Los Angeles Times
Egypt Denies Entry to American Scholar Critical of Its Government
New York Times
CAIRO — A prominent American scholar and ex-diplomat critical of the government of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has been barred from entering Egypt, in what appears to mark a new escalation of the government's clampdown on dissent. The scholar ...
Egypt sends 439 to military trials over violence
American scholar denied entry to Egypt
Egypt Bars US Scholar From Country
Fighters killed in Egypt air raid on Sinai
At least 10 fighters have been killed in an air raid on Egypt's North Sinai governorate, state news media has reported. MENA news agency, quoting security sources, reported on Saturday that the men were killed when their hideouts south of Sheikh Zuweid ...
6 militants killed in security raids in Egypt's Sinai
Egypt army soldiers kill 7 militants in volatile Sinai
Six militants killed in security raids in Egypt
2400-year-old coffin's 'odd' art hints at ancient Egypt's brain drain
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 marched into ...
Poor quality 2400-year-old casket has strange and amateurish decorations
Ancient Egyptian Coffin's Odd Art Hints at Brain Drain
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 ...
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 Leader Abbas supports Egypt action on...
US poised to lift partial suspension of Egypt aid
The budget passed by Congress after former president Mohammed Morsi was ousted by the Egyptian military in mid-2013 included conditions that the administration was not allowed to waive. This led to a partial suspension of the annual aid that Egypt's ...
Egypt's El-Sisi Makes First Official State Visit to Jordan
Abbas asked Erdoğan to mend ties with Egypt
Egyptian Human Rights organizations warn against new anti-terror bill
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's Al-Azhar stops short of declaring ISIS apostates
Surging child abuse in Egypt overshadowed by strife
Two months on, she is still receiving psychotherapy and dreads going anywhere near the spot where the assault took place, close to the family farm in the Nile Delta. In the shadow of deadly political violence ever since Egypt's 2011 revolution, experts ...