Why Egypt is in a spiral of despair
In the days of Hosni Mubarak's long rule, Egypt's National Democratic party of which he was chairman was never a political party, not in the sense that people in the west understand the term. It was a vast collection of interest groups with no real ...
In Egypt, It's Street Art vs. State Soap
Safe in exile, Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood leaders now risk irrelevance (+video)
Egypt's probable president Pretending to be a civilian
Bombs at Cairo University close to Egypt hotels
It is understood that the bombs – for which responsibility was claimed by a group called Ajnad Misr, or Soldiers of Egypt – are the latest in a string of attacks targeting Egyptian security forces since the army ousted Mohammed Morsi, the former ...
Egypt: Blasts at Cairo University kill officer, wound 5
Is Egypt's Sinai Stable Enough For A Gas Future?
Bombs at Egypt University Hit Riot Police, 1 Dead
The Daily Star
Egypt tightens security laws to counter 'terrorism'
The Daily Star
CAIRO: Egypt said Thursday it has boosted punishment for "terrorist" offences and expanded the scope of crimes that fall under that category, a day after bombings killed a top police officer. The legal amendments will come in force when interim ...
Egypt tightens security laws to crack down on Morsi supporters
Egypt: "Anti-Terrorism" Law Introduces Harsher Penalties
Egypt mulls international arbitration over Ethiopia's Renaissance Dam
Asharq Alawsat English
Talks between Ethiopia and Egypt broke down in January amid technical differences of opinion over the affect that the dam will have on Egypt's share of Nile waters. Cairo claims that the construction of what will be Africa's largest dam will have a ...
FM - Egypt Offers to Finance Ethiopia's Renaissance Dam
Ethiopia ready for Nile dam talks with Egypt
Egypt gets muscular over Nile Dam
Egypt comes full circle: The end of the Arab Spring
The Arab Spring did not start in Egypt, but it is clear that it has ended here. On March 24, a court in Minya handed down 529 death sentences following a trial process that has been widely condemned. The charges were not read out. There was little or ...
The Global Dispatch
Report: Muslim Brotherhood Members Kill Christian Woman in Egypt
The eyewitness, as well as many others who have since appeared on videos, complained about Egyptian State Security and how it did not intervene—just like under Morsi, when St. Mark Cathedral was besieged, even as security stood by—how it knows ...
Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood attacks churches in Cairo suburb, 4 shot and killed
Seesi in Egypt Savior Role Burdened by Hope Amid Blackouts
Egypt's political struggles over the past three years have had a devastating impact on the economy, with growth stalled and unemployment rising. There are few signs of a revival since al-Seesi led the overthrow of elected Islamist leader Mohamed Mursi ...
An Egyptian Jew's message to threatened Middle East Christians
FILE -- Jan. 6: Bishop Aclimandos leads Coptic Christmas Eve mass at the Virgin Mary church in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's Coptic Christians, who make up about 10 percent of the country's 90 million people, are the largest Christian community in the Middle East.
Britain sends security team to Egypt's tourist resorts to assess terror threat
Britain has sent a security services team to assess the vulnerability of the major Egyptian tourist resort of Sharm el-Sheikh to an increasing terrorism threat, the Telegraph has learned. As thousands of holiday makers prepare to fly out to the ...
Egypt prosecution orders policeman arrested on sexual harassment charges
Travel of Assistant Secretary Ryan to Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, and Boston ...
US Department of State (press release)
Assistant Secretary Ryan will proceed to Cairo, Egypt, where she will meet with alumni of State Department exchange programs to discuss issues such as women and entrepreneurship, human rights, and civic engagement. Assistant Secretary Ryan will also ...
Press Releases: Travel of Assistant Secretary Ryan to Algeria, Morocco, Egypt ...