Egypt faces a new, harsher kind of repression
Since ousting an Islamist leader 17 months ago, more than 41,000 people have been arrested in a sweeping crackdown against Islamists, secular activists, protesters, students and journalists, according to the Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights.
Egyptian president says Egypt prepared to send troops to a future Palestinian ...
Egypt would send troops to future Palestinian state if all parties agree, Sisi ...
Egypt could send peacekeepers to a future Palestinian state, Sissi says
Why Egypt Crushes at Squash
On Friday, Egypt's Ramy Ashour won the squash World Open—basically the Wimbledon of squash. The tournament attracts the best players from around the world. But the final game lacked a certain element of suspense: Both players, Ashour and Mohamed ...
World Squash Championships 2014: Egypt's Ramy Ashour wins third title as ...
Egypt's Amer Group to split into two companies
Investor relations director Riad Refaat had earlier told Reuters that growth in real estate activity in Egypt had prompted the split to maximise development opportunities and boost its liqudity on the stock exchange. The company's shares gained 5.5 ...
UPDATED: Egypt's Amer Group to become two companies, eyes growth potential
Egypt court deals blow to fight against genital mutilation
CAIRO, Egypt — The first attempt to prosecute someone for carrying out female genital mutilation in Egypt failed Thursday when a doctor accused of performing the procedure on a young girl was acquitted. The girl at the center of the case, 13-year-old ...
Doctor Acquitted in Egypt's Very First Female Genital Mutilation Trial
Egypt: The forbidden love of interfaith romances
"She was very likely to refuse a relationship with me because it would be against traditions." Tareq is an Egyptian Muslim, while Howaida was a Coptic Christian. Interfaith marriages are increasingly unacceptable in Egypt; couples must be ready to pay ...
Bomb blast near Egypt train station
A bomb went off near a train station in southern Egypt Saturday night, as police found three other explosive devices planted on railway tracks in the region, the government said. A charred body was found near the railway station in Wasta, a town in the ...
Bombs uncovered on Egypt railway tracks
Officials: Man blown up trying to lay explosives on Egyptian railway
Bomb goes off near railway station in southern Egypt
Kuwait News Agency
Egypt suffers from legislative chaos, lack of legal reforms: Saudi businessmen
Daily News Egypt
Arab businessmen have called on the Egyptian government to quickly repair legislation and organise economic activity to inject more capital, describing Egypt as suffering from legislative chaos that repels investors. Prominent Saudi businessman Sheikh ...
Egypt working on new law to attract more FDI - PM
Egypt mulls new law to attract FDIs
Egypt to Host Major Economic Conference in March
Egypt's prime minister says his government will host a three-day international economic conference in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh starting March 13 to support the country's economy. Ibrahim Mahlab said Saturday that Saudi Arabia and the ...
Egypt to offer projects to domestic, foreign investors
Investing in Egypt
How to Nail Your Enemies: Ancient Egyptian Spells Deciphered
This group flourished in Egypt during the early centuries of Christianity and held Seth, the third son of Adam and Eve, in high regard. One invocation in the newly deciphered codex calls "Seth, Seth, the living Christ." [The Holy Land: 7 Amazing ...
Wall Street Journal
After Fierce Crackdown, Egypt's Brotherhood Struggles to Survive
Wall Street Journal
Egyptian authorities say that the Brotherhood's renunciation of violence is insincere and accuse the group of involvement in bombings and other attacks that have kept Egyptian cities on edge. A much bloodier Islamist insurgency persists in Egypt's ...
Egypt accuses Brotherhood figure of spying for US, Norway
Egypt appeals court upholds jail terms for 85 students
Egypt court confirms jail terms for 85 students