Blast hits near Egypt's high court in Cairo
An explosion has rocked the area near Egypt's High Court of Justice in central Cairo, goverment officials have confirmed. Brigadier General Abdel Fattah Othman, a spokeman of the ministry of interior, said nine civilians were injured in the blast that ...
The United States won't say a word about Egypt's repressed
Strong explosion hits Cairo, leaving 12 injured
Egypt condemns 7 to death over soldiers' killing
Crackdown on Student Protesters in Egypt
New York Times
CAIRO — Egyptian security forces are tightening their crackdown on student activism by arresting scores of students at the start of the school term in an effort to crush a renewed wave of protests against the military-backed government that took power ...
Egypt students plan more university protests
Egypt Police Storm 2 Universities Over Protests
Violence marks start of academic year across Egypt
Egypt sentences Al Jazeera journalist
The Al Jazeera spokesman said: "The verdict against Ahmad Mansour - who is followed by millions and has interviewed world and thought leaders - reveals how the Egyptian judicial system is politicised and continues to use its authority to intimidate ...
Egypt Sentences Another Al Jazeera Journalist
Al Jazeera TV Presenter Sentenced in Egypt
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Animal mummies tell story of Egyptian culture in 'Soulful Creatures' at ...
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Visitors to Memphis Brooks Museum of Art will learn about that relationship and gaze upon artifacts thousands of years old in the exhibition “Soulful Creatures: Animal Mummies in Ancient Egypt,” on display through Jan. 18. The 69 objects, including ...
Dozens die in Egypt road accident
At least 30 people have been killed in a crash involving three minibuses in Egypt's southern Aswan province, medical and security sources said. Another 15 people were injured in Monday's crash near Edfu, some 930km south of Cairo. Aswan's provincial ...
Egypt minibus collision kills 30 near Edfu in Aswan
30 Die in Egypt Minibus Crash
At least 30 killed in southern Egypt bus crash
Citigroup says goodbye to 11 countries
Citigroup, the U.S. bank with the broadest global reach, isn't so keen on globalization these days. It's pulling out of 11 countries. The global retreat is occurring in Citi's (C) consumer banking division and impacts the Czech Republic, Egypt and Japan.
Citigroup to continue Egypt operations
Citigroup to exit consumer banking in Japan, Egypt and 9 other markets
Citi pulls out of consumer banking in 11 countries, profit jumps
Egypt's Conservative Society Further Burdens Poor Working Women
Egypt's economy is faltering and prices are skyrocketing as people struggle to put food on the table. Up to 30 percent of homes have female breadwinners, and they are the most vulnerable economically. Copyright © 2014 NPR. For personal, noncommercial ...
Zilpha Keatley Snyder, celebrated author of 'The Egypt Game' and other ...
Zilpha Keatley Snyder, the prize-winning author of “The Egypt Game” and dozens of other novels that led young readers into the wondrous terrain between fantasy and reality, died Oct. 7 at a retirement community in Greenbrae, Calif. She was 87. The ...
Egypt: Rebranding Sisi
Even before the war, on June 22, on the eve of Kerry's visit to Egypt, the US had unlocked more than half a billion dollars in US military aid, while at the same time acknowledging that promises to the Egyptian people by their leaders "are yet to be ...
Egypt stay on stand-by for 2015 Afcon
"We talked with Egyptian minister of sports, Khaled Abdel Azeez and he is keen to host the tournament, but we still need formal approval from the government," EFA chairman said. "I can assure that Egypt is ready to host the tournament. We have the ...
Abou-Rida: Egypt able to host 2015 AFCON