New York Times
Militant Group in Egypt Vows Loyalty to ISIS
New York Times
On Monday, Egypt's most dangerous militant group, Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, also pledged obedience to the organization that calls itself the Islamic State, becoming its first significant international affiliate in the bet that the link will provide new ...
Islamic State: Egyptian militants pledge loyalty
Egypt armed group pledges allegiance to ISIL
Egyptian jihadis pledge allegiance to Isis
Egyptian student arrested carrying copy of Nineteen Eighty-Four
Al-Masry al-Youm, Egypt's leading private broadsheet, said a student identified only as Mohamed T had been caught in possession of the book at Cairo University, where a year-long wave of anti-government protests has seen several students killed by ...
#BBCtrending: Why George Orwell is trending in Egypt
Egypt arrests student for Orwell novel
Student arrested for carrying George Orwell's novel 1984
Brit on IV drip after family struck down by bug at Egypt's Coral Sea Sensatori ...
A British family is taking legal action claiming their holiday at a five-star Egyptian resort was ruined when three of them became seriously ill. Kay Taylor-Baldwin, 37, from Doncaster, was left on an IV drip after suffering symptoms associated with ...
The Daily Star
Biggest U.S. Trade Mission Shows Egypt Back in Favor After Rift
The U.S. sent its biggest-ever trade delegation to Egypt, the latest sign that the allies have repaired the rift that followed the army's ouster of an elected president last year. Executives from about 70 companies, including Apache Corp. and Coca-Cola ...
Egypt parliamentary polls before end of March
Egypt parliamentary polls before end of March: Sisi
US business delegation meets President Al-Sisi
Egypt May Further Restrict Media Coverage Of Its Armed Forces
CAIRO, EGYPT - OCTOBER 25: Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi (C) gives a speech during the press release following the meeting of the National Defence Council after the Sinai attacks. At least 30 soldiers were killed in attacks. (Photo by ...
Ultimatum Expires for Egypt's Civil Society
Egypt considers tighter curbs on media coverage of military
Human rights groups fear Egypt crackdown
Navy fired on fishing boat from Gaza that loaded cargo in Egypt
The Israel Navy fired on a fishing boat that left Gaza on Sunday and loaded cargo in Egypt, the IDF Spokesperson's office said. The boat was followed upon its return journey to Gaza and the forces identified that it had taken on goods. The forces ...
Does Egypt's Sinai offensive misdiagnose the problem?
Israeli navy fires on boat returning from Sinai
2 Gazans wounded, 4 missing after Israel fires on boats
Rights Groups In Egypt Brace For Possible Crackdown
CAIRO (AP) — Rights groups in Egypt are bracing for a possible crackdown as a government-issued ultimatum expires. The government has ordered non-governmental organizations to register by Monday under a law issued by Egypt's longtime autocrat ...
Mohamed Higazy: 'Egypt is realizing its quest for democracy'
Some, including Deutsche Welle, argue that the overall situation is as bad or even worse than it was in the Mubarak-era. What is your answer to that? Mohamed Higazy: I do not subscribe to this. Egypt has been on its course towards democracy since June ...
Al Sissi unfazed by Egypt's challenges
Egypt, worried about turmoil in Libya, joins the fray
Egypt, which promised not to intervene militarily, is joining Gulf allies in providing a mixture of public and covert assistance to favored groups. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt are viewed as having a common goal in trying to contain ...
Egypt arrests suspect over threats to American schools
At the end of October, U.S. embassies in the Gulf states of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and the United Arab Emirates, as well as the mission in Egypt, called for vigilance over a threat to American schools there. Egypt's interior ministry, in a ...
Jihadi threat mounts in Egypt
Egypt arrests suspect after 'terror threat' to international schools