In Egypt, Coptic Christians Become Target for Attack in Times of National Stress
Coptic Christians have been a part of the social fabric of Egypt for centuries, but in recent history they have also become a target for assault and discrimination. In the days since the ouster of former President Morsi, Coptic churches have been ...
Egypt returns $2 billion to Qatar in sign of growing tensions
Search operations continue in Egypt town
Forces clash with Egypt militants on Cairo outskirts
Egypt: Presence of Abbas forces key to opening Rafah border crossing
Photo: REUTERS. Egypt won't reopen the Rafah border crossing unless forces loyal to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas are allowed to return to the terminal, the PLO ambassador in Cairo, Barakat al-Farra, announced on Saturday.
Egypt Joins Israel as Gaza's Jailer
Egypt still keeps Rafah border crossing closed
Egypt shuts Gaza border crossing 'until further notice'
Egypt farmer held for naming donkey after top general
CAIRO (AFP) – An Egyptian farmer has been arrested for putting the name of the country's military chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and an army cap on his donkey, state media said Saturday. Omar Abu al-Magd Ali al-Saghir, 31, was arrested late on ...
Egypt: farmer arrested for parading donkey with army chief's name on
Naming donkey for Egypt general 'illegal'
Ma'an News Agency
Roadside Bomb Wounds 2 Soldiers in Egypt's Sinai
Egyptian security officials say a roadside bomb has struck an armored military vehicle in the restive northern part of Sinai, wounding two conscripts. The officials gave no further details on Saturday's attack. They say elsewhere in Sinai on Saturday ...
Egypt launches operation against militant strongholds in El-Arish
Egypt army arrests 15 in Sinai crackdown
Bombs target soldiers in Egypt's Sinai, no injuries reported
Egypt: Frenchman dies in police custody amid rising tide of xenophobia
A French national has died in police custody in Cairo and two Canadians have begun a hunger strike to protest at their month-long detention amid a rising tide of xenophobia and nationalist fervour in Egypt. Elsewhere, two Syrian refugees were killed by ...
The Prime Minister should put in a call to Egypt
Canadians John Greyson and Tarek Loubani to remain in detention in Egypt
Canadians Held In Egypt, Tarek Loubani And John Greyson, Plan Hunger Strike
In Islamist Bastions of Egypt, the Army Treads Carefully, and Christians Do, Too
New York Times
DALGA, Egypt — A convoy of more than a dozen armored police and army vehicles arrived here just before dawn on Monday, rolling into the rural village that has witnessed the most horrific sectarian violence in Egypt since the military's ouster two ...
Officials: US Moves to Keep Future Egypt Aid Money
The Obama administration moved Friday to ensure it doesn't lose more than $500 million in potential Egypt aid as it weighs suspending assistance after this summer's coup, U.S. officials and congressional aides said. In a notification to Congress, the ...
Legitimacy for Egypt's military government - from an Islamist source?
The Muslim Brotherhood is portraying Egypt's army and the secular constitution-drafting committee as traitors; But the Salafi Al-Nour party appears ready for compromise. By Zvi Bar'el | Sep. 20, 2013 | 6:49 AM ...
Animal rights in Egypt
Daily News Egypt
Two days ago, a young lady in Port Said posted photos of a horse in the said governorate with a severely broken leg, eating from garbage bins. She implored the online community of animal activists to help the poor creature. She has tried to get in ...
Gen. Nabil Farrag, Egyptian Police Officer, Shot Dead By Militants In Kerdasa ...
KERDASA, Egypt -- "Let's go, men! Go in, toward martyrdom," police Gen. Nabil Farrag, a pistol in one hand and a walkie-talkie in the other, exhorted his men Thursday morning as they prepared to storm a town held by Islamic militants outside Cairo ...