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 ...
Egypt accuses Hamas of assassination plot
Hamas calls Egypt blockade a 'crime against humanity'
Hamas - Egypt closing Gaza border criminal
Egypt's political milestones
A broad coalition of opposition groups in Egypt has called for a new "revolutionary wave" to last until the end of March as protests take place across the country to mark the third anniversary of the 2011 constitutional referendum. The National ...
At least 1 dead in Friday clashes across Egypt
Egypt court adjourns mass trial of Morsi supporters
Egypt Brotherhood seeks 'Tunisia-styled' reconciliation
Times of India
People are still protesting in Egypt. Here's a view from Cairo.
Washington Post (blog)
Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president, was deposed in a July 3 military coup. Military commander Abedel Fatah al-Sissi is likely to become the next president in elections due in the spring, and generals have been consolidating both ...
Morsi supporters face mass trial in Egypt
Lawyer: Egypt Trial of 545 Set for Verdict
Egypt mass trial of Islamists opens, adjourns
Al-Jazeera journalist jailed in Egypt loses full use of arm
One of the four jailed al-Jazeera journalists in Egypt no longer has full use of his arm after being denied proper medical treatment in prison for a shoulder injury suffered before he entered custody. In his first trip to a civilian hospital since his ...
Canadian journalist imprisoned in Egypt loses full use of arm
Media crackdown more severe for Egyptian journalists
Australian journalist Peter Greste still languishes in Cairo cell, guilty only ...
Egypt's spring 2014: is the counter-revolution now complete?
The activist Alaa Abd El Fattah is one of at least 16,000 political dissidents languishing in an Egyptian jail and it was from his cell that he wrote the following last week: "Everyone knows that most of those in jail are young, and that oppression is ...
Egypt investors believe Sisi presidency will bring stability
Scholar: Egypt's Military Chief Will Win Presidency if he Decides to Run
Analysis: Egypt investors believe Sisi presidency will bring stability
Egypt-GCC business ties grow as political bonds flourish
Visits between government officials from Egypt and the three GCC nations have grown steadily since they extended billions of dollars of support to prop up Egypt's ailing economy during a time of political upheaval. The aid has helped Cairo to stabilise ...
FM: Egypt's interests serve those of Arab countries
Egypt''s FM underlines importance of Kuwait''s Arab summit
Egypt University Expels 23 Students
Egypt's largest university expelled two dozen students for allegedly taking part in violent protests on campus earlier this week, the state news agency reported Friday, as supporters of the ousted Islamist president held their traditional weekly ...
Gilead offers Egypt new hepatitis C drug at 99 percent discount
"We believe Sovaldi could have a major impact on public health in Egypt by significantly increasing the number of people who can be cured of hepatitis C," Gregg Alton, head of corporate and medical affairs at Gilead, said in an emailed statement ...
Gilead offers Egypt new hepatitis C drug at 99 pct discount
Gilead Sciences, Inc. (GILD) news: Gilead discounts Sovaldi 99% for Egypt
Egypt's Salah celebrates first goal with Chelsea
One Jeddah-based Twitter user said: “This is Egyptian blayer. You listen Murinho shut ab your mouse Murinho. Salah yes Salah yes. Etoo no Etoo No,” in a parody of an Egyptian protester's recent remarks which were widely distributed on social media ...
Egypt's Salah opens Chelsea account in 6-0 win over Arsenal
Will Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam dry the Nile in Egypt?
Ethiopia, Egypt vow to ease tension · Egypt warning over Ethiopia Nile dam · Ethiopia diverts Blue Nile for dam. Ethiopia is pressing ahead with construction of a major new dam on the River Nile, despite stiff opposition from Egypt. BBC correspondents ...
Procrastination in Nile water negotiations not acceptable, says Egypt's FM
Cairo Analyst Proves Ethiopia Dam won't hurt Egypt
Egypt: 'We Will Die' if New Dam Dries Nile Water