Egypt: Journalist killed in Cairo clashes
(CNN) -- A journalist was among three people killed Friday during clashes between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and Egyptian security forces in eastern Cairo, Egypt's Interior Ministry said. Mayada Ashraf was fatally shot, according to her employer ...
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Egypt crisis: Young detainees allege torture
Brutal beatings, sexual abuse, and electric shocks are being carried out on detainees, including teenage children, in Egypt, according to testimonies gathered by the BBC. As many 20,000 people are estimated to have been held since last July in a ...
Egypt detainees allege torture
Amid Egypt's Sweeping Crackdown, North Sinai Residents in Crossfire
New York Times
MAHDEYA, Egypt — Shadi Meneayi left his hometown here in North Sinai more than eight months ago to help lead a campaign of terrorist attacks against Egypt's new military-led government, his relatives say. His hometown, a sprawling collection of ...
Egypt sentences Morsi supporters to death
An Egyptian court has sentenced two people to death for throwing people off a roof during violence in Alexandria last year, the country's state news agency said. The court handed down the sentences to two supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi ...
Egypt Court Sentences 2 Morsi Supporters to Death
Egypt crisis: Alexandria pair to die for rooftop killing
Egypt court sentences two Mursi supporters to death
Egypt: History repeating itself?
The head of the army, General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has effectively been running Egypt for the past year - after deposing the first democratically elected president. This week he announced his candidacy for the top job. There have been rallies ...
Egypt's presidential election process shifts to high gear this week
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General Who Led Takeover of Egypt to Run for President
New York Times
CAIRO — Abdul-Fattah el-Sisi, the defense minister and military officer who led last summer's takeover of the elected government in Egypt, formally announced on Wednesday that he was resigning from the army and running for president as he moved to ...
Egypt reopens Gaza crossing for three days
Egypt has reopened its land border with the Gaza Strip after a 50-day closure, but only for three days and then just for special cases, Gaza's governing group Hamas has said. Passage to Egypt will be limited to those seeking medical treatment, students ...
Gaza-Egypt Crossing Reopened After Long Closure
Gaza crossing to Egypt reopens for three days
Gaza-Egypt crossing reopened after long closure linked to crackdown on Gaza's ...
Morsi's overthrow helps Egypt's pork farmers get their sizzle back
Five years ago, the Egyptian government culled most of Egypt's pig population, leaving Samir's family with nothing to serve. "It was very rare to find something to cook," Samir says. "We used to work one week on, one week off." But five months ago ...
Fuel cache blows up in Egypt, killing 10
Fuels including gasoline and diesel are sold at a fraction of their real price in Egypt thanks to long-standing government subsidies that soak up a fifth of the state budget and have given rise to black markets and smuggling. (Writing by Tom Perry ...
UPDATED: Fire in Upper Egypt's Sohag kills 10 people
10 Dead, 37 injured in accidental gasoline explosion in Egypt
10 killed, 37 injured in gas depot blast in Egypt
Sydney Morning Herald
In Egypt a cry of outrage is met with death
Sydney Morning Herald
No.309 on a list of 529 people condemned to die – a lawyer jailed alongside the people he had spent months trying to help, caught up in the relentless crackdown against anyone who dares to challenge Egypt's military-backed government. But as a son of ...
The trashing of justice in Egypt