Renowned Scholar In Egypt Charged With Espionage
New York Times
CAIRO — An internationally respected Egyptian political scientist said Wednesday that prosecutors had filed espionage charges against him, making him the second such scholar targeted this month in a widening crackdown on dissent against last summer's ...
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Egypt's Foreign Ministry spokesman said Wednesday that a U.S. decision not to invite Cairo to a summit of African leaders to be held in Washington this summer was "wrong and short-sighted." State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters in ...
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Some of the protesters' demands concerning the rule of Sharia law and army's non-accountability to any one remain unchanged in the new Constitution, which casts doubts on the possibility of a democratic transition for Egypt. 98.1 percent of Egyptians ...
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Tourism revenues in 2013 in Egypt were down 41 per cent to $5.9 bn (£3.6 bn) in 2013 versus 2012, Reuters reported yesterday. Bookings for Nile trips plummeted last year, with hotel occupancy in Luxor during the peak Easter season standing at just 17 ...
Archaeologists find remains of previously unknown pharaoh in Egypt
The 3,600-year-old remains of a forgotten pharaoh unearthed this month in southern Egypt may be the first of several significant discoveries in a previously ignored burial ground that rivals the Valley of the Kings, the find's lead archaeologist said ...
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Unknown Egyptian pharaoh unearthed after more than 3600 years
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Egypt's MB leaders received VIP treatment at JFK
Members of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood were given special treatment at John F. Kennedy International Airport and were spared some security screenings, according to newly released internal U.S. government documents. The New York Post reported on ...
Egypt three years on, wide-scale repression continues unabated
Egypt has witnessed a series of damaging blows to human rights and state violence on an unprecedented scale over the last seven months. Three years on, the demands of the '25 January Revolution' for dignity and human rights seem further away than ever ...
Ex-FJP minister: Egypt constitution is "anti-freedom"
Former Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) minister, Yehia Hamed, has told BBC HARDtalk a proposed new Egyptian constitution is "anti-freedom", adding it "enforces the military." The draft constitution, which replaces the one introduced by President ...
Al Jazeera journalists languish in Egypt jail
The Al Jazeera journalist appeared confused and disheveled after having slept on the concrete floor without a blanket or pillow in an insect-infested jail holding Egypt's worst criminals. He had no idea what day it was. Mohamed Fahmy - an Egyptian ...
Attacks on journalists continue, says Egyptian rights watchdog
Egyptian Military Clamps Down On Freedom Of Speech
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 ...