Egyptian Tourism's Message to World: Come Anyway
New York Times
For three years now, political turmoil has scared many travelers away from Egypt, leaving millions of people whose livelihoods depend on visitors desperate for any sign of an end to the most sustained tourism crisis anyone here can recall. At Cosmos, a ...
Egypt's El-Sissi Tells Media Not to Push Freedoms
Egypt's top presidential candidate, the former military chief, warned newspaper editors not to press issues of freedoms of speech and other rights or campaign for democratic reforms, saying demands and protests jeopardize national security and that ...
Egypt's Sisi turns Islam on the Islamists
Investing in Egypt
Graffiti artists unite against Egypt's presidential hopeful Abdel Fatah al-Sisi
Egypt and Israel to reach another gas deal
The owners of an Israeli gas field have reached an agreement to export trillions of cubic feet of natural gas through Egypt, a lucrative but politically sensitive deal which the Egyptian cabinet quickly denied would ever happen. Noble Energy, the ...
Israeli Offshore Natural Gas Is Headed to Egypt
Tamar and Leviathan look to Egypt gas link
Israel gas field partners sign LOI on exports to Egypt LNG plants
Egypt: Hearts and minds betrayed
The US Department of State's recent decision to partially reinstate military aid to Egypt marks the beginning of the end of the battle for hearts and minds on the Arab street. What do these actions say about the commitment of the United States to ...
Tomb dating back to 1100 BC found in Egypt
CAIRO – Archeologists have found a tomb dating back to around 1100 B.C. south of Cairo, Egypt's Antiquities Ministry said Thursday. Antiquities Minister Mohamed Ibrahim said that the tomb belongs to a guard of the army archives and royal messenger to ...
Egypt Tourism Ministry tells world to ignore the bombs and come anyway
Ramesside tomb of Egypt's royal ambasador discovered at Saqqara
Archeologists Find Tomb Dating Back To 1100 BC In Egypt
Egypt set to reject US in favor of Russia
WASHINGTON – The United States stands to lose its alliance with Egypt as Cairo turns to Russia for support, a development that would have major geo-political and strategic consequences, according to a team of national security experts who just returned ...
Egypt's Three-Headed Terrorism Threat
Senate subcommittee chairman blocks $650 million in aid for Egypt
Los Angeles Times
... a key Senate panel blocks $650 million in military aid for Egypt. The chairman of a key Senate panel Tuesday blocked $650 million in military aid for Egypt in a sign of Washington's ambivalence over support for the authoritarian military government ...
Egypt Government Restores Daylight Saving Time
Egypt's future in the shadow of Nasser
Egypt's Sisi vows Muslim Brotherhood 'will not exist'
Egypt girl's death after genital excision leads to unprecedented trial
Los Angeles Times
DEYARB BOQTARES, Egypt — By all accounts, Soheir Bataa was a bright and lively girl. At 13, she was diligent in her schoolwork, with her math teacher recalling an eager pupil. On her run-down street in this Nile Delta village, she could often be seen ...
Body of South African tourist washes ashore in southern Egypt after her boat ...
CAIRO – Security officials in Egypt say the body of a South African tourist has been found after her boat cruising the Nile capsized during a storm. Officials say the body of a 51-year-old South African woman washed ashore Thursday near the village of ...
Hunting for Guns and Drugs in Upper Egypt
Somewhere ahead lies one of the most notorious villages in the Sa'id, Egypt's south. The village, Hamradoum, is regarded as a center of the Sa'id's arms and drugs trafficking. Locals refer to it and surrounding villages as the “circle of blood and fire.
Tea and Guns with the Sa'idi of Egypt