Egypt's new premier calls for protests to end
CAIRO – Egypt's new prime minister on Sunday urged a halt to protests and strikes to give the nation a breather to rebuild after more than three years of deadly turmoil, a call made by his predecessors to no avail. Ibrahim Mehlib made his appeal in an ...
Egypt's new PM says security is top priority
Egypt's interim prime minister swears in new cabinet
A change of government provokes speculation about Egypt's future
Many assumed it was part of an elaborate manoeuvre to pave the way for the widely anticipated announcement by Field-Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Egypt's minister of defence and the leader of last July's coup that ousted the Muslim Brotherhood, that he ...
Egypt Names Industrialist and Minister as Premier
Egypt's Sisi to stay on as defense minister: source
Egypt names Ibrahim Mahlab as new prime minister
Egypt's unsustainable 'republic of fear'
In Egypt, a woman gave birth to her child while her hand was chained to bed in a public hospital. Another man died two days after being electrocuted in a police station. In Egypt, the political prisoner will be branded as a criminal, get tortured and ...
Egypt's Interim President Swears in New Cabinet
Egypt's new government was sworn in Saturday in a limited reshuffle that kept the powerful ministers of defense and interior in place under a new prime minister named days earlier. State television aired the ministers being sworn in live from the ...
Demonstrations and bombs in Egypt
1500 prisoners start hunger strike in Egypt prison
Egypt frees Morsi son arrested in drugs case
Egypt's Morsi urges revolution from court
Egypt's deposed president Mohamed Morsi called on his followers Saturday to continue their "peaceful revolution", during his trial on charges related to jailbreaks and attacks on police. Morsi appeared in court on Saturday in a case that charges him ...
Egypt can stop its spiral toward radicalization
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Concern Grows Over Academic Freedom in Egypt
New York Times
CAIRO — The indictment here of a well-known professor on charges of espionage has sparked new concerns about academic freedom in Egypt. The military-backed government is carrying out a widespread crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamist ...
Egyptian Stars of Netflix's 'The Square' Can't Attend the Oscars
Miles and miles away from the scene of the Egyptian revolution detailed in her Oscar-nominated documentary, Noujaim and the the film's producer, Karim Amer, will attend the 86th Academy Awards on Sunday, all the while balancing a mix of opposing ...
Egypt: Oscar-nominated The Square never screened at home
"The Square": Documenting Egyptâ€™s revolution
Oscar Nominated Documentary 'The Square' Takes on Political Life of Its Own
Egypt army "AIDS detector" instead finds ridicule
CAIRO -- Egypt's military leaders have come under ridicule after the chief army engineer unveiled what he described as a "miraculous" set of devices that detect and cure AIDS, hepatitis and other viruses. The claim, dismissed by experts and called ...
It gets ever sillier
Disbelief After Egypt Announces Cures for AIDS and Hepatitis C
Egyptian army's AIDS-cure claim gets harsh criticism
Egypt's new prime minister urges end to strikes, protests
The Globe and Mail
Egypt's new prime minister on Sunday urged a halt to protests and strikes to give the nation a breather to rebuild after more than three years of deadly turmoil, a call made by his predecessors to no avail. Ibrahim Mehlib made his appeal in an address ...
German holiday-makers pulled out of Egypt
Germany's foreign ministry on Thursday changed the travel advice for Egypt, recommending that its citizens avoid travelling to the beach resorts in Sinai. As a result Tui Travel – the parent company of Thomson and First Choice – plus Thomas Cook and ...
German Tour Firms Start Evacuate Tourists From Egypt
Belgium issues Egypt travel warning
Minister - Authorities Confirm Securing All Touristic Areas