Al Jazeera suspends Egypt channel as Doha, Cairo mull closer ties
Saudi King Abdullah last month called on Egypt to back a deal under which Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain agreed to end an eight-month diplomatic dispute over Qatar's support for the Brotherhood and promotion of "Arab Spring" revolts.
Al-Jazeera shuts down its Egypt channel
As Egypt and Qatar grow closer, Hamas stands to lose
Gunmen Shoot, Seriously Wound Egypt Military Officer
Gunmen on a motorcycle shot an Egyptian military officer, seriously wounding him as he walked to work in a Cairo neighborhood, the military said Monday. Military spokesman Mohammed Samir said on his official Facebook page that "terrorist elements" shot ...
Egypt security forces kill five militants
Egyptian police killed five members of the Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis militant group during clashes on Sunday, Agence France-Presse reported. The militants “opened fire” after security forces raided a farm where they were hiding and preparing bombs, Egypt's ...
Egypt police kill five jihadists
Egypt army kills 14 militants, arrests 45 in North Sinai
Egypt police kill five militants
Egypt's President Replaces Influential Intelligence Chief
New York Times
But any change is significant because the intelligence chief has been among the most powerful figures in Egypt since President Gamal Abdel Nasser established the intelligence service six decades ago, turning domestic spying into a vital tool of ...
Egypt's Sisi replaces intelligence chief
Egypt's Powerful Intelligence Chief Replaced
Egypt's Intelligence Chief Is Removed
Egypt Is Open For Business, But Not For Reform
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
“No reason, Madame, but you cannot access Egypt anymore,” the security officer at Cairo International Airport replied when I asked why I was being deported this month . As I arranged a return flight to Washington, the young Egyptian airline clerk asked ...
US mends ties with Egypt by recovering military aids
Ties thaw as Egypt's Sisi meets top Qatari envoy
The Saudi Royal Court recalled the Riyadh agreement that brought together Gulf states earlier this year to end a dispute between the GCC and Qatar. (Courtesy of Egyptian State Information Service) ...
Egypt and Qatar inch towards detente after Saudi-brokered talks
Qatar-Egypt talks push hailed by KSA
Egypt, Qatar Accept Saudi Initiative to Mend Ties
US delivers Apache helicopters to Egypt
The United States has delivered 10 Apache attack helicopters to Egypt in recent weeks after lifting part of a freeze on aid to the North African nation, a US official said. US Secretary of State John Kerry had promised Cairo's new leadership that the ...
Egypt receives 10 Apache helicopters from US: sources
Egypt puts 26 men on trial for 'debauchery'
Delivery of Helicopters Shows Mending of US-Egypt Ties
Daily News Egypt
Egypt says lower oil prices to slash energy subsidies bill by 30 pct
CAIRO Dec 22 (Reuters) - Egypt expects to slash its energy subsidies bill by 30 percent in the 2014-15 fiscal year if global oil prices remain low, the oil ministry said on Monday, potentially lightening the burden on the cash-strapped country's finances.
Egyptian energy investments may decrease due to low global oil prices: Experts
Al Jazeera America Marks Anniversary of Egypt Arrests with 'Journalism Is Not ...
Australian correspondent Peter Greste, Canadian-Egyptian bureau chief Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian producer Baher Mohamed were detained in Egypt on Dec. 29, 2013, charged with spreading false news deemed damaging to the Egyptian state. Greste ...
Daily News Egypt
Football fans to return to Egyptian stadiums
Daily News Egypt
Following the tragedy, the majority of football games in Egypt have been played behind closed doors, and included a blanket ban on attending all league matches. The highest fan attendance took place on 6 December, when the Ministry of Interior approved ...
Egypt to allow limited number of fans at league matches