Egypt sentences 188 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death
More than 180 supporters of the banned Muslim Brotherhood have been sentenced to death in Egypt over a 2013 attack on a police station near Cairo. The attack took place on the same day as Egyptian security forces broke up protest camps set up by ...
Egyptian Court Convicts 188 To Death In Preliminary Verdict
Egypt Sentences Nearly 200 to Die in Mass Trial Over Killings of Police
Egypt condemns 188 to death over fatal attack on police station
Egypt prosecutor to appeal Mubarak acquittal
Egypt's public prosecutor general's office has said it will appeal a court ruling that dropped a murder charge against ex-president Hosni Mubarak over the deaths of protesters during the country's 2011 uprising. "The prosecutor general has decided to ...
In Egypt, a Verdict Turns Back the Clock
Egypt back to the future
"A Dark Moment in Egypt's History": Former Dictator Hosni Mubarak Cleared in ...
Tahrir Square closed ahead of Egypt protests
The Constitution Party, Strong Egypt Party, Bread and Freedom Party, April 6 Youth Movement, Youth for Justice and Freedom and Resistance student movement announced a "revolutionary week" at a press conference on Sunday. Egypt's prosecutor-general ...
Militant group says it killed US oil worker in Egypt
An Egyptian militant organization aligned with the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for killing an American oil worker. William Henderson, who worked for the Houston-based energy company Apache Corp., was killed in Egypt's Western Desert on Aug.
Egypt: Islamic State planned to hijack Israeli ship
Egypt militant group allied with Isis claims it killed US oil worker in August
ISIS-linked militant group in Egypt claims it has killed American oil worker ...
No de-Nile: Ancient Egypt rules holiday films
Behold the power of the pharaohs: They own Hollywood's Christmas season this year. Ancient Egyptian themes run through three major releases this month, starting with the horror film The Pyramid (opening Friday). Then Ben Kingsley asserts his authority ...
6 Are Killed in Egypt After a Call for Protests Rattles the Authorities
New York Times
The Salafi Front, a small, ultraconservative group with no track record of major public demonstrations, had called for the day of protest to defend what it said was Egypt's Islamic identity, contending that that identity had come under assault since ...
Explosions rattle Egypt amid calls for Islamic uprising
Egypt police clash with Islamists: Two dead
Three dead in attack and Islamist protests in Egypt
Turkey considers Egypt's remarks over Erdoğan void
"Turkey's calls for addressing the Egyptian people's legitimate demands for democracy, equality, freedom and prosperity will continue, unless tangible progress is achieved. Turkey will not refrain from remaining actively seized of the matters such as ...
Turkey says Egypt's remarks over Erdoğan unacceptable
Egypt condemns Erdogan's 'flagrant intervention' in its internal affairs
Turkey: Egypt's statement on Erdogan 'unacceptable'
New York Times
Egyptian President Won't Pursue Action Against Mubarak
New York Times
CAIRO — President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said on Sunday that he accepted the end of legal actions against the former president, Hosni Mubarak, declaring in a statement that Egypt must now “look to the future” and “cannot ever go back.” His remarks, a ...
The Chaos in Egypt Tests U.S. Foreign Policy in the Muslim World
There are more questions than answers following the call by the Egyptian ultra-conservative Islamist Salafist Front for national protests to not only impose Islamic identity, but also to oppose the army's control of the political and economic decisions ...
Egypt's Gay Community Under Fire From Local Authorities
EGYPT -- Since General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi came to power in June 2014, Egypt's atmosphere has been tense. The nation's law on demonstrations, adopted in 2013 under a military regime, may have contributed to a rebirth of popular silence and a climate ...