Oscar-nominated 'The Square:' How Egypt's hope turned to fury
I wondered -- would the filmmakers do what so many writers on Egypt have done, and go for the easy way out, focusing on spoiled rich kids, playing revolutionary? They didn't -- the first revolutionary character, Ahmad, is hardly rich -- he's a young ...
Egypt's Crackdown Widens, But Insurgency Still Burns
Egyptian Authorities Accuse Islamist Group of Forming 'Military Wing'
Egypt marks third year of Mubarak ouster
Atheists in Egypt say they struggle to have their views heard
A leading Egyptian cleric says Islamic extremism is motivating some people in the country to reject religion entirely. Atheism is widely considered a taboo topic in Egypt and non-believers say that they often feel the need to keep their discussions ...
Rights group: Egypt turns blind eye to human trafficking in Sinai
Los Angeles Times
11: Foreign Ministry spokesman Badr Abdelatty said accusations of complicity on the part of security forces were “nonsense” but that international organizations should do more to help Egypt combat trafficking.] Dozens of Eritrean victims who showed ...
Hundreds of Eritreans enslaved in torture camps in Sudan and Egypt
Simpson: 'Eritrean refugees are tortured in Egypt and Sudan'
Egypt/Sudan: Traffickers Who Torture
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 ...
Egypt could manufacture for Africa's market
Fewer tourists came to Egypt in December to end a dismal tourism year
Despite political unrest, domestic tourism in Egypt performed well in 2013 ...
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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 ...
Broken Morsi tells his followers in Egypt that protest is useless
In leak, Egypt's ousted president says proponents' protests useless, asks for ...
Daily News Egypt
Solution has not been reached in dam talks: Egyptian, Ethiopian water ministries
Daily News Egypt
The Egyptian delegation to Ethiopia, headed by the water minister, returned from Ethiopia Tuesday after it failed to resolve “sticking points” following talks on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Mohamed ...
Ethiopian irrigation minister invites Egypt for more 'Renaissance Dam' talks
Egypt's Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Visiting Addis Ababa
Egypt negotiator slams Ethiopia over Nile dam
Egypt trial for al-Jazeera journalists set for 20 February
The judicial authorities in Egypt say the trial of 20 journalists, including four foreigners, will start next week. They face charges including joining and aiding a terrorist organisation, and endangering national security. Eight defendants, among them ...
Al Jazeera reporter's father in plea to Egypt
Egypt's War on Journalism
Al Jazeera Australian reporter Peter Greste to face trial in Egypt this month
On the Third Anniversary of Mubarak's fall, Egypt Now Imprisons the Brave ...
Maher is the soft-spoken 33-year-old civil engineer who co-founded the April 6 Youth Movement and was a crucial behind-the-scenes operator during the 2011 protests that toppled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak three years ago today. Maher has now ...
Egypt Blackouts Raise New Worries
Wall Street Journal
Summer blackouts would put Egypt's next leader, set to be elected in the coming months, in a difficult position. In July, frequent electricity cuts, long gas lines and political tensions helped to stoke massive antigovernment protests that prompted the ...
Sisi says Egypt can uproot terrorism; Muslim Brotherhood said to form military ...
On Egypt's Streets, It's the Mob That Rules
Egypt's Precarious Energy Position
The Star Online
Former presidential hopeful predicts new Egypt revolt
Egypt remains unstable. "The people will get angry again and stage a revolution to oust this repression. The Egyptian people will not accept the current situation," said Abol Fotouh, a former Brotherhood member who came fourth in the 2012 election won ...
Former presidential hopeful says Egypt is now 'republic of fear'
Islamist Abul-Fotouh sits out Egypt's election