Reach of Turmoil in Egypt Extends Into Countryside
New York Times
AGA, Egypt — Rami Abdel Aal's body was gently washed and then wrapped tight in a white death shroud, all in accordance with Islamic mandates for preparing the dead for burial. But for Mr. Abdel Aal and his family, that is where ritual and tradition ended.
Egypt Reports Gains Against Militants in Sinai
New York Times
Published: September 15, 2013. CAIRO — A spokesman for the Egyptian military said Sunday that it had taken the upper hand in a two-month-old campaign to rid Sinai of Islamist militants, repairing a “security collapse” after the revolution of January 2011.
Egypt Says Militants Booby Trap Border With Gaza
Egypt army claims progress in Sinai campaign
Egypt secures Gaza border, presses Sinai campaign
Canadians John Greyson and Tarek Loubani to remain in detention in Egypt
“Tarek and John have answered every question that has been put to them and now it is time for the Egyptian authorities to do the same,” said Mohammed Loubani, Loubani's brother, in a statement Sunday. “Why has the prosecutor consistently missed, and ...
Canadians jailed in Egypt to be held for another 2 weeks
Canadians detained in Egypt facing more jail time
Canadians in Egypt have detention 'extended'
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 ...
Egypt girds for major military operation in Sinai, report says
Is There a Future for Political Islam in Egypt?
Al-Jazeera takes legal action over treatment of its journalists in Egypt
UPDATE 2-Egypt's Citadel Capital plans $528 million capital hike
If the 3.64 billion Egyptian pound ($528 million) share issue goes ahead, it will be one of the biggest capital-raisings in Egypt since its 2011 revolution. Citadel, which has struggled with losses over the past two years, originally requested ...
Egypt's Citadel Capital plans USD 528 million capital hike
Egypt's Citadel Capital plans USD528m capital hike
Egypt journalist faces military court over 'lies'
CAIRO (AFP) – An Egyptian journalist on Sunday appeared before a military court, accused of spreading lies about the army's campaign against militants in the Sinai Peninsula. The court in the Suez canal city of Ismailiya adjourned Ahmed Abu Deraa's ...
Egyptian military court postpones trial of Sinai journalist Abu Deraa
Tarek Loubani And John Greyson, Canadians Detained In Egypt, Face Further ...
Egypt's ancient artifacts feel nation's ills
Yasmin el Shazly, an Egyptologist, last gave a VIP tour through the Egyptian Museum two years ago, before the uprising just outside the museum doors in Tahrir Square led to the fall of former President Hosni Mubarak. Before that, el Shazly once ...
Report: Mubarak says Egypt's 'real uprising' began in 2005, not 2011
Egypt's former President Hosni Mubarak has reportedly said the country's 2011 uprising that ousted him from power had initiated in 2005 and was instigated by Washington, an Egyptian newspaper reported on Sunday. Citing leaked recordings in which ...
Military Court Starts Trial of Egyptian Journalist
Egypt's Mubarak trials to continue into October
Hosni Mubarak says US plotted to overthrow him in Egypt from 2005
As Turmoil Persists, Mubarak Returns to Courtroom in Egypt
New York Times
CAIRO — Hosni Mubarak, the former president of Egypt, was back in court in Cairo on Saturday, appearing healthy, and grinning and waving as his trial resumed on charges related to the killings of about 900 protesters during the 2011 uprising that led ...
Canadians jailed in Egypt to be held for at least another 10 days
Two Canadians being held in Egypt will remain detained for at least another 10 days, CTV News has learned. An Egyptian prosecutor has extended the detention of John Greyson and Dr. Tarek Loubani, who were arrested on Aug. 16 during deadly protests in ...