Egyptian Tourism's Message to World: Come Anyway
New York Times
CAIRO — “We've missed you,” Egypt's ministry of tourism says in its new advertising campaign, a plaintive plea for summer visitors from wealthy countries in the Persian Gulf. That is putting it mildly. For three years now, political turmoil has scared ...
Egypt set to reject US in favor of Russia
WASHINGTON – The United States stands to lose its alliance with Egypt as Cairo turns to Russia for support, a development that would have major geo-political and strategic consequences, according to a team of national security experts who just returned ...
Egypt's tax hike on wealthy to last three years
EU sees no evil in Egypt
Egypt: Sisi, Sabahy look to expat voters
Egypt's Sissi is a no-show at his own campaign rally, but most don't care
Sissi, who ousted Egypt's first democratically elected president in a coup last summer, kicked off his presidential campaign last week with a two-part prime time television interview, in which he promised to restore security and get this embattled Arab ...
Voice of America
Investing in Egypt
Compared with other emerging markets such as India and China, Egypt looks forbidding. Hundreds have died in street protests; bombs explode often. The economy is a mess. Tourism, a mainstay before the “revolution” in 2011, collapsed. Abdul Fattah al ...
Egypt's El-Sissi Tells Media Not to Push Freedoms
Egypt's Sisi turns Islam on the Islamists
The Muslim Brotherhood Struggles in a New Egypt
Egypt and Israel to reach another gas deal
The owners of an Israeli gas field have reached an agreement to export trillions of cubic feet of natural gas through Egypt, a lucrative but politically sensitive deal which the Egyptian cabinet quickly denied would ever happen. Noble Energy, the ...
Israeli Offshore Natural Gas Is Headed to Egypt
UPDATE 1-Israel Tamar gas field partners aim for exports to Egypt LNG plant
Tamar and Leviathan look to Egypt gas link
Egypt charges 200 people with terrorism
Egypt's prosecutor general has charged 200 people with terrorism, accusing them of launching deadly attacks across the country, in the first mass trial of armed fighters since Mohammed Morsi's exit last year. The accused are said to belong to Ansar ...
Egypt to try 200 alleged jihadists
Egypt to Try 200 Suspected of Terrorist Attacks
Egypt to try 200 suspected members of al Qaeda-inspired group
Christian Science Monitor
Harassment illegal? Egypt's women say word hasn't reached the street
Christian Science Monitor
Egypt's new constitution, which passed with 98 percent of the vote in January, affirms gender equality and the state's commitment to "the protection of women against all forms of violence." Some individuals are making strides. In December, leftist ...
Egypt charges 200 Islamist militants with bombings, other violence
An Egyptian court sentenced more than 1,000 Brotherhood supporters to death in two cases this year on charges including inciting violence that followed Mursi's overthrow. Foreign governments and human rights groups have expressed alarm over the rulings ...
Tomb dating back to 1100 BC found in Egypt
CAIRO – Archeologists have found a tomb dating back to around 1100 B.C. south of Cairo, Egypt's Antiquities Ministry said Thursday. Antiquities Minister Mohamed Ibrahim said that the tomb belongs to a guard of the army archives and royal messenger to ...
Egypt Tourism Ministry tells world to ignore the bombs and come anyway
Ramesside tomb of Egypt's royal ambasador discovered at Saqqara
1100BC tomb uncovered in Egypt
Egypt: Hearts and minds betrayed
The US Department of State's recent decision to partially reinstate military aid to Egypt marks the beginning of the end of the battle for hearts and minds on the Arab street. What do these actions say about the commitment of the United States to ...