Egypt Government Restores Daylight Saving Time
Egypt's interim government said Wednesday it is restoring daylight saving time this month to alleviate a crippling energy crisis, three years after previous officials abolished it. The energy crisis has recently deepened, with frequent blackouts in the ...
Egypt's future in the shadow of Nasser
Egyptian presidential candidate Sisi: Muslim Brotherhood 'finished'
US Sought Delay of Morsi's Ouster, Egyptian Leader Says
Egypt's Sisi goes into campaign mode, promises death of Brotherhood (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
He used the two-part interview to quash speculation over possible reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's largest Islamist movement, and lay the groundwork for austerity measures by sketching out the dire state of the Egyptian economy.
Egypt's Sisi says US asked him not to overthrow Islamist president
Egyptian TV inflames divisive politics
El Sisi says Egypt's recovery needs time and patience
Column: Don't legitimize Egypt's regime
The cameras have long gone from Tahrir and Rabaa Squares, and the crisis in Egypt is no longer making headlines. The world has tuned out, but that doesn't mean the violence and repression that have blighted the troubled Arab country since the popular ...
American Christians pledge solidarity with persecuted Christians in Egypt ...
Fox News (blog)
FILE -- Saturday, April 19, 2014: A Coptic Christian woman prays during an Easter Eve service presided over by Coptic Pope Tawadros II, at St. Mark's Cathedral, in Cairo, Egypt. an tradition Jesus was resurrected in Jerusalem two millennia ago.
US Christians pledge solidarity with endangered Mideast Christians
Egypt's el-Sisi vows to finish off the Muslim Brotherhood if elected
(CNN) -- Egypt's former military chief doesn't mince words when he describes what would happen if he wins this month's presidential vote. In a taped interview broadcast on Egyptian satellite networks Monday, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi vowed to finish off the ...
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 ...
The Daily Star
Egypt restores daylight saving time to deal with an energy crunch
CAIRO – Egypt's interim government said Wednesday it is restoring daylight saving time this month to alleviate a crippling energy crisis, three years after previous officials abolished it. The energy crisis has recently deepened, with frequent ...
Egypt to raise $2.5B for gas imports to end-year
Egypt to raise $2.5 bln for gas imports to end-year -official
U.S. Should Recognize General el-Sissi as Key to Egypt's Stability
U.S. News & World Report
Less than a week after al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahri called on jihadists to attack Egyptian security forces and in the wake of a series of bloody assaults in and around Cairo, the Obama administration has finally backed down and permitted Egypt the ...
Voice of America
US to Nominate Iraq Ambassador as Egypt Envoy
Voice of America
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration plans to nominate its ambassador in Iraq to be the new U.S. envoy in Cairo, U.S. officials said on Wednesday, as U.S.-Egyptian ties remain strained following the Egyptian army's ouster of an elected president last ...
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 ...
Deadly Attacks Heighten Tension in Egypt
Egypt: American on hunger strike in Cairo prison
Egyptian Governor Blames Obama for Burned Churches