10 Islamists Sentenced to Death in Egypt
An Egyptian court sentenced 10 Islamist supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood movement to death in absentia Saturday on charges of inciting violence and blocking a road last July. Judge Hassan Fareed, presiding over a ...
Egypt court sentences 10 Brotherhood supporters to death - sources
10 Muslim Brotherhood supporters sentenced to death in Egypt
US backing for Egypt's military is dangerous
Exclusive: Egypt turns to Western advisers, signaling possible reforms - sources
If Egypt were to accept reforms proposed by U.S. consultancy Strategy& and international investment bank Lazard, this could be used as a basis for reopening talks on a loan deal with the International Monetary Fund which ousted Islamist President ...
Egypt gears for Al-Sisi's inauguration as foreign delegations arrive
Sisi to be sworn in as Egypt president
Egypt on high alert ahead of Sisi's inauguration
Egypt court overturns detainee tear-gas death sentence
An appeals court in Cairo has overturned the conviction of four Egyptian policemen over the deaths of 37 detainees last August. The deputy chief of Heliopolis police station Lt Col Amr Farouk was given 10 years in March for involuntary manslaughter and ...
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Clinton Describes Daylight With Obama on Egypt
Distancing herself from some of the Obama administration's handling of the Arab Spring, Hillary Rodham Clinton says in her upcoming book that she pushed for Hosni Mubarak to transition power to his successor but was overruled by President Barack ...
Clinton details differences with Obama on settlements, Egypt
Egypt criminalizes sexual harassment
(CNN) -- Egypt's outgoing interim president issued a decree criminalizing sexual harassment to combat the widespread abuse of women in the country, a spokesman said Friday. President Adly Mansour issued the country's first law that explicitly uses the ...
Egypt criminalises sexual harassment for first time
Egypt brings in new sexual harassment laws
Adly Mansour: first Egypt president to enjoy 'safe' exit
Egypt ups efforts to protect cultural heritage
On Saturday (7.06.2014), the trial of the research team - made up of three Germans and their six Egyptian assistants - got underway in Cairo. They are accused of vandalism offenses in the Great Pyramid of Giza, and at worst, could face between three ...
Egypt bans unlicensed preachers, tightens grip on mosques
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has banned unauthorized preachers from giving sermons or teaching Islam in mosques and other public places, according to a decree on Saturday marking a further step in official efforts to curb Islamist influence. The decree ...
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Egypt offers to permanently reopen Gaza crossing
The Times of Israel
Egypt said it was prepared to permanently reopen the Rafah crossing with the Gaza Strip under the condition that it would be supervised by the new Palestinian unity government, a senior Egyptian official said Saturday. The official added that Egypt ...
Egypt 'willing' to re-open Rafah crossing permanently
Egypt Willing to Give PLO Unity Government Gaza Border
Egypt says Israel should abide by rules of int'l law, UN resolutions
Mapping the media in Sisi's Egypt
From the Arab Spring to the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood and their eventual overthrow, the media in Egypt was rife with conflict and controversy. Not so the presidential election that returned Abdel Fattah el-Sisi as Egypt's new president on June 3.
UAE Urges Egypt to Trim Budget as Gulf Aid Pours In
The United Arab Emirates, which is backing Egypt with billions of dollars in aid, said its ally needs to shore up public finances and invest in infrastructure to revive an economy battered by unrest. Sultan Al Jaber, the U.A.E. minister overseeing ...
UPDATE 1-Egypt, UAE choose army-linked company to build wheat silos
Egypt, UAE choose army-linked company to build wheat silos