Egypt Courts Convict 170 in Mass Trials
A pair of Egyptian courts on Sunday convicted 170 suspected supporters of toppled President Mohammed Morsi on charges over violent attacks last year, the country's latest mass trials ahead of this month's presidential elections. The convictions in the ...
Jimmy Carter warns Egypt 'stands on the precipice'
Egypt willing to negotiate over Ethiopia's dam: Foreign minister
Egypt's Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy has stressed that Egypt is still willing to negotiate with Ethiopia over its Nile dam project, Al-Ahram's daily Arabic newspaper reported. Fahmy's comments were delivered during a meeting with a European-American ...
Egypt Willing to Negotiate With Ethiopia
Ethiopia committed to 'genuine negotiations with Egypt': Ethiopian minister
EU Cancels Observers Mission for Egypt Elections
Wall Street Journal
BRUSSELS—The European Union has canceled its observers mission for Egypt's upcoming presidential vote, citing local "administrative" obstacles that made it impossible for the bloc to send key equipment to their team of monitors. The decision is likely ...
EU to observe Egypt's presidential poll: PEC
EU cuts size of mission to monitor Egyptian election
EU declines to send observers to Egypt presidential polls
Egypt's Salafi party faces growing isolation
When Egypt's military intervened last summer to oust Mohamed Morsi, the country's first democratically elected president, al-Nour party was widely seen as a kingmaker. Al-Nour, Egypt's largest Salafi political party was the only religious party to ...
Across Egypt, 1 Question Today: What Time Is It?
Egypt's military-backed interim government announced its decision in May to move clocks ahead as a power-saving measure. Though Egypt first implemented daylight saving time in 1988, it too got ousted following the 2011 revolt that toppled autocrat ...
As Egypt suddenly flips to daylight saving time _ for a bit _ everyone asks ...
Egypt Sets Clocks Forward Amid Crippling Energy Crisis
In Egypt, explosion at pro-Sisi election rally injures 4
Los Angeles Times
A supporter of Egypt's former defense minister, Abdel Fattah Sisi, holds a campaign poster with the candidate's portrait at a rally in Cairo on Friday, the day before an explosion at another pro-Sisi rally. A supporter of Egypt's former defense ...
Egypt Tells 3 They Must Pay to See Evidence
New York Times
The three journalists have been jailed since December on charges that they formed an Islamist cell and conspired with the Muslim Brotherhood to broadcast false images of civil strife in Egypt. All three journalists worked for the English-language arm ...
Egypt trial of Al Jazeera journalists adjourned to May 22
Al-Jazeera reporter detained in Egypt appears in video
Jailed journalist says Egypt to blame if hunger strike kills him
Egypt Jails More Than 160 Muslim Brotherhood Supporters
(Reuters) - An Egyptian court jailed more than 160 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to up to 15 years in prison on Sunday, pressing a crackdown on the Islamist group before a presidential election former army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is expected to win.
Egypt courts convict 170 backers of ousted president in country's latest mass ...
U.S. News & World Report
Egyptians walk past a banner with a portrait of Egyptian Presidential hopeful Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi at a market in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, May 17, 2014. El-Sissi faces leftist Hamdeen Sabahi, who has the support of youth groups who led the 2011 ...
EU will not monitor Egypt vote after equipment blocked: official
State media have rallied behind Sisi, whom many Egyptians who see as the strongman capable of restoring stability to Egypt after three years of turmoil following the downfall of Hosni Mubarak in 2011 and the army-backed ousting of elected Islamist ...