Egypt warning: Britons told to avoid South Sinai
Britons are being advised to avoid the Egyptian region of South Sinai - except the holiday resort of Sharm el-Sheikh. The Foreign Office said British nationals should avoid "all but essential travel" to the region. An Egyptian bus driver and three ...
Egypt Travel Warning For British Holidaymakers
UK Foreign Office issues new advice on travel to Egypt in wake of terror ...
Egypt dreads Sinai bus bomb impact on tourism
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
Sinai terrorist group targets Egypt's tourist industry (+video)
Egyptian militants warn tourists to leave or face attack
Egypt's commitment to press freedom on trial
Three journalists from al-Jazeera's English news channel go on trial in Egypt on Thursday, in a case which campaigners say is part of a sweeping crackdown on freedom of speech, reports the BBC's Orla Guerin in Cairo. In mid-December, the award-winning ...
Protesters in London demand an end to Egypt's crackdown
Why Egypt Hates Al Jazeera
Media muzzle: Egypt's propaganda drive
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
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Egypt: Pro-Mursi parties move to hold dialogue with government
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 ...
Egypt raises police pay as labor unrest spikes
CAIRO — Egypt's interim president ordered a pay raise for police on Wednesday, after some of their forces joined factory workers, doctors and pharmacists increasingly on strike over the past month. Adly Mansour said police will receive a 30 percent ...
Egypt's schools to further delay start of second term until 8 March
Egypt warns tourists of Islamist terror threat
Egypt's prime minister yesterday issued a warning to the tourism industry after a terror group claimed a suicide bombing on a bus which killed three South Koreans and threatened to stage more attacks. The statement by Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, or ...
Slaying of South Korean tourists signals turn in Egypt's Islamist insurgency
CAIRO — An explosion ripped through a bus carrying South Korean tourists in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Sunday and killed three people, the deadliest attack on vacationers here in years, signaling a potential escalation in the fight by Islamist ...
Peter Greste and fellow journalists to finally appear in Egyptian court
Three al-Jazeera English journalists seized last December from their Cairo hotel rooms are due to appear in court on Thursday for the first time since their arrest on December 29 after spending the past fortnight locked up next-door to Egypt's former ...