Supporters Urge Egypt General to Run for President
"At the top of our priorities is to choose a nationalist leader," former Interior Minister Ahmed Gamal Eddin told the crowd at Cairo Stadium, where banners read: "Egypt calls upon you." Standing next to him on the tribune, Coptic Priest Bolous Awida ...
Official accuses Muslim Brotherhood of trying 'to cripple' Egypt
Egypt Says Twitter Post by Liberal Was Crime
Report: Egypt's Sisi to quit post in a few days to run for president
Democracy: Egypt's beautiful dream in the wrong hands
(CNN) -- Egypt's Mohamed Morsy, the nation's first democratically elected president, was forced out of office in 2013 by the nation's military and arrested following widespread protests and petitions calling for his removal. Opponents said he was a ...
Paradise lost? Egypt's American dream
The Square: an Egyptian Oscar nominee that won't be shown in Egypt
The Square is the first Egyptian film to earn an Oscar nomination – but it cannot officially be shown in Egypt itself. That is down to its provocative subject matter: the documentary charts the course of Egypt's political upheaval since 2011, through ...
Faking Egypt's past: the Brotherhood and Jan. 25
The Egypt outside 'The Square'
Egypt's Oscar success – for film you cannot see in Egypt
Tomb of ancient Egypt's beer maker to gods of the dead discovered
(CNN) -- Imagine a warm brew of lager so heady you had to plunge a straw through the thick surface scum to get to the fermented liquor below. Welcome to the favored brew of ancient Egypt's New Kingdom; a 3,200-year-old barley beer that a new ...
Parents call on Egypt to free Peter Greste
Greste along with acting bureau chief Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian producer Baher Mohamed have been held at Tora prison since December 29 on suspicion of having unlicensed equipment and broadcasting 'false news' that harmed national security.
Parents of Al Jazeera journalist detained in Egypt appeal for his release
Parents Of Peter Greste, Reporter Jailed In Egypt, Call For His Release
Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste's parents urge release from Egypt prison
America chooses the wrong allies in Egypt
While a minority of Egyptian voters straggled to the polls last week to ratify a new constitution enshrining a police state; while emerging strongman Gen. Abdel Fatah al-Sissi theatrically prepared to announce whether he will deign to become president ...
Egypt's young political activists: The way forward
Sisi urged to run for Egypt presidency
Thousands of supporters of Egypt's powerful army chief have rallied in Cairo, urging him to run for president. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the general who removed Islamist President Mohamed Morsi from power last year, was the focus of the crowd at Cairo ...
Egypt must learn from the mistakes of the revolution
But Egypt's 31 million 18- to 40-year-olds were conspicuously absent from the queues waiting to tick the blue circle. They make up 60% of the electorate, but they seem to have been a much smaller percentage of the turnout. The interim government and ...
Analysis: Egypt Vote Muddies Political Outlook
Egypt passes a new constitution
Pharaoh Al-Sisi Takes Control In Egypt: Obama Administration Sacrifices ...
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As Egypt squeezes Gaza, Hamas looks increasingly cornered
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The deterioration comes as Hamas finds itself increasingly squeezed between Israel and Egypt, both of which have been hit hard by terrorist groups operating in the Sinai peninsula and in recent months have improved military cooperation to tackle the ...
Egypt partially reopens Rafah border crossing for 3 days
Egypt opens Rafah crossing after 12 days of closure
Egypt Reopens Gaza's Main Crossing
Peter Greste: Parents of Australian journalist detained in Egypt call for release
The parents of Australian journalist Peter Greste, who is being detained in solitary confinement in Egypt, have called for their son's immediate release. Greste, an award-winning Al Jazeera reporter, was arrested in Cairo in late December along with ...