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's Sisi to stay on as defense minister: source
Sisi 'to remain' Egypt's defense minister
Egypt's Cabinet resigns, sets stage for presidency
Egypt: 26 sentenced to death over Suez 'terror plot'
An Egyptian court has sentenced 26 people to death for founding a "terror group" with the aim of attacking ships using the Suez Canal. Judges said the men were also accused of manufacturing missiles and explosives, local media report. The defendants ...
Egypt's Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi stays on as military leader
Egypt convicts 26 over Suez Canal terror plot
Egypt sentences 26 to death over Suez Canal plot charges
Egypt's govt resigns, sparking controversy
Staff writer, Al Arabiya News Monday, 24 February 2014. Egypt's government resigned on Monday paving the way for army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to announce his presidency bid and sparking controversy over the surprise move. Also Read:.
Think Africa Press
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's 77% Stock Rally Tips Generals Winning Investors
Egypt's Generals turn to an Old Rival in the Fight against Islamist Militancy ...
Political violence and state repression in Egypt
#BBCtrending: Egyptian public sceptical about military's HIV 'breakthrough'
On Saturday the Egyptian government claimed that its military had achieved a "scientific breakthrough" in the detection and treatment of AIDS and hepatitis. But ordinary Egyptians - and the scientific community - are not so sure. Around this time last ...
Egypt's army claims AIDS-detecting 'scientific breakthrough'
Egypt claims miracle cure for HIV and Hepatitis
The Conman's paradise
Egypt names Ibrahim Mahlab as new prime minister
A former member of Hosni Mubarak's political party has been appointed as Egypt's new prime minister, a day after the cabinet announced its shock resignation, vowing to crack down on the militant violence that has blighted Egypt since the overthrow of ...
The Times of Israel
Egypt's 'AIDS Curing Device' May Be A Fake Bomb Detector
The possible link between the C-Fast and the fake bomb detector, named ADE 651, was first spotted by the Libyan Youth Movement, a citizen organization born after the Egyptian revolution of 2011. The group posted a picture of the two devices on Twitter.
AIDS cured! (says Egypt's military)
Claims of cure for HIV, Hepatitis C are a 'scandal': Egypt presidential advisor
Scientific Scandal: Miracle Cure for HIV and Hepatitis C by Egypt Army a Hoax
Searching For The Remains Of Egypt's Revolution
Just three years after protesters and the Egyptian military drove Hosni Mubarak from power, the revolution hasn't delivered what many Egyptians expected, and hopes are fading that it ever will. Military commander Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is widely expected ...
Egypt sentences 26 to death for Suez plot
An Egyptian court has sentenced 26 people to death for plotting attacks on ships passing through the Suez Canal. Reuters news agency reported on Wednesday that the defendants, all but one of whom were tried in absentia, were responsible for forming a ...
Germany advises against travel to all of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula
Egypt militants blow up Sinai gas pipeline
Egypt: Investigate Lethal Attack on Civilians in Sinai
Glimmers of hope in Egypt
“I am here to assure you that what is happening in Egypt now should bring a lot of optimism, not only for Egypt, but for the whole region,” Ziada told about 200 UN Watch delegates, at a conference centre across the street from the UN's Palais des Nations.