Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Formed 'Military Wing'
Egypt's Interior Ministry has accused the ousted president's Muslim Brotherhood group of forming a military wing to stage attacks on the security forces. In a televised statement, the ministry spokesman Hani Abdel-Latif named 12 people he said belonged ...
Egypt says Sinai fighters killed in air raids
Egypt army hits Sinai militants; new group claims Cairo bomb
The US is supporting oppression in Egypt
Former presidential hopeful says Egypt is now 'republic of fear'
Abdel Moneim Abol Fotouh, 62, one of the few Islamists left in public life after a crackdown on the Brotherhood and its Islamist allies after Mursi was ousted by the army, said Egypt was not on a path to democracy as the government says. "Our ...
Egypt, a republic of fear: Ex-pres. candidate
Egypt's Aboul-Fotouh will not run for president, party to boycott
Ethiopian irrigation minister invites Egypt for more 'Renaissance Dam' talks
Ahead of the talks, however, Abdel-Motteleb announced that Egypt's position on Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam "is fixed," a harbinger that Monday's negotiations may not offer the kind of compromise that Ethiopia may be hoping for. According to ...
Ethiopia dam talks to resume Monday
Left-wing outsider to run for Egypt president
Hamdeen Sabahi, a left-wing Egyptian politician, has announced that he will be running for president in the forthcoming election. Field Marshal Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the army chief, is widely expected to contest and win the race, scheduled for mid ...
Veteran leftwinger Sabbahi enters Egypt's presidential race
Egypt's presidential elections: From the outside looking in
Egypt's Sabahi says to contest presidency
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 ...
Egypt's swine flu death toll reaches 38
CAIRO, Egypt -- Egypt's Health Ministry says the number of people killed by swine flu in the country since December has reached 38. In a statement Sunday, the ministry said that more than 1,300 people have been hospitalized after being infected by the ...
Swine flu kills 38 in Egypt since December: Health ministry
Egypt confirms 38 swine flu deaths
Swine flu kills 38 in Egypt
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 ...
Egypt detains man who sent pictures to Jazeera: sources
Parents make pleas for journalist release in Egypt
Militants Claim Responsibility for Egypt Bombing
A newly formed militant group has claimed responsibility for a bomb attack targeting an Egyptian police checkpoint in Cairo's twin city of Giza that wounded six people. Meanwhile, the Health Ministry said Saturday that the death toll from clashes the ...
News & Observer
Egypt accuses Islamist group of staring armed wing
News & Observer
FILE - In this Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014 file photo, Egyptians pray during the funeral of five policemen killed after masked gunmen opened fire at a police checkpoint in el-Wassta district in the province of Beni Suef, south of the Egyptian capital ...
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 ...