Egyptian Involvement Sparked Libya Oil Port Battle, Expert Says
An ongoing battle for two of Libya's key oil ports began last weekend because Islamist-leaning militias feared Egypt planned to reinforce the Libyan elected government based in the eastern city of Tobruk, according to a Tripoli-based analyst.
Million Mummy Discovery Disputed In Egypt
Archaeologists from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, said the bodies date from between the 1st century and 7th century A.D., when Egypt was controlled by the Roman and Byzantine empires. These mummies didn't belong to the Egyptian elite, but to ...
Ancient Egyptian burial site may contain one million bodies
Million-mummy cemetery unearthed in Egypt
Cemetery with one MILLION mummies unearthed in Egypt
Million mummy mystery: Egyptian cemetery with 1mn bodies stumps scientists
An ancient cemetery in Egypt contains 1 million bodies, according to a team of archeologists who discovered the burial ground. What the site represents remains a mystery, as the scientists are still puzzled about where exactly all the people came from.
Obama talks Egypt concerns in call with Sisi
“President Obama also expressed concern about mass trials, the status of NGOs, and the continued imprisonment of journalists and peaceful activists in Egypt,” the statement said. In early December, an Egyptian court sentenced 188 people to death for ...
Rights group says hundreds of minors illegally detained in Egypt
Obama expresses concern over Egypt mass trials
Obama concerened over Egypt mass trials
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's gays go deeper underground, fearing crackdown
There to film it all was an Egyptian television presenter, who claims she actually triggered the raid by tipping off police about alleged homosexual activity in the bathhouse. Days later, she aired what she boasted was an expose of "a den of mass ...
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 bans former US diplomat as nation continues crackdown on dissent
American scholar denied entry into Egypt
Egypt's Crackdown on Political Speech
Egypt police attack demo in Alexandria, five arrested
Egyptian security guards also attacked similar anti-Cairo demonstrations in a number of other cities, including Beni Suef, Faiyum, and Giza on Friday. Morsi, Egypt's first democratically-elected president, was ousted in July 2013 in a military coup led ...
Egypt court sentences 40 Morsi supporters over violence
Egypt Sends 41 Islamists to Prison for Rioting
Egypt court jails dozens of Islamists over violence
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.
2014, a year in the balance for Egypt's judiciary
The Egyptian judiciary has successfully managed to maintain almost a steady presence in international media headlines this year. From hundreds of death penalties handed down to Muslim Brotherhood supporters, to dropped murder charges against former ...