Egypt death sentences over Sinai ambush at Rafah
An Egyptian court has upheld death sentences given to seven men for an attack that killed 25 policemen. The August 2013 attack on the police convoy in Sinai, close to the town of Rafah on the Gaza border, was one of the deadliest on security forces.
Seven sentenced to death in Egypt
Egypt court sentences seven jihadists to death in Sinai case
Egypt court upholds death sentences for 7 people
Buffer or barrier to Egypt-Gaza relations?
The buffer zone runs for about 13km along Egypt's border with the Gaza Strip. The first phase cleared an area 500 metres wide, destroying homes and tunnels used for smuggling. The security buffer is now being extended to one kilometre. But is Egypt's ...
Schools set to reopen in North Sinai border towns
Egypt to Reopen Schools in Sinai Towns On Sunday - Governor
Schooling to resume in Rafah after 10-day suspension
Egypt's Largest Military Maneuver 'Meant for Israel'
Egypt held its "Badr 2014" military maneuver between October 11 and November 6, its largest exercise since 1996 which was only half the size - according to a senior security expert the Nile state has its sights on Israel, despite the peace treaty. Col ...
Middle East Monitor
Egypt's new shocking and potentially indicting leaks
Middle East Monitor
Controversial audio recordings were leaked yesterday evening and aired on Egypt's Mekameleen satellite network. The recordings feature several senior army officers talking amongst themselves and with other top officials to resolve what seemed to be an ...
Egypt probes Morsi evidence recordings
Egypt authorities investigate leaked recording
Egypt government denies fabricating evidence in Mohamed Morsi trial
State Department Spokesperson Caught Criticizing US Talking Points On ...
After getting caught criticizing her department's own talking points on the dropping of charges against former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki brushed off the “hot mic” moment in an emailed statement to ABC ...
Mubarak's Case Is A 'Trial Of Egypt's Revolution'
US 'ridiculous' line on Egypt? Jen Psaki caught on hot mic
Jen Psaki caught on mic calling own Egypt line 'ridiculous'
US Embassy Warns Staff in Egypt to Restrict Movements
The State Department warned U.S. Embassy staffers in Cairo, Egypt to stick close to their homes and restrict personal travel after recent attacks on Westerners in the region. However, Westerners were still shopping on Friday at the mall where the ...
Stay Close to Home: US Embassy Warns Staff in Egypt
The Times of Israel
Egypt Adds New Measures Against Terror Recruitment
Egyptian airport officials say authorities have enacted new rules that ban their countrymen from travelling to Turkey without a permit, a move intended to stem militant recruitment. They say Egyptians aged 18-40 now need to apply for security clearance ...
Egypt limits citizens' travel to Turkey to curb terror recruitment
EGYPT SECURITY CLEARANCE FOR TRAVELLING TO TURKEY 'NOT NEW'
The Week Magazine
US: Navy engineer tried to steal schematics
NORFOLK, Virginia (AP and WAVY) — A Navy civilian engineer has been indicted on charges he tried to steal schematics of an aircraft carrier under construction and have them sent to Egypt. Federal prosecutors said Mostafa Ahmed Awwad, 35, of Virginia ...
Navy engineer charged with trying to send information to Egypt on new US ...
Civilian Navy engineer charged with attempting to steal, pass schematics of ...
American held for passing 'nuclear details' to Egypt
New York Times (blog)
Another Mass Death Sentence in the 'New' Egypt
New York Times (blog)
But it was especially striking just one day after another Egyptian court used a procedural technicality to dismiss murder charges against Hosni Mubarak. The former president, who ruled Egypt for 30 years before being overthrown in the 2011 Arab Spring ...
Egypt sentences 185 to death over attack
Egypt to Criminalize 'Insulting Revolutions'
Egypt sentences 188 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death
ISIS Enters Egypt
The announcement was not a complete surprise, however, coming just weeks after Egyptian President Abel Fattah al-Sisi declared a state of emergency in the Sinai Peninsula and launched a bloody offensive against the group, which required an evacuation ...
Did Egypt's Sinai militants err in joining Islamic State?