A death sentence for 683 reveals the deeper crisis in Egypt's transition
The Globe and Mail
Egypt's judicial system has, once again, shocked the international community. The death sentences that were recommended last month for more than 528 people – ostensibly Muslim Brotherhood supporters – seemed to be startling enough. And then, on ...
Egypt's Relations With US: 'It's Like A Marriage. It's Not A Fling'
Egypt sentences 683 to death as military crackdown continues
Egypt is a Police State: Senior Muslim Brotherhood Member Condemns New ...
US is abetting chaos in Egypt
FOR MONTHS, the Obama administration has been pleading with Egypt's military government to take minimal steps to justify the full resumption of U.S. aid, including the release of imprisoned foreign journalists and secular pro-democracy activists.
Sen. Leahy blocks US aid to Egypt to protest nation's 'appalling abuse of ...
The Obama administration's plan to keep military aid flowing to Egypt ran into significant opposition Tuesday as a key senator blocked the next batch of shipments and other lawmakers criticized the White House for not responding more forcefully to the ...
Military Aid for Egyptians Loses Support in the Senate
Senate subcommittee chairman blocks $650 million in aid for Egypt
US senator moves to block aid to Egypt
Egypt court sentences hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death
(CNN) -- An Egyptian court has sentenced the leader of the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood and hundreds of supporters to death, state television said Monday. Intensifying a crackdown on the Islamist movement ahead of elections next month, the same ...
Uproar in Egypt After Judge Sentences More Than 680 to Death
New York Times
EDWA, Egypt — Egyptian courts on Monday delivered devastating new blows to both the Islamist and liberal opponents of the new military-backed government. A court in Minya, a provincial capital, sentenced to death the top spiritual leader of the Muslim ...
Egypt sentences 683 to death in latest mass trial of dissidents
Egypt to rule in mass death sentence case
Egypt Sentences 683 To Death In Mass Trial
Bassem Sabry, a voice of Egypt's 2011 revolution, dies in accident
One of the voices of Egypt's 2011 revolution and its aftermath, Bassem Sabry, has died in an accident aged 31. A Cairo-based journalist and political strategist, Sabry rose to prominence during the Arab uprisings of 2011, achieving widespread acclaim ...
Tributes to Bassem Sabry, the writer who 'believed in a better Egypt'
Prominent Egyptian pro-democracy voice Bassem Sabry dies at 31
Leading Reporter on Egypt Uprising Dead at 31
At least 50 mummies unearthed at Egypt's Valley of the Kings
One of the rooms, before excavation, of the tomb KV 40, which contained several burials from the 18th dynasty and the Third Intermediate Period. The scattered remains within the tomb consist of fragments of wood, cartonnage, and mummy ...
Archeologists Discover About 50 Mummies In Egypt's Valley Of The Kings
'Huge Tomb' in Egypt Yields Major Discovery
Dozens of Mummies Unearthed at Egypt's Valley of the Kings
Egypt opens replica of King Tut's tomb
LUXOR, Egypt — Egypt on Wednesday inaugurated an exact replica of the tomb of King Tutankhamun in the desert valley where many of its ancient pharaohs were buried, aiming to protect the 3,300-year-old original from deterioration caused by visiting ...
Egypt inaugurates exact replica of 3300-year-old King Tut's tomb
Egypt unveils exact replica of Tutankhamun's tomb made with a 3D printer
Egyptian blogger Bassem Sabry dies
Bassem Sabry, one of Egypt's most respected bloggers who campaigned for civil rights and against repression, has died at 31 years, sending a rippling wave of grief among hundreds of activists and followers in Egypt and worldwide. Sabry was a well-known ...
Abdullah Elshamy: In Egypt's dungeons
What makes it worse is the Egyptian authorities' refusal to allow independent doctors to examine Abdullah; I have no idea of how his health condition is; he has lost an incredible amount of weight, can barely walk and I have no idea what is going on ...
Egypt Urged to Allow Journalist Medical Care