Egypts LGBTs Fight Grindr Crackdown
As first reported in Buzzfeed, the government of Egypt has admitted—boasted, really—that it is monitoring Facebook, Twitter, and Skype for any signs of homosexual activity. There are reports that the hookup site Grindr is being watched as well ...
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From Jimmy Carter, a Rebuke to Egypt
New York Times
“The current environment in Egypt is not conducive to genuine democratic elections and civic participation,” Mr. Carter said as part of the statement, which warned that political campaigning in an already polarized situation “could be extremely ...
Carter Center shuts down, Egypt 'surprised'
Egypt's rehabilitation suffers a major setback
Carter Center shuts Egypt office over rights concerns
Israeli gas firm signs bid to sell natural gas to Egypt
The developers of the 282-billion cubic meter Tamar reservoir, which has been supplying gas to Israelis since March 2013, have signed a letter of intent to sell 2.5 b.cu.m. annually to the Egyptian firm Dolphinus Holdings Limited, the Delek Group ...
Israel to Sell Gas to Egypt
Israel's Tamar group looks to sell gas to Egypt via EMG pipeline
Israel to Export Gas to Egypt
Middle East Eye
Roadside bomb kills six soldiers in Egypt's Sinai
CAIRO (Reuters) - Six Egyptian soldiers were killed by a remotely-detonated roadside bomb in the Sinai Peninsula on Sunday, the army said in a statement. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack, which also wounded five soldiers. The bomb ...
Seven Egypt soldiers killed by Sinai bomb
Report: Egypt arrests commander of Sinai jihadist group
Roadside bomb kills 7 in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula
In Egypt, an authoritarian regime holds sway again
And it's true that terror exists in Egypt. On Wednesday, an improvised explosive device went off by the railings of the supreme court in downtown Cairo injuring 12 people. On Thursday, two went off in Tanta – the biggest provincial city in the delta ...
The Daily Star
Egypt signs with six international firms to dredge new Suez Canal
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt signed contracts with six international firms on Saturday to carry out dredging of the new Suez Canal, the flagship project in President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's programme to revive an economy battered by years of political turmoil.
Suez Canal Seen Reviving Egypt's Syndicated Loans, CIB Says
Egypt signs with six firms to dredge new canal
Suez project has the potential to transform Egypt
Egypt's Foray Into Libya Underlines Its Concerns
Egypt's military involvement in Libya underlines Cairo's concerns about the threat posed by Islamic militant groups operating near the two nations' porous border, as well as home-grown jihadis who rely on their Libyan comrades for weapons. Above all ...
Egypt: We're bombing Islamist militants in Libya
'Battle for Egypt': Cairo warplanes 'bomb Libya's Islamists' – report
Egypt warplanes hit Libya militias, officials say
Daily News Egypt
Deutsche Bank plans to allocate $35m in grants to Egypt: Investment Minister
Daily News Egypt
Deutsche Bank intends to allocate $35m in grants to Egypt within a total of $150 earmarked for Africa, according to Minister of Investment Ashraf Salman. During a meeting held on Sunday with Sebastian Caulfield , Deutsche Bank's Board of Directors ...
Egypt to 'reconsider' position on Nile Basin cooperation
According to Egypt's National Planning Institute, Egypt will likely need an additional 21 billion cubic metres of water per year by 2050 – on top of its current 55 billion cubic metre quota – to meet the water needs of a projected population of 150 ...
Egypt, Sudan to coordinate on Libya unrest
Egypt's US-Backed Military Regime is Brutalizing Student Protestors
Egypt, Sudan to upgrade representation in joint body
The Times (subscription)
195 students held as junta targets Egypt's campuses
The Times (subscription)
They were taken from their homes and campuses in Cairo and the Nile delta after demonstrating against new measures to “secure” the country's campuses with a private security firm, Falcon, which has been hired by the Egyptian government.