Egypt heightens surveillance of online communication
See Egypt, the sister firm of U.S.-based Blue Coat, has already started monitoring Egypt's online communications after winning the contract this summer, beating out two other security firms: British Gamma System, and the Israeli-founded Narus System, ...
Egypt's interior ministry says didn't contract company for online monitoring
Egypt starts monitoring online communications
[Update]Egypt Spies on Your Social Media
Egypt launches deep-packet inspection system with help from an American ...
A Buzzfeed report seems to have caught the Egyptian government in the act, confirming that the country is currently installing a new DPI system with a company called See Egypt, which Buzzfeed identifies as a sister company to the American Blue Coat.
Guardian Liberty Voice
John Kerry Offered Limited Commitment From Egypt
Guardian Liberty Voice
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was offered only limited commitment from Egypt, after holding talks in Cairo during his tour of the Middle-East in an effort to build a U.S. led anti-ISIS coalition. The secretary met with Egyptian President Abdel ...
Egypt targets last bastion of Muslim Brotherhood dissent, Al Azhar
Saudi Arabia to restore Egypt's 'beacon of moderate Islam'
Is Egypt Doomed to Autocracy?
New York Times
A case in point was Egypt's president from 1970 to 1981, Anwar el-Sadat, who did publish a memoir. In the introduction, he praised himself thus: “Every step I had taken over the course of years has been for the good of Egypt, and has been designed to ...
US Leans On Egypt For Support In Fighting Islamic State Militants
It's an "I told you so" moment for Egyptian leaders, who have been trying to get the world on board with their crackdown on their opponents in the Muslim Brotherhood. Share. Facebook; Twitter. Google+. Email. Comment ...
Cyprus Official: Egypt, Jordan Interested in Gas
Cyprus' energy minister says Egypt and Jordan are interested in buying natural gas from the Mediterranean island nation to meet their domestic needs. Cyprus' priority is to build an onshore facility to liquefy gas for export to Europe and elsewhere ...
Egypt's Ahmed Gabr seeks to break diving world record
Egypt's Ahmed Gabr will attempt to break the world record for deepest saltwater scuba dive on Thursday, Al Ahram Online reported. Gabr, a retired military officer, is aiming for a depth of 350 meters, 30 meters more than the current record held by Nuno ...
13 Days Of High Emotion That Led To The Egypt-Israel Peace
When President Jimmy Carter decided to bring Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin to Camp David in 1978 to broker peace talks, his hope that the two men would like each other was "completely naïve and mistaken," ...
Egypt's busy summer
European Council on Foreign Relations
It has not been a quiet summer for Egypt. Since the end of Ramadan in the final days of July, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has been forced to assume a more pro-active foreign policy role by the Gaza conflict on Egypt's northern border and the threat ...
'Freedom of expression is at an all-time low' in Egypt despite Alaa Abdel ...
UAE Supporting Egypt's Transition Toward Democracy
Egypt's El-Sisi calls for active participation in upcoming parliamentary elections
Egypt's Private Sector: A Driving Force for Job Creation
World Bank Group
The dominance of a few large, old, and politically connected firms is strangling the growth of a robust and competitive private sector. Egyptian workers want stable jobs with security of tenure and social insurance but those jobs are becoming scarce ...
Egypt: Creating private sector jobs key to boosting economy-W/Bank