Egypt's 'shallow state' and Hamas
Egypt's current "deep state" seems to be "deep" only in security and bureaucracy, while its performance in politics and strategy continues to be "shallow". The latest episode showcasing such shallowness - including the military's "discovery" of a cure ...
Flight Into Egypt
Egypt accuses Hamas of assassination plot
Hamas calls Egypt blockade a 'crime against humanity'
New York Daily News
Boy, 13, killed in violent clashes between Egyptian police and anti-government ...
New York Daily News
Political violence, which has dogged Egypt since a popular uprising toppled autocrat Hosni Mubarak in 2011, is expected to intensify as the country prepares for a presidential election, due in a few months, that army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al ...
Militancy on rise in Egypt
Two army officers, teenager killed in violence in Egypt
Two Officers Killed by Militants, Egypt Says
Egypt's Heritage Plundered Anew
New York Times
Looting of ancient Egyptian treasures by organized syndicates and enterprising villagers has been occurring at a frantic pace since the first days of the nation's uprising in 2011. More than 50 artifacts were stolen from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo at ...
NEWS ANALYSIS: Egypt investors believe Sisi presidency will bring stability
Field Marshal Sisi — whose smiling face, framed in sunglasses and capped by a beret, appears across Egypt on posters, T-shirts and even chocolates — inspires fear in his opponents that the country will soon have a military man as its president once ...
Egypt investors believe Sisi presidency will bring stability
Iran wants a strong Egypt: Iranian diplomat
The tentative triumph of Egyptian democracy
Many expected the 2011 Egyptian revolution to herald a new era of freedom and social justice in short order. That was not surprising given the dignity and maturity displayed by the Egyptian people during the 18 days in Tahrir Square. But revolutions ...
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 ...
Egypt tourist numbers drop by 28% as security is stepped up in Sharm el Sheikh
According to the statistics released by Egypt's Ahram newspaper, there has been a 24 per cent drop in European tourists visiting the country in January and February this year, when compared to 2013 figures. Ongoing violence: Egyptian military police ...
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 ...
Egypt president pledges help for Australian journalist on trial
Egypt's interim president says will try to expedite trial of detained ...
The West Australian
Australia to resume live exports to Egypt
Australia will restart its live export trade to Egypt under the ESCAS welfare regulations, the Federal Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce has announced. The Minister says Australia and Egypt have agreed to implement the Exporter Supply Chain Assurance ...
Live exports resume to Egypt
Australia to resume live exports to Egypt after animal welfare deal struck
Australia to restart live sheep and cattle exports to Egypt