Egypt: El-Sissi gives new sign of presidential run
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's military chief, Field Marshal Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, gave his strongest indication yet that he intends to enter presidential elections, saying in a speech Tuesday that he "can't turn his back" if Egyptians want him to run. El ...
Court bans activities of Islamist Hamas in Egypt
Egypt deports US anti-war activist on way to Gaza
Egyptian court bans Hamas amid crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood
Trial of al-Jazeera reporters resumes in Egypt
The trial of al-Jazeera journalists accused of joining or aiding a terrorist group has resumed in Egypt. One asked the judge to free him on bail so he could receive medical treatment. In all, 20 people - including former BBC correspondent Peter Greste ...
Trial of Al Jazeera staff adjourned in Egypt
Evidence presented in journalists' trial in Egypt
Egypt won't free Canadian journalist from prison as new court date set
Egypt lobbies Germany to ease travel advisory: minister
"The latest crisis that we are in today is the negative travel advisory by the German government," Egypt's Tourism Minister Hisham Zaazou told Reuters in an interview at the ITB travel fair in Berlin on Wednesday. The bombing of a tourist bus in Egypt ...
Zaazou Says Tourism to Egypt Able to Face Challenges, Return to Normal Levels
Egypt give Gharib winning start with 2-0 victory over Bosnia
Gedo opened the scoring seven minutes after restart with a clinical finish before Chelsea's Salah ensured the win with a close-range effort as Egypt start a new phase under Gharib, who replaced Bob Bradley following the team's failure to qualify for ...
Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Egypt: Preview
VIDEO: Egypt shine in Gharib's managing debut
Salah strikes as Egypt stun Bosnia
Egypt spreads blame for protest camp deaths
An Egyptian government inquiry has said police used excessive force in a deadly crackdown on supporters of the country's ousted president last year - but it also concluded that protesters started and escalated the violence. The report by the National ...
Egypt panel mostly blames Mursi supporters for deaths in protest break-up
Egypt Group Criticizes Police Over Sit-in Breakup
Egypt panel blames Morsi supporters for deaths during protest camp break-up
Egypt court bans all activities by Hamas
(CNN) -- A Cairo court has banned all activities by Hamas in Egypt, calling the Palestinian movement that runs Gaza a terrorist organization. Hamas member Izzat Rashq denounced Tuesday's ruling by the Cairo circuit court as a "political decision aimed ...
Ex-irrigation minister believes Egypt not proactive enough on Ethiopian dam risks
The conference took place Wednesday in Cairo, organised by the liberal Free Egyptians Party and Al-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies. Nasr El-Deen believes that one of the main problems in Egypt's response to the Renaissance Dam is that ...
Egypt army chief Abdel Fatah al-Sisi indicates he will run for presidency
Field Marshal Abdel Fatah al-Sisi's candidacy has long been seen as a forgone conclusion, following a series of statements and leaks by officials that strongly suggest he wants to succeed Mohamed Morsi, the man he ousted from office last July, as Egypt ...
Egypt's Sisi moves nearer to presidential bid
Egypt's Sisi signals he will run for president
Egypt military chief Sisi hints at presidential bid
Liberal Egyptian group opposes any Sisi run for presidency
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's April 6 protest group, which helped topple Hosni Mubarak in 2011, spoke out on Wednesday against any attempt by army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to seek the presidency, saying this would be divisive and destabilizing.
Egypt and the Syrian conflict
On 22 February 1958, Egypt and Syria proclaimed their union under the banner of the United Arab Republic (UAR). This merger marked the pinnacle of pan-Arabism, under the leadership of late president Gama Abdel-Nasser. However, it was not to last long.