Egypt court orders dozen more death penalties
An Egyptian court has sentenced 12 supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi to death on charges connected to the fatal shooting of a police general last year. Eight of them, including the man convicted of firing the fatal bullet, are in custody ...
12 Sentenced to Death for Killing Egypt Officer
Rape in Egypt: The Muslim Brotherhood 'Gets Even'
Egypt sentences 12 Islamists to death
Quora Question: How Engaged is the United States in Egypt?
Egypt and the USA need each other and the USA better make sure that Egypt feels both the pressure to reform and move forward while accepting our half of the partnership in helping Egypt move into the 21st century. I hope the USA keeps its eye on Egypt.
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 ...
Relics of 'End of World' Plague Excavated in Egypt
Ancient Plague Victims Found in Egypt
Ancient deadly plague remains discovered in Egypt may be smallpox victims
Al-Jazeera journalist greeted by cheers following release from Egyptian prison
An al-Jazeera Arabic service journalist who had been on hunger strike for more than four months to protest against his prolonged detention without charges in Egypt walked free on Tuesday to cheers. The mother, wife and brothers of 26-year-old Abdullah ...
Al-Jazeera Reporter in Egypt Freed After Hunger Strike
Egypt to Free Ill Journalist Who Staged Hunger Strike
Al-Jazeera reporter held in Egypt freed
Egypt's blackouts are here to stay
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak agreed that Egypt would sell gas to EMG at very cheap rates - far below what the gas was worth. Initial prices were set at $0.75- $1.5. And even after public opposition, the price only increased to $3. Salem and Maiman ...
Nile River: Egypt's artery in more ways than one
Egypt's Nile — celebrated, feared, embraced and revered for thousands of years — has been the lifeblood of civilization here for more than five millennia, connecting the depths of Africa to the Mediterranean Sea, inundating fields with rich, vital ...
Report: Al Jazeera Officially Shutting Down Its Offices in Egypt
Al Jazeera is officially shutting down what remains of its offices in Egypt, according to a Wednesday report by BuzzFeed. The Qatar-based network has been consistently targeted by the Egyptian government as press freedom grows increasingly rare in the ...
Hope for Australian Peter Greste as Egypt frees journalist
Detained Al-Jazeera reporter in Egypt goes free after hunger strike of over ...
Egypt frees Al Jazeera reporter on hunger strike
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's Al Sisi Swears in New Cabinet
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egypt's newly elected president Abdel Fattah Al Sisi formally swore in a new cabinet on Tuesday which retains key ministers who were installed after he led the ouster of Egypt's first democratically elected president last year. The 34-member ...
Egypt's president swears in new government
Egyptian Prime Minister Mahlab sworn in with new Cabinet
Egypt can become global digital hub—telecoms regulator chief
Asharq Alawsat English
Cairo, Asharq Al-Awsat—Egypt has the potential to become a regional and global digital communications hub, the chief executive of Egypt's telecoms regulator, the National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (NTRA), told Asharq Al-Awsat as the ...