Egypt's Judges Flex Their Muscles
EGYPT-UNREST-TRIAL-ISLAMIST-VERDICT Egyptians react outside the courtroom in Egypt's southern province of Minya after an Egyptian court sentenced Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie and other alleged Islamists to death on April 28, 2014.
El-Sisi calls on Egypt's expats to vote
From quasi-democracy to controlled democracy in Egypt
Egypt's el-Sissi makes rare plea to youth
Egypt exposes 'terror cell' with 225 members
The Egyptian interior ministry on Monday said security forces had uncovered at least 44 alleged terror cells with links to the now banned Muslim Brotherhood of ousted president Mohammad Morsi. Authorities had apprehended 225 cells members for targeting ...
Egypt's Sissi is a no-show at his own campaign rally, but most don't care
Egypt's Sisi says he will step down as president if people rise against him
Egypt's Sisi chooses stability over freedoms
The Daily Star
Concern for Health of 2 Political Prisoners in Egypt
New York Times (blog)
Mr. Soltan, who has dual American and Egyptian citizenship and whose Egyptian father belongs to the Muslim Brotherhood, was shot in the arm as he documented the raid on Twitter. Mr. Elshamy, a correspondent for the Qatari network that gave sympathetic ...
Jailed journalist on hunger strike in Egypt 'critical'
Jailed reporter on hunger strike in Egypt
Imprisoned in Egypt, hunger-striking Al-Jazeera journalist is close to death
Mummified Fetus Found in Tiny Ancient Egyptian Sarcophagus
A suspected fake mummy currently on display at an Egypt center in Wales, in fact contains a fetus 12 to 16 weeks into development, CT scan has revealed. Known as W1013, the 20-inch artifact is a case made of cartonnage — layers of linen stiffened with ...
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: Deadly risks, but female genital mutilation persists
A doctor will stand trial for the first time in Egypt on charges of female genital mutilation after the death of a 13-year-old girl last year. The girl's father, who took her to the clinic, is also being tried in the landmark prosecution. It was June ...
Egypt Court Sentences 36 Students for Protesting
An Egyptian judge sentenced Sunday 36 students from an Islamic university in Cairo to four years imprisonment for taking part in a protest against the overthrow of the former Islamist president that turned violent, court officials said. The verdict ...
West 'misunderstood' Egypt crises - foreign minister
That's the warning given by Egypt's Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy just hours ahead of his meeting on Wednesday with Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague. In a veiled criticism of lukewarm support from Western governments, he told the BBC the West ...
FM: International stances shifted in favor of Egypt
Theater Production Workshop presents bittersweet 'Little Egypt'
A Bates College cast and crew present Lynn Siefert's 1987 play Little Egypt, a bittersweet comedy about romance's roller-coaster rides in a small Midwestern town, in performances at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, May 15-16; 5 p.m. Saturday, May 17; and ...