Egypt under fire during UN Human Rights Council review
Egypt's human rights record has been criticised during a session of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC). At a regular review process, which all member states undergo, the US and UK envoys to the UNHRC urged Egypt to free political prisoners and ...
Egypt's Human Rights Record Slammed at UN Meeting
Egypt defends rights record against critics at UN
Rights Activists Ask UN to Condemn Abuses in Egypt
Daily News Egypt
Egypt Elevates an Official Hostile to US
New York Times
CAIRO — President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is appointing a national security adviser who two years ago spearheaded criminal charges that nonprofit groups were acting as agents of an American conspiracy to weaken and destabilize Egypt. The new adviser ...
Egypt's Sisi names terrorism, security advisers
Al-Sisi appoints Mubarak and Morsi regime ministers as advisors
Mortar bomb lands in Egypt's Sinai
Following recent deadly incidents in Sinai, the Egyptian government has imposed a curfew scheduled to last for three months, in addition to creating a 5-kilometer buffer zone along the Gaza-Egypt border, which saw the eviction of many families from ...
Mortar fire near North Sinai governorate headquarters
Twin blasts rock Egypt's Sinai, no casualties
Explosion hits near governorate HQ in Egypt's North Sinai
Egypt: breaking 'the pharaoh's curse'
An economic version of the curse of the pharaoh's has cast its shadow over Egypt for the past three years with the country going through seismic political instability. Consequently, it faces a tough battle to turn around its economy. As a first step ...
Egypt train blast kills policemen
Two Egyptian policemen have been killed after a bomb exploded inside a train carriage north of Cairo, police officials say. The policemen had been inspecting the rudimentary bomb after the train, in the Menufiya province north of Cairo, stopped at a ...
At Least 18 Killed in School Bus Crash in Egypt
Bomb attack kills 2 in Egypt Menufiya province
At least 2 policemen injured, 10 injured in Egypt train blast
That said, Egypt deserves no worldwide rebuke. It knows, as do foreign governments and the media, that Gaza is both a terrorist nerve center against Israel and its fanatic reach extends elsewhere. The gangs of jihadists who roam through Sinai often ...
Why Egypt's mass evictions in Sinai are a risky strategy
Egypt forces locals to evacuate Sinai
Egypt's Sisi and the insurgency
Egypt, Gulf Arab Allies Eye Anti-Militant Alliance
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait are discussing the creation of a military pact to take on Islamic militants, with the possibility of a joint force to intervene around the Middle East, The Associated Press has learned. The ...
Egypt, Gulf Arab allies considering military alliance to take on Islamic militants
Egypt, Gulf Arab neighbours in talks over anti-militant alliance
Don't cut aid to Egypt: The hopeful case for supporting Egyptian President Sisi
Los Angeles Times
Some members of Congress have criticized Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi lately and called for a reduction in or elimination of U.S. military aid as a way of punishing his administration. After meeting with Sisi in Cairo recently and talking to a ...
Middle East Eye
Egypt's human rights record condemned in UN
Middle East Eye
GENEVA: Several global powers, including the US and UK, strongly condemned Egypt's human rights record during Wednesday's United Nations review in Geneva, although international observers remain cynical that real changes will ensue and fear that ...
Illegal dig unearths ancient Egyptian temple
Seven men have been arrested in Egypt after digging up an ancient temple under a house in Giza, just outside Cairo. Egyptian news website Ahram reports that the illegal excavation revealed the remains of a temple from the reign of Pharoah Tuthmose III.
Seven arrested in Egypt for illegally unearthing ancient artifacts
Ancient Egyptian Temple Found Under a House in Giza