At Weekly Exorcisms, Egypt's Muslims and Christians Unite Against the Demons
Tensions between Muslims and Christians have been high in Egypt, ever since a military coup against the country's first democratically elected Islamist President on 3 July unleashed a spasm of violence that saw churches burned, priests murdered and ...
Egypt police jailed over 2010 death of Khaled Said
A court in Egypt has jailed two policemen for 10 years for the killing of man whose death helped galvanise the uprising against Hosni Mubarak in 2011. Twenty-eight-year-old Khaled Said was beaten and tortured while in police custody in 2010. The two ...
Egypt jails policemen for activist's death that triggered Mubarak uprising
Egypt police get 10 years for killing blogger
In retrial, 2 policemen get 10-year sentences for 2010 beating of Egyptian to ...
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 interim prime minister swears in new cabinet
Egypt irrigation minister denounces Ethiopia's 'obstinacy' on dam
Egypt's Irrigation Minister Mahmoud Abdel-Muttalib denounced on Monday what he described as Ethiopia's obstinacy towards building its Grand Renaissance Dam, MENA reported. Ethiopia's project is a $4.2 billion hydroelectric dam on the Blue Nile, one of ...
Italy Voices Willingness to Mediate Between Egypt and Ethiopia
Egypt: Diplomatic offensive against Ethiopia
Italy offers to Mediate Blue Nile Dispute Dialogue between Ethiopia and Egypt
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 Cabinet resigns, sets stage for presidency
Egypt names Ibrahim Mahlab as new prime minister
First woman to head a political party in Egypt says it proves the revolution ...
Shukrallah is the first woman – and first Christian – to lead a major Egyptian party. At a time when the 2011 uprising seems to have achieved little, her election is a reminder of the seismic social shifts the revolution unleashed. At least, that is ...
Regime Repression and Paranoia Grows in Egypt
Since the military coup in Egypt against the unpopular but democratically elected government of Mohammed Morsi last July, more than 1,000 regime opponents have been killed, thousands more have been hauled before military courts on political charges, ...
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 ...
Egypt tightens grip on mosques to curb Islamist dissent
Demonstrations and bombs in Egypt
Egypt postpones ruling on new judges in Morsi trials
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 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
With hundreds jailed, Egypt's Islamists demand new protest strategy
Egypt Police Officers Acquitted of 2011 Killings