Egypt's Latest Conspiracy Theories Target the Country's Syrian Refugees
Syrian protesters living in Egypt take part in a demonstration in support of President Bashar al-Assad in front of the Arab League headquarters. (Amr Abdallah Dalsh/Reuters). It's been almost a month since Egyptian security forces brutally dispersed ...
Clashes erupt in Egypt as Islamists stage protests
Egypt hit by pro and anti-Mohammed Morsi protests
Al-Jazeera takes legal action over treatment of its journalists in Egypt
Coptic Christians Eager to Start Lives in U.S., But Still Call Egypt 'Home'
St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church in Fairfax, Va., has 3,500 members and counting. Photos by Larisa Epatko. When Mary, a 29-year-old Coptic Christian from Minya, Egypt, landed seven months ago at Dulles Airport in Northern Virginia, many thoughts were ...
Anti-military protests continue in Egypt
Eighteen anti-coup protesters were also arrested in Alexandria and a further 11 in Mahalla City as supporters and opponents of Egypt's ousted president clashed during demonstrations. Thousands of people protesting against military rule took to the ...
Wall Street Journal
Disarming Syria Puts Focus on Israel, Egypt Arsenals
Wall Street Journal
GENEVA—The joint U.S. Russian push to dismantle Syria's chemical weapons is starting to have ripple effects, focusing attention on the suspected arsenal of Israel. By forcing Syria to admit to its stockpiles of the weapons of mass destruction and take ...
Are 'opportunistic armed men' reviving an Egyptian insurgency?
By Louisa Loveluck, GlobalPost Contributor. CAIRO, Egypt — In a cramped Cairo hospital waiting room on Sep. 5, an army lieutenant colonel held a battered copy of a list of names of policemen injured in an assassination attempt against Interior ...
Hamas denies training Egypt militant groups
The Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas has denied training militants who claim to have been behind a string of bomb attacks in Egypt in the past two weeks. Egyptian state television alleged on Thursday that Hamas' military wing had trained Sinai-based ...
Who Will Be Left in Egypt?
New York Times
Two years after thousands of Egyptian protesters risked their lives to bring down the dictator Hosni Mubarak, the military-controlled government in Cairo is expanding a repressive system that may ultimately be worse than the one Mr. Mubarak built and ...
Egypt acquits alleged killers of 2011 protesters
Egypt acquits suspected killers of 2011 revolution
Egypt extends state of emergency until November
Al-Jazeera Taking Legal Action Against Egypt
Al-Jazeera is taking legal action against Egyptian authorities, claiming that its journalists have been arrested without charges and harassed in past months, its London-based lawyers announced Thursday. Get Al Jazeera News and alerts free to your inbox.
Egypt army in major push to eradicate Sinai militants
In recent days the Egyptian army has launched a major military campaign against militants in the northern Sinai Peninsula. Government spokesmen have said they intend to "fully cleanse" the area of militants, and military sources say 22,000 soldiers ...
Egypt's Military Steps up Offensive in Sinai
An Egyptian army official says the military has stepped up its offensive in northern Sinai after a pause following two stunning suicide car bombings in the strategic peninsula this week. The official says helicopter gunships targeted suspected Islamic ...