Egyptian presidential candidate Sisi: Muslim Brotherhood 'finished'
Los Angeles Times
Sisi, the former defense minister who has been Egypt's de facto leader for the last 10 months, said it would not be possible for the Brotherhood, once Egypt's largest political movement, to reenter political life. The group has been formally branded a ...
Egypt's elections: More of the same?
Presidential Campaigning Begins In Egypt
Egypt's el-Sisi vows to finish off the Muslim Brotherhood if elected
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 ...
US worries its aid to Egypt may be misdirected
Los Angeles Times
The Egyptian military recently used American-made Apache helicopter gunships to fire rockets into houses in the Sinai Peninsula, the latest in a series of lethal raids targeting a little-known Al Qaeda-inspired group that has bombed civilians. The ...
Terrorist bombings prompt updates on UK travel advice to Egypt
Bomb blasts push FCO to change Egypt travel advice
FCO updates Egypt travel advice following latest bombings
Look who tried to kill Egypt's presidential frontrunner
In February, WND reported thousands of foreign jihadists were attempting to infiltrate Egypt, stoking fears of a coming destabilization campaign akin to the insurgency in Syria, according to informed Middle Eastern security officials. The officials ...
El-Sissi Pushes Egyptians to Line up Behind Him
In his campaign for president, Egypt's former army chief is casting himself as a strong-handed disciplinarian able to solve the nation's mounting problems and turmoil with good planning and efficiency, swinging between big-hearted shows of sympathy for ...
The Star Online
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
Why the United States shouldn't support Egypt's ruling generals
Egypt's Sinai hit by double suicide bombing
Egypt bars Mubarak-era leaders from elections
An Egyptian court has banned leaders of former president Hosni Mubarak's political party from running in any elections. A Cairo Court ruled on Tuesday that leaders from Mubarak's National Democratic Party (NDP) could not run in any presidential, ...
Al Jazeera journalist urges Egypt to free him
Detained Al Jazeera journalist, Abdullah Elshamy, has demanded that he be immediately released by the authorities in Egypt where he has been incarcerated since August last year. Journalists covering Elshamy's court hearing on Saturday recorded him as ...
Peter Greste trial: Australian journalist detained in Egypt denounces 'injustice'
Al-Jazeera Reporter Held in Egypt Appeals to Judge
Al-Jazeera journalists denied bail
US clears aid for Egypt
Los Angeles Times
Kerry told Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy in a phone call that he believes Egypt is entitled to the aid because it is “sustaining the strategic relationship with the United States” and carrying out its obligations under the Egypt-Israel Peace ...
Egypt court bans Mubarak-era leaders from running in elections
But Egypt's democratic transition since has run aground, critics say, by the banning of the Muslim Brotherhood after the army's ouster of freely elected Islamist president Mohamed Mursi in 2013 and broad crackdown on Islamist and liberal opposition.