Family Feud Resumes in Southern Egypt, Killing 2
Clashes between an Arab clan and a Nubian family resumed Sunday in Egypt's south, killing two people and wounding four, health officials said, leaving the tourist city of Aswan on the edge despite a high-profile government effort to end the bloodshed.
Tribal clashes kill 23 in Egypt
Death toll from Egypt tribal clashes rises to 25
The state of Egypt's news media
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23 Killed in Feud Between Families in South Egypt
A bloody feud in Egypt's southern Aswan province between an Arab clan and a Nubian family has killed at least 23 people in two days of fighting, leaving bodies strewn on hospital floors and homes torched in its wake, government officials and witnesses ...
Irish teen locked up in Egypt jail fears execution
The siblings had travelled to Egypt from their home in Ballycullen, Co Dublin, earlier in the summer for a holiday. However, the four were forced to seek sanctuary in the Al Fateh mosque after violent clashes between supporters of ousted president ...
The Daily Star
The brother of Qaeda chief Zawahiri to stand trial in Egypt
The Daily Star
Zawahiri and the other suspects are accused of having set up an "Al-Qaeda-linked terrorist group" that plotted attacks against government installations, security personnel and members of Egypt's Christian minority, state news agency MENA said. They ...
Egypt: Writer and activist Mona Eltahawy on the country's 'unfinished revolution'
Brother of al-Qaeda chief to stand trial in Egypt
El-Zawahri, 67 others charged with plotting terrorist attacks in Egypt
Human Rights Watch
Egypt: Failure to Meet US Aid Conditions
Human Rights Watch
The question is no longer whether Egypt is on the road to democratic transition, but how much of its brute repression the US will paper over. An accurate appraisal of Egypt's record since the military-backed overthrow of President Morsy would conclude ...
Egypt has failed to meet US aid conditions: HRW
African Union on third visit to Cairo since Egypt's suspension
An African Union (AU) delegation met on Sunday with Egypt's senior government officials, part of the bloc's third visit to Cairo since Egypt was suspended from the union last year. The AU's High-Level Panel – headed by Mali's former president Alpha ...
African Union delegation arrives for third visit
Egypt court sentences police captain in southern province to death
CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced a police officer to death for the 2012 killing of two men in the southern province of Qena, state news agency MENA reported. Mahmoud Fathi Ali Al-Ataar, a police captain, was standing trial on ...
Egypt court sentences police captain to death
Egyptian truck drivers in Libya freed
Daily News Egypt
At least 50 Egyptian nationals in Libya were released on Saturday night. The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that it had coordinated with relevant security agencies to work to release the Egyptians and their trucks after they had been ...
Armed Libyans detain 50 Egyptian trucks, drivers
Armed Libyan group detains over 50 Egyptian trucks to protest prosecution of ...
Egypt says drivers freed in Libya