Egypt Names Industrialist And Minister As Premier
New York Times
CAIRO — An industrialist who rose to prominence during the Mubarak era was named as Egypt's new prime minister on Tuesday, a day after his predecessor abruptly announced the resignation of the military-backed government that had managed the ...
Egypt names Ibrahim Mahlab as new prime minister
Report: Egypt's army-backed government resigns
Egypt's Cabinet resigns, sets stage for presidency
Concern Grows Over Academic Freedom in Egypt
New York Times
CAIRO — The indictment here of a well-known professor on charges of espionage has sparked new concerns about academic freedom in Egypt. The military-backed government is carrying out a widespread crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamist ...
Egypt jails 220 ousted Morsi supporters
Egypt courts sentence 220 Morsi supporters to prison
Egypt jails three over constitution boycott campaign
Egypt claims miracle cure for HIV and Hepatitis
Two days ago, Egyptian media began big campaigns about a miraculous device (billed as ''Complete Cure'') invented by Egypt's armed forces for treating HIV/AIDS and the Hepatitis C virus. The news stories depicted the machine as a breakthrough, and a ...
Egypt's army claims AIDS-detecting 'scientific breakthrough'
Egypt presidential advisor: Army health devices for virus C & AIDS must comply ...
The Conman's paradise
Canada crosses a line on Egypt detentions
My country, Canada, crossed a line today and that pleases me. For the first time since the arrest in Egypt last December of my Al Jazeera English colleagues Mohamed Fahmy, Peter Greste and Baher Mohamed, the Canadian government has taken a stand in ...
Egypt's Morsi urges revolution from court
Egypt's deposed president Mohamed Morsi called on his followers Saturday to continue their "peaceful revolution", during his trial on charges related to jailbreaks and attacks on police. Morsi appeared in court on Saturday in a case that charges him ...
Egypt can stop its spiral toward radicalization
Egypt's Morsi 'leaked secrets to Iran Revolutionary Guards'
Mohamed Morsi accused of passing state secrets to Iran
Egypt's interim government resigns
CAIRO — Egypt's army-backed government resigned Monday, the prime minister said, marking yet another shakeup in the nation's political scene three years after the ouster of a longtime dictator. Egyptian Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi announced his ...
Egypt government resigns, paving way for Sisi to seek presidency
The outgoing government "made every effort to get Egypt out of the narrow tunnel in terms of security, economic pressures and political confusion," Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi said in a live nationwide speech. Beblawi, who was tasked by interim ...
Egyptian government unexpectedly resigns
CAIRO – Egypt's interim prime minister announced Monday the resignation of his Cabinet, a surprise move that could be designed in part to pave the way for the nation's military chief to leave his defense minister's post to run for president. Hazem el ...
Egypt interim government resigns unexpectedly
He acknowledged that Egypt had witnessed a sharp rise in strikes, but said no government in the world could have fulfilled all the demands of its people in such a short period of time. "The cabinet has over the past six or seven months shouldered a ...
Egypt Orders 504 Islamists to Face Mass Tribunal
On Monday, Egypt's main prosecutor Hisham Barakat referred 504 of Muslim Brotherhood members and supporters to the Cairo Criminal Court on charges ranging from murder and using violence during deadly clashes that broke out during Aug.