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'I saw her eyes': Mom dons burqa, rescues kidnapped son in Egypt
Through the slit of the burqa she wore to blend in on the streets of Alexandria, Egypt, Kalli Atteya waited and watched until the boy climbed off the school bus. When she saw him, she moved quickly, grabbing his arm and steering him toward the waiting ...
Pennsylvania mom dons burqa to rescue kidnapped son in Egypt
American Mom's Daring Rescue of Abducted Son in Egypt Reads Like a ...
Courageous Mom Rescues Abducted Son in Egypt
Egypt's rights group decries draft NGO law
CAIRO -- A leading Egyptian human rights group on Thursday denounced a draft law prepared by the country's Islamist government to grant licenses and monitor the funding for non-governmental groups, describing it as continuation of the former regime's ...
News Web Site in Egypt Abruptly Shuts Down
Egypt president sees 'deep state' as enemy within
US defence chief reaffirms military ties with Egypt
Russia, US, Egypt, others urge nuke-free Mideast
GENEVA -- Russian, U.S., Egyptian and Arab League diplomats are pushing for a nuclear weapons-free Middle East, a goal they admit will be tough to reach. On the sidelines Thursday of nuclear talks in Geneva, the diplomats debated a plan proposed by ...
'Egypt's Jon Stewart' Bassem Youssef Yuks It Up About Egyptian Gov't Targeting ...
For the first time since his arrest by the Egyptian government, “Egypt's Jon Stewart” Bassem Youssef sat down with his American counterpart, after being escorted to the desk by two menacing security guards. He bantered with Stewart about the ...
Egypt's Jon Stewart Says He Won't Back Down Amid Charges
Egypt Independent 2009-2013
Because we owe it to our readers, we decided to put together a closing edition, which would have been available on 25 April, to explain the conditions under which a strong voice of independent and progressive journalism in Egypt is being terminated.
Public mourns loss of 'Egypt Independent'
News weekly Egypt Independent axed, print edition cancelled
Egypt authorities question militant group arrested in Egypt's Sinai
Military prosecutors are questioning 11 men arrested last week after attempting to bomb a military installation in Egypt's North Sinai city of Rafah. Members of the group – which includes six Egyptians, three Palestinians and two Lebanese – were found ...
Egypt Marks 31 Years since Return of Sinai
Defense Minister Greets Mursi Over Sinai Liberation Day
Archaeologists find 2300-year-old industrial site in Egypt
Egypt's prosecutor-general appeals court verdict ordering his removal
On 27 March, an Egyptian appeal court reversed President Mohamed Morsi's November 2012 decision to dismiss former prosecutor-general Abdel-Meguid Mahmoud from his post. The declaration also gave President Morsi sweeping powers and shielded ...
The Daily Star
Egypt's Nour party will not join new Cabinet
The Daily Star
CAIRO: Egypt's biggest hard-line Islamist Salafist party will not take up posts in a Cabinet reshuffle expected next week, saying Thursday that the proposed changes did not go far enough to fix the country's political crisis. The reshuffle is seen as ...
Replacing PM Qandil is essential: Strong Egypt Party
News Analysis: Egypt seeks balance in ties with Russia, US
Egypt Premier to Keep Job in Cabinet Shuffle, Presidency Says
Jews in Egypt: The Story Of a Dying Community
“The members of the Jewish community are Egyptian citizens,” she added in an interview to the Al-Ahram newspaper, “Jewish synagogues are like the pyramids and the sphinxes. We will live forever in Egypt, because religion is for God and the nation is ...
Hagel arrives in Egypt, his latest stop on Mideast tour - USA Today
CAIRO – Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel arrived here Wednesday for talks with top Egyptian officials, including President Mohamed Morsi and top military officials. The day-long meetings come as Egypt struggles with economic and political instability.