Egypt: American on hunger strike in Cairo prison
CAIRO — Pictures of Mohamed Soltan as an Ohio college student show a brawny athlete with a toothy grin and large-framed glasses. Now, the 26-year-old graduate, a dual U.S.-Egyptian citizen, is withering away on a hunger strike in a Cairo area prison.
Attacks in Egypt Kill 5 Ahead of Presidential Vote
Bombs, protests hit Egypt in run-up to presidential election
Deadly Attacks Heighten Tension in Egypt
A Voice of Dissent in Egypt Is Muffled, but Not Silent
New York Times
Abdul-Fattah el-Sisi — the military leader who ousted Egypt's first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi — to the exalted rank of field marshal even though he has never entered a battlefield. Mr. Fadl has likened Mr. Sisi, who has since ...
Peter Greste trial: Australian journalist detained in Egypt denounces 'injustice'
Jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste has described his ordeal on trial in Egypt as a "massive injustice", after spending more than four months in jail. Greste is on trial with 19 co-defendants, including five Al Jazeera journalists, for allegedly ...
Greste and colleagues denied bail in Egypt
AJ staff denied bail on press freedom day
Canadian reporter jailed in Egypt appeals to judge on World Press Freedom Day
US is abetting chaos in Egypt
FOR MONTHS, the Obama administration has been pleading with Egypt's military government to take minimal steps to justify the full resumption of U.S. aid, including the release of imprisoned foreign journalists and secular pro-democracy activists.
US worries its aid to Egypt may be misdirected
Egypt presidential candidates launch campaign
Campaigning for Egypt's presidential election has opened as the country gears up for its first elections since Mohamed Morsi was ousted by the military last July. Former army chief Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and leftist politician Hamdeen Sabahi are ...
Egypt can invade Algeria in three days, Al-Sisi warns
Sabahi vows to revoke protest law if he becomes Egypt's president
Egypt: Presidential campaigning gets underway
Activists Warn Egypt's Historical Sites Will Be Destroyed If Government Doesn ...
On Sunday, she and around 10 other activists will ask Egypt's public prosecutor to take on their case against the heads of Cairo's historic districts and the Cairo Governorate, a municipality of more than 8 million people that includes the area ...
Sen. Leahy blocks US aid to Egypt to protest nation's 'appalling abuse of ...
The Obama administration's plan to keep military aid flowing to Egypt ran into significant opposition Tuesday as a key senator blocked the next batch of shipments and other lawmakers criticized the White House for not responding more forcefully to the ...
Military Aid for Egyptians Loses Support in the Senate
US Urges Egypt To Reverse Death Sentence Of 683 Muslim Brotherhood ...
US senator to block sending foreign aid to Egyptian military over 'sham trial'
Why the United States shouldn't support Egypt's ruling generals
One wonders how much further the United States will allow itself to be dragged down into the deepening abyss that is today's Egypt. Those in the Obama administration and Congress who favor continued U.S. military aid to the dictatorship in Cairo insist ...
102 Muslim Brotherhood backers get 10 years in prison in Egypt
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO -- Reflecting the Egyptian judiciary's growing role in a wide-ranging crackdown against opponents of the interim government, a criminal court on Saturday sentenced more than 100 alleged supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood to 10 years in prison.
5 dead in explosions, clashes involving anti-government protesters in Egypt
(CNN) -- A spate of deadly explosions rocked Egypt on Friday, the latest violence in the tumultuous Middle East nation, state news reported. Three of the blasts occurred in the capital of Cairo, including one near a metro station in Ramses that killed ...