Egyptian soldiers killed in Sinai bombing
At least six soldiers have been killed and 17 others injured in two near-simultaneous car bomb explosions at military targets in Egypt's violence-plagued Sinai Peninsula. Two cars driven by suicide attackers drove on Wednesday into the outside gates of ...
Suicide bombs hit Egypt military in Sinai, kill 9
Egypt suicide bombing kills 6 troops in Sinai
Militants Kill Soldiers in Sinai, and Egypt's Military Broadens Its Crackdown
Clashes Quieted, Egypt Tries to Move Ahead Amid 'Imperfect' Political Situation
Street clashes have ebbed in Cairo, where authorities are getting on with the work of establishing a new constitution and repairing the battered national economy. What do secular Egyptians make of the current political situation? Margaret Warner gets ...
Egypt After the Clampdown
Cairo — Sinai aside (Sinai is always aside), calm has mostly returned to Egypt, interrupted now not by mass demonstrations but by bomb attacks on ministers and despair that this presages a return to the dark old days of 1990s terrorism. The massive ...
Egypt Cenbank Chief: Kuwait to Transfer $2 Billion in Aid to Egypt
Voice of America
In July, Kuwait pledged to provide $4 billion in aid to Egypt, matching pledges by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates that showed Gulf Arab approval of the Egyptian army's ousting of Morsi. Kuwait's state news agency said the package would ...
Egypt Yields Fall to 3-Month Low as Military Plan Gains Momentum
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Egypt Looking for Public-Affairs Help as Strife Continues
Egypt is seeking global public affairs support as the international community responds to violence plaguing the nation. The government -- currently led by military-backed interim president Gen. Abdel Fattah Al Sisi -- is in talks with a handful of ...
Michele Bachmann takes reckless act to Egypt
Egypt bans 55000 mosque preachers in crackdown on Islamists
Is a violent insurgency taking root in Egypt?
Egypt sends journalist to military court for 'aiding militants'
CAIRO (Reuters) - An army prosecutor sent an Egyptian journalist to a military court on Wednesday for allegedly publishing false news and tipping Islamist militants to the location of troops in the Sinai region bordering on Israel, an army statement said.
Egypt announces full-scale assault on Sinai militants
Egypt's army has announced a full-scale assault on militant areas in the restive northern Sinai desert, in what a senior Israeli official has approvingly called Egypt's first-ever serious counter-terrorism campaign in the region. Since July, militant ...
Egypt bans mosque preachers in crackdown on Islamists
Egypt wages major offensive against Islamists in Sinai Peninsula
Egypt tightens Sinai security, assesses militant threat
Sinai blasts: 6 Egyptian soldiers killed
(CNN) -- Six Egyptian soldiers were killed after explosions near a military intelligence building in the Sinai peninsula town of Rafah on Wednesday, state news agency Egynews reported. The Sinai is a lawless area that has been the site of frequent attacks.
Hamas seeks to lower tension with Egypt
"Preachers should avoid speaking of the internal affairs of Egypt and focus on our Palestinian national issues and our struggle for the liberation of our land and the freedom of our prisoners (held by Israel)," said Ismail Rudwan, the Hamas-appointed ...
Car bombs hit military sites in Egypt's volatile Sinai Peninsula
CAIRO — Suicide bombers rammed two explosive-packed cars Wednesday into an Egyptian military intelligence building and an army checkpoint in the volatile Sinai Peninsula near the border with the Gaza Strip, killing 11 people including six army ...