Egypt Bars Entry for 2 Staff Members of Human Rights Watch
New York Times
CAIRO — Security officials have refused to allow two senior staff members from the New York-based advocacy group Human Rights Watch to enter Egypt, where the two were to release the findings of the group's yearlong investigation into mass killings of ...
Human Rights Watch director barred from Egypt
Human Rights Watch executives barred from entering Egypt to present report
HRW chief denied entry to Egypt
Texas Energy Company Worker Killed in Egypt
Egyptian security officials, who asked for anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media, said Sunday that investigations were ongoing to determine who was behind the death of the man. The American had been killed by gunfire, they ...
Apache Corp. loses American worker in Egypt
Houston energy company worker killed in Egypt
Gaza conflict: Fresh talks begin in Egypt
Indirect talks between Israeli and Palestinian negotiators aimed at finding a long-term solution to the conflict in Gaza have begun in Cairo, according to Egyptian state media. The fresh discussions come amid a new three-day ceasefire agreed between ...
Keeping Egypt's Gaza response in context
Egypt Pushes for Longer Gaza Truce as UN Panel Named
Gaza talks resume in Egypt as new truce holds
Israel, Hamas Accept Egyptian Cease-Fire Proposal
The truce took effect at midnight (2101 GMT), preceded by heavy rocket fire toward Israel. In Cairo, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry said the cease-fire would allow humanitarian aid into battered Gaza neighborhoods and the reopening of indirect talks on ...
Agreeing to More Talks in Egypt, Israelis and Palestinians Begin Latest Cease-Fire
Report: Egypt proposes compromise offer to Israel, Palestinians on Gaza conflict
Gaza conflict: Israel, Palestinians accept Egypt proposal for 72-hour ceasefire
Egypt court dissolves Muslim Brotherhood's political party
CAIRO – Egypt's highest administrative court dissolved Saturday the political party of the banned Muslim Brotherhood and ordered its assets liquidated, in the latest move against the 86-year old Islamist group. The decision against the Freedom and ...
Egypt's 'first nationwide student newspaper' launched in wake of revolution
At the moment, The Insider may be the most powerful, pervasive student newspaper in all of Egypt. Four years ago, it didn't even exist. Started by a single student in January 2011 at German University in Cairo (GUC) amid the backdrop of rising protests ...
Wall Street Journal
Egypt Court Dissolves Muslim Brotherhood Party
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egypt's administrative court on Saturday dissolved the political party of the banned Muslim Brotherhood and ordered its assets liquidated, the state news agency reported. The decision against the Freedom and Justice Party comes after a ...
Egypt's court dissolves Muslim Brotherhood party
Egypt dissolves Brotherhood's political wing
Egypt court bans Muslim Brotherhood's political wing
Egypt reclaims role as Arabs' indispensable nation with Gaza talks
(CNN) -- President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt is on a mission -- to return his country to its rightful place as the "indispensable" Arab state after what he saw as the dangerous chaos of Muslim Brotherhood rule under his predecessor, Mohamed Morsy.
Zombies Stalk Egypt Uncensored as El-Sisi Critics Silenced
Voice of America
Egypt Bars Human Rights Activists Ahead of Critical Report
Voice of America
The rights activists had flown to Egypt for release of the report marking a year since at least 1,150 protesters were killed demonstrating against the army's overthrow of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi. The protesters had been camped out around Cairo ...
Putin to host meeting with Egypt's Sisi in Moscow
Last week Russia's envoy to the UN, Vitaly Churkin made a statement on Russia's appreciation of Egypt's peacemaking role in the Gaza crisis and said that Cairo's ceasefire plan can be used as a framework for future mutually acceptable agreements and ...
Putin, al-Sisi to discuss Russia-Egypt economic cooperation, international issues