Israel, Egypt getting along great these days
CAIRO – Since army strongman Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ousted an Islamist leader from power last year and efforts to battle militant violence were boosted under his command, relations between Egypt and Israel have improved and are expected to strengthen ...
Egypt's Judges Flex Their Muscles
Ahram Online's Guide to Egypt's 2014 Presidential Polls
Egypt's key anti-Mubarak group to boycott presidential poll
Egypt: Free Illegally Jailed Journalist
Human Rights Watch
(Beirut)– Egyptian authorities should immediately release an Al Jazeera correspondent who has been held without charge since August 14, 2013, Human Rights Watch said today. The correspondent, Abdullah al-Shami, has been on a hunger strike for more ...
Daylight saving to be applied in Egypt starting Friday
Daylight saving time will be re-applied in Egypt starting Friday at 12am, according to an earlier statement by government spokesman Hossam El-Qeish. Starting Friday 16 May, Egypt will switch to summer time by adjusting the clock one hour forward.
Egypt's El-Sissi Makes Rare Plea to Youth
Egypt's former military chief made a rare appeal Monday to the country's youth who were behind calls for regime change since 2011, trying to win support among a key bloc in this month's presidential election that he admitted he is struggling to reach.
Egypt's Sissi is a no-show at his own campaign rally, but most don't care
Qaradawi's fatwa bans voting in Egypt elections
Egypt's Sisi chooses stability over freedoms
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 ...
Ethiopia ignores 'repeated' calls for dam negotiations: Egypt FM
UK backs Egypt's aspiration for democracy - Hague
Fahmy pushes for increased cooperation in London
UPDATE 1-Egypt wants arbitration resolved to allow gas exports from Israel
The Union Fenosa Gas plant went idle in 2012 due to a lack of gas supply from the government in Egypt, where fuel shortages have prompted the authorities to redirect gas into the domestic grid. The LNG plant filed a complaint with the International ...
Egypt wants arbitration resolved to allow gas exports from Israel
Israeli gas imports stir up row in the Egyptian government
Egypt pound hits new low as central bank sells forex for food imports
Egypt has been suffering from a sustained dollar shortage as political turmoil following the 2011 uprising against veteran leader Hosni Mubarak unnerved foreign investors and tourists, traditionally major sources of foreign currency. Egypt's foreign ...
Egypt visitors fall by a third
Egypt must earn back its tourists
Egypt pound hits new low at exceptional forex auction
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 'responsible' for journalist
Sky News Australia
A jailed Al Jazeera journalist who has been on hunger strike for over 100 days says he holds the Egyptian authorities responsible if his health fails, according to a video aired on Wednesday. Abdullah Elshamy was arrested on August 14 when police broke ...
Concern for Health of 2 Political Prisoners in Egypt
Jailed journalist on hunger strike in Egypt 'critical'
Jailed reporter on hunger strike in Egypt