Egypt Militants Claim Responsibility for 2 Attacks
The group has been behind the deadliest attacks against military and police installations in Egypt following the military overthrow of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi last year. Another new group, known as Egypt's Soldiers has claimed responsibility ...
A Voice of Dissent in Egypt Is Muffled, but Not Silent
Egypt: American on hunger strike in Cairo prison
Bombs, protests hit Egypt in run-up to presidential election
Egypt announces plans to revive flagging tourism sector
Egypt's Islamist insurgency has largely spared tourist sites, but on Friday suicide bombers hit near the tourist resort of Sharm El-Sheikh, killing a soldier and wounding at least eight other people. Three South Koreans were killed in February when a ...
Egypt Launches “We Miss You” Ad Campaign To Lure Back Visitors
Egypt Seeking GCC Investments for Tourism Industry, Zaazou Says
Zazou: Egypt safe travel destination for Arab tourists
Deadly Attacks Heighten Tension in Egypt
New York Times
CAIRO — Suicide bombers targeting a security checkpoint and a civilian bus killed at least two people in Egypt's southern Sinai region on Friday, while in the capital, a police officer was killed in an explosion that struck a traffic post, the ...
Attacks in Egypt Kill 5 Ahead of Presidential Vote
Suicide bombings in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula hit a police checkpoint and a passenger bus, and two Cairo bombings including one targeted police in new violence that killed at least five people Friday, a day before the start of campaigning in the country ...
King Tut replica tomb opens to public in Egypt
(CNN) -- It's not quite the Mummy Returns -- more like an attempt to stop the Mummy disappearing in the first place. Archeological experts have built an exact, full-sized replica of King Tutankhamun's tomb in Egypt, recreating every tiny detail to save ...
Exact replica of Tutankhamun's tomb unveiled in Egypt
Mysterious Buried Artifacts Discovered in Egypt's Valley of the Kings
King Tut tomb replica opens in Luxor
Looming Energy Crisis Again Confronts Egypt's Leaders
New York Times
CAIRO — A growing energy shortage that helped inflame the protests against President Mohamed Morsi before his ouster last year is returning to vex Egypt's new military-led government. Festering complaints by international energy companies that Egypt ...
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
Al-Jazeera Reporter Held in Egypt Appeals to Judge
Egypt disregards press freedom
A town of rutted roads is one of Egypt's most troublesome flashpoints
To many in Fayoum and in other stretches of Egypt's rural hinterland, where the conservative poor once formed the backbone of this nation's Islamist rise, democracy died with last summer's coup. Hopes were dashed. A familiar fear has settled in once again.
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Egypt's army expands economic power
Mass death sentences sign of Egypt decay: Activist
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
Egyptian former military chief launches presidential campaign
Hamdeen Sabahi, a Nasserist who came third in the first round of Egypt's 2012 presidential elections, used the first day of his campaign to try to establish clear ground between himself and the frontrunner Sisi. He promised to revoke a law that places ...