Egypt army hits Sinai militants; new group claims Cairo bomb
A statement issued by the new militant group - Ajnad Misr, or Soldiers of Egypt - claimed responsibility for two bombings in Cairo that targeted the Egyptian police on Friday and vowed to carry out more attacks against the security forces. Ajnad Misr ...
The US is supporting oppression in Egypt
Militants Claim Responsibility for Egypt Bombing
Leftist politician to run for Egypt president
Egypt says Sinai fighters killed in air raids
Air attacks in the northern Sinai Peninsula have killed 16 armed fighters with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, according to Egypt's military spokesman. Colonel Ahmed Mohammed Ali said on Saturday that the raids had targeted hideouts of "terrorist ...
Egypt's regime brings back old ways of oppression
Egypt's Army Says It Kills 16 Suspected Militants in the Sinai
Egypt's army says 16 militants killed in latest North Sinai airstrikes
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 ...
Threats, assaults and arrests … the perils of reporting from Egypt
In a statement Hague urged the Egyptian interim government "to demonstrate its commitment to an inclusive political process which allows for full freedom of expression and for journalists to operate without the fear of persecution". The al-Jazeera ...
Canada's shameful silence on Egypt: Burman
Journalists Are Not Terrorists: Free the Al Jazeera Staff Jailed in Egypt
Journalists become the story in Egypt
Egypt's top TV satirist returns, criticizes public for lionizing Sisi
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's top satirist returned to television on Friday for the first airing of his show since it was pulled three months ago, and he skewered the public and media for lionizing the army chief widely expected to be the country's next ...
Egypt army chief Abdel Fatah al-Sisi will run for president, report says
Egypt's army chief, Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, has finally confirmed his intention to run for Egypt's presidency, a Kuwaiti newspaper has claimed. In an interview, Sisi was quoted as saying: "Yes, it has been decided, I have no choice but to meet the demands ...
Egypt military denies report on chief's candidacy
Egypt army denies Sisi presidential candidacy report
Egypt's Sisi 'to run for president'
Egypt: Release women protesters facing trumped-up charges
The Egyptian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release three women arrested last November at a protest at Mansoura University, said Amnesty International. The organization said authorities should drop all the charges against the women, ...
Amnesty says Egypt must release three female detainees
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 ...
Video of Journalists' Arrest in Egypt Seen as Threat to Media
New York Times
CAIRO — A leaked video of the arrest of two journalists offered a cinematic close-up on Monday of the new military-backed government's crackdown on dissent: slow-moving footage of a hotel room full of telecommunications equipment set to the thumping, ...
Egypt summons Qatar's chargé d'affaires over Egyptian cleric
In Egypt, a muzzled media as the military vilifies journalists
US urges Egypt to free al-Jazeera journalists
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Egypt and Ethiopia spar over the Nile
Al Jazeera America
On Jan. 8, Ethiopia turned down Egypt's demand that it suspend construction of its mega-dam on the Nile, further escalating tensions between the two states. Fearing that Ethiopia's $4.2 billion project would reduce the river's flow, Egypt calls for a ...
Egypt's Generals Face a Watery Battle