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 ...
Egypt sentences five to death for policeman's murder
Deposed Egypt president's spokesman faces trial
Egypt is witnessing less freedom of expression than under Mubarak or Morsi ...
Libyan Militia Accuses Egypt, UAE of Airstrikes
Two unidentified airstrikes targeting Islamist militia positions in Libya's capital killed 15 fighters and wounded 30 on Saturday. A senior militia leader accused Egypt and the United Arab Emirates of being behind the attacks on their posts. The ...
Egypt calls for Gaza ceasefire as fighting rages
GAZA/CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt called on Israel and the Palestinians on Saturday to halt hostilities and resume peace talks, but both sides kept up attacks, including an Israeli air strike which destroyed a residential tower block in the center of Gaza City.
Egypt calls for immediate Gaza ceasefire
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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 ...
Egypt and Israel: United in a common cause?
They have been old adversaries and uneasy allies, but Egypt and Israel are finding more in common as they face up to domestic and regional challenges. Egypt is at the heart of mediation between Israel and Hamas as efforts continue to resolve the ...
Egypt-Gaza smuggling continues despite Egyptian crackdown
Egypt FM, UN chief discuss latest developments in Gaza
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
33 killed, over 40 injured in fatal Egypt bus crash
At least 33 dead in bus crash in Egypt's Sinai
The Times of Israel
Egypt feminist defecates on IS flag in the nude
The Times of Israel
A well known Egyptian social activist and blogger posted a photo to Facebook Saturday of herself and another unidentified women defecating and menstruating on an Islamic State flag while in the nude, in what appears to be a protest against the Islamist ...
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 ...
13.6 million cubic meters drilled as part of Suez Canal project
Exclusive: Militants, weapons transit Gaza tunnels despite Egyptian crackdown
That has allowed transports of weapons, building materials, medicine and food to continue to and from the small, coastal territory that is subject to blockade by both Israel and Egypt, tunnel operators say and Egyptian security sources acknowledge.
Iran lashes out at Egypt for blocking humanitarian aid to Gaza, Rafah closed
Norway, Egypt to host Gaza donor conference in Cairo
Militants, Weapons Transit Gaza Tunnels Despite Egyptian Crackdown
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