After British, Canadian Embassy in Egypt Closes
The Canadian Embassy in the Egyptian capital closed on Monday over unspecified security concerns, a day after the British Embassy also suspended its services over safety worries. The two Western embassies, located next door to one another in the ...
Canadian Embassy in Egypt closes amid security fears
Egypt: British embassy suspends services for security reasons
US Embassy in Cairo open while British, Canadian embasssies close over security
Egypt Arrests 25 Men in Bath House Raid
Egyptian security forces raided a bath house and arrested 25 men suspected of homosexuality, dragging them naked out of the building in downtown Cairo, an official said Monday. The raid is part of an ongoing crackdown on gay men and comes after an ...
Egypt arrests 33 men for 'debauchery' in bathhouse raid
Egypt arrests men for 'debauchery' after hosting 'gay bath house orgy'
26 men arrested over bath house 'orgy' in Egypt
Egypt cautiously accepts reconciliation with Qatar
CAIRO, Egypt — Egypt declared acceptance of a Gulf initiative, spearheaded by Saudi Arabia, for reconciliation with Qatar. However, certain signs indicate that the agreement has not gone past its formal appearance. A case in point of this is the new ...
Egypt steps up anti-terrorism measures
Egypt is beset by foreign terrorists on its borders, organised domestic terrorists in Sinai and lone wolf terrorists who plant homemade bombs at vulnerable public facilities. The authorities issue daily tallies of jihadi dead in the northern Sinai army ...
Egypt's War Against Terrorism
5 militants killed in Egypt's Sinai
Buffer or barrier to Egypt-Gaza relations?
Egypt plans to double the size of a buffer zone along its border with the Gaza Strip. The government says the measure is intended to put an end to the movement of armed fighters and weapons from Gaza to Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. The first phase of the ...
Middle East Monitor
Egypt Sentences 4 Muslim Brothers to Death
An Egyptian court has issued provisional death sentences to four Muslim Brotherhood figures pending the opinion of the country's top religious authority. The case stems from clashes near the Brotherhood's headquarters on June 30, 2013, four days before ...
Egypt's new shocking and potentially indicting leaks
Egypt authorities investigate leaked recording
Egypt probes Morsi evidence recordings
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 tourism revenues more than double in third quarter
Egypt court sentences seven jihadists to death in Sinai case
The Week Magazine
Feds: Yorktown man tried to smuggle carrier plans to Egypt
NORFOLK -- A Yorktown man, originally from Saudi Arabia, was arrested on Friday on charges of trying to smuggle schematic plans for a US Navy aircraft carrier to Egypt. Mostafa Awwad was indicted by a federal grand jury on Wednesday on two charges of ...
Navy engineer tried to leak plans for new aircraft carrier to Egypt, US says
US: Navy engineer tried to steal schematics
Navy engineer charged with trying to send information to Egypt on new US ...
Daily News Egypt
50 Italian companies to hold investment talks in Egypt in February: Italian ...
Daily News Egypt
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi appointed Carlo Calenda, Italian Deputy Minister for Economic Development, and the trade mission to visit Egypt to discover new investment opportunities, Massari said during an economic conference in the Italian ...
Egypt tackles embezzlement
The Cabinet's amendment of Law No. 62 of 1975 on Illicit Earnings, which is to be submitted to the legislative reform committee for approval, has stirred debate across Egypt. The amendment allows for amicable settlement between the government and the ...