The Daily Star
The revolutionary dials spin in Egypt
After three short but dense years of hopes created, chiselled, mislaid, abused, dismissed, shattered or else retrieved, the blogosphere is replete today with words and images of the different forms of uprisings that shook Egypt ever since those heady ...
Bomb Blast Wounds 3 in Central Cairo
Egypt's former military chief takes final formal step to run for president
Blast in Egypt Wounds Two Policemen
Sources: Syrian jihad coming to Egypt with help from Turkey, Qatar and Obama
The struggle for Egypt is on the verge of a major escalation as the key sponsors of the jihadist cause in Syria are now committed to a similar campaign against Egypt. The overall strategic objective is to prevent the emergence of an inward-looking ...
Ex-Egypt general wants UNESCO site demolished
Citing the supposed threat posed to national security, a retired Egyptian army general has filed a legal case in his efforts to see UNESCO-listed heritage site St. Catherine's Monastery demolished, Ahram News website reported Sunday. Ahmed Ragai Attiya ...
Retired army general wants Egypt's St. Catherine's Monastery demolished
Pyramid Tour Guides Turn to Opium Farming as Visitors Shun Egypt
Death sentences in Egypt lead 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, Sheik Ahmed Qorani, a respected preacher in the city of Minya, was arrested a few miles away in his hometown of Matai.
Christian Science Monitor
In Upper Egypt, police avert eyes from ethnic bloodshed
Christian Science Monitor
As the crowd bayed outside Noura's house, a paramedic pointed to his body bag, motioning for her to get in. “He said it was the only way to smuggle me out alive," she recalls. "As he zipped it around my body, I knew we were all alone. There were no ...
Egypt and the Frog
Egypt is like an exposed nerve. On most days, it is secondary, numbed by the repetitions of my pedestrian routine. I have also taught myself a few tricks to maneuver around it. Neglect? Check. Perspective? Check -- Syrians have it worse. Breathing ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood faces election ban
An Egyptian court has banned current and former members of the Muslim Brotherhood from taking part in upcoming presidential and legislative elections, amid new attacks targeting the country's security forces. The court, in the coastal northern city of ...
Egypt: Violence & the struggle for power
As Egypt prepares for the first post-coup presidential elections, there is no sign to show that political violence is abating. Political violence has become even more pronounced since the ouster of the democratically-elected President, Dr. Mohamed ...
Egypt's military economy: Money is power, power is money
Daily News Egypt
Momentum is continuing to build towards Egypt's 26 May elections, which are widely expected to see Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi stroll into the presidential office. After a long period of speculation, the recently promoted Field Marshall finally announced last ...