Five die in Christian-Muslim clashes in Egypt
EL KHUSUS, Egypt (Reuters) - Five Egyptians were killed and eight wounded in clashes between Christians and Muslims in a town near Cairo, security sources said on Saturday, in some of the worst sectarian violence in Egypt for months. Christian-Muslim ...
Deadly Muslim-Christian clashes in Egypt
'Five die in Christian-Muslim clashes in Egypt'
Egypt: Five Killed In Sectarian Clashes
Egypt economic situation "worrisome", needs fast action: minister
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's economic situation is "worrisome" and it needs quick measures to restore economic activity, the planning minister told the state news agency MENA on Saturday as Egypt holds talks with the IMF on a $4.8 billion loan. After two ...
Political instability is hurting Egypt
Minister expects Egypt to get IMF loan
Thousands Rally to Push Goals of Egypt's Uprising
Thousands Rally to Push Goals of Egypt's Uprising. By AYA BATRAWY Associated Press. CAIRO April 6, 2013 (AP). Share. 0. Thousands of Egyptians demonstrated across the country to denounce the president and purse the goals of the 2011 popular ...
Egypt court dismisses lawsuit to ban popular comedy TV show that is critical ...
Egypt court turns down Islamist lawsuit against TV satirist
Egypt court rejects bid to ban Bassem Youssef TV show
Egypt protest clashes on April 6 Youth Movement anniversary
Hundreds of Egyptians have taken part in anti-government protests in Cairo, on the fifth anniversary of the creation of the April 6 Youth Movement. Protesters were expressing their frustration with Mohammed Morsi, who they say has failed to bring the ...
Egypt police fire tear gas at Cairo protesters
Clashes erupt in Egypt as key opposition group rallies
Photos: Anti-Morsi Protests Rock Egypt
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood seek to infiltrate, control powerful army: report
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is seeking to infiltrate the military establishment, overthrow its leadership and bring it fully under its control, Egyptian media reported Friday. The Islamist movement is not happy with the military because the latter has ...
If Egypt explodes, we will all burn
Food poisoning scandal further deepens political split inside Al-Azhar
Dean Obeidallah: Youssef, considered the Jon Stewart of Egypt, was performing ...
We saw a disturbing example this week when Egyptian TV host and comedian Bassem Youssef, frequently described as Egypt's Jon Stewart, was charged with the crimes of mocking Egypt's President Mohamed Morsy and insulting Islam. If convicted, Youssef ...
Egypt: Israel responsible for sewage on Sinai coast
The Egyptian National Commission for the Protection of the Environment in North Sinai has accused Israel of causing pollution levels to rise in Sinai's coastline, Egypt Independent reported this week. The commission's head, Abdallah Hijawy, claimed ...
Egypt call for calm after deadly Christian-Muslim clashes
CAIRO — Egypt's presidency appealed for calm on Saturday after religious insults sparked a gun battle in a poor town north of Cairo in which four Christians and a Muslim died. Fighting flared on Friday night in Al-Khusus, in Qalyubia governorate ...
Egypt court tosses case against Bassem Youssef
CAIRO -- A Cairo court yesterday dismissed a lawsuit filed by an Islamist lawyer demanding that a popular Egyptian satirist's TV show be banned for allegedly insulting the president and containing excessive sexual innuendo. Judge Hassouna Tawfiq said ...
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 ...