Egypt's Ousted President Says Protests "Useless"
Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi says protests by his supporters and the violent crackdown against them are "useless" in a recording of a private conversation with one of his lawyers that was leaked by security authorities eager to show the ...
In leak, Egypt's ousted president says proponents' protests useless, asks for ...
Egypt's War on Journalism
New York Times
It seems so long since we hung out in Tahrir Square, where my Egyptian colleagues had concocted an archaic studio out of spotlights, stools and a few cameras, overlooking history in the making. They captured the highs and lows of the revolution from ...
Sisi says Egypt can uproot terrorism; Muslim Brotherhood said to form military ...
Left-wing outsider to run for Egypt president
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Egypt's Crackdown Widens, But Insurgency Still Burns
Here are three numbers that tell the story of Egypt's security crackdown, its political turmoil and the simmering insurgency. 16,687. That's the estimated number of political detainees sent to Egypt's prisons since the military ousted the Islamist ...
Egyptian Authorities Accuse Islamist Group of Forming 'Military Wing'
Egypt says Sinai fighters killed in air raids
Opinion: Egypt's Revolution: 3 years out
Tourist desert – Egypt desperate to woo back visitors after years of unrest
Egypt's tourism industry is battling to recover from what the tourism minister has described as its "worst year in modern history", after millions of tourists were put off visiting Egyptian resorts and heritage sites in 2013 by reports of civil unrest ...
Despite political unrest, domestic tourism in Egypt performed well in 2013 ...
Egypt seeks to restore tourist numbers to 2010 levels in 2014
The Daily Star
Egypt Ratifies Death Sentences on 14 for Attacks
Egyptian state TV is reporting that the presidency has ratified the death sentences of 14 men convicted in connection to Islamic militant attacks in the Sinai Peninsula during the country's 2011 uprising. Eight were tried in absentia. The extremist ...
Egypt denies upholding death sentences on militants
Egypt denies that presidency ratified sentences
Egypt sets trial date for Greste
Since Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was ousted by the military in July, Egypt's interim government has been incensed by Al-Jazeera television's coverage of a deadly crackdown against the Brotherhood to which the deposed Islamist belongs.
Egypt sets trial date for Al Jazeera staff
Egypt sets trial date for Aussie reporter
Journalist arrests show Jazeera 'convenient target' for Egypt: executive
Egypt unveils $4.9 billion stimulus package to prop up struggling economy
Ahmed Galal, the finance minister, said in a statement on Monday that the new spending would be financed mostly by the United Arab Emirates, one of the Gulf Arab countries that has pledged billions of dollars in support for Egypt. Three years of ...
Egypt unveils $4.9 billion stimulus package
Egypt to spend $4.9 billion in economic stimulus
Egypt to launch second stimulus package to boost economy
REVIEW: 'The Square' sheds light on Egypt's religious and political divisions
11), Egypt is more polarized than ever, largely between those who are sympathetic to the Muslim Brotherhood and those who support the military. The film is a reminder of what Egyptians share, regardless of religious or political beliefs. “The Square ...
Jihadist Return Is Said to Drive Attacks in Egypt
New York Times
“Egypt is again an open front for jihad,” said Brian Fishman, a researcher in counterterrorism at the New America Foundation in Washington. “The world is being turned on its head, and, for the United States, the ability to rely on Egypt as a ...
Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Formed 'Military Wing'
Egypt's Interior Ministry has accused the ousted president's Muslim Brotherhood group of forming a military wing to stage attacks on the security forces. In a televised statement, the ministry spokesman Hani Abdel-Latif named 12 people he said belonged ...
Egypt army hits Sinai militants; new group claims Cairo bomb
The US is supporting oppression in Egypt
Egypt: Six police wounded in twin Cairo bomb attacks