Egypt loyalists take the lead in parliament elections
The initial round of voting for what will be Egypt's first parliament in three years was held on Sunday and Monday, with turnout at just over a quarter of the electorate and images of empty polling stations splashed across local media. The vote has ...
Egypt Says 26.6-Percent Participation in 1st Round of Vote
Egypt's first round of elections yield 26 percent voter turnout
Egypt attempts to boost election turnout with a half-day off
Rights group: Egypt police storm journalist training center
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"Carrying out an armed raid against an NGO which works to expand the skills of journalists sends a chilling and clear message that independent journalism and activities of civil society will not be tolerated in today's Egypt," said Said Boumedouha ...
Egypt: Armed raid on journalism NGO bears hallmarks of another assault on ...
Egypt replaces central bank governor Hisham Ramez
CAIRO Egypt has named senior banker Tarek Amer to head the central bank from November, in a move welcomed by traders who expect a new approach that could help ease the country's currency crisis. Governor Hisham Ramez, whose term ends on Nov.
Egypt Central Bank Chief Steps Down, to Be Replaced by Amer
Egypt Replaces Central Bank Chief Amid Currency Devaluation
Egypt appoints Tarek Amer as new Central Bank governor
Where does the British Museum's keeper of Ancient Egypt get his kicks when in ...
Although I'm a museum curator and archaeologist working in Egypt, it's a museum without ancient monuments that fascinates me most. Off a busy street in the Dokki district of Cairo, within an almost unmarked garden compound, lie several buildings that ...
Egypt fixing Tutankhamun mask after botched repair
Egypt fixing Tutankhamun mask after botched epoxy repair
Egypt shows Tutankhamun mask under restoration after botched epoxy repair
Low Voter Turnout Reflects System by Design in Egypt
New York Times
CAIRO — There was never much suspense about the results of Egypt's parliamentary elections: President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi had put in place a voting system that seemed designed to virtually eliminate policy debate or ideological competition.
Explaining Egypt's Poor Election Turnout
Low Turnout for Second Day of Voting in Egypt's Parliamentary Elections
The perils of being a reporter in Egypt under Sisi
Sudan's requests Saudi mediation over Halayeb dispute with Egypt
October 21, 2015 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese president Omer al-Bashir has asked Saudi Arabia to mediate between his country and Egypt to resolve the dispute over Halayeb area disclosing that Riyadh played a role in securing the release of Sudanese ...
Cabinet approves signing of pacts with Egypt, Maldives
New Delhi: The Union cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday approved the signing of an agreement with Egypt and a treaty with Maldives aimed to improve India's relations with the two countries. India will sign a maritime transport ...
Cabinet approves bilateral agreements with Egypt, Maldives
Egypt Lays Out Plan To Scan For Secrets Of The Pyramids With Cosmic Rays
Indiana Jones, eat your heart out: The international project to scan Egypt's pyramids for hidden chambers, using cosmic rays, is gearing up for its launch this weekend. The scientists behind the Scan Pyramids effort will install sensitive detectors to ...
New York Times
Gamal al-Ghitani, Egyptian Novelist With a Political Bent, Dies at 70
New York Times
When an Egyptian court found a novel by Alla Hamed blasphemous to Islam in 1992 and sentenced the author to prison, provoking international protests, Mr. Ghitani dismissed the book, “The Distance in a Man's Mind,” as mediocre, but said: “We cannot ...
Egypt's Salafist leader say he's learned from the Muslim Brotherhood's mistakes
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt — In a modest house, the ground floor of which has become a medical clinic serving the poor inhabitants of Alexandria's Sidi Bishr neighborhood, Al-Monitor interviewed the deputy head of Egypt's Salafist Call, Sheikh Yasser Borhami, ...