Militancy on rise in Egypt
CAIRO – Egyptian militants have intensified violence ahead of a presidential election to pick a replacement for jailed president Mohamed Morsi, whose Muslim Brotherhood party has called the ouster "a murderous military coup d'etat." Militants who seek ...
Two Egyptian army officers killed in shootout with militants
Egypt Forces Raid Militant Bomb Factory Near Cairo
Two army officers, teenager killed in violence in Egypt
Ancient Egyptian kitten skeletons hint at cat domestication
The bones come from a cemetery for the wealthy in Hierakonpolis, which served as the capital of Upper Egypt in the era before the pharaohs. The cemetery was the resting place not just for human bones, but also for animals, which perhaps were buried as ...
Don't cancel sale of Apaches to Egypt, Israel urges US
Don't stop the supply of 10 advanced Apache combat helicopters to the Egyptian army, Israel is urging Washington and a number of senior congressmen. A high-ranking official in Jerusalem said Israel clarified that supplying the helicopters is crucial to ...
Egypt's Mansour to expedite Al Jazeera trial
Greste and two other Al Jazeera English staff members have been held in Egypt for 81 days now, and are charged with spreading false news and aiding the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood of deposed President Mohamed Morsi, who was overthrown by the ...
Interim Egyptian president will 'spare no effort' to have Peter Greste released
Egypt president pledges help for Australian journalist on trial
Egypt president sends letter to family of imprisoned Al Jazeera journalist
Egypt accuses Hamas of assassination plot
The Egyptian security official said the Hamas cell admitted upon interrogation to a plan to assassinate the army chief, Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, who recently indicated he will run for president in upcoming elections. The cell mentioned other secular ...
Hamas calls Egypt blockade a 'crime against humanity'
Hamas - Egypt closing Gaza border criminal
Egypt shows no sign of turning toward democracy
SECRETARY OF State John F. Kerry has been a cheerleader for Egypt's new military regime, repeatedly expressing optimism that it is leading the country back to democracy despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Last week he was at it again: Asked ...
Teenager killed as Egypt marks anniversary
At least one person has been killed in Egypt as clashes broke out between security forces and protesters demonstrating against the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi. The protesters had called for nationwide demonstrations to mark the third ...
Egypt jails police officers for prison deaths
An Egyptian court has jailed a police officer for 10 years over the deaths of 37 prisoners, who suffocated from tear gas in a police van, a judicial source and the state news agency said. Tuesday's sentence against Lieutenant Colonel Amr Farouk, deputy ...
Officers killed in Egypt clash with militants
Gunmen killed two Egyptian military personnel and injured a third when security forces raided a militant hideout on Wednesday, the Interior Ministry said. Two army explosives experts, a general and a colonel, and five members of the Ansar Bayt al ...
Australia to resume live exports to Egypt
The Minister says Australia and Egypt have agreed to implement the Exporter Supply Chain Assurance System (ESCAS), which makes Australian exporters responsible for the welfare of Australian livestock up until the point of slaughter. Under ESCAS ...
Australia to resume live exports to Egypt after animal welfare deal struck
Australia to restart live sheep and cattle exports to Egypt
Australia to recommence live exports to Egypt