Rebuilding Egypt's tarnished police
The police used to rule the streets in Egypt with a firm and often frightening hand. But now that they have virtually withdrawn from public view, and the streets are becoming increasingly lawless, people are asking where they are and why they have ...
Egypt, Turkey, and Tunisia Are All Slowly Islamizing
A supporter of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and a member of the Muslim Brotherhood holds up a Koran during Friday prayers at a rally in Cairo on December 14, 2012. (Amr Dalsh/Reuters). Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Qandil announced a cabinet ...
Verdict in Trial of Egypt Activist on June 3
An Egyptian activist charged with insulting the president will remain in detention until June 3, when a verdict is expected, his lawyer said Monday. Ahmed Douma is the first prominent critic of President Mohammed Morsi to be tried on this charge ...
Verdict in trial of Egypt activist Doma postponed to 3 June
Appeals court frees 6 backers of black-clad Egypt protest group - GlobalPost
Activist's Trial for Insulting Egypt President Continues
Egypt paper stands by Mubarak 'interview'
An Egyptian newspaper is standing by its report of what it says is the first interview with ex-President Hosni Mubarak since his overthrow, despite a denial by Mr Mubarak's lawyer. Al-Watan says one of its journalists spoke to Mr Mubarak in the court ...
Egypt paper publishes 'Mubarak interview'
Egypt's Mubarak Talks for 1st Time Since Detention
Egyptian Activist Is Released After Questioning
Guarding Nile City Bringing Riches to Egyptian Commandos
“Before the revolution, we had to convince companies of the need for security, now we get a lot of requests,” said Ahmed Emam, Egypt president for Swedish security firm Securitas AB (SECUB), who lists Europe's biggest builder Vinci SA (DG) (DG), part ...
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Gaddafi cousin goes on trial in Egypt for attempted murder
CAIRO (Reuters) - A cousin of late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi went on trial in Egypt on Monday on charges of attempted murder in a case that has blocked his extradition to Libya. Ahmed Gaddaf Alddam is accused of opening fire on police when they ...
Egypt court adjourns case against Gaddafi aide
Cousin of Gaddafi on trial in Egypt
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Rival Islamic groups battle to shape Egypt's future
While Egypt observers have fixated on the battle between secularists and Islamists as the defining fact of political life since the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi won the presidency last year, some analysts say there is an equally intense contest ...
Egypt approves higher taxes on the wealthy
Egypt court to rule next month on challenge to upper house
Egypt Activists Condemn Brotherhood Rule
Shias are more dangerous than naked women: Salafist MPs
Members of the culture committee of Egypt's Shura Council discussed their concerns on Monday about the possibility of Iranian tourism to Egypt, with some expressing fears that it could spread Shiism in the country. According to Ahram's Arabic news ...
Al-Nour and FJP clash over Iranian tourism
Industry insiders: Egypt's tourism not out of the woods yet
In Egypt, it's Shia versus naked women
Man goes undercover as a woman to investigate sexual harassment in Egypt
CAIRO — Waleed Hammad dressed conservatively for his secret mission into the world of sexual harassment and abuse on the streets of Cairo, donning a long tan skirt and sleeved shirt, and at times covering his head like many Egyptian women.
Gaddafi cousin on trial in Egypt
Qaddaf al-Dam was detained in Cairo in March after a gunfight with police in his apartment and has been held in Egypt despite Libyan demands for his extradition. Tripoli had lodged an appeal last month against an Egyptian court ruling blocking his ...