10 men suspected of brutally killing 3 women in Egypt for alleged affairs
LUXOR, Egypt – A mother and two daughters were allegedly killed by male relatives in southern Egypt who believed they'd had affairs, the latest apparent example of so-called "honor killings" in which women are slain for violating traditional morals in ...
Egypt: three women killed in 'honor' crime
Five arrested in Luxor's 'honour killing' of three women
3 Killed In Honor Crime: Mother And Daughters Slain In Egypt By Male Relatives
Egypt: Chaos and suspicion in a Cairo mortuary
There have been allegations that officials at Cairo's Zeinhom mortuary have been doctoring autopsy reports to cover up suspicious deaths, despite claims from the country's police force that it no longer shoots protesters. The stench is the first thing ...
Analysis: Sinai is becoming a major threat to Egypt
The kidnappers understood that Egypt was not going to give an inch; a large scale military operation was in the wings, with helicopters, armored vehicles and special forces at the ready. It had also been made clear that the kidnapping had united all ...
Egypt's 2011 jailbreaks still a mystery, carry potential embarrassment for ...
The Muslim Brotherhood Has Turned Cairo Into A Dystopia [PHOTOS]
Egypt's Morsi wants arrest of Sinai kidnappers after hostages released
Ma'an News Agency
Haniyeh to Egypt: Reconsider peace deal with Israel
During noon prayers, the Hamas prime minister also urged Egypt to reopen the Rafah crossing. The Egyptian government closed the crossing following the kidnapping of seven Egyptian soldiers in Sinai in the hopes it pressures the Hamas government to ...
The Israel-Egypt-Hamas Triangle in the Sinai
Haniyeh urges Egypt to rethink Israel peace deal
PM in Gaza Haniyeh calls on Egypt to revise Camp David Treaty
Egypt's cash-strapped rulers woo former regime tycoons
Channel News Asia
Almost three years after an uprising fuelled by the old regime's venality, Egypt's cash-strapped Islamist government is making amends with businessmen who offer to pay their way back into the fold. PHOTOS. Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi (AFP/Manan ...
Here And Now
Egypt Tries To Retrain Its Police Force
Here And Now
Egyptian riot police march as they guard outside the police academy court in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011. (Khalil Hamra/AP). In Egypt, restoring a sense of security more than two years after the revolution is proving to be a difficult task. A ...
Egypt's Morsi to participate in African Union summit
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi left Cairo Friday afternoon to attend the 21st African Union summit in Addis Ababa, scheduled from 19 to 27 May, which coincides with a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the continental organisation.
Morsi flies to Ethiopia
AP PHOTOS: Egypt's Languishing Islamic Antiquities
Cairo, the Arab world's most populated city, is often referred to as an open-air museum of Islamic antiquities and the city of 1,000 minarets. But its rich history and contributions to Islamic art has languished. The city has seen some of its most ...
Egypt's squash star shocked at the British Open
Mohamed El Shorbagy, the superb young Egyptian tipped as a major champion of the near future, missed three match points and suffered a stunning defeat in the second round of the British Open Thursday. The 22-year-old from Alexandria let slip a huge ...
New York Times
Egypt's President Announces Release of 7 Officers Abducted in Sinai
New York Times
CAIRO — President Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday announced the release of seven Egyptian security officers who had been kidnapped nearly a week ago in the lawless Sinai Desert, ending days of mounting anxiety over the government's apparent inability ...
Seven Egypt security force hostages freed in Sinai
The Egypt-Israel peace test
Egypt TV: 7 security personnel kidnapped in Sinai freed