German holiday-makers pulled out of Egypt
Germany's foreign ministry on Thursday changed the travel advice for Egypt, recommending that its citizens avoid travelling to the beach resorts in Sinai. As a result Tui Travel – the parent company of Thomson and First Choice – plus Thomas Cook and ...
German Tour Firms Start Evacuate Tourists From Egypt
Belgium issues Egypt travel warning
Egypt's tourism authority promotes domestic tourism
Egypt army "AIDS detector" instead finds ridicule
CAIRO -- Egypt's military leaders have come under ridicule after the chief army engineer unveiled what he described as a "miraculous" set of devices that detect and cure AIDS, hepatitis and other viruses. The claim, dismissed by experts and called ...
Egyptian army's AIDS-cure claim gets harsh criticism
Disbelief After Egypt Announces Cures for AIDS and Hepatitis C
Egypt announces cure for AIDS and hepatitis C, scientists skeptical
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
Egyptian court sentences 26 people to death for plotting Suez Canal attack
Egypt convicts 26 people, none in court, over forming terror group to attack ...
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Gunmen Kill Egypt Policeman as 1 Killed in Protest
Gunmen killed a police officer Friday in northern Egypt who worked as a guard for a judge hearing a case against the country's ousted president as his supporters held scattered demonstrations that saw one person killed, authorities said. The police ...
Repression, paranoia increases in Egypt
A change of government provokes speculation about Egypt's future
Many assumed it was part of an elaborate manoeuvre to pave the way for the widely anticipated announcement by Field-Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Egypt's minister of defence and the leader of last July's coup that ousted the Muslim Brotherhood, that he ...
Egypt's Sisi to stay on as defense minister: source
Egypt looks set to lurch from crisis to crisis
PROFILES: Ministers in Egypt's new cabinet
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 ...
Journalists hold global day of protest over Al-Jazeera staff held in Egypt
Journalists Demand Release of Colleagues Detained in Egypt
A Worldwide Protest Condemns Egypt's Arrest of Al Jazeera Journalists
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'
Egypt Orders 504 Islamists to Face Mass Tribunal
Egypt holding Al Jazeera staff 'hostage'
Four Al Jazeera journalists are currently being held in Egypt, three of whom have been charged with belonging to a "terrorist group" and spreading "false news," charges that have been denied by the network. The fourth has been detained without charge ...
9 People Who Are in Jail in Egypt for the Crime of Being a Journalist
US State Department Daily Press Briefing: Egypt
Egypt holding Al Jazeera staff hostage
Egypt: Oscar-nominated The Square never screened at home
The first ever Egyptian film to be nominated for an Academy Award has never been screened in its home country, it appears. The Square (Al Midan) tells the story of revolution in Egypt. It seems to have been suppressed because of its critical depiction ...
Oscar Nominated Documentary 'The Square' Takes on Political Life of Its Own
Egypt's First Oscar-Nominated Film is Banned From Theaters in Egypt
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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 ...
Egypt ramps up international campaign as Nile tensions heat up