Christian Science Monitor
Egypt's probable president Pretending to be a civilian
IN A soft-spoken television address announcing his bid for Egypt's presidency, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi intimated that his would not be a traditional election campaign. The caution seems unneeded. Few Egyptians expect that the field-marshal, a former ...
Safe in exile, Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood leaders now risk irrelevance (+video)
Why Egypt is in a spiral of despair
In Egypt, It's Street Art vs. State Soap
Human Rights Watch
Egypt Deports Activist With Death Penalty Petition
Associated Press. Egyptian authorities deported an activist who wanted to present a petition opposing the death sentences given to 529 supporters of toppled Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, his international humanitarian organization said Friday.
Egypt: Writer and activist Mona Eltahawy on the country's 'unfinished revolution'
Egypt: Failure to Meet US Aid Conditions
Egyptian journalists strike, demanding protection
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 ...
Bombs at Egypt University Hit Riot Police, 1 Dead
Egypt crisis: Police chief dies in Cairo bombings
Rise in Egypt violence seen as presidential vote looms
Ancient Egypt didn't just build pyramids, they also had a weather report
A new translation of a 40-line inscription on a six-foot-tall 3,500-year-old calcite block from Egypt - called the Tempest Stela - describes rain, darkness and "the sky being in storm without cessation, louder than the cries of the masses". The ...
World's Oldest Weather Report Found on 3500-Year-Old Stone in Egypt
World's oldest weather report found in Egypt
Scientists find world`s oldest weather report in Egypt?
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.
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 failed to meet US aid conditions: HRW
The New York-based NGO, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said in a statement issued on Friday that before resuming certain military aid to Egypt, the US must acknowledge that the country has not made progress within developing basic freedoms or democratic ...
Egypt bars Lebanese activist over death sentence petition
Egypt has barred entry to a Lebanese activist who wanted to deliver a petition against a court's death sentences for 529 alleged rioters, an official with the activist's group said Friday. Wissam Tarif, a member of the U.S.-based Avaaz human rights ...
Left Foot Forward
Order has not been restored in Egypt: a reply to the Telegraph's Con Coughlin
Left Foot Forward
Egypt military 1j Writing in response to a government inquiry being launched into the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood in the UK, the Telegraph's defence editor Con Coughlin has called for the Islamist group to be banned, saying that it “would be a ...
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 ...