Egyptian army's AIDS-cure claim gets harsh criticism
(CNN) -- Egypt's army claims it has invented a cure for AIDS and hepatitis C, prompting an outcry from the medical community, which blasted the declaration as a "scientific scandal." "I defeated AIDS with the grace of my God at the rate of 100% .
Disbelief After Egypt Announces Cures for AIDS and Hepatitis C
Egypt announces cure for AIDS and hepatitis C, scientists skeptical
Egypt army 'AIDS detector' comes under ridicule
Solidarity day for al-Jazeera journalists held in Egypt
People in cities across the world have been staging protests in support of journalists from the al-Jazeera network who are being detained in Egypt. Al-Jazeera has called for a "global day of action" to demand the immediate release of the journalists ...
Take a Photo, Take a Beating
Mohamed Fahmy supporters pressure Egypt for his release
A Worldwide Protest Condemns Egypt's Arrest of Al Jazeera Journalists
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 ...
A change of government provokes speculation about Egypt's future
Egypt's Sisi to stay on as defense minister: source
Sisi not Egypt's civilian Messiah
Egypt plans dam-busting diplomatic offensive against Ethiopia
CAIRO, Feb. 27 (UPI) -- Egypt may be in the throes of political turmoil, but the government has begun a diplomatic offensive aimed at stopping Ethiopia from building a huge hydroelectric dam on the Nile River that Cairo says will be a disaster for the ...
Critics slam Egypt's 'miracle cure' for HIV, hepatitis C
A doctor for the Egyptian Army announced last week that their military had invented a “miracle” machine that can detect and cure both HIV and hepatitis C – a claim that has been met with skepticism. According to a report in the New York Times, Maj. Gen.
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.
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 Warns Against Travel to Egypt's Sinai
Egypt's Generals Turn to an Old Rival in the Fight Against Islamist Militancy ...
Germany advises against travel to all of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula
The Revolutionary Police State
Time was, American presidents had Egyptian leaders at their beck and call. Hosni Mubarak was once obliged to get up at the crack of dawn for a photo op with President Bill Clinton, scheduled with U.S. prime-time TV in mind. But if there's one thing the ...
Egyptian autocrats struggle with football's political pros and cons
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 condemns 26 to death on Suez Canal plot charges
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 arrests seven pro-Mursi Facebook activists
Egypt jails 220 ousted Morsi supporters
Egypt Mursi spy case on hold, lawyers want new judges