Egypt's Sisi visits Pope on first Europe trip
"The fallout followed comments made by Pope Francis' predecessor on religious minorities in Egypt who're not being protected. It's hoped that this meeting will accelerate the normalisation of the relationship between al-Azhar and [the] Vatican," said Adow.
Egyptian president says Egypt prepared to send troops to a future Palestinian ...
Italy welcomes 'strategic partner' Egypt in from the cold
Sisi: Egypt could send forces to stabilize future Palestinian state
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 ...
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.
The Fiscal Times
Egypt, the Most Important Arab Nation, Is an ISIS Target
The Fiscal Times
Egypt has historically been one of the most stable countries in the Middle East. Today, after the failed 2011 “Arab Spring” and shake-up of official power, Egypt's economy is crippled. The tourism industry is dead. Many other vital sectors are in a bad ...
Egyptian Cyber Army: The hacker group attacking ISIS propaganda online
Amal Clooney asks Egypt for Canadian's release
On Monday Clooney and co-counsel Mark Wassouf wrote in a statement that they welcome Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's recent confirmation that he would “consider” a presidential pardon for Fahmy and two other Al Jazeera journalists sentenced ...
Peter Greste urges 'continued pressure' on Egypt ahead of appeal
Lawyers of Egyptian-Canadian reporter call for his release or deportation
Lawyers of al-Jazeera reporter urge his release
6 injured in crash on Egypt Pike
CHILLICOTHE – Six people were injured Saturday in a two-vehicle crash on Egypt Pike, including a 14-year-old passenger who was flown to a Columbus hospital. Matthew Landrum, 16, was driving northwest on Egypt Pike in 2004 Ford Escape at about 6:50 ...
Tourists return to Egypt
The reappearance of foreign visitors at the capital's tourist sites is borne out by statistics showing that Egypt's tourism industry, a mainstay of its struggling economy, has experienced a modest recovery – the latest sign that the country's broader ...
Voice of America
South Sudan, Egypt Ink $26 Million in Bilateral Deals
Voice of America
JUBA—. South Sudan and Egypt have signed agreements worth $26.6 million to launch water and technical development projects in South Sudan, a high-ranking official in President Salva Kiir's office has said. The deals were signed last week during a ...
Egypt, South Sudan sign water cooperation agreement
November 22, 2014 (KHARTOUM) – The governments of Egypt and South Sudan signed on Saturday an agreement on technical and developmental cooperation in managing water resources. Egyptian media noted that this is the eighth agreement of its kind ...
South Sudanese president invites Al-Sisi for official visit
Sisi Says Egypt Supports S. Sudan Stability
S. Sudan, Egypt to ink cooperation pacts