Egypt taking 'ultimatum against tourists' seriously
The Egyptian government has struggled against rising militancy in the Sinai. The Twitter message gave all tourists until Thursday to leave Egypt or face attacks. Ansar Beit al-Maqdis has denied using social media, but Reuters says the account has ...
Egypt militants warn tourists to leave country or face attack
Egyptian militants warn tourists to leave or face attack
Egypt warns tourists of Islamist terror threat
Egypt's energy quagmire could sink Sisi
Sisi, who toppled Islamist leader Mohamed Mursi in July and promised to bring calm to Egypt, is expected soon to stage a triumphal run for the presidency in elections due within months. His first big challenge is likely to be power cuts and fuel ...
Egypt's new First Lady? Introducing Mrs. Sisi
Egypt presidential elections set to see 'battle of the generals,' say sources
Egypt's El-Sisi meets with US Congress delegation
Syrian family stabbed to death in Egypt's Alexandria
Four members of a Syrian family were stabbed to death on Monday in the Egyptian city of Alexandria, national media outlets reported. Amin Ezzedine, Alexandria's head of security, told Egypt's Alhayat television that after their murder, the Syrian ...
In Egypt, a Chasm Grows Between Young and Old
New York Times
“Egypt is facing the tragedy of an entire generation incapable and unqualified to deal with their plight,” Mahmoud Salem, a 32-year-old blogger known as Sandmonkey, wrote last month in a widely circulated post. Even Egyptian popular culture is stuck in ...
Two Koreans and Egyptian driver die in Sinai tourist bus blast
Sisi, who is expected to announce his candidacy for the presidency soon, had hoped a political road map unveiled after Mursi's overthrow would stabilize Egypt, which has a peace treaty with Israel and controls the Suez Canal, a busy world shipping ...
South Korean church mourns after Egypt bombing
SEOUL, South Korea — A bombing that killed three South Koreans and an Egyptian driver on the Sinai Peninsula targeted a bus filled with Korean Christians who had saved for years to visit Biblical sites on their church's 60th anniversary, officials ...
Sinai attacks: Islamist claim tourist bus bomb attack
Islamist militant group Ansar Beit al-Maqdis has said it carried out a deadly bomb attack on a tourist bus in Egypt's Sinai peninsula on Sunday. The group warned it was part of its "economic war" against the current Egyptian authorities, which it ...
Egypt charges two 'Israeli agents', two Egyptians with spying
The Egyptians are accused of providing information about Egypt to the Israeli officers with "the intent of damaging national interests in exchange for money and gifts and sex." It accuses Mohamed of "sleeping with women who work in Israeli intelligence.
Egypt Charges 4, Including 2 Israelis, With Spying
Egypt plans on deporting 7 Africans trying to cross into Israel
Egypt Charges Two as 'Mossad Agents'
Christian Science Monitor
Sinai terrorist group targets Egypt's tourist industry
Christian Science Monitor
Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis claimed responsibility for Sunday's bus bombing at Taba, a popular crossing point for tourists headed from Israel to Egypt's Sinai resorts, in a statement posted on jihadi forums late yesterday. The bombing, which marks the first ...
Lawyers for Egypt's deposed President Mursi stage walk-out
In what they call "the biggest case of conspiracy in the history of Egypt", prosecutors say Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood hatched a "terrorist plan" in 2005 involving the Palestinian Hamas group as well as Shi'ite Iran and its Lebanese ally Hezbollah ...
Lawyers for Egypt's Morsi walk out of latest trial
Facing new charges, Egypt's Morsy taunts court from glass cage
Ousted Egypt leader's lawyers protest court cage