Military aircraft crashes in joint UAE-Egypt military exercise
Authorities are investigating the cause of the plane crash, which left four joint crew members dead, according to the agency. Egypt and the UAE conducted their Siham al-Haq - Arrows of Righteousness - joint military exercise on Dec. 11 with live ...
Egypt: Surge of Military Trials
Human Rights Watch
Egypt's military courts operate under the authority of the Defense Ministry, not the civilian judicial authorities. The judges are serving military officers. Military court proceedings typically do not protect basic due process rights or satisfy the ...
Egypt military trials reverse revolution's gains: HRW
Human Rights Watch denounces Egypt military trials
Obama tells Sisi of US concern over Egypt mass trials
Cemetery with one MILLION mummies unearthed in Egypt
A cemetery containing more than a million mummified human bodies has been unearthed in central Egypt, according to archaeologists. Scientists have already excavated more than 1,700 mummies, preserved by the hot dry desert in the Faiyum region of ...
Archaeologists in Egypt excavating million-mummy cemetery
Million-Mummy Cemetery Unearthed in Egypt Includes Child's Remains
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 ...
American scholar denied entry to Egypt
Egypt bans former US diplomat as nation continues crackdown on dissent
Egypt's Crackdown on Political Speech
Famous Egyptian writer says Hamas is “the real enemy,” not Israel
In 2001, the Union of Egyptian Writers expelled Salem. He had “visited Israel several times and published a book on those visits, in addition to several articles supporting normalization, which contradicts the general bent of union members and the ...
Egypt unveils renovated Tutankhamun gallery
The Egyptian Museum - first opened in 1902 in Cairo's central Tahrir Square - contains 107 halls with artefacts dating from the prehistoric through to the Roman periods. The majority of the collection is focused on the era of the pharaohs. The museum ...
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.
Egypt Sends 41 Islamists to Prison for Rioting
A criminal court in southern Egypt has convicted 41 Islamists on charges of rioting in August last year, and sentenced them to prison terms ranging from one to 15 years. Prosecutors in the city of Assiut had argued that the defendants ? all supporters ...
Egypt court jails dozens of Islamists over violence
Egypt jails 40 Mursi backers for church fires
Egypt: Experts gather to tackle violence against health–care workers and ...
ICRC (press release)
Cairo (ICRC) – Today, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Egyptian Red Crescent, in cooperation with Egypt's Ministry of Health and Population, held a conference for around 100 practitioners, experts and government officials to ...
British embassy in Egypt reopens to public
The British embassy in Egypt has reopened after being forced to close to the public for security reasons, the foreign secretary has said. The building in Cairo suspended services on 7 December and told members of the public not to visit the site. But ...
British Embassy in Cairo Reopens
British embassy in Cairo resumes public services