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 ...
Five killed in clashes between Egyptian police, Muslim Brotherhood protesters
Egypt summons Qatari envoy after criticisms of crackdown
Deadly Violence Erupts During Rallies Across Egypt
Egypt's ousted cabinet seeks ICC arbitration
Egypt's deposed government filed a complaint to the International Criminal Court (ICC), requesting investigations into what it described as crimes committed by the military against its members. The complaint accused the military of staging a coup d ...
The Times of Israel
Security Tight as Egypt Christians Mark Christmas
Millions of Egyptian Christians thronged churches across this mainly Muslim nation for Christmas Mass, held Monday amid unusually tight security but with congregations filled with hope ahead of a key vote on a new constitution that enshrines equality ...
Egypt summons Iran's top diplomat in Cairo, condemning remarks about violent ...
Egypt summons Iran's charge d'affaires: foreign ministry
Egypt summons, 'totally condemns' Iran diplomat
Muslim pilgrims detained in Egypt back home in Canada
A group of Canadian pilgrims has returned home after being denied entry to Egypt. The group of 61 Shiite Muslims arrived in Toronto Monday after being detained at the airport in Cairo. The group had been in transit after taking part in a pilgrimage to ...
Egypt bars Canadian Shi'ites from entering
Egypt bars Canadian Shias from entering
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood appeals to world criminal court
The Globe and Mail
Ever since the Egyptian military pushed aside the Muslim Brotherhood and took power in Egypt last summer, the army has done its best to silence the organization by locking up its leaders, banning its activities and cracking down on demonstrations.
Egypt regime accused of crimes against humanity over coup crackdown
Analysts Debate Success of Egypt's Military Intervention
Egypt's army chief Sisi seen edging closer to presidential bid
Egypt police boost security at churches ahead of Coptic Christmas
Since then, although wider reprisals against Christians have been infrequent, sectarian rhetoric from Islamists against Christians, who make up about 10 percent of Egypt's population, has intensified and the authorities are on alert for any attack.
Egypt wants AU membership restored: FM
ALGIERS, Jan. 6 (Xinhua) -- Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmi urged here on Monday the African Union (AU) to restore Egypt's membership suspended after the ouster of former President Mohamed Morsi. Fahmi, who was on a two-day visit to Algeria, ...
Fahmy travels to Algiers
Operation Room Monitors Expat Vote On Constitution - Egypt FM
President Bouteflika receives Egypt's Foreign Minister
Hotline marks return of Egypt's security agency
CAIRO — After a bombing hit a security headquarters in Egypt's Nile Delta, calls flooded into a hotline run by security agencies as people reported suspected members of the Muslim Brotherhood in their neighborhoods. In the weeks that followed, hotline ...
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 ...
Losing track of time
The Economist (blog)
YOUR correspondent returns to work this week, enjoying the floating, timeless feeling that comes from a winter break in the sun. Given that the holiday was in one of the more peaceful parts of Egypt, on the Soma Bay peninsula by the Red Sea, vagueness ...