US Clears Egypt for Some Military Assistance
The Obama administration said Tuesday it has certified that Egypt is upholding its 35-year-old peace treaty with Israel and therefore qualifies for some military and counterterrorism assistance. Secretary of State John Kerry informed Egypt's foreign ...
AP source: Egypt cleared for some US military aid
Egypt: the world watches as journalism goes on trial
During the session Greste watched an Egyptian judge puzzled by the contents of his backpack: a USB flash drive and a wireless USB. The judge asked the “expert”, a police officer, to show the contents of the flash drive. It contained two videos: some ...
Egyptian draft laws to widen 'terror' definition drawing fierce criticism
Why is the Harper government validating Egypt's jailers?: Editorial
Greste decries 'meaningless' evidence
Egypt girl's death after genital excision leads to unprecedented trial
Los Angeles Times
DEYARB BOQTARES, Egypt — By all accounts, Soheir Bataa was a bright and lively girl. At 13, she was diligent in her schoolwork, with her math teacher recalling an eager pupil. On her run-down street in this Nile Delta village, she could often be seen ...
Sama al-Masri: Egypt's sassy, sexy satirist… should we take her seriously?
“Sama al-Masri is a part of what the Egyptian public has had to battle with since the January 2011 uprising; a decline in moral and ethical progression in society,” Abdel Latif el-Menawy, Egyptian political analyst and former head of Egypt's News ...
Egypt arrests controversial belly dancer
Young people led Egypt's revolution, but the old guard still rules
CAIRO — At a modest cafe in Cairo, 29-year-old Ali Mustafa and his friends had barely uttered a few sentences about how hopeless they feel under Egypt's new political order when a group of older men sitting nearby scolded them angrily. “We all want ...
Egypt: Ex-army chief, leftist to run for president
Egypt's el-Sissi visits Coptic pope before Easter
Egypt draft law to widen 'terror' definition
CAIRO — New anti-terror legislation proposed by Egypt's cabinet is drawing searing criticism from rights groups and lawyers who say it would grant authorities far-reaching powers to quash dissent amid an already alarming slide toward authoritarianism.
Abdel Fatah al-Sisi favourite in Egyptian election as nominations close
Abdel Fatah al-Sisi moved one step closer to Egypt's presidency on Sunday as nominations closed, leaving the retired army chief and the leftist Hamdeen Sabahi as the only two high-profile candidates in the race. Sisi is widely expected to easily win ...
Ex-army chief, leftist to run for Egyptian presidency
Egypt election: Sabahi sole challenger to Sisi
Sisi, Sabahi Square Off In Egypt's Presidential Race
Egypt to pay some $1 billion owed oil firms within two months - minister
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will pay about $1 billion (594.2 million pounds) of the money it owes to foreign oil companies within the next two months, the state's MENA news agency said, quoting Oil Minister Sherif Ismail. Egypt says it owes some $6.3 ...
Egypt to pay some $1 bln owed oil firms within two months - minister
US to deliver Apache helicopters to Egypt: Pentagon
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel informed his Egyptian counterpart, Colonel General Sedki Sobhi, of the decision in a call, saying the helicopters would support Egypt's counterterrorism operations in the Sinai Peninsula, Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral ...
Egypt Army Chief Says Security Is Priority
Deaths in latest attack on Egypt's police
A police officer and a conscript were killed after armed attackers opened fire on their patrol car, Egypt's interior ministry has said, in the latest deadly assault against the country's security forces. The deaths on Sunday came just two days after a ...
Egypt's Population Boom Threatens Cultural Treasures
Egypt gunmen kill two officers near Cairo
Egypt Gunmen Kill Police Captain Near Cairo