Egypt Ain't The Only Pyramid Show In Town
Egypt may lay claim to the world's most famous pyramids, but 800 miles away from Giza, there are hundreds of similar peaks dotting the dark orange sands of Sudan, virtually undiscovered by the photo-snapping tourists who have overrun their northern ...
Abbas backs Egypt crackdown on Gaza tunnels
Cairo (AFP) - Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas said he supported Egypt's crackdown on tunnels linking the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip to the Sinai Peninsula and any other action the country took to protect itself from militants, according to a media ...
Hamas: Egypt should open inquiry into our involvement in Sinai
Hamas leader calls for committee on Egypt relations
U.S. News & World Report
Egypt Cautiously Accepts Reconciliation With Qatar
U.S. News & World Report
CAIRO — Egypt declared acceptance of a Gulf initiative, spearheaded by Saudi Arabia, for reconciliation with Qatar. However, certain signs indicate that the agreement has not gone past its formal appearance. A case in point of this is the new ...
Qatar voices 'full support' for Egypt's Sisi
Qatar voices support for Egypt government
Qatar joins Gulf monarchies in supporting Egypt's Sisi
Revolution a distant memory as Egypt escalates repression
If you want to know what became of the revolution of 2011, which electrified Egypt and swept then-President Hosni Mubarak from power, you could talk to its leaders. Or try to. Some are in exile, and others in jail. The award-winning liberal activist ...
Without a leader, Egypt's revolution was doomed to fail
Insulting Egypt's revolutions: Criminalization vs. free speech
BP plans $12 bil investment in Egypt oil, gas projects in next 5 years: report
2400-Year-Old Coffin's 'Odd' Art Hints at Ancient Egypt's Brain Drain
TORONTO — An ancient Egyptian coffin with strange and amateurish decorations has been revealed, shedding light on a tumultuous period in Egyptian history when the Persian Empire was in control of the region. In 525 B.C., Persian King Cambyses ...
Egypt's Rights Groups View Report on CIA Torture With Weary Familiarity
For rights advocates in Egypt, the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee report released Tuesday detailing years of CIA torture was a reminder not only of the country's past role as a destination for “outsourcing” U.S. torture, but also of a present ...
US senate report on CIA reveals widespread use of torture
Middle Eastern Social Media Erupts Over Senate 'Torture' Report
Living in fear: Egypt's gay community The challenges of being gay in Egypt
But within days, their celebration has turned to shock and sadness: after a video of the "gay wedding" spread across Egyptian social media, the men were arrested and eventually sentenced to three years in prison for distributing pornographic material.
Egyptian TV crew criticised over police raid on Cairo bath house
Egypt Arrests 25 Men in Bath House Raid
Egyptian authorities arrest men for alleged 'debauchery' in bath house raid
Egypt imposes travel restrictions for Turkey, Libya
Cairo (AFP) - Egypt has imposed restrictions on male citizens travelling to Turkey and war-torn Libya to stop them joining jihadist organisations like the Islamic State group, a security official said Wednesday.
Egypt restricts travel to Turkey and Libya
Egypt jails Morsi aide for 10 years
New York Times
An Investment Bank Revives Along With Egypt
New York Times
Many cheered Egypt's convulsive revolution in 2011 and its aftermath. EFG Hermes, the country's dominant investment bank, was not among them. Foreign investors and tourists fled. The economy collapsed, and the bank's top two executives faced corruption ...
Egypt's economy bouncing back after recent upheavals but IMF urges caution
Improvement in security has prompted domestic investors to purchase $8.5 billion (€6.8 billion) worth of investment certificates in the Suez canal project while the Egyptian stock market has made gains. In October, Moody's rating agency upgraded Egypt ...