Hamas Rebuffs Egypt Proposal for Extended Gaza Truce With Israel
Egyptian newspaper al-Shorouk reported on an 11-point proposal that included the opening of border crossings, coordination with the West Bank-based Palestinian Authority over the rebuilding of the Gaza Strip, the extension of the Gaza fishing zone, and ...
Palestinians: Deal unlikely by Monday on Egypt's 'final proposal' for Gaza
Abbas says Egyptian initiative only viable option for Israel-Gaza truce
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Egypt's Rabaa massacre: one year on
A year ago, Ahmed Husseini, an Egyptian student, lost seven of his best friends. Like many who survived the Rabaa massacre, he struggles with depression. He saw a psychologist for several months, but that didn't help. Last month he ended his engagement ...
Death Toll in Egypt Protests Rises to 5 Killed
Five Killed In Egypt At Anniversary Protests Of Rabaa Square Massacre
Three dead in Egypt clashes on crackdown anniversary
Egypt's Fondness for Foreigners
New York Times
That paragraph was written not by a modern Egyptian militant but by Nubar Pasha (1825-99), a Christian of Armenian descent, who was Egypt's first prime minister. Nubar served under six Egyptian rulers, including Muhammad Ali, who ruled for 43 years ...
Mummy-making in Egypt may be 1500 years older than we thought
Los Angeles Times
That's almost 2,000 years before prehistoric Europeans started work on Stonehenge, and about 1,500 years earlier than the art of mummification in Egypt was believed to have begun. "The science is very powerful and straightforward," said Stephen Buckley ...
Mummification in Egypt Began 1500 Years Earlier Than Previously Believed
After Human Rights Watch Report, Egypt Says Group Broke Law
New York Times
CAIRO — The government on Tuesday accused the nonprofit group Human Rights Watch of breaking the law, violating Egypt's sovereignty and insulting the judiciary after it issued a report criticizing top officials for the repeated mass shootings of ...
Egypt should be a pariah state for its bloody crackdown on dissent
Egypt massacre was premeditated, says Human Rights Watch
Egypt's Tiananmen massacre
Some combination of denial and fear led the Egyptian government to refuse my colleague and me entrance to the country on Sunday night. It was an unprecedented step. No one from Human Rights Watch had ever been barred from Egypt, even during the ...
Egypt's Salafist party dismisses HRW report as foreign meddling
One Year After the Massacre: Hope for Egypt?
Egypt's Qalaa Holdings Q1 net loss widens by 7 pct
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's Qalaa Holdings, formerly Citadel Capital, widened its first quarter net loss by 7 percent to 231.9 million Egyptian pounds (32.43 million US dollar) compared to the same period a year earlier, the firm said in a statement ...
Egypt's Qalaa Holdings Q1 net loss widens by 7%
Egypt: Police Arrest Suspect in Rape of Briton
The British citizen, who lives in Egypt, told police last week that the suspect had first verbally harassed her as she walked to the market in Qurna. On her way back, the suspect dragged her into a banana plantation and raped her under the threat of a ...
Re-writing Egypt's unforgettable history
On 11 August 2014, the authorities barred a Human Rights Watch delegation from entering Egypt and, according to local media, had them deported to New York and Paris. The delegates were going to announce the findings of their yearlong investigation into ...
Australian study finds Egyptian mummies may date back to 4500BC
Jones said the artefacts the team studied were excavated from tombs in Badari and Mostagedda in Egypt in the 1920s and 30s, and displayed in Britain's Bolton Museum. She visited the museum and found that the samples, some dating back to 4,500BC, had ...
Mummification started in Egypt '1500 years earlier than previously thought'
Egyptian Mummy-Making May Have Started Way Earlier Than Scientists Thought
Mummies in Egypt began long before Age of Pharoahs, study shows