Egypt's atheists number 866 – precisely
No one in Egypt can agree on how many people live in Cairo, let alone the precise ratio of Muslims to Christians. But senior government clerics are quite sure of one thing: there are exactly 866 atheists in Egypt – roughly 0.00001% of the population.
Egypt: Intifada of the Muslim youth
Egypt's Al-Azhar stops short of declaring ISIS apostates
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 ...
Egypt tourists told not to worry as Cairo embassy closed
“The FCO has advised that operations at the embassy will resume as soon as possible and that British nationals in Egypt requiring consular assistance should phone 022 791 6000,” said Omayma El Husseini, director of the Egyptian Tourist Authority.
Abbas 'supports' Egypt action on Gaza tunnels
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he supported Egypt's crackdown on tunnels linking the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip to the Sinai Peninsula to protect itself from fighters, according to a media report. "We have supported all the precautionary ...
Abbas backs Egypt crackdown on Gaza tunnels
Abbas Expresses Support for Egypt's Crackdown on Gaza Tunnels
Palestinian President Defends Egypt Destroying Hamas Tunnels
Egypt's Sisi marks first visit to Amman
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi arrived in Amman on Thursday to hold talks with his Jordanian counterpart King Abdullah II on means to foster bilateral relations between the two countries. El- Sisi's visit is considered to be his first to Amman ...
Jordan, Egypt call for strategic approach to fight terrorism
Egypt's El-Sisi makes first official state visit to Jordan
In Jordan, Egypt's Sisi talks Mideast peace, terrorism
2400-Year-Old Coffin's 'Odd' Art Hints at Ancient Egypt's Brain Drain
The coffin bears a series of unusual features that are likely related to the Persian Empire's deportation of artists. [See photos of the ancient Egyptian coffin]. "Many of the best artists in Egypt were taken by the Persians back to Persepolis and Susa ...
Ancient Egyptian Coffin's Odd Art Hints at Brain Drain
Poor quality 2400-year-old casket has strange and amateurish decorations
Rare scenes on ancient Egyptian coffin reveal influence of Persian Empire ...
Egypt looks to roll back Islamist militias in Libya
CAIRO — Egypt has been taking diplomatic steps to settle the armed conflict in Libya, but in the meantime, the Libyan national army has been fighting with political, military and logistical support from Cairo to regain gradual control of Benghazi from ...
Anti-government protest turns violent in Egypt, 1 killed
Egypt imposes travel restrictions for Turkey, Libya
Egypt restricts travel to Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Libya
Egypt singer who led 2011 protesters in song finds audience has thinned
Los Angeles Times
During the 2011 Egyptian revolution, Ramy Essam sang to hundreds of thousands of demonstrators each day. Now, he is playing far smaller venues in North America. Ramy Essam stood in front of a painting depicting the early days of the 2011 Egyptian ...
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
Egypt: from bathhouse to prison
The head of Cairo's security directorate later said the men had been “practising debauchery”, a crime in Egypt. Their ordeal had only just begun. On 9 December, prosecutors ordered forensic agencies to subject the men to forced anal examinations, ...