Egypt minibus collision kills 30 near Edfu in Aswan
At least 30 people have been killed and more than a dozen injured after three minibuses collided in southern Egypt's Aswan province. The minibuses were believed to have been speeding, a senior security source said. The vehicles are often used as ...
Dozens die in Egypt road accident
Egypt minibuses collide while speeding, leaving 30 dead
30 Die in Egypt Minibus Crash
Egypt students plan more university protests
University staff in Egypt have planned fresh protests against new government measures restricting political dissent in colleges and proposing stricter laws for faculty members. At least 13 students were arrested on Sunday during police raids on large ...
Crackdown on Student Protesters in Egypt
Egypt Police Storm 2 Universities Over Protests
Violence marks start of academic year across Egypt
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US Urges Egypt to Ease Civil Society Restrictions
Voice of America
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met here Monday with Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the fight against Islamic State militants. But as Cairo tries to broker a more lasting peace between Hamas ...
The United States won't say a word about Egypt's repressed
Stability in Egypt?
Egypt received $13.8 billion in grants since Morsi ouster
Egypt police storm restive universities
Police backed by armoured vehicles have stormed the campuses of at least two prominent Egyptian universities to quell anti-government protests by students, security officials say. Protests took place on Sunday at Cairo University and al-Azhar University.
Why Sisi's new Egypt is no laughing matter for a cartoonist
The other week one of Egypt's leading political cartoonists, Mohamed Anwar, got a phone call from a patriotic reader. She was in tears – devastated that his cartoon that day had indirectly teased President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi. “Why are you doing this ...
Egypt adjourns trials of prominent activists
An Egyptian court has adjourned the trial of 23 activists accused of breaching a bar on protests unauthorised by the government, a crime that has put thousands in prison. The trial will resume on October 16. Among those activists is Sana Seif, a 20 ...
Dispatch Egypt - Smoothing out the wrinkles
EgyptDispatch-Souvenirs For the first time since the aftermath of the 2011 revolution, Travel Weekly is sending a reporter to Egypt to help gauge if the country is ready to reignite tourism. Senior editor Michelle Baran, who has been to Egypt three ...
Russia, EU conflict will not pressure Egypt's economic policies: Analysts
Daily News Egypt
While Russia is applying pressure on eastern European countries to postpone trade agreements with the European Union (EU), Egyptian analysts expect less pressure on Egypt to reduce its economic relations with the EU. During the summit of the ...
Egypt universities rocked by fresh protests
University students in Egypt have staged new protests against government measures restricting political dissent in educational institutions. Protesters in the coastal city of Alexandria set fire at the entrance of their university's literature school ...
Egypt Q4 GDP growth rate up to 3.7 pct as confidence returns
CAIRO Oct 13 (Reuters) - Egypt's GDP growth rate rose in the fourth quarter to 3.7 percent, up from 2.5 percent, the government said on Monday, in the latest sign that confidence is returning to an economy battered by three years of political turmoil ...