Egypt's latest terror suspect: The popular felt-and-yarn puppet Abla Fahita
In November, authorities jailed some of Egypt's most prominent pro-democracy activists under a draconian new protest law that severely restricts free assembly. Security forces have arrested hundreds of students who have staged regular anti-government ...
Egypt: Puppet Ad Draws Terror Accusations
Egypt questions Vodafone over "bomb code" advert
Hounding the Muppet Brotherhood
Egypt Airs What It Claims Is Terror Confession
Egyptian authorities produced on Thursday what they said was a confession by the son of a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood, trying to bolster accusations that the Islamist group has links to al-Qaida-inspired militants. In a news conference, the ...
Egypt arrests 7 over Mansoura suicide bombing, foils Sinai terrorist activity
Egypt police air deadly blast 'confession'
Egypt Targets Journalists In Crackdown On Muslim Brotherhood
2 dead in clashes between Egyptian security, Muslim Brotherhood protesters
(CNN) -- About 200 demonstrators in Egypt clashed with security forces and local residents, leaving two dead in the country's second-largest city Wednesday, the Interior Ministry said. A crackdown by authorities on Muslim Brotherhood rallies in the ...
Egypt Says 3 Journalists Will Be Held 15 More Days
Egypt police fire tear gas at protesters in Cairo
Egypt seizes assets of Muslim Brotherhood leaders
Former minister Zahi Hawass compares Egypt's Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to pharaoh
When Mohamed Morsi became the second Egyptian president to be ousted in three years in July, many felt history was repeating itself. For Zahi Hawass, a flamboyant antiquities minister under Hosni Mubarak, that feeling was particularly acute – though he ...
In Egypt, Sisi Inspires Wedding Jewelry
Egypt's ElBaradei denies support for Sisi presidency
Al Jazeera demands release of journalists still held by Egypt
(CNN) -- The Egyptian government released on Tuesday one of four Al Jazeera journalists it had detained Sunday night, but continued holding the other three employees of the news network, which is demanding their release. Correspondent Peter Greste ...
Date set for Morsi trial over Egypt jailbreak
Egypt's deposed president Mohamed Morsi and 130 others will go on trial on January 28 over a jailbreak during the 2011 uprising, an Egyptian judge said. Judge Medhat Idriss said the Cairo Appeals Court set the date on Thursday. Mursi, along with other ...
Al Jazeera demands Egypt release Cairo team
These arrests are part of what Reporters Without Borders has called growing hostility towards journalists in Egypt. There has also been a campaign against Al Jazeera in particular as the channel's offices were raided in August and security forces ...
Egypt: Revolution, turmoil impact on pop culture
CAIRO — Egypt's dizzying ride over the past three years since the toppling of autocratic Hosni Mubarak has not only shaken up the country's politics. It has revolutionized its pop culture scene, from language to music and art, bringing in a vibe of ...
Egypt's pop culture revolution
Egypt arrests seven over Mansoura suicide bombing
The army-backed government listed the group as a terrorist organization after accusing it of carrying out the attack, one of the worst Egypt has faced since the army deposed Islamist Mohamed Mursi in July following protests against his rule. The ...