Egypt Sentences Nearly 200 to Die in Mass Trial Over Killings of Police
New York Times
CAIRO — In the third such mass sentencing in less than a year, an Egyptian court on Tuesday condemned a group of nearly 200 defendants to die after a single mass trial in the killing of a handful of police officers during a riot last year. A court in ...
Egypt to Criminalize 'Insulting Revolutions'
In US-Supported Egypt, 188 Protesters Are Sentenced to Die Days After ...
Egypt sentences 185 to death over attack
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 ...
In Egypt's Growing Insurgency, Civilians Pay the Highest Price
As the acquittal of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak makes local and international headlines, little attention is being paid to another corner of the country—North Sinai, where the civilian population finds itself caught in the crossfire of a ...
In Egypt, Mubarak verdict signals return of old order
What is the difference between Egypt in 2014 and Egypt in 2009, before the revolution? Nothing," said Ahmed Ezzedine, whose 21-year-old son was killed by gunfire at the time of the protests in 2011. "If Hosni Mubarak and... the aides are innocent of ...
After Joining ISIS, Ansar Bayt Al-Maqdis Expands in Egypt
U.S. News & World Report
EL-ARISH, Egypt — The war has become more complicated in the Sinai Peninsula in the past few weeks after the Islamic State (IS), namely Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis in Sinai, began using traps and remote bombing in its confrontation with the Egyptian army.
Egypt denies Israeli army patrol attacked along border
Egypt tourist numbers jump 70% in Q3 despite Sinai insurgency
7 militants killed, 73 arrested in Egypt
Jailed Canadian journalist Fahmy blames arrest on Egypt-Qatar spat
The Globe and Mail
Mr. Fahmy, who holds Canadian and Egyptian citizenship, was convicted earlier this year on charges related to conspiring with the recently ousted Muslim Brotherhood to spread false news. Both he and Australian journalist Peter Greste were sentenced to ...
The Times of Israel
Head of Egypt's al-Azhar condemns ISIS 'barbarity'
The WFP warned the suspension would force many Syrian families who fled to Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Egypt to go hungry. The suspension of the vouchers highlighted the difficulty the U.N. has had in raising funds for soaring humanitarian needs not ...
Al-Azhar launches international counterterrorism conference
Egypt Sunni center condemns Islamic State 'barbarity'
Head of Egypt's Al Azhar condemns Daesh 'barbarity'
Egyptian Court Convicts 188 To Death In Preliminary Verdict
CORRECTS SPELLING OF TOWN - Smoke rises during clashes between Egyptian security forces and suspected militants, not pictured, in the town of Kerdasa, near Giza Pyramids, Egypt, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. Egyptian security forces backed by armored ...
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 ...
In Egypt, a Verdict Turns Back the Clock
Mubarak verdict fuels protests, mockery in Egypt
"A Dark Moment in Egypt's History": Former Dictator Hosni Mubarak Cleared in ...
Tensions rise between Egypt, Hamas
Egypt opened the Rafah crossing on Nov. 26-27 to allow the thousands of Palestinians stuck inside its territory to enter Gaza, after being closed for more than a month, against the backdrop of the attack that killed at least 30 Egyptian soldiers in ...
Abbas: Egypt right to create buffer zone on Gaza border
Hamas slams renewed jailbreak charge by Egypt
Egypt uncovers 82 new Gaza-Sinai smuggling tunnels