AP PHOTOS: Palestinians in Egypt Exiled, Forgotten
In 1948, Suleiman Mamoudi fled by foot with his parents and other families from their village of Bir el-Sabae in Palestine. The 28-year-old and his family walked west for several hundred miles, crossing the Sinai Peninsula before settling in an area ...
20 Flights Without Bags After Egypt...
Egyptian officials say baggage handlers in Cairo's airport have gone on strike to protest a colleague's death, leaving passengers on 20 international flights from Europe and Arab countries waiting several hours for luggage. Airport officials say senior ...
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Enraged by kidnapping, Egypt police keep Gaza border closed
CAIRO - Egyptian police angered by the kidnapping of seven colleagues by Islamist gunmen kept a crossing into the Gaza Strip closed again on Saturday, stranding hundreds of Palestinian travellers, witnesses said. The protest began on Friday when police ...
Hundreds stranded as Egypt police refuse to open Rafah
Egypt Shuts Down Gaza Border
Egypt police close Gaza border crossing point for 2nd day to protest kidnap
Clashes between Muslims and Christians in Egypt's Alexandria leave 1 dead
CAIRO – Egyptian security officials say clashes between Muslims and Christians in the Mediterranean port city of Alexandria left one man dead of a heart attack. Officials say the clashes in the city's el-Dekheila suburb erupted when a Coptic man ...
Row sparks sectarian violence at Alexandria in Egypt
One dead, dozens wounded in sectarian clashes in Egypt
Sectarian clashes in Alexandria leave one dead
Coptic Christian latest target of blasphemy frenzy under Islamist-ruled Egypt
Blasphemy charges were not uncommon in Egypt under the now-ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak's regime, but there has been a surge in such cases in recent months, according to rights activists. The trend is widely seen as a reflection of the growing power ...
Egypt's opposition attacks Muslim Brotherhood-backed NGO draft law
An anti-government protester in Egypt. An anti-government protester, who is covered with an Egyptian flag, and has a model depicting a tank, holds a picture of former Egypt's President Gamal Abdel Nasser while lying down on the ground. Photo by Reuters ...
Opposition groups protest proposed law regulating NGOs in Egypt
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Egypt security forces clash with protesters
Egyptian security forces have fired tear gas at protesters hurling firebombs at them in central Cairo, hours after hundreds of opponents of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi rallied peacefully in the streets denouncing his rule and demanding early ...
Egypt's army dots the i's and crosses the t's
Qatar's Aid to Egypt Raises Fears on Motives
The Law Against the Judges
Egypt plans to resurrect landmark bridge
But Egyptian officials decided in the 1990s that the bridge that crossed the Nile River could no longer handle the city's traffic and tore it down. Al Jazeera's Rawya Rageh reports from Cairo on plans to rebuild it. 49. Source: Al Jazeera. Email ...
Turkey, Egypt agree to Iran proposed petrochemical OPEC
“On the sideline of the petrochemical conference of the D8 group of countries, Turkey and Egypt, as the two biggest producers of petrochemical products and engineering polymers in the Middle East, agreed to Iran's oil proposals,” NIPO Managing Director ...
Iran, Turkey, Egypt agree to create OPEC-style petrochemical forum
Salafists launch another attack on Egypt's 'ruling' Muslim Brotherhood
Prominent preachers from Egypt's ultra-conservative Salafist Call have again lambasted the "ruling" Muslim Brotherhood for their policies that they say contradict with Islamic teachings. Speaking at a news conference held in the coastal city of ...
Egypt: Conflict With Brotherhood Could Play Out in Salafists' Favor
Egypt Muslim Brotherhood: Iraq Bombings, Brutality and Criminality Must Stop