New York Times
Egypt summons Qatari envoy after criticisms of crackdown
"Egypt reiterates that it will not allow any external party to interfere in its internal affairs under any name or justification," Egypt's Foreign Ministry spokesman Badr Abdelatty said in a statement. Any country that tried to interfere would have ...
Deadly Violence Erupts During Rallies Across Egypt
17 dead, over 50 injured in Egypt clashes (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Death Toll in Latest Egypt Clashes Rises to 17
Egypt's latest terror suspect: The popular felt-and-yarn puppet Abla Fahita
CAIRO — The Egyptian government's crackdown on suspected Islamists has come to this: a terrorism probe focused on a puppet. Abla Fahita — a Muppet-style character who regularly appears on Egyptian television — went on the air Wednesday night to ...
Al Jazeera team still detained in Egypt
Three of Al Jazeera's journalists have been held in custody in Egypt for nearly a week, accused of spreading lies harmful to state security and joining a terrorist organisation, according to the prosecutor. The three men were detained on Sunday, along ...
Cautious Campaign for Egypt Journalist's Release
Egypt Summons Qatari Ambassador in Cairo
Egypt's Foreign Ministry on Saturday summoned the Qatari ambassador in Cairo to "reject" Qatar's recent statement about Egypt's internal strife. The decision follows a statement by the Qatari Foreign Ministry a day earlier expressing concerns about the ...
Egypt police air deadly blast 'confession'
Egyptian authorities have arrested seven people over a suicide bombing at a police station north of Cairo that left 16 dead. Mohammed Ibrahim, the interior minister, produced on Thursday what he said was a confession by the son of a senior member of ...
Date set for Morsi trial
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 ...
Egypt - from protests to politics
Nearly three years after the fall of the Mubarak regime, Egyptian politics are still dominated by the same, familiar faces. The three key figures in the current interim government – President Adli Mansour, Prime Minister Hasim al-Beblawi and Amr Moussa ...
3200-year-old beer brewer's tomb found in Egypt
New York Post
Archaeologists have unearthed the tomb of an ancient beer brewer in the city of Luxor in Egypt that is more than 3,000 years old. Egypt's minister of antiquities Mohammed Ibrahim said the tomb was discovered by Japanese archaeologists and belonged to ...
Tomb of pharaonic beer-maker Khonso Em Heb found in Egypt's temple city, Luxor
Ancient Egyptian tomb unearthed in Luxor
Archaeologists discover 3000-year-old tomb of brewer to the gods in Egypt
Puppet ad draws terror accusations in Egypt
Prosecutors have questioned officials in one of Egypt's largest telecommunications companies over an online advertisement featuring a puppet, which a controversial blogger has accused of delivering a coded message linked to the Muslim Brotherhood ...
Qatar criticizes Egypt's crackdown on Islamist protesters
Qatar was a firm supporter of Egypt's former Islamist President Mohamed Mursi and ties with Cairo have deteriorated since the army deposed him in July following mass protests against his year-long rule. Egypt accuses Qatar and its Doha-based Al Jazeera ...