Special Report: Egyptian militants outwit army in Sinai battlefield
Sinai-based militants stepped up attacks on police and soldiers last year, soon after Egypt's army toppled Islamist President Mohamed Mursi and tried him on a wide range of charges. The violence has left 300 people dead and hammered Egypt's economy, ...
Egypt vows 'decisive' steps after deadly raid
Egypt crackdown brings most arrests in decades
Gunmen Kill 6 Egyptian Soldiers at Checkpoint
The real Jon Stewart on "the Jon Stewart of Egypt"
What does Jon Stewart think of the Egyptian comic who copied the concept behind "The Daily Show" to create a carbon-copy in Cairo that attracts an estimated 30 million viewers every week? In a conversation with 60 Minutes, Stewart calls the comedy of ...
Egypt Revolutionary Singer Stopped From Performing
(CAIRO) — An Egyptian singer known for his anti-government songs said Saturday that authorities stopped him from performing at an arts festival attended by the country's interim president and military chief for “security concerns.” ...
Egypt revolutionary singer Mohamed Mohsen speaks out on halted performance
Egypt's Sinai: caught in the middle
For months, Egypt's border city of Rafah has been the target of an intense military campaign carried out in response to a spike in attacks by armed groups. Now, a new video making the rounds on social media allegedly shows how Egypt's Rafah ...
Islamists outwitting Egypt army in Sinai
Egypt's military expands its control of the country's economy
CAIRO — In the shadows of a harsh political crackdown, the military that overthrew Egypt's first democratically elected president last summer is positioning itself to become the country's uncontested economic power. Egyptians have focused in recent ...
Egypt Leader Says Public Opposes the Brotherhood
Egypt ex-presidential candidate: Election a farce
Egypt's coup has plunged the country into catastrophe
Egypt arrests 'Israel lover' for Star of David tattoo, contacting Israelis on ...
While Israel and Egypt have had full diplomatic relations for 35 years, civilian contacts between Egyptians and Israelis are considered taboo in Egypt, the largest Arab country in the Middle East. In the first 30 years of Israel's existence, it fought ...
In Egypt, A New Courtroom Drama Every Day
If you like courtroom dramas, Egypt is the place to be these days. And while there's no shortage of high-profile trials, analysts say one thing hasn't changed in the three tumultuous years since the overthrow of the autocratic Hosni Mubarak: There's ...
Egypt candidate says workers won't undermine army
Egypt protests call for return of Morsi
Thousands of people took to streets across Egypt in a show of support for the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, and against the possibility of Egypt's military chief becoming his replacement. Protests on Friday in Cairo, Beni Suef and other areas, were ...
Egyptian political groups prepare for presidential elections
Egypt: Anan steps back from presidential bid
Egypt protest leader facing trial
It's murder on the Nile
The Economist (blog)
KARIM EL SHARKAWY, the boss of Tarot Tours Garranah, one of Egypt's biggest tourism operators, clocks in every morning at the firm's offices in Cairo, and expects his staff to do the same. Strict timekeeping is a new experience for his employees. But ...