Egypt tightens Sinai security, assesses militant threat
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has tightened control of crossings from the Sinai peninsula and continued assaults on militants after an Islamist group based there said it tried to kill the interior minister in Cairo last week, the state news agency reported ...
Egypt announces full-scale assault on Sinai militants
Egypt military targets armed groups in Sinai
Egypt wages major offensive against Islamists in Sinai Peninsula
Wall Street Journal
Egypt Clamors for Military Leadership
Wall Street Journal
The development signals Egyptians' yearning for stability and order amid the chaos, violence and economic distress that has enveloped Egypt since protesters forced the country's last military-backed autocrat, Hosni Mubarak, to step down in 2011 ...
The Middle East Channel: Violence reshapes Egypt's politics
Analysis: Egypt's long war on terror
Egypt army keeps upper hand as country eyes transition
Egypt shutting economic lifeline for Gaza Strip, in move to isolate Hamas
RAFAH, Gaza Strip — The Egyptian military has launched what appears to be a campaign to shut down, once and for all, the illegal but long-permitted tunnels that provide a vital economic lifeline to the Gaza Strip and supply tax revenue to the Islamist ...
Egypt seeks to shut economic pipeline to Gaza
Hamas struggles to stay afloat, beset by challenges from Egypt, Syria and Iran
Egypt Launches Offensive Against Sinai Militants
Bachmann, Gohmert, King's bizarre Egypt statement
Reps. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) and Steve King (R-Iowa) were in Egypt this past weekend and took the opportunity to film an unusual 15 minutes long joint statement praising the current government in Egypt. In the video posted ...
WATCH: Michele Bachmann flubs almost everything about Egypt
Visiting Republicans Laud Egypt's Force
GOP Members Of Congress Hold Surreal Press Conference In Egypt Thanking ...
Stork detained in Egypt for being a spy found dead on an island in the Nile
Political turbulence has kept Egypt on edge for months. At least 900 people, including 100 soldiers and police, have been killed in a crackdown on Morsi supporters, making it the country's bloodiest internal episode in decades. The United States and ...
Egypt's 'Spy' Stork Found Dead
Stork once suspected of being spy found dead in Egypt
Fowl play? Stork suspected of spying in Egypt was 'killed and eaten' by villagers
Visiting Egypt in political crisis means fewer crowds but more uncertainty
CAIRO — The lone tourist bus curved through the desert past the limestone-topped Pyramid of Khafre, leaving the camel handlers and postcard sellers trudging through its dust. It rounded one last turn, then settled atop a plateau overlooking the ...
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The Economist (blog)
WITH the exception of Israel, no country in the Middle East is as closely watched or minutely covered as Egypt. Small wonder: the most populous, strategically crucial and historically influential Arab country has had a turbulent ride of late, ejecting ...
US should press Israel, Egypt to sign chemical weapons ban
President Obama's push for U.S. military involvement in Syria is based on Syria's violation of a near-universal ban on the use of chemical weapons and the danger that these weapons may fall into terrorists' hands. The horrendous acts of the Syrian ...
Sinai Islamists claim responsibility for attack on Egypt minister
CAIRO (Reuters) - The Sinai-based Islamist militant group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis claimed responsibility on Sunday for an attempt last week to kill the Egyptian interior minister in Cairo, and promised more attacks in revenge for a crackdown on Egypt's ...
Egypt's 50-Member Constitutional Panel Convenes
A 50-member panel tasked with amending Egypt's Islamist-backed 2012 constitution convened for the first time on Sunday to look into key revisions of disputed articles — the third time in less than three years that the charter is being changed. In its ...