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Egypt Says It Rejected American Over Visa
New York Times
CAIRO — The Egyptian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Sunday night that the American scholar Michele Dunne had been turned away at Cairo's airport for trying to enter Egypt without a proper visa, contradicting her account of her expulsion and ...
Egypt's Crackdown on Political Speech
Foreign Ministry condemns Michele Dunne's statement regarding her entry to ...
American scholar denied entry to Egypt
Ancient pharaoh statue rises again in Egypt
(CNN) -- A massive statue of Pharaoh Amenhotep III was toppled in an earthquake some 3,000 years ago. It has risen again. The 50-ton, 13-meter (42-foot) statue was unveiled on Sunday at the ancient city of Luxor, Egypt, restored to its former grandeur ...
Colossal standing Pharaoh Amenhotep III returned to splendor in Luxor, Egypt ...
Colossal statue of Amenhotep III unveiled in Egypt
Egypt's Latest Outrage
New York Times
The next day, the United States Senate approved a huge spending bill that could allow Egypt to receive more than $1.3 billion in American military aid regardless of whether Cairo continues to repress Egyptian citizens or harass foreigners like Ms. Dunne.
Resumption of aid to Egypt part of US 2015 spending bill
US Spending Bill Resumes Egypt Military Aid
Egypt Stock Market Loses $3B Amid Oil Plunge
Egypt's stock market shares plunged by 22 billion Egyptian pounds (just over $3 billion) in Sunday trading as low oil prices dragged down regional economies. The benchmark EGX30 index closed 5.23 percent down, with 170 stocks declining and just five ...
Egypt shares slip on sliding oil prices
Egypt briefly detains three over alleged sabotage talk
The Egyptian official said that a brother and sister, both Egyptians with British nationality, and their Egyptian cousin were apprehended at a subway station Saturday night after a passenger told police they were speaking in English about burning homes ...
Cairo bathhouse raid spreads fear in Egyptian gay community
Three Arrested in Egypt For Speaking English
A lonely fight to defend Egypt's jailed dissidents
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 denies entry to thinktank critic in renewed crackdown on dissent
A frequent visitor to Egypt, Dunne has been a vocal critic of the current Egyptian regime's authoritarian turn – which has seen at least 16,000 political prisoners detained according to the police's own figures – and it is suspected that her own ...
Egypt to try hundreds of civilians in military courts
CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian prosecutor on Monday referred to a military court at least 339 alleged supporters of the banned Muslim Brotherhood, including four top leaders, judicial sources said, as the state expands a crackdown against political ...
Egypt to try 40 civilians in military courts over protests
Military trials in Egypt: 2011-2014
International Business Times UK
Closure Of "Satanic Café" Shows Egypt's Atheists Are Next In Line For Crackdown
Just before noon on Sunday, Egyptian government officials flanked by police raided Passiles and boarded its doors. The café was popular with customers who could step away from the bustling Cairo stress to sip tea and while the hours away. But many in ...
Egypt: Police Destroy a Café of Atheists in Cairo
Five Useful Things America's New Ambassador to Egypt Can Do
New U.S. Ambassador to Egypt Stephen Beecroft is expected to arrive in Cairo in the coming weeks to start work. Although he doesn't decide U.S. policy on Egypt, he will be the U.S. official who gets to explain it to Egypt's government and people ...
UN, Egyptian rights groups link counter-terrorism to human rights