Egypt to rule in mass death sentence case
An Egyptian court is to pass its final judgment on 529 Muslim Brotherhood supporters sentenced to death last month, in a case that has provoked outrage among Western governments and rights groups. On Monday, the court will also issue verdicts on ...
Egypt court jails Morsi supporters
Vow of Freedom of Religion Goes Unkept in Egypt
Egypt court to pass final judgment on 529 protesters facing death
Activists defy Egypt's anti-protest law
Hundreds of Egyptian activists took to the streets against an anti-protest law, one month before a presidential election which former army chief Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is widely expected to win. On Saturday, the protestors marched to the presidential ...
Arming Egypt Is Playing With Fire
America is once again getting a lecture from a client state in the Middle East. This week's lecturer is Egypt's president-in-waiting, a man who should be before a court in The Hague for the worst repression in his country's modern history. In the tug ...
US gives in to Egypt, getting Russia out of the picture
This past week the Obama Administration announced that the United States will deliver 10 Apache helicopters to Egypt and immediately invited Egyptian Intelligence Chief Major General Mohammad El-Tohamy and Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy to ...
The US will send Egypt 10 Apache helicopters — because sometimes a dozen ...
Egypt reports its first case of MERS virus
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO — With the appearance of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS, in the Arab world's most populous country, health officials face a tough new challenge in confronting the often lethal virus. Egypt's Ministry of Health said Saturday that the ...
Deadly MERS virus detected in Egypt
Egypt discovers first case of potentially deadly MERS virus
First MERS infection detected in Egypt
Christian Science Monitor
Poppies replace tourists in Egypt's Sinai desert
Christian Science Monitor
But Egypt is trying to stamp out the budding opium trade in the Sinai Peninsula, and that morning, the Army blocked the field's access road, only leaving as the day neared sunset. "Normally there are two weeks left to the harvest. But we are not taking ...
Three Egyptian police personnel injured in Sinai attack
Egypt Diplomat Seeks New Path for US Relations
Egypt is seeking to chart a new direction with the United States, the Arab nation's top diplomat said Friday, following several years of upheaval and uncertainty that has forced delays in American aid to Cairo and spurred tensions between the two ...
US moves to repair Egypt ties despite rights concerns
Democratic progress still needed in Egypt: US
A Questionable Decision on Egypt
New York Times
American policy toward Egypt continued on its tortured, confusing path this week when the Obama administration resumed some aid to what has become an increasingly repressive state. No matter how American officials try to spin it, the decision will come ...
US Eases Restrictions on Egypt Military Aid
Egypt's Sinai under control: army commander
Egypt's army says has 'complete control' over Sinai Peninsula
MERS spreading: Saudi Arabia registers 26 more cases after Egypt discovers ...
Saudi Arabia has confirmed 26 more cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) a day after Egypt registered its first incidence of the deadly SARS-like coronavirus. The World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed concern about the growing ...
MERS virus reported in Egypt
Egypt's Red Sea ports on alert against Saudi Arabia's MERS virus
MERS Virus Outbreak Spreads to Egypt, UAE
Egyptian judge to rule on mass death sentence
After imposing the preliminary death sentences on March 24, judge Saeed Yousef referred his ruling to the state mufti, Egypt's highest religious authority. His non-binding opinion is always sought in cases of capital punishment. Were Yousef to uphold ...