Egypt bars Canadian Shias from entering country
The Canadians landed in Egypt from Iraq to complete a pilgrimage to Shia sites in the region, but were kept out on the orders of security authorities, said airport security officials who gave no further explanation. Canadians are usually allowed into ...
Egypt convicts activists in one case, opens probe into another
In a move that could open the way to more legal measures against prominent dissidents, the authorities opened an investigation into allegations that six activists took part in the storming of Egypt's domestic spying agency in 2011 - an important moment ...
Egypt gives suspended sentences to 12 activists
Egypt court hands suspended sentences to 12 activists
Egypt President Makes Rare Visit to Coptic Pope
Egypt's interim president on Sunday made a rare visit to the Coptic pope ahead of this week's Orthodox Christmas celebrations, underlining efforts by the military-backed government to project an image of inclusion ahead of a crucial referendum later ...
Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour visits Coptic cathedral in symbolic ...
Egypt's Mansour wishes Pope Tawadros merry Christmas
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 ...
Egypt's latest terror suspect: The popular felt-and-yarn puppet Abla Fahita
Egypt-Qatar ties at stake after Doha pro-Brotherhood statement
Five killed in clashes between Egyptian police, Muslim Brotherhood protesters
Al Jazeera faces criticism in Egypt over its coverage of Muslim Brotherhood
Ever since the military's ouster of Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi in July, Al Jazeera, the pioneering Arab-language news broadcaster, hasn't shrunk from calling his removal something the American government won't: a coup. That highly loaded ...
Egypt probes US bribes of terror leaders
WASHINGTON – Egyptian Attorney General Hisham Barakat is reportedly evaluating evidence that Muslim Brotherhood leaders, facing charges of murder, assassination and collaborating with foreign governments, accepted bribes from the U.S. Embassy in ...
'Egypt needs its Mandela – but not one in sight'
Only a man like the late South African leader Nelson Mandela could bring about reconciliation of the Muslim Brotherhood and the government of Egypt and could prevent the country from sliding into a lengthy conflict, says journalist and author Hugh Miles.
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 ...
Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood
The story of modern-day Egypt is the chronicle of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood from its inception as a religious charity through its development as a political organization and its use of terror to progress to power. Egypt's narrative entails the use of ...