Jihadist Return Is Said to Drive Attacks in Egypt
New York Times
“Egypt is again an open front for jihad,” said Brian Fishman, a researcher in counterterrorism at the New America Foundation in Washington. “The world is being turned on its head, and, for the United States, the ability to rely on Egypt as a ...
In Egypt, a muzzled media as the military vilifies journalists
Last year, Egypt was among the top 10 jailers of journalists and was the third-deadliest country for the media, the committee reported. Currently, 10 journalists are behind bars. Five have been killed since July, with the government or military ...
8 Al Jazeera journalists charged by Egyptian authorities, network says
British journalist facing Egypt terror charges in Egypt denies allegations
Video of Journalists' Arrest in Egypt Seen as Threat to Media
Egypt finance chief knocking down subsidies
CAIRO – In August, Egypt was in turmoil. The elected president, Mohammed Morsi, had been ousted by the military following days of anti-government protests by millions of Egyptians. Dozens were dead, activists were being swept into prison, and the ...
Egypt's Despair, and Its Hope
New York Times
CAIRO — Last month, on the third anniversary of the revolution of Jan. 25 that led to the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, millions of Egyptians came out onto the streets carrying Egyptian flags and pictures of Gen. Abdul-Fattah el-Sisi, the army ...
Producer of Egypt's 'The Square': Oscar Nomination Has Created Controversy
Repression in Egypt
US Working Group gives wrong advice on Egypt
Egypt military denies report on chief's candidacy
The military's spokesman said the nation's top soldier will, if he decides to run for president, announce his intention in an address to the “glorious people of Egypt” — and not through a third party. A squirrel peers through icicles Wednesday, Feb. 5 ...
Egypt army denies Sisi presidential candidacy report
Egypt army chief Sisi says he will run for president - report
Army denies military chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi said he will run for president
Egypt court orders retrial over football riot deaths
Egypt's Court of Cassation has ordered a retrial of the 21 people sentenced to death in connection with an infamous football riot in Port Said in 2012. Seventy-four people, most of them fans of the Cairo club Al Ahly, were killed when clashes broke out ...
Retrial ordered over Egypt football disaster
Retrial in Egyptian football riot case ordered
Egyptian court orders retrial for Port Said football killings
4600-Year-Old Step Pyramid Excavated in Egypt
TORONTO — Archaeologists working near the ancient settlement of Edfu, in southern Egypt, have uncovered a step pyramid that dates back about 4,600 years, predating the Great Pyramid of Giza by at least a few decades. The step pyramid, which once ...
Newly Excavated 4600-Year-Old Egyptian Pyramid Threatened by Development
4600-Year-Old 'Provincial' Pyramid Discovered In Egypt, Older Than Great ...
New Step Pyramid Found in Egypt; Ancient Wonder is 4600 Years Old
Jihadi Threat Grows as Egypt Turns to al-Seesi for Security
The defense minister, who overthrew elected leader Mohamed Mursi in July, is increasingly touted as a presidential candidate himself, winning the blessing of fellow generals last month. Expectations that he'll end Egypt's turmoil are helping to drive ...
US urges Egypt to free al-Jazeera journalists
The US has called on Egypt to release three al-Jazeera journalists detained by the authorities in December. The arrest of the correspondents was "of deep concern" to Washington, White House spokesman Jay Carney said. The three reporters are Australia's ...
British journalist facing terror charges in Egypt denies allegations
A British journalist who faces charges of terrorism in Cairo has dismissed the allegations as “baseless” and “another nail in the coffin of press freedom in Egypt" in an interview with the Telegraph. Sue Turton, one of two Britons at the centre of ...