Egypt says it has new 'vision' for Ethiopia's dam
Egypt's Irrigation Minister Hossam El-Moghazi told privately owned Mehwar channel that Egypt has a new "vision" regarding Ethiopia's planned Grand Renaissance Dam ahead of another round of talks in the Sudanese capital. In a phone interview, ...
Hamas Rejects Egyptian Proposal for Long-Term Gaza Truce
“The Egyptian proposals for a permanent cease-fire agreement with Israel are rejected,” Hamas official Izzat al-Resheq said yesterday in a post on his personal Facebook page. “What was presented to the Palestinian side, up until the last moment before ...
Palestinians: Egypt seeking extension of cease-fire for talks
Egypt's proposal, bad for both sides, means the conflict may end with no deal
Palestinian divisions emerge in Israel-Gaza truce talks in Egypt
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 ...
Ibrahim Halawa on hunger strike in Egyptian jail
An Irish teenager who has spent a year in jail in Egypt after he was arrested during a siege at a mosque has begun a hunger strike, his family has said. Ibrahim Halawa was detained with three of his sisters when they were caught up in the Al-Fath ...
Irish teen imprisoned in Egypt goes on hunger strike
Blair urged to help Irish teen facing death penalty in Egypt
A year behind bars: Ibrahim Halawa
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 ...
Viewpoint: Egypt returning to its former repressive ways
Death Toll in Egypt Protests Rises to 5 Killed
Three dead in Egypt clashes on crackdown anniversary
Assassination attempt on Zamalek soccer president in Egypt
Fox News Latino
A group of gunmen on Sunday tried to assassinate the president of Egypt's Zamalek soccer club, Mortada Mansur, who emerged unscathed although a journalist and a worker for the organization were wounded, Mansur told Efe by telephone. "At 3 a.m., when ...
Zamalek chairman Mortada Mansour survives apparent assassination attempt
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
A Year Later, Protest's Bloody End Divides Egypt
Egypt massacre was premeditated, says Human Rights Watch
Kuwait News Agency
Al-Sisi meets with US Congressman Darrell Issa
Daily News Egypt
Issa and Al-Sisi also discussed the turmoil in Sinai and along the Libya-Egypt border, and looked into how to “fight terrorism”. Issa added that he and his fellow congressmen will look into providing Egypt with more aid in light of “the terrorism ...
Violent clashes in Egypt set streets on fire
Egypt's Sisi 'welcome' in Washington
Egypt president Sisi meets with US congressman on bilateral ties
The Daily Star
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 ...
Egypt: Police arrest suspect in rape of British citizen near ancient city of Luxor
Meet the American Who Wants to Save Egypt's Bread
The rising price of bread was one reason Hosni Mubarak lost power in Egypt. Food inflation is one reason his replacement, Mohammed Morsi, also lost the job. "Egypt is the largest importer of wheat in the world, but they have to buy it on the spot ...