Egypt's elections: More of the same?
Egypt's upcoming presidential elections will pit military strongman Abdel Fattah el-Sisi against self-styled Nasserist contender Hamdeen Sabbahi. Only these two candidates remain after the Muslim Brotherhood was effectively eliminated from Egyptian ...
Egypt's Sisi vows Muslim Brotherhood 'will not exist'
Egypt's El-Sissi: Brotherhood Will Not Return
Egypt's Sisi says Muslim Brotherhood is finished
Al Jazeera journalist urges Egypt to free him
Elshamy was also heard saying that claims by Egyptian prosecutors that he wasn't on hunger strike were false and that he had filed seven statements with the authorities to officially document that he was. Since his hunger strike began 100 days ago, ...
Egypt's repression of free speech will inevitably fail
Al-Jazeera Reporter Held in Egypt Appeals to Judge
Peter Greste trial: Australian journalist detained in Egypt denounces 'injustice'
Egypt's 'Shut up your mouse, Obama' woman returns to scold the president once ...
The middle-aged woman, speaking to Al Arabiya News, accused Obama of meddling in Egypt's internal affairs, and denounced his support to ousted Egyptian President Mohammad Mursi and his now banned Muslim Brotherhood. Speaking very seriously ...
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 investigates suspected MERS coronavirus death
Authorities last week reported Egypt's first MERS case, a man who had recently returned from Saudi Arabia and was being treated at a hospital in Cairo. MERS has no vaccine or anti-viral treatment, but international and Saudi health authorities say it ...
Egypt probes first suspected Mers coronavirus death
MERS update: Egypt investigates first possible death, Saudi intensifies ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 programme to attract Gulf tourists
Egypt Launches “We Miss You” Ad Campaign To Lure Back Visitors
Egypt announces new plans to revive tourism
Egypt's al-Sissi says uncovered two assassination plots
Former army chief Abdel-Fattah al-Sissi gave the first TV interview of his campaign to become Egypt's next president on Monday, saying he decided to run because of the threats facing the nation after his removal of the country's first democratically ...
Egypt's "Obama Shut Up Your Mouse" Woman Is Sisi's Joe the Plumber
Egypt's presumptive next presidential candidate Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has taken up something of a Joe the Plumber figure of his own on the campaign trail: an unnamed, middle-aged Egyptian woman who became a viral video star among Arab speakers after ...