Egyptian diaspora vote on new constitution
Starting on January 8, thousands of people are expected to visit Egyptian embassies worldwide to cast ballots on another draft constitution. This one is supported by Egypt's military-backed interim government, which - by banning Islamist parties and ...
Egypt TV Cleric in Qatar Urges Referendum Boycott
Morsi Trial to Resume as Egypt Protests Grow
Egypt: Belly dancer takes on Muslim Brotherhood
A Rare Visit With a Jailed Journalist in Egypt
New York Times (blog)
The account was published on Monday by McClatchy Newspapers, whose Cairo correspondent, Nancy Youssef, secured a visit with Mr. Fahmy when he was briefly transferred from Egypt's notorious Tora prison, used to house many political prisoners, ...
Canada should push Egypt to release journalist Mohamed Fahmy: Editorial
Injured Al Jazeera journalist 'barred from receiving medical care in Egypt'
Visit with jailed Al Jazeera correspondent finds him healthy, haggard
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 ...
Al Jazeera America
Egypt police seize looted artifacts
Al Jazeera America
15 and the morning of Aug. 16, 2013. Roger Anis/El Sharouk Newspaper/AP. Police in Egypt this week seized a stash of more than 1,500 ancient artifacts believed to have been illegally excavated by armed gangs, authorities said. Political turmoil and ...
Egypt seizes hoard of antiquities
Egypt seizes over 1500 artifacts
Panel Rules Machinery Cause of Egypt Balloon Crash
An Egyptian fact-finding committee has found faulty machinery to be the cause of a hot air balloon accident that killed 19 people including tourists from Europe and Asia last February. It issued a report Tuesday that found the cause of the crash, near ...
Egypt balloon crash likely caused by fuel leak: report
Gas leak caused 2013 Egypt balloon crash: report
Is the secret to Egypt's descent found in how Egyptians treat each other?
CAIRO -- Nearly two years ago, when I first moved to Cairo, I made sure to get a place with a second bedroom for all my friends who vowed to visit and explore Egypt's ancient ruins with me, to check seeing the Pyramids and the Sphinx off their bucket ...
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
Canadian Shiites return home after Egyptian airport detention
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: Brotherhood crackdown continues to draw criticism
Asharq Alawsat English
Cairo, Asharq Al-Awsat—As Egypt edges closer to a key nationwide referendum on a new constitution, Cairo continues to face a number of internal and external crises, particularly over a security crackdown targeting the now-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood ...