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 under fire during UN Human Rights Council review
Egypt's Human Rights Record Slammed at UN Meeting
Egypt: UN Should Condemn Worsening Abuses
Israel okays Egypt request to deploy more military forces in Sinai
The operation's resulting no-mans-land - a security buffer 13.5 km-long and 500 meters deep - will provide greater visibility and, Egypt hopes, deter any future passage of arms from Gaza to militants who killed 33 security personnel on October 24 in ...
Why Egypt's mass evictions in Sinai are a risky strategy
Egypt's al-Sissi wants a modern, urban city in Rafah
In Sinai is Egypt fighting insurgents or terrorists?
Bomb Blast Aboard Egyptian Trains Kills 4
A bomb blast aboard a train north of Cairo killed four people, including two policemen, and wounded nine, officials said Thursday, the latest attack by suspected Islamic militants battling the government of Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi. The ...
Egypt train blast kills policemen
Egypt train bombings: attacks kill two policemen and wound others in Cairo and ...
Blast in Egypt train kills two policemen
Amal Clooney calls on Egypt to release journalist Mohamed Fahmy
“Mr Fahmy's trial was fundamentally unfair and his imprisonment a travesty of justice,” Clooney said in a text co-authored with Mark Wassouf, another barrister at Doughty Street chambers. “Egypt's Supreme Court should overturn his conviction and ...
Amal Clooney calls on Egypt to release jailed Canadian journalist Mohamed ...
Amal Clooney Calls On Egypt To Release Al Jazeera Journalists
Egypt abuzz over racy movie poster featuring anti-Obama belly-dancer
In one YouTube clip, she denounces President Barack Obama as a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, presumably as part of the Egyptian backlash against Washington over its denunciations of the military coup that brought Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to power.
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 Eye Anti-Militant Pact
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 ...
Egypt condemns killings in Saudi Arabia, Yemen
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 ...
'Egypt to repay $2.5bn to Qatar'
CAIRO // Egypt will repay a US$2.5 billion (Dh9.2bn) deposit to Qatar at the end of November, a central bank source said. This brings to $6bn the amount Cairo has repaid Doha since the Islamist president Mohammed Morsi was removed from office last year.
Egypt to repay $2.5B Qatari deposit by end-Nov
Egypt to repay $2.5bn Qatari deposit at end-Nov
Egypt Receives $1bn Grant From Kuwait
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 ...