Egypt's president says road map on track as Islamists protest
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's interim president, Adly Mansour, said on Tuesday that a plan for a return to civilian government after the army's removal of Islamist President Mohamed Mursi was on track despite "challenges" and that emergency law should be ...
Egypt troops on alert over pro-Morsi protests
Egypt shuts down four TV stations
Egypt President: Brotherhood's Fate With Judiciary
Egypt jamming Al Jazeera signals
Trackers have pinpointed locations east and west of Cairo, and specifically identified military installations as the source of the satellite interference. After the military takeover in Egypt on July 3, Al Jazeera became one of several media outlets ...
New timeline for origin of ancient Egypt
A team from the UK found that the transformation from a land of disparate farmers into a state ruled by a king was more rapid than previously thought. Using radiocarbon dating and computer models, they believe the civilisation's first ruler - King Aha ...
Egypt Brotherhood members jailed for life
The Brotherhood was founded in 1928 and formally dissolved by Egypt's army rulers in 1954. The Brotherhood operated for decades as a formally outlawed organisation until veteran autocrat Hosni Mubarak was deposed in 2011. The movement then won a ...
Hamas dismisses talk of strike by Egypt against Gaza
After rumors emerge that Egypt is planning a strike on the Gaza Strip, Hamas officials scramble to douse the flames; one Hamas official says: We urge our people not to pay attention to the rumors flying around. An Egyptian military helicopter flies ...
Egypt: Helicopters hit armed groups in Sinai
Local, foreign Islamic militants turn Egypt's Sinai a new front for jihad
With the Muslim Brotherhood down in Egypt, Hamas in Gaza may be next
Egypt closes Al Jazeera affiliate
Al Jazeera's Egyptian television channel is among four stations ordered to cease broadcasting by Egyptian authorities, which said they were operated illegally, the state news agency reported. Tuesday's court order follows a crackdown on television ...
Egypt hands out prison terms to 52 Morsi supporters
CAIRO – Egyptian officials say a military tribunal has sentenced a supporter of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi to life in prison and handed 51 others prison terms of five to 15 years for assaulting army troops during riots last month in a ...
Battle intensifies over Egypt's constitution
Cairo, Egypt - Egypt's constitution has entered the second phase of its reshaping, even though amendments made thus far still fall short of reaching consensus. Reflecting the army-led government's determination to proceed with the post-July 3 roadmap, ...
Egypt unveils constitutional panel with few Islamists
Constitutional committee not immune to court challenge: Egypt presidential advisor
Who ruled ancient Egypt and when: The most precise timeline yet
The new finding reveals a robust timeline for the first eight kings and queens of Egypt, including, in order of succession, King Aha, King Djer, King Djet, Queen Merneith, King Den, King Anedjib, King Semerkhet and King Qa'a. The accession of Aha to ...
Egypt on 'zig-zag' path to democracy, ambassador to Canada says
The Globe and Mail
In Egypt, an elected president has been ousted, and now sits in jail, along with many other leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood. The military, which backed dictator Hosni Mubarak for decades until the 2011 revolution, is now behind an interim government.