Egypt arrests alleged 'terrorist' who fought in Syria
The Egyptian prosecutor's office in Suez City ordered the arrest of Wael Ahmed Abdel Fattah for 15 days, MENA reported, adding that he was suspected of working with Islamist militant groups. MENA said Abdel Fattah, a former oil company employee ...
Egypt gives Hamas and Gaza the cold shoulder
Egypt's crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood has led to a sharp deterioration in relations with the Islamist group Hamas in neighbouring Gaza, and the people there are paying the price. As a coach forces its way through the crowds on the Palestinian ...
Athletes and artists show Gaza still occupied
Shifting Allegiances: The Israel-Gaza-Egypt Triangle
Egypt brushes aside criticism of latest anti-terror measures
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO — Egypt on Saturday sharply rejected a prominent human rights group's criticism of two tough new draft anti-terror laws. The measures, which have yet to be signed into law by interim President Adly Mansour, so sweepingly define terrorism that ...
'Muslim Brotherhood' members killed in Egypt
Egypt Dominated by Military Government
2 Muslim Brotherhood members killed as unrest sweeps Egypt
From Cairo to Suez, Egypt workers defy government with labor strikes
SUEZ, Egypt — Strikes staged by thousands of Egyptian workers for higher wages and better working conditions in recent months are setting the stage for a possible confrontation between the impoverished laborers and a new president after elections this ...
Egypt needs electricity to move forward
Egyptian approves draft law barring challenges to contracts
Egypt approves draft law barring challenges to contracts
Egyptian police 'using rape as a weapon' against dissident groups
Two male political dissidents claim they were raped in Egyptian police custody in separate assaults that campaigners suspect are indicative of a wider strategy as the brutal crackdown on opposition continues. Plainclothes officers allegedly assaulted ...
Turkish Rights groups slam Egypt over execution ruling
Leftist presidential candidate in Egypt sees media bias for Sisi
Another 220 Egyptian Protesters To Face Mass Trial
Death sentence in Egypt leads to international outrage
Al Jazeera America
MATAI, Egypt — As far as Hana Gamel was concerned, things had been going as well as they could. In September 2013, her husband, Sheikh Ahmed Qorani, a respected preacher in the city of Minya, was arrested a few miles away in his hometown of Matai.
Ethiopia slams International Rivers organisation for supporting Egypt
The National Panel of Experts linked to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has slammed the International Rivers Network (IRN) for criticising the Renaissance Dam project, accusing the body of being biased and supporting Egypt against the dam ...
Ethiopian panel slams environmentalist NGO's report on dam project
Ethiopian hostile Siege and Diplomacy tactics to Protect Dam
Ethiopia: Defense Ministry Ready to Protect the Grand Renaissance Dam
220 Referred to Prosecutor for Mass Trial in Egypt
Judicial officials in Egypt say 220 protesters have been referred to the public prosecutor for a mass trial. The defendants, referred to trial Sunday, were arrested on the third anniversary of the January 2011 uprising against longtime autocrat Hosni ...
Egypt court jails Islamic leader
Islamist gets 1 year for contempt of Egypt court
The Obama administration must hold Egypt's rulers to the standards of democracy
SECRETARY OF State John F. Kerry has made clear that he is eager to certify that the Egyptian regime of Gen. Abdel Fatah al-Sissi is “taking steps to govern democratically,” as Mr. Kerry is required to do by law before military aid to Egypt can be ...
Egypt: court upholds sentences of activists
Retired army general wants Egypt's St. Catherine's Monastery demolished
A retired army general says he has filed a court case pushing for Egypt's historic Saint Catherine's Monastery to be demolished and its Greek monks deported on the grounds that they pose a threat to national security. In May 2012, Ahmed Ragai Attiya ...
Pyramid Tour Guides Turn to Opium Farming as Visitors Shun Egypt