Dozens killed in Egyptian bus crash
At least 33 people were killed when two buses collided near a popular Red Sea resort in Egypt early on Friday, in the country's worst road accident in nearly two years. The buses were coming from opposite directions when they collided on a main road ...
Egypt tour bus collision kills 33 near Sharm El-Sheikh
Egypt tour bus crash kills 33 in South Sinai
33 killed, over 40 injured in fatal Egypt bus crash
Middle East Eye
Blackouts in Egypt Prompt Accusations
New York Times
CAIRO — Facing the most severe summer power shortages in recent memory, with blackouts shutting factories, crippling small businesses and darkening some homes for more than 12 hours a day, Egyptian officials blamed supporters of the deposed Islamist ...
Pro-Morsi protester killed in Egypt's Minya as small blast hits Cairo
Egypt: Summer of Discontent as Blackouts Frustrate Public
Pro-Morsi protester killed in Egypt's Minya
Egypt's Generals Want a New Canal
General Kamel el-Wazeer, the head of the Egyptian military's Engineering Authority, recently stood on the banks of what he hopes will be a second lane of the Suez Canal. “The entirety of Egypt and the whole world” will benefit from this project, he ...
43 companies have started work on new Suez Canal project: Egyptian military
13.6 million cubic meters drilled as part of Suez Canal project
Egypt tourist bus crash leaves 33 dead and 41 injured
Two tour buses have collided near Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt's Sinai peninsula, leaving 33 people dead and 41 injured, officials say. One of the vehicles overturned in the crash which happened early in the morning about 50km (31 miles) from the popular ...
Egyptian cleric says men are allowed to spy on women in the shower
In recent years, oddball clerics in Egypt have regularly been ridiculed for hardline statements. One called for the destruction of Pharaonic icons, while another said Muslims should not drive Christian priests to church. But such pronouncements are ...
Sisi's Government Clings To Debt To Pull Egypt's Oil & Gas From The Brink
The Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC), the country's state-owned oil company, is in the market for a $1.5bn loan. It will use the funds to reduce its vast debts to international energy companies operating in Egypt for unpaid-for petroleum ...
Egypt imposes property tax on oil and gas fields
Exclusive: Militants, weapons transit Gaza tunnels despite Egyptian crackdown
While tunnels used by Gaza's dominant Hamas militants to infiltrate Israel were a priority target of an Israeli offensive in the Palestinian enclave this summer, many smuggling conduits into Egypt have skirted detection. That has allowed transports of ...
Iran lashes out at Egypt for blocking humanitarian aid to Gaza, Rafah closed
Norway, Egypt to host Gaza donor conference in Cairo
Norway, Egypt Plan Gaza Donor Conference
The Maritime Executive
Israel Nears Gas Sales to Egypt as Mideast Unrest Flares
The talks come as Israel resumes air strikes on Gaza after Hamas, which the U.S. and the European Union classify as a terrorist group, fired rockets following a breakdown in Egypt's efforts to broker a cease-fire. The move is all the more improbable ...
Israeli Natural Gas Exports To Egypt: Now A Distinct Possibility
Israeli gas to reach global markets via Egypt pipelines
Why Egypt's military orchestrated a massacre
Washington Post (blog)
The Rabaa massacre of Aug. 14, 2013, was Egypt's Tiananmen Square. Egyptian security forces killed at least 817 people on a single day at Rabaa al-Adawiya Square alone, and more than 1,000 when including the number of casualties across Egypt.
Report: At least 38 killed after tourist buses crash in Egypt
(CNN) -- At least 38 people were killed and 41 injured early Friday when two tourist buses crashed in northeastern Egypt, the country's semi-official news website Al-Ahram Online reported. The two buses in the governorate of South Sinai were carrying ...