Hundreds of journalists attacked in Egypt since revolution, study finds
Hundreds of journalists have come under attack in Egypt in the two years since a popular revolution toppled the Mubarak regime, according to a new report which experts fear could mean a chill wind blew in with the Arab Spring. Some 309 attacks ...
Rights Group Calls Egypt Draft NGO Law Restrictive
New Egypt NGO law could expand Morsi's control
Egypt Artists to Protest Mursi-Appointed Culture Minister
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Fear in Egypt as Ethiopia Builds Giant Dam on Nile
Ethiopia's construction of Africa's largest hydroelectric dam on the world's longest river threatens to affect flows of water to Nile-dependent, water-starved Egypt, where there is growing outrage, anger and fear. Egypt in the past has threatened to go ...
Nile River Dispute Between Egypt, Ethiopia Sparks Tensions
CORRECTION - Egypt could use Suez Canal to retaliate against Ethiopia dam ...
Tale of 2 Converts Shows Egypt's Sectarian Divide
In one case, an Egyptian Christian man stabs his wife after she converts to Islam with the support of hard-line Islamists. Then after surrendering to police, he dies in mysterious circumstances, falling from a court building window. At about the same ...
Two women in Egypt convert _ one to Islam, one to Christianity _ but fallout ...
Egypt's Islamic antiquities suffer from looting, political turmoil
CAIRO – 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 ...
Human Rights Watch calls Egypt's draft law over non-governmental ...
In a joint statement, 40 Egyptian rights groups accused Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood and its political arm of seeking to curb the freedom of rights groups through legal restrictions. They said the proposed law potentially gives Egypt's security apparatus ...
Egypt converts Qatari funds into 18-month notes -c.bank governor
CAIRO May 30 (Reuters) - Egypt has converted $2.5 billion that Qatar lent it in December into 18-month notes and is working to convert another $3 billion lent this month into three-year bonds, Egypt's central bank governor was quoted on Thursday as saying.
Egypt budget deficit hits 10.6% of GDP in 1st 10 months of 2012/13
Taming jihadists: A botched attempt in Tunisia and Egypt
Ongoing violence and Islamist extremism in Tunisia and Egypt show that the rise to power of moderate Islam has failed to absorb its radical elements and integrate them into neo-liberal politics. In Tunisia, recent clashes between police and members of ...
Egypt: New Draft Law an Assault on Independent Groups
Human Rights Watch
(New York) – The draft Associations Law that Egypt's president put before the country's legislature on May 29, 2013, would allow the government and its security agencies to arbitrarily restrict the funding and operation of independent groups if it is ...
Human Rights Watch slams Egypt's new NGO draft law
Canadian researcher uncovers first evidence of child abuse in ancient Egypt
Most starkly, the 2,000-year-old skeleton of a toddler buried in a cemetery in Egypt's western desert showed evidence of recent fractures of the middle part of the forearm bone, damage that would almost certainly be deliberate force, lead author Sandra ...
2000-year-old remains of child abuse victim found in Egypt
detainee wanted for murder in Egypt
An asylum seeker who arrived at Christmas Island last year was wanted in Egypt for premeditated murder, possession of weapons and explosives and destruction of property. The unnamed man was initially held at the low security Inverbrackie detention ...