Egypt's Morsi 'leaked secrets to Iran Revolutionary Guards'
Egyptian prosecutors have accused ousted President Mohammed Morsi of leaking state secrets to Iran's Revolutionary Guards. The claim came during the second hearing of his trial on espionage charges. Prosecutors allege that he and 35 others were ...
Egypt Police Officers Acquitted of 2011 Killings
Egypt prosecutor says ex-president spied for Iran
Egypt's Morsi urges revolution from court
Mohamed Fahmy, Canadian journalist in Egypt, hears charges
Fahmy and 19 others are accused by the Egyptian government of being members of and assisting a terrorist organization. During the hearing Thursday, Fahmy shouted to reporters from his caged area that the conditions he faces in prison are "physically ...
Egypt Extends Its Crackdown to Journalists
Egypt: Detained Al Jazeera journalists appear in court as trial opens
Al-Jazeera Journalists Trial Starts in Egypt
Sky News Australia
Interstate battle for Gods of Egypt movie decided
Sydney Morning Herald
Set in mythical ancient Egypt, it centres on a young thief (former Home and Away star Brenton Thwaites) who enlists the help of the gods to bring his beloved (Courtney Eaten from the forthcoming Mad Max: Fury Road) back from the dead. Advertisement ...
Gods of Egypt to film in Sydney
Gods of Egypt confirmed for Sydney
Egyptian gods will smile on Sydney, with the movie Gods of Egypt set to film here
Egypt food supply shake-up sees official referred to prosecutors
Egypt is the world's biggest wheat importer, normally buying some 10 million tons a year and while the suspected corruption is focused on rice, the moves come just days after two senior officials from the General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC ...
Egypt sweeps out senior wheat import official; suspects corruption
Egypt FM hails 'positive' Tanzanian stance on Ethiopia dam
Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete has said Nile Basin countries should consult and decide on a mutual agreeable arrangement prior to the construction of any dams that impact several countries, stated Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy. Fahmy met ...
Fahmy meets Tanzanian president ahead of Congo visit
Egypt seeks re-admittance into AU
The Majalla Magazine
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 ...
Lessons from Egypt's Cult of Leadership
US lawmakers meet top Egyptian officials
Historic Breakthrough in Egypt-Russia Relations. Towards a Strategic Shift?
Egypt internationalizes dam dispute with Ethiopia
The Egyptian government has begun to take serious, overt measures toward internationalizing the Renaissance Dam. It is doing so through protracted negotiations taking place behind closed doors among the Supreme Committee for the Nile Waters, which ...
Meet Egypt's first female political party leader
Breaking through Egypt's political glass ceiling, Hala Shukrallah succeeded former Egyptian Vice President Mohammad ElBaradei to become the Constitution Party's president. And her win not only represents women, who are a minority in Egyptian politics; ...
Hala Shukrallah: “Something has changed”
Christian woman to lead political party in Egypt
Tourist bus explosion in Egypt kills 4, wounds 14
The Egyptian revolution that toppled strongman President Hosni Mubarak in 2011 brought a resurgence of Islamists, whom his military regime had repressed for decades. This included relatively moderate factions like the Muslim Brotherhood, which swept ...
Egyptian militants warn tourists to leave or face attack
Egypt militants warn tourists to leave country or face attack
S Korea condemns deadly Egypt bombing
Egypt's hikers: If only camels had wings
Aiming for the breathtaking vistas offered by the Saint Catherine National Park's mountain trails, eight Egyptian young men and women were caught by an unforeseen blizzard a week ago. When the rescue team succeeded to locate the stranded hikers, only ...