New generation of archaeologists takes ancient Egypt into 21st century
Five years ago, if archaeologists digging up pharaonic ruins in Egypt found any human bones, they would usually throw them away. “Most Egyptian archaeological missions looked at human remains as garbage,” said Afaf Wahba, a young official at Egypt's ...
New York Times
The Mirage of the 'New Egypt'
New York Times
This portrait of perfection, an ad introducing a “New Egypt: Peace, Prosperity & Growth,” was posted last month in Times Square. What, exactly, is the “New Egypt”? Three very different answers appeared on three different billboards over three recent weeks.
Egypt's Christians, attacked for supporting Sisi, patiently await payback (+video)
Egypt's Christians, attacked for supporting coup leader, await rebuilding
Egyptian Christians feel safer, though Islamism still looms
Israeli soldiers wounded in Egypt border attack
The army said a female officer and a male soldier had been injured, both of whom were members of the predominantly female Caracal battalion responsible for defending the Israel-Egypt border. The frontier between Israel and Egypt is usually quiet ...
Two Israeli soldiers wounded in Egypt border attack
Two IDF soldiers injured in cross-border shooting from Egypt
Missile, Fire From Egypt Wounds 2 Israeli Troops
Egypt's battle to end female genital mutilation
A court date has been set for a verdict in Egypt's landmark trial in a case of female genital mutilation (FGM). The case follows the death of a 13-year-old girl in June 2013. Her doctor and her father are accused of subjecting her to FGM. Over 90% of ...
The Maritime Executive
USAID tamped down internal criticism over Egypt work: report
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Auditors and employees at the U.S. Agency for International Development say critical assessments of the agency's work in Egypt were removed from a report before it was released by the agency's inspector general, the Washington ...
USAID Secretly Paid Egyptian Government
Egypt in classism row over prosecutors sacked because parents had no degrees
The sacked prosecutors – mostly law graduates who left university last summer – accuse the judiciary of classism, and of infringing both Egypt's constitution, which bans discrimination, as well as international labour laws. A year on, after failing to ...
Egypt plans cash benefits in early 2015 to offset subsidy cuts -minister
Presidential pardon possible after final verdicts: Egypt
Egypt planning minister calls for legal review
Al Jazeera staff in Egypt held for 300 days
An Egyptian court will be convening on January 1 to see whether the appeals against their convictions are considered. The hearing will look at the process behind the original trial, a process that Al Jazeera has always stated has been flawed, and is ...
Greste marks 300 days in Egyptian jail
Egypt sets appeal hearing for Al-Jazeera staff
Al Jazeera's jailed journalists in …
Human rights in Egypt
Should they all be imposed, Egypt may feel rather like a military academy. One example is state universities, where the authorities want to quash the anti-government protests that disrupted studies last year. The more than one million students ...
The Rebirth of Egypt
Egypt's government has to deliver growth to survive: investment minister
REUTERS SUMMIT-Egypt considering $1.5 bln foreign bond as it repairs ...
Don't prejudge Egypt's new draft NGO law, says minister
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's minister of social solidarity has urged civil society groups not to prejudge a new draft law for non-government organizations (NGOs), which they fear will roll back freedoms won in the 2011 uprising and could threaten their ...
Don't Prejudge Egypt's New Draft NGO Law, Minister Says
Egyptian political parties stand with NGOs against new draft law
BG seeks revival of Egypt LNG business with BP deal
MILAN/LONDON, Oct 23 (Reuters) - British energy company BG Group is in talks with BP to link their two gas developments off Egypt's coast, as part of BG's drive to breathe life into its gas-starved export plant, sources familiar with the matter said ...