Remains of 'end of the world' epidemic found in ancient Egypt
Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of an epidemic in Egypt so terrible that one ancient writer believed the world was coming to an end. Working at the Funerary Complex of Harwa and Akhimenru in the west bank of the ancient city of Thebes ...
Remains of 'End of World' Plague Excavated in Egypt
Cyprian Plague victims unearthed in Egypt: Burnt corpses reveal a 3rd century ...
Remains of Apocalyptic Plague Unearthed in Egypt
Egypt to Free Ill Journalist Who Staged Hunger Strike
New York Times
CAIRO — Prosecutors will release a hunger-striking journalist, Abdullah Elshamy, because of his deteriorating health, the Egyptian state news media said on Monday, offering a concession on the treatment of one of more than 16,000 prisoners detained ...
"I won": Al-Jazeera reporter held in Egypt freed after hunger strike
Al Jazeera Reporter in Egypt Freed After Hunger Strike
Canadian reporter detained in Egypt hopeful after colleague's release
Egypt's new government sworn in by Sisi
A veteran politician who was serving as Egypt's interim prime minister has been sworn in as the head of a new cabinet by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in his first major decision since his election victory last month. Ibrahim Mahlab was re-appointed ...
Egypt swears in new government to tackle economic woes
Egypt's sexual harassment scandal and a TV act
What's new in Egypt's new Cabinet
Egypt Policeman Killed in Clashes With Islamists
Clashes between Egyptian security forces and Islamist supporters of deposed President Mohammed Morsi on Monday left one policeman dead in southern Cairo, the Interior Ministry said in a statement. The ministry said that security forces clashed with ...
2 Christians kidnapped Egypt's Sinai Peninsula
Egypt police confiscate rights group's publication
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's president swears in new government
In this photo provided by Egypt's state news agency MENA, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, right, listens to Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab, during a swearing-in ceremony for new cabinet ministers at the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt ...
Egypt's Al Sisi Swears in New Cabinet
Egypt's new Cabinet sworn in by president as premier promises to build 'strong ...
Traces of 'End of the World' Epidemic Found in Egypt
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Egypt to release Al Jazeera's Elshamy
Commenting on the Egyptian prosecutor general's statement, a spokesman for Al Jazeera said: "This is a relief rather than a cause for celebration. Abdullah has been through a terrible ordeal for over 10 months. He'll want to spend time with his family ...
Canadian reporter jailed in Egypt confident he'll be freed soon
In this Thursday, May 15, 2014 file photo, from left, Mohammed Fahmy, Canadian-Egyptian acting bureau chief of Al-Jazeera, Australian correspondent Peter Greste, and Egyptian producer Baher Mohamed appear in a defendant's cage along with several ...
AU ends Egypt, Guinea Bissau suspension after elections
Egypt held an election in May after it was suspended from all the activities of the African body when the military overthrew the elected president, Islamist Mohamed Mursi, in July last year. Guinea Bissau also held a vote in May after a military takeover.
African Union set to restore Egypt's membership
Egypt welcomes AU decision to reinstate membership
UPDATE 1-AU ends Egypt, Guinea Bissau suspension after elections