence ...
Report: Egypt uncovered spy cell working for Israel in Sinai
Egypt authorities uncover North Sinai spy ring: Reports
Egypt claims to bust local spy ring 'that worked for Mossad'
Jailed Egypt Steel Mogul Rejects Buyout After $4 Billion Fines
The daughter of jailed Egyptian businessman Ahmed Ezz said her father is rejecting offers for his steel company after courts under the new government fined him $3.8 billion and sentenced him to 44 years in prison. “We've been approached by everybody ...
State agency representing Egypt president loses appeal, high court upholds ...
CAIRO – Egypt's state news agency says that a government legal agency representing President Mohammed Morsi has lost an appeal to reverse a court-ordered suspension of parliamentary elections. MENA reported Sunday that the ruling by the Supreme ...
Egypt's Mubarak stays in detention despite second release order
Egypt finance Sukuk it and see
Egypt's Mubarak stays jailed despite release order
Top Gadhafi Aide to Face Trial in Egypt
A cousin and onetime top aid of former Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi will face trial in Egypt on charges of attempted murder. Prosecutor Hamdi Mansour ordered Sunday that Ahmed Qaddaf al-Dam be tried for attempted murder, resisting arrest and ...
Egypt to try detained Gaddafi cousin
Qaddaf Al-Dam to face attempted murder trial in Egypt
Egypt refers Libyan ex-official to criminal court
Egypt's Morsi plans to reshuffle cabinet
Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi has announced that there will be a wide-ranging cabinet reshuffle, but critics say the move is unlikely to meet opposition demands for a complete overhaul of the government. In an exclusive interview with Al Jazeera on ...
Egypt Justice Minister Ahmed Mekky resigns
Egyptian Justice Minister Ahmed Mekky has resigned following protests in the capital Cairo, Egypt's Justice Ministry says. In his letter of resignation, Mekky wrote to President Mohamed Morsi that “Ever since I became justice minister, your opponents ...