Wall Street Journal
Egypt's President Backs Global Campaign Against Islamic State Extremists
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK—Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi pledged his support for the U.S. war against Islamic State militants, but called on President Barack Obama to widen his campaign against extremism well beyond Iraq and Syria. The former Egyptian ...
Isis call on allies to spread terror and beheading to Egypt and Sharm el-Sheikh
IS Urges Attacks In Egypt's Tourist Region
Islamic State takes aim at Egypt through Sinai terror group
Egypt's border with Libya, Sudan ripe for Islamic State expansion
Egypt may be interested in fighting its own battles, or at least not opening up new international fronts that would stretch its armed forces when it needs them here, but the reality is that the frontline against IS is everywhere. The ingenious use of ...
Isis encourages Egyptian insurgents to continue attacks
Islamic State (Isis) has called on insurgents in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula to press ahead with attacks against the country's security forces and continue beheadings – an announcement likely to deepen concerns over ties between the militant groups. “Rig ...
ISIS calls for more attacks in Egypt
Egypt takes over New York City
Over the past three years, Egypt's tourism revenue has plummeted to a mere five percent of what it was prior to the January 25 revolution in 2011. This has not only impacted the government, but also the four million tourism workers and their families ...
Policemen killed in blast near Egypt ministry
Armed groups have killed scores of policemen in bombings and shootings since Egypt's military toppled Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013. Fighters have in the past set off several bombs in succession, to target first responders after the ...
Explosion Strikes Egypt's Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Egypt Militants Claim Responsibility for Blast
Casualties in bomb blast near Egypt's foreign ministry
US citizen held in Egypt near death after 230-day hunger strike
A U.S. citizen imprisoned in Egypt following the overthrow of Muslim Brotherhood-backed Mohamed Morsi is near death after refusing to eat for 230 days, say human rights activists and his family, who are pleading for his immediate release. Mohamed ...
Egypt postpones trial of American hunger-striker in 'critical' condition
Hunger striking activist's trial postponed
Cairo Court postpones trial for Soltan and 50 others
DeLand: After Egypt move, Sartell native to give birth
St. Cloud Times
"I really didn't think until later that the baby was going to be born in Egypt." "She cried," Muonio said. "And then as soon as she stopped crying, her first question was, 'Are you still going to Egypt?' "And when we told her yes, her next question was ...
Egypt says Turkish, Egyptian FMs to meet in New York
Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shoukry, will meet in New York on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry has said. In remarks to Today's Zaman, Egyptian Foreign Ministry ...
Egypt accepts Turkey request to convene in NY: Spokesperson
Egypt says Turkey requested FM meeting in New York
Egypt joins Arab-African meeting in NY
El-Sissi: Egypt Will Give Any Support Required In Fight Against ISIS
The former army general has faced widespread international criticism for his ouster last year of Egypt's first freely elected president and his ferocious crackdown on Islamists that has killed more than 1,000 and imprisoned more than 20,000. A year ...
Al-Sisi begins UN visit
Egypt's Sisi flies to New York to attend UN General Assembly
AP Interview: El-Sissi, Egypt and the Terror Fight
President Barack Obama to meet with Iraqi, Egyptian leaders
President Barack Obama will meet with top leaders of Iraq and Egypt on the sidelines of a United Nations gathering in New York this week as he tries to solidify a global coalition to battle the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, the White House ...
Obama to Meet Leaders of Iraq, Israel, Egypt