Egypt Extends Its Crackdown to Journalists
New York Times
CAIRO — The three men, wearing white prison scrubs in metal cages reserved for criminal suspects, listened to the list of explosive charges accusing them of aiding a plot to undermine Egypt's national security. They had links to terrorists, the ...
Egypt adjourns Al Jazeera journalists' trial
Mohamed Fahmy, Canadian journalist in Egypt, hears charges
Al-Jazeera journalists deny charges at Egypt trial
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
Peter Greste and fellow journalists to finally appear in Egyptian court
Why Egypt Hates Al Jazeera
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 ...
Egyptian militants warn tourists to leave or face attack
Egypt militants warn tourists to leave country or face attack
Tourists Must Leave Egypt By Feb. 20 or Face Attack: Militants
Journalism on trial in Egypt
Correspondent Peter Greste and producers Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed, have pleaded not guilty to the charges. They have been detained for almost two months. Egypt's public prosecutor says the accused published lies that harmed the national ...
What next for Egypt?
This month marks three years since Hosni Mubarak resigned as Egypt's president. But what does the future hold? GPS intern Avi Asher-Schapiro speaks with Shadi Hamid, a fellow at the Project on U.S. Relations with the Islamic World at the Brookings ...
Kuwait abandons regional neutrality, backs Egypt's Sisi
Conflicting visions: How the US sees its options on Egypt
Egypt Travel Warning For British Holidaymakers
Hundreds of UK holidaymakers could be affected after the Foreign Office advised Britons against travelling to parts of Egypt. It follows an attack on a tourist bus in Taba, South Sinai, on Sunday. Four people were killed. The resorts affected by the ...
Egypt bombing: New Foreign Office advice to UK holidaymakers in wake of terror ...
Egypt warning: Britons told to avoid South Sinai
Tourism companies urge travelers in Egypt to take caution
20 journalists face trial on terror charges in Egypt
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO -- Egypt is set to put 20 journalists, including four foreigners, on trial Thursday on terror-related charges in a case with ominous implications for freedom of expression under the military-backed interim government. Many rights groups describe ...
Egypt seeks to halt Ethiopian dam
CAIRO — Cairo has begun a diplomatic campaign on two tracks, one explicit and one undeclared, with European countries and donor parties. This came after the Egyptian government escalated its campaign against the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam under its ...
Egypt welcomes more 'serious' talks on Ethiopia dam
Sudan FM criticises Egypt over Ethiopian dam dispute
Dam! Why Egypt is halting its Ethiopian dam construction
Egypt's New Dictator Was Made in the USA
CAIRO—A confident-looking Abdel Fattah el-Sisi strides across the tarmac at Almaza Air Base, dressed in a blue blazer and his trademark sunglasses. He is not yet Egypt's head of state, but certainly looks like one: Nabil Fahmy, the foreign minister ...
Egypt's new First Lady? Introducing Mrs. Sisi
Egypt's El-Sisi meets with US Congress delegation
Egypt: Pro-Mursi parties move to hold dialogue with government