Ibrahim Halawa: Irish teenager's trial in Egypt adjourned until December
The trial of a Dublin teenager held in an Egyptian prison for over two years has been adjourned again until 15 December. Ibrahim Halawa, the son of the most senior Muslim cleric in the Republic of Ireland, was arrested during a siege on the Al-Fath ...
Egypt protests teenager faces further three months without trial
Halawa trial in Egypt delayed for ninth time
Irish teen has Egyptian trial delayed
Egypt postpones tripartite meeting on Nile dam
October 4, 2015 (KHARTOUM) – The Egyptian government decided to postpone a tripartite committee meeting with Ethiopia and Sudan on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) after the two countries reportedly failed to respond to Cairo's invitation.
Ethiopia stalls negotiations with Egypt and Sudan over Renaissance Dam
Egypt Invites Ethiopia, Sudan to Discuss Renaissance Dam
Egypt invites Sudan, Ethiopia to meeting of renaissance dam committee
Egypt supports Russia's military moves in Syria
Russia's intervention in Syria will curtail the spread of terrorism and help deal a fatal blow to ISIS in the war-torn country, Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said on Saturday. Russia launched air strikes in Syria on Wednesday in its biggest ...
Egypt says Russia's intervention in Syria will counter terrorism
Egypt backs Russian anti-terror air raids
What it's like to visit Egypt now as a first-time tourist
This Aug. 30, 2015, photo, shows camels resting between rides with their owners against the backdrop of the pyramids in Giza, Egypt. With EgyptÕs once-thriving tourism industry in decline, visitors face a combination of smaller crowds, eager guides and ...
What it's like to visit Egypt now as a 1st-time tourist
IS kills two policemen in Egypt
Two Egyptian policemen have been shot dead in the bastion of the Islamic State group in the Sinai Peninsula in an attack claimed by the jihadists. "A police captain and a policeman died of their wounds after unknown assailants shot them" late on ...
Two security personnel shot dead in North Sinai: Egypt's interior ministry
ISIS claims responsibility for killing 2 policemen in Egypt
Two policemen shot dead in Egypt's North Sinai
The Seattle Times
Nerves and no crowds for a tourist in Egypt
The Seattle Times
Egypt's once-thriving tourism industry has been plummeting since the 2011 popular uprising that ousted longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Recent attacks have added to the uncertainty: the mistaken killings of eight Mexican tourists by government security ...
Middle East Eye
Saudi invite to dissident Egypt cleric 'signals shift' on Brotherhood
Middle East Eye
Sheikh Youssef al-Qaradawi, who is sympathetic to Egypt's banned Muslim Brotherhood organisation and who himself was sentenced to death in absentia by an Egyptian court, was invited to celebrate Saudi Arabia's national day at the kingdom's embassy in ...
Kellogg swallows Egypt cereal maker for $50M
Crain's Detroit Business
Not content to fill cereal bowls with Frosted Flakes and Special K in much of the world, Kellogg Co. boosted its presence in Africa with its purchase last week of Egyptian company Mass Food Group for $50 million, The Associated Press reported. Founded ...
Egypt's coup regime has devastated its own people in Sinai
Middle East Monitor
The report on forced evictions in the Egyptian town of Rafah says that "at least 3,255" homes, businesses and other local buildings have been demolished by the military since it came back to full power in the coup of July 2013. Innocent people have ...
Egypt, Tunisia keen on fighting growing terrorism in region
CAIRO, Oct. 4 (Xinhua) -- Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and his Tunisian counterpart Beji Caid Essebsi voiced on Sunday their commitments to fighting growing terrorism in the region, the state-run MENA news agency reported. The two leaders ...
Egypt backs Russian airstrikes in Syria
Tunisia president makes first visit to Egypt
Tunisian President on visit to Egypt