Egypt to put 20 journalists on trial on terrorism-related charges
By Ayman Mohyeldin, Correspondent, NBC News. Egypt said 20 Al-Jazeera journalists, including both Egyptians and foreigners, will face trial on terrorism-related charges. Among them are three journalists employed by Al-Jazeera English, the Qatari-based ...
Egypt cracks down on online dissent
20 Al Jazeera Journalists Face Charges in Egypt
In Egypt, just speaking to Brotherhood is a risk for foreign reporters
Egypt to France: Your Wheat Is Too Wet
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's state grain agency has quietly changed the permissible amount of moisture in wheat it imports. The new rule means French wheat is too damp. Last summer, a harvester unloaded wheat into a wagon in southwest France. Bloomberg News.
Egypt 'safe', Britons told
However, Philip Breckner of Discover Egypt, which specialises in Nile cruises but also offers trips to Cairo, was adamant that tourists are not at risk. “Safety is our number one priority, but the trouble has been limited to military and police ...
International Business Times UK
Ruins of barracks, port unearthed at Egypt's Giza Pyramids
Several discoveries at the city and Khentkawes town suggest Giza was a thriving port, said archaeologist Mark Lehner, the director of Ancient Egypt Research Associates. For instance, Lehner's team discovered a basin beside the Khentkawes town just 1 ...
Ancient Egypt: Remains of 4500-Year-Old Port Near Giza Pyramid a Treasure ...
Barracks, port unearthed near Egypt's Giza Pyramids
Tony Blair backs Egypt's government and criticises Brotherhood
Morsi, Egypt's first freely elected president, was removed by Sisi following days of mass protests. His many critics said Morsi had authoritarian leanings and that his removal was essential to prevent Egypt from eventually turning into an autocratic ...
Persian Gulf Aid Can't Fix Egypt
On the third anniversary of Egypt's uprising against the 29-year reign of Hosni Mubarak, police killed 49 antigovernment protesters and Islamic militants shot down a military helicopter in the Sinai with a shoulder-launched surface-to-air missile. Five ...
Egypt's Ruler Eyes Riskier Role: The Presidency
New York Times
Then on Monday, Field Marshal Sisi — he added the title the same day — took the first formal step to become Egypt's next president, insisting he was yielding once again to “the free choice of the masses” and “the call of duty.” With that, he paved ...
Egypt ex-President Morsi defiant at jailbreak trial
Aide to Egypt's interior minister killed; ousted president Morsi appears in court
Ousted Egypt Leader's Trial Adjourned for a Month
Egypt Arrests 11 Islamists for Facebook Activity
Egyptian authorities arrested 11 Muslim Brotherhood members accused of running Facebook pages that incite violence against the police, expanding a crackdown on followers of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi to include social media.
Egypt to have presidential elections first
(CNN) -- Egypt will elect a president before voting on a parliament, interim President Adly Mansour said Sunday, amending a road map laid down last summer. Parliamentary elections were supposed to be held first under a timetable agreed to after Egypt's ...
Sharif Abdel Kouddous: 3 Years After Revolution, Egypt Faces Deadly ...
More than 60 people were killed in Egypt this weekend in clashes surrounding the third anniversary of the uprising that ousted Hosni Mubarak. Thousands of people turned out in Cairo's Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the revolution. But fighting broke ...
Sharif Abdel Kouddous: Egypt, Three Years Later