Egypt arrests suspect over threats to American schools
At the end of October, U.S. embassies in the Gulf states of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and the United Arab Emirates, as well as the mission in Egypt, called for vigilance over a threat to American schools there. Egypt's interior ministry, in a ...
Jihadi threat mounts in Egypt
Egypt, Greece, Cyprus pledge to boost energy cooperation
CAIRO Nov 8 (Reuters) - Egypt, facing its worst power crisis in decades, on Saturday pledged greater energy cooperation with Greece and Cyprus, a diplomatic move that opened up the possibility of progress in talks to import natural gas from Cyprus.
Greece, Cyprus to represent Egypt's interests in EU
Cairo Declaration signed between Cyprus, Greece and Egypt
News Analysis: Egypt, Cyprus and Greece vow to expand cooperation at summit
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
Israel okays Egypt request to deploy more military forces in Sinai
Sinai Crisis Binds Egypt and Israel
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 ...
Egypt received $10.6 billion from Gulf last fiscal year -minister
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait have provided Egypt with political and economic support since then-army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ousted elected Islamist President Mohamed Mursi in July last year and led a crackdown on his supporters.
Egypt received $10.6bn from Gulf last fiscal year
Egypt moves investment conference to avoid Chinese holiday clash
Government postpones Economic Summit to avoid Chinese New Year
Anti-government protesters killed in Egypt
At least two people have been killed in the latest anti-governement protests in Egypt. Violence erupted in the province of Fayoum, south of the capital Cairo, after supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi staged rallies following Friday prayers.
Four Protesters Killed, Dozens Arrested across Egypt
Two killed in Egypt clashes
Four killed in clashes and attacks across Egypt: sources
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 is engine of growth in Middle East: World Bank Egypt director
Daily News Egypt
The World Bank aims to eliminate poverty and promote social inclusion in Egypt, already providing technical assistance to the Suez Canal Area Development project, said World Bank Director for Egypt, Yemen and Djibouti Hartwig Schafer. Schafer sat with ...
Daily News Egypt
How are Egyptian politics manoeuvred and formed?
Daily News Egypt
If, as an Egyptian citizen, you believe that your voice counts, you are completely misguided! If you are an acknowledged politician intensely involved in drafting the Egyptian parliamentary election law or constitution, believing that you are playing a ...
Militant Leader Explains Targeting Egypt Soldiers
Referring to the recent Egyptian army campaign against the militants in the northern Sinai Peninsula, al-Masri said soldiers forced people to leave their homes and destroyed their residences, as well as killed innocent people. Egyptian troops recently ...