Voice of America
Egypt jails four men for gay acts
A court in Egypt has sentenced four men to up to eight years in prison for committing homosexual acts. The men were accused of attending or arranging "deviant" sex parties, and dressing in women's clothes and wearing make-up. Egyptian law does not ...
Egypt upholds jail sentence of activists
Egypt Imprisons Four Men for 'Deviant' Gay Acts
Egypt Women: Rights on Paper, Not yet on Ground
Communication Cut With Tense South Egypt Province
Telephone and internet networks were briefly shut down to Egypt's southern province of Aswan for several hours, as authorities moved to try to end a bloody tribal feud that killed 26 people over the past days, security officials and residents said Tuesday.
Security officials: telephone and Internet networks severed with tense ...
International Business Times
Egyptian Officials Fear Economic, Environmental Loss From Ethiopian Dam Project
International Business Times
The Ethiopian government has been on a public relations offensive to persuade its Egyptian and Sudanese neighbors that a $4.2 billion mega-dam project on the Nile river will be helpful, not harmful. Officials in Egypt and international experts disagree ...
Egypt presidential hopeful threatens to use force over Ethiopian dam
Egypt presidential hopeful sees Ethiopia, Twitter as potential enemies
Church mediates Egypt-Ethiopia dispute over Renaissance Dam
Wife of detainee urges Canada to put pressure on Egypt
The Globe and Mail
Sarah Attia last saw her husband Khaled Al-Qazzaz two weeks ago in the visiting room of the notorious Scorpion wing of Cairo's al-Aqrab prison which houses Egypt's top-level political prisoners. Mr. Qazzaz, who met the Canadian-born Ms. Attia in 2000 ...
Egypt police attack female students
'Milking' Egypt's Christian Copts Dry
Brotherhood releases lengthy statement condemning violence
Egyptian Arab and Nubian clashes leave dozens dead
At least 25 people have been killed in a tourist city in southern Egypt following four days of clashes between local ethnic groups, according to government officials. Fighting began on Friday in Aswan between Arab and Nubian families and continued over ...
Tribal fighting in Egypt's Aswan kills 25
Truce brokered in Aswan tribal clashes
Ancient Egyptian Mummy Found With Brain But No Heart
The woman probably lived around 1,700 years ago, at a time when Egypt was under Roman rule and Christianity was spreading, according to radiocarbon dating. Her name is unknown and she died between age 30 and 50. Like many Egyptians, she had ...
Egyptian court upholds sentences on prominent activists
A judge in Cairo has upheld three-year jail terms imposed on three prominent Egyptian activists from the 2011 uprising that led to the fall of President Hosni Mubarak. Ahmed Maher, Ahmed Douma and Mohamed Adel were jailed in December 2013 for ...
The state of Egypt's news media
Plotting a map of the state of the news media in Egypt reveals a grim landscape. This past week, Egypt's Field Marshall Abdel-Fatah al-Sisi made a live TV announcement that he was leaving his army post to run in the presidential elections. On that same ...
Egypt must change its repressive ways
Opinion: Egypt's el-Sisi manufactures new dictatorship
GCC to rise and fall with Egypt, says Dhahi
Egypt al-Jazeera case: Fresh calls to free reporters
Media organisations are renewing a call for the release of three al-Jazeera journalists who have been held for 100 days since being arrested in Egypt. The trio, including former BBC reporter Peter Greste, went on trial in February, accused of spreading ...
Family of journalist held in Egypt says health worsening
Campaign to free Al-Jazeera journalists imprisoned in Egypt reaches 100th day
Al Jazeera journalists still jailed in Egypt
Whither Egypt's miligarchy?
Daily News Egypt
By Mohamed Selim. On 3 July 2013, as then General, now Field Marshal, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi announced the ouster of former President Mohamed Morsi, millions of Egyptians cheered, while others jeered, as they received that expected ruse by Egypt's most ...