Egypt mulls military news ban
The army is the single most influential institution in contemporary Egypt and revered by a majority of Egyptians. But its critics have drawn attention to the lack of oversight in the military budget, and lack of accountability for its alleged human ...
Return of Law 313: Barring coverage of the Egyptian army
Egypt Crackdown Angers People in Sinai Border Town
Egyptian troops are pressing ahead with the demolition of hundreds of homes along the border with the Gaza Strip, cutting off electricity and firing warning shots in the air in a heavy-handed campaign to evict thousands of residents from the volatile area.
In Egypt, Business as Usual
Sinai Crisis Binds Egypt and Israel
Israel okays Egypt request to deploy more military forces in Sinai
Anti-government protesters killed in Egypt
At least two people have been killed in the latest anti-governement protests in Egypt officials have said. Violence erupted in the province of Fayoum, south of the capital Cairo, after supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi staged a protest ...
Four killed in clashes and attacks across Egypt: sources
Four Protesters Killed, Dozens Arrested across Egypt
Bombs Shake Egypt As The Country Comes Under Fire From UN
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 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: UN Should Condemn Worsening Abuses
Egypt's defence of human rights record 'cynical'
Locals displaced as Egypt razes homes for Gaza buffer zone
In a scene evocative of war, clouds of smoke billowed as bulldozers and explosives leveled neighborhoods in the border town of Rafah in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula. Residents who were given 48 hours' notice of the demolitions were seen fleeing with ...
Egypt's sad record on human rights
Los Angeles Times
To the editor: Yes, Egypt is an important ally and deserves some financial support. But Ahmed H. Zewail's attempt to minimize Egypt's human rights problems is not persuasive. ("Don't cut aid to Egypt: The hopeful case for supporting Egyptian President ...
The Muslim Brotherhood and parliament
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 ...
At Least 18 Killed in School Bus Crash in Egypt
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
Lawyers for jailed Al Jazeera journalist demand release for hep C treatment
Inside the 1000-Year-Old Gardens of Egypt
Munchies_ Food by VICE
The Egyptian city of St. Katherine lies at the end of a dusty road that snakes through jagged, rust-colored mountains, weather-beaten palm tree oases, and military checkpoints manned by bored teenagers. The road ends and the town appears, fitting ...