Egypt's TV satirist undeterred after arrest warrant, still poking fun at ...
CAIRO – Undeterred at being interrogated by prosecutors, a popular Egyptian TV satirist is poking new fun at the Egyptian president. Bassem Youssef — known as Egypt's Jon Stewart — was interrogated this week for allegedly insulting Islam and the ...
Egypt's political, military leadership divided over support for Hamas
Egypt Is Perched on the Precipice of Chaos
Egypt laws, arrests worry liberals
Human rights groups fear impact of draft Egypt law restricting their work
Egypt's parliament is close to passing a law that campaigners say will severely restrict the activity of human rights groups and other non-governmental organisations (NGOs), and which is seen as a serious betrayal of the goals of the 2011 uprising that ...
Egyptian Sunnis protest against warming Egypt-Iran ties
The protesters chanted slogans against Iran and Shi'ite Islam and criticized the government's recent decision to allow Iranian tourists to visit Egypt. Relations have improved significantly since the election of Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi, a ...
Salafis protest against rapprochement with Iran
Egypt Islamists Stone Iranian Envoy's House
Salafis protest Shi'a 'invasion'
Time to break bread
The Economist (blog)
Fixing Egypt's economy. Time to break bread. Apr 5th 2013, 22:47 by Economist.com. Tweet. OVER a quarter of Egypt's 83m people live below the poverty line. President Morsi will have to build political consensus to implement a credible austerity plan ...
Voice of America
Egypt Wants to Fortify Ties with Sudan
Voice of America
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has met with Sudanese leaders in Khartoum, vowing to solidify ties between the two countries, which at one time were united. President Morsi received applause from a crowd of worshippers at a mosque in Khartoum, ...
Islamist Sudan and Egypt face 'enemies': Mursi
Egypt, Sudan plan to double trade, Morsi says
Doubling of Egypt-Sudan trade eyed, says Mursi
'Egypt seizes Iranian ship loaded with weapons'
Iran navy ship travels through Suez Canal [file] Photo: REUTERS. The Egyptian Navy captured a Togo-flagged ship carrying heavy weapons as it entered Egyptian waters in the Red Sea late on Wednesday, three security sources told Reuters on Thursday.
'Egypt captures arms sent from Israel'
Report: Egypt seizes Iranian weapons ship near Sinai
Ship seized by Egypt 'carried 40 tons of weapons'
Egypt police reform moves at snail's pace
Cairo, Egypt - As a former policeman turned politician and a likely ally of Egypt's president, Tamer Meky has harsh words about the security problems in the Arab world's most populous country. "The lack of security in Egypt is the largest nail in ...
Abductors target Egypt's Christians
The Japan Times
The kidnappings are mostly blamed on criminal gangs, which operate more freely amid Egypt's collapse in security since the 2011 fall of autocratic President Hosni Mubarak. Crime has risen in general across Egypt, hitting Muslims as well. But the wave ...
Kidnappings Surge in Egypt's Most Christian Region Fresh numbers on ...
Photos: Kidnapping Christians on the rise in Egypt
Egypt: Court Blocks Extradition of Ex-Qaddafi Aide to Libya
New York Times
An Egyptian court ruled Wednesday against the extradition to Libya of a former close aide of ousted dictator Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi. Ahmed Qaddaf al-Dam, a relative of Qaddafi's who for decades coordinated relations between Libya and Egypt, challenged ...
Court halts Qadhaf al-Dam extradition
Egypt Court Stops Extradition of Top Gadhafi Aide
Egypt court rules against handing Muammar Gaddafi cousin to Libya
As Egypt Negotiates IMF Loan, Food And Fuel Prices Soar
Two years after the revolution, Egypt is in a deep economic crisis. It's running out of money to purchase crucial imports like wheat and fuel, both of which are subsidized by the government, and an infusion of cash is desperately needed. While a ...
Egypt homing in on 3.7 billion euro IMF loan
IMF and Egypt discuss $4.8bn loan
Subsidy cuts darken Egypt economic reform