Egypt criminalizes dishonoring anthem, flag
CAIRO – Egypt's outgoing interim president issued a decree making dishonoring the Egyptian flag or not standing for the national anthem a criminal offense, punishable by sentences of up to one year in prison and a fine of more than $4,000, his ...
EVERYONE pitched in. The government closed schools two weeks early and declared a national holiday. The Morale Department of the Egyptian army dispatched trucks blaring patriotic songs. Church leaders, mosque loudspeakers and television ...
Egypt: Polls suggest ex-military chief el-Sisi wins presidency in a landslide
International Observers Find Egypt's Presidential Election Fell Short of Standards
Lack of opposition taints al-Sisi win in Egypt
International Business Times
Egypt: The youth win
Daily News Egypt
The pillars of Mubarak's regime and the aged forces of Egypt's counterrevolution were preparing to “impress the world” (as goes the rhetoric that is used in privately owned, pro-Mubarak media) by a historic turnout at and unprecedentedly long queues ...
Egypt's Latest Military Strongman
Egypt's Sisi Faces Tough Task to Fix Economy
Getting elected Egypt's president is nothing compared to fixing its economy
Egypt's Looted Antiquities
New York Times
Since 2011, Egypt's police force and other governmental authorities, overwhelmed by political upheaval, have let their protection of the country's thousands of archaeological sites and museums fall to a bare minimum. Looters have taken full advantage ...
Chile 3-2 Egypt: Alexis Sanchez inspires hosts to comeback win ahead of World ...
With 12 minutes to play, Sanchez split the Egyptian defence with an inch-perfect pass for Vargas to stroke home his second of the night. All smiles: Egypt's Ahmed Elmohamady (right) congratulates goalscorer Mohamed Salah (left). Back in it: Marcelo ...
Egypt squander two-goal lead to lose 3-2 at Chile in friendly
International Friendly: Chile 3 Egypt 2
Chile 3-2 Egypt: Alexis inspires thrilling comeback
Egypt's hotel made of salt
Egypt has traditionally attracted tourists with its ancient monuments and beach resorts, but Siwa Valley, a remote oasis in the west of the country, is an Egyptian tourist destination with a difference. Its main landmark is salt. Locals use it not just ...
Reclaiming Egypt's stolen history
The Hill (blog)
As Egypt's minister for Antiquities, it is my solemn duty to safeguard the artifacts that provide a window into the heritage of all civilization, as told through the events and peoples that have inhabited Egypt. From the ancient age of Pharaoh to the ...
eBay's Egyptian Tomb Robbers
Egypt steps up fight against antiquities thieves
Winning race to regain the state in Egypt
As expected, the Egyptian presidential elections ended with Field Marshal Abdul Fattah Al Sissi winning by a huge margin. The race was not about election programmes or any such agenda. It was about regaining the state, and stopping the malfunction.
Egypt opens tender to import fuel in July-Sept 2014 -official
CAIRO, May 31 (Reuters) - Egypt has launched a tender to import hundreds of thousands of tonnes of petroleum products in the third quarter of 2014, an energy official said on Saturday, as the country tries to stave off a summer energy crisis. Egypt's ...
Egypt launches tender to import energy products
Egypt opens new tender for summer petroleum imports
Video: Judge Jeanine slams Obama's policy on Egypt
Judge Jeanine Pirro, host of Fox News' political commentary show “Justice with Judge Jeanine,” has criticized President Barack Obama for not doing enough to support Egypt's new government against the Muslim Brotherhood. “Egypt is one quarter of the ...