Egypt Court Postpones Ruling in Mubarak Retrial
An Egyptian court on Saturday postponed its ruling until November in the retrial of former President Hosni Mubarak, charged with complicity in the killings of protesters during the 2011 revolt that led to his ouster. Judge Mahmoud Kamel el-Rashid said ...
Egypt changes clocks for 4th time in 5 months
Egypt postpones verdict in case against ex-president Mubarak
Egypt Again Postpones Mubarak Verdict
Islamic State: What does Egypt bring to international coalition?
The United Nations General Assembly provided a chance for scores of key meetings between world leaders on its sidelines. Interestingly, of all those held by US President Barack Obama, the longest was reckoned to be with Egypt's President Abdul Fattah ...
After the Revolution: Sitting Down With Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi
Egypt blasts Turkish leader Erdogan after UN speech
Rival Protesters Faced Off Over Egypt Outside The UN General Assembly
Egypt adjusts clocks once again
Egypt has rolled back clocks one hour for the end of daylight savings time, the fourth change in less than five months. As of midnight on Thursday, Egypt is two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time and six hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time. The switch ...
Grindr Sounds Alarm on Egypt's Antigay Witch Hunt
Hooking up as a gay man in Egypt has long been a potentially dangerous proposition. But as of today, connecting through the mobile app Grindr in the Mideast's most populous Muslim country officially comes with a warning label, informing users that ...
Grindr urges LGBT community to hide their identities as Egypt persecutes ...
Egypt: Grindr Warns Against Crackdown on LGBT Community, Using Social ...
Men sentenced to prison for 'homosexual activity' in Egypt
Egypt ignores hunger strikers' plight
In 2011, they stood united against tyranny and for freedom. Today, though divided by politics and locked up in separate prisons, Egypt's dissenters still fight, this time to survive. At 26, Mohamed Soltan may be dying. After more than 240 days of a ...
US seeks backing from Egypt in battle against Isis
Barack Obama, US president, on Thursday held his first ever meeting with Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Egypt's new leader, on the fringes of the UN meeting in New York. Mr Sisi ousted his Islamist predecessor last year, and the meeting represents an effort by ...
Bernard Kerik: Egypt's President, Jordan's King, Two of Our Most Important Allies
US citizen held in Egypt near death after 230-day hunger strike
Mohamed Soltan, 26, who holds dual citizenship and graduated from The Ohio State University, was arrested in August 2013 during a crackdown against pro-Morsi supporters in Egypt's Rabaa Al Adeweya Square. Soltan was working at the time with a media ...
Egypt's Hunger Strikers
Egypt postpones trial of American hunger-striker in 'critical' condition
Sisi to Washington Times: Egypt charts path toward growth and fiscal discipline
Egypt SIS (press release)
In an article by the Egyptian president that was published by the Washington Times, he added that the troubles we endured as we collectively struggled to reach a new political settlement exacerbated the country's underlying problems, causing our budget ...
Hamas, Fatah Reach Partial Gaza Deal in Egypt
The deal struck behind closed doors in the Egyptian capital is the sixth official accord between the two groups, but with major issues not yet resolved — including salaries for Hamas employees in Gaza and control over the coastal territory's security ...
Egypt court postpones Hosni Mubarak verdict
Although the trial was once described here as the most important of the century, it received little domestic attention on Saturday, underscoring Mubarak's diminishing relevance in Egyptian public debate. There are also many here who now say they want ...