Death by balcony in Egypt
When news first broke of the sudden death of prolific Egyptian blogger Bassem Sabry on April 30, Egyptian society was both shocked and grief-stricken. Sabry was just 31 years old, but the nation had lost a strong advocate for democracy and civil rights ...
Egypt Stock Market Plunges on Reports of New Taxes
Egypt's stock market witnessed a sharp plunge Sunday that forced a temporary suspension of trading after reports of a newly proposed government tax on capital gains which experts said was hardly explained to investors. The half-hour suspension on the ...
Egypt's hotel made of salt
Egypt has traditionally attracted tourists with its ancient monuments and beach resorts, but Siwa Valley, a remote oasis in the west of the country, is an Egyptian tourist destination with a difference. Its main landmark is salt. Locals use it not just ...
Egypt criminalizes dishonoring anthem, flag
CAIRO – Egypt's outgoing interim president issued a decree making dishonoring the Egyptian flag or not standing for the national anthem a criminal offense, punishable by sentences of up to one year in prison and a fine of more than $4,000, his ...
Smugglers Kill 6 Soldiers in Egypt Gunbattle
Egypt: Men sentenced to death were 'demons', says court
Egypt makes disrespecting the flag a crime
Egypt's Latest Military Strongman
New York Times
There was never any suspense about who would win Egypt's presidential election last week. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, until recently the military chief and controlling force behind the government, always had the upper hand — the army's loyalty, the ...
Egypt stock market plunges after election
Egypt: The youth win
Egypt rejects appeal of defeated presidential candidate
How Sisi plotted to become Egypt's president - even while Hosni Mubarak was in ...
Egypt's new strongman drew up a blueprint for the army to seize power in case of a revolution against ex-president Hosni Mubarak as long ago as 2010, senior advisers have revealed. Abdulfattah el-Sisi, who won 97 per cent of the vote in last week's ...
Robert Fisk: Alaa al-Aswany, Egypt's greatest living novelist, knows Sisi is ...
Three E's: Egypt, elections,and energy
Egypt court adjourns murder trial of 'smiling' Mubarak
Egypt turns to technology in effort to protect ancient treasures from looters
It's exactly the kind of looting that worries Mohamed Ibrahim Ali, Egypt's minister of state for antiquities. "The objects that are stolen from museums are easier to track because they are registered," Ibrahim said, referring to artefacts taken from ...
Reclaiming Egypt's stolen history
EVERYONE pitched in. The government closed schools two weeks early and declared a national holiday. The Morale Department of the Egyptian army dispatched trucks blaring patriotic songs. Church leaders, mosque loudspeakers and television ...
Egypt: Polls suggest ex-military chief el-Sisi wins presidency in a landslide
Will New President El-Sissi Turn Back Clock on Egypt's Democracy?
Lack of opposition taints al-Sisi win in Egypt
Witnesses Undermine Egypt's Case Against Al Jazeera Journalists
A key part of the prosecution case against three Al Jazeera journalists being tried in Egypt was undermined in a hearing today when witnesses contradicted previously submitted written testimony. The three Al Jazeera English employees — Australian ...
Egypt adjourns Al Jazeera staff court hearing
Trial Of Al Jazeera Journalists In Egypt Becomes Even More Surreal
Egypt postpones Al Jazeera journalists' trial to June 5
Middle East Monitor
Following presidential elections, UAE and Saudi Arabia to provide Egypt with ...
Middle East Monitor
General Sisi The United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will provide Egypt with up to $20 billion in a new aid package to be negotiated following the inauguration of the new president, a senior government official told Al-Masry Al-Youm ...
Saudi and UAE ready $20bn boost for Egypt's El-Sisi
Egypt opens tender to import fuel in July-Sept 2014 -official
Egypt ... another day