The Seattle Times
Nerves and no crowds for a tourist in Egypt
The Seattle Times
When I told people I planned to visit Egypt, family, friends — even waiters — replied, “Wow!” and “Amazing!” But their eyes said, “Are you insane?” Egypt's once-thriving tourism industry has been plummeting since the 2011 popular uprising that ousted ...
The Times of Israel
Smugglers Kill Egyptian Policeman Near Border With Israel
Smugglers killed an Egyptian policeman in northern Sinai near the border with Israel as he foiled a cross-border smuggling attempt, Egypt's Interior Ministry said Friday. The shooting took place late Thursday, according a statement from the ministry.
Police: Smugglers kill Egypt officer near border with Israel
Egypt jihadists condemned to death for killing police
Egypt's Cairo university has banned teachers from wearing full face veil ...
CAIRO — The recent decision to ban female staff from wearing the full face veil aims to put an end to student complaints of “poor communication” in class, the head of Egypt's Cairo University said Friday. Although the head-to-toe covering known ...
Muslim Brotherhood member dies in Egypt police custody
Another member of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has died in police custody due to an unattended medical condition, Press TV reports. Salah al-Bassoussy, 50, who was reported dead on Friday, had been in detention at the Kafr el-Dawar police station in the ...
Egypt's Queen Nefertiti may lie concealed in Tutankhamun's tomb, says ...
High-resolution scans indicate that Egypt's Queen Nefertiti is buried behind one of two hidden chambers in King Tutankhamun's underground tomb, a British archaeologist says. Egyptologists have never discovered the mummy of Nefertiti, a regal beauty who ...
Egypt's lost Queen Nefertiti may lie concealed in King Tut's tomb
New King Tut's tomb search can start soon, Egypt pledges
Egypt hopes King Tut's tomb could conceal Queen Nefertiti burial site
Egypt's Morality Crackdown Targets Female Dancers
In an online video, Suha Mohamed Ali — known as Egypt's Shakira — is dressed in a schoolgirl uniform and shaking her hips. She dips low and sings and dances suggestively with vegetables. "If you want hot pepper," she sings, "I'll buy it ground." In ...
The Syrian entrepreneurs starting new lives in Egypt
There are nearly half a million Syrian refugees living in Egypt but they aren't confined to camps. And thanks to the more flexible approach, many are spotting opportunities and creating new businesses. It was back in the summer of 2012 when Syrian ...
SAFA wishes Pirates well in Egypt
In the other semi-final, Egyptian giants Zamalek have a mountain to climb in the second leg as they trail 1-5 from the first-leg against Etoile du Sahel. The Pirates-Al Ahly fixture will take place on Sunday, October 4 at New Suez Stadium in Suez City ...
Mahamutsa: Past Egypt experience will help us go for the kill
Erasmus Targets Early Goal In Egypt
Egypt to begin construction of “Church of the Martyrs” to honor slain ...
Work will begin in the coming days in Minya on a church that was planned to honor the deaths of 20 Egyptian Coptic Christians who died in a brutal sectarian attack by militants in Libya earlier this year. Plans and licences for the 'Church of the ...
Egypt to use DNA samples to identify Mecca corpses
So far 124 Egyptians have been confirmed as killed in the Mecca stampede, according to a Thursday statement by Egypt's official pilgrimage delegation. Ninety-one Egyptian fatalities were identified by the official Egyptian delegation, 20 by the Saudi ...
Is Syria bringing Iran, Egypt together?
44% of Egyptian pilgrims returned via EgyptAir: Minister