Egypt: Israel, Hamas to Extend Temporary Truce
Israel and Hamas agreed to extend a temporary cease-fire for five days, Egyptian and Palestinian officials announced Wednesday, permitting the sides to continue to negotiate a substantive deal to end the war in Gaza. Yet even as the extension was ...
Israel not taking Jordan, Egypt, and the Saudi's belated criticism too seriously
Canadian doctor who was detained in Egypt denied entry to Israel
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Egypt's Mubarak tells Cairo court his conscience is clear
The political demise of Mursi and his Muslim Brotherhood at the hands of the military means voices more sympathetic to the former airforce officer are now being heard. Mubarak used his testimony, which was beamed live into millions of homes across ...
Egypt's Mubarak denies killing protesters
Mubarak Tells Court He Gave All For Egypt
Mubarak defends his leadership of Egypt
Egypt is in the grip of a violent tyranny – with the west's backing
Mohamed Morsi supporters run from teargas near Rabaa al-Adawiya Square. 'This was no heavy-handed response to an aggressive demonstration, but a planned campaign of terror against opponents of the new regime.' Photograph: Mohamed ...
After Human Rights Watch Report, Egypt Says Group Broke Law
Egypt should be a pariah state for its bloody crackdown on dissent
Egypt's Rabaa Massacre of 1000 Morsi Supporters Went 'According to Plan'
Palestinian bomb disposal experts also killed as they defused Israeli missile
One child was killed and two others were wounded when a rocket landed on their home in an Egyptian town near the border with Gaza, security and medical sources said tonight. Sara Salama, 13, died in el-Mattallah, south of Rafah, while her eight-year ...
Israel and Hamas to extend temporary truce, Egypt says
Egypt's Leader in Russia for Talks on Arms, Trade
Egypt was Moscow's closest Arab ally in the 1950s and '60s, when nationalist leader Gamal Abdel-Nasser turned from U.S. support to win Soviet backing for his drive to modernize the country and the military. The Egyptians partnered with the Soviets to ...
Russia, Egypt looking to create a free trade zone - Putin
Putin promises to develop weapons trade with Egypt
Russia to boost trade with Egypt after Western food ban
Ibrahim Halawa wants to return to Ireland to sit his Leaving Certificate ...
The Leaving Certificate student from Dublin has been detained in Egypt for almost a year after taking part in a Muslim Brotherhood demonstration in Cairo in August last year. He is one of 483 defendants who was brought before the court hearing today.
Family of Irish teenager caged for 12 months in Egypt fear he will be ...
Family fearful for teen son in mass Egypt trial
The world needs a freer, better Egypt
Kansas City Star
Egypt, the heart of the Arab world, could and should be a major player today in finding resolution to all of the chaos and violence in the Middle East today. Instead, it is returning to the kind of repressive, police-state ways it experienced under ...
A year ago, Egypt carried out a massacre on the scale of Tiananmen Square
Egypt Accuses Human Rights Watch of Violating Its Sovereignty After Damning ...
A stranger in the motherland
Wall Street Journal
Russia Greets Egypt's Al Sisi With Arms Display
Wall Street Journal
Before sitting down for talks, Mr. Putin showed his Egyptian guest a cross-country ski center built for the Winter Olympics held in Sochi last February. Russia has been seeking through military and economic cooperation to expand its influence with ...
Egypt seeks balance of ties with world powers
People's Daily Online
CAIRO, Aug. 13 -- Egypt is currently seeking closer ties and further cooperation with Russia as part of the North African country's foreign policy to balance its ties with the world powers, say Egyptian analysts. On Wednesday, Egyptian President Abdel ...
One Year After Egypt's Rab'a Massacre, US Still Funding Repression
Egypt Asks Russia for Anti-Tank Missiles, Warplanes
Putin Speeding Up Delivery of Arms to Egypt
Egypt massacre was premeditated, says Human Rights Watch
The 195-page investigation based on interviews with 122 survivors and witnesses has found Egypt's police and army "systematically and deliberately killed largely unarmed protesters on political grounds" in actions that "likely amounted to crimes ...