New York Times
As Egypt Floods Gaza Tunnels, Smugglers Fear an End to Their Trade
New York Times
RAFAH, Gaza Strip — On a humid night in Rafah recently, six Palestinian smugglers sat around a backyard table, ticking off the damage that Egypt has done to their tunnels over the past two years. It dropped dynamite and floated poison gas into them ...
Egypt to partially open Rafah border crossing for pilgrims returning to Gaza
Egypt opens Rafah border for returning Palestinian pilgrims
Egypt Opens Rafah Border Crossing for Returning Pilgrims
Egypt's women-only taxi service promises protection from male drivers
Appearing on influential TV talk shows, Fawzi promises Egyptian women “privacy and safety” from male taxi drivers. “Just enter 'taxi driver' into Google [in Egypt] and it will suggest 'taxi driver kills'; 'taxi driver rapes'; 'taxi driver steals',” she ...
Egypt's 'Imitation Game': Did a secret code help beat Israel in 1973 war?
The cypher was simple yet unorthodox: using an unwritten language from one of Egypt's ethnic minorities, the Nubians. With the system, words and commands that would have been undecipherable to even a veteran Israeli intelligence officer could be easily ...
Why No Bigger Regional Role for Egypt and Sisi?
Since coming to power in a 2013 coup and then being elected to office the following year, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has frequently been compared (for better and for worse) to another military officer-turned politician from recent Egyptian ...
While Russia Makes War in Syria, It Makes Love in Egypt
Sisi supporters smell victory ahead of Egypt election
Egypt's left wing groups downcast ahead of parliamentary elections
Daily News Egypt
Egypt International Reserves Fall for Third Consecutive Month
Egypt's net international reserves dropped for the third month in a row in September to $16.3 billion, almost wiping out the gains from Gulf Arab aid received this year. Reserves dropped about $1.8 billion from August, the most this year, according to ...
Egypt's foreign reserves lose $1.76bn in September
Egypt says foreign reserves fall to $16.335 bln at end-September
Egypt's foreign reserves tumble further to...
Cyclops baby born in Egypt
Cairo - An Egyptian baby has been given only a few days to survive after he was born with only one eye on his forehead. It is believed his mom was exposed to radiation during her pregnancy. The Daily Mail reports that the baby is suffering from ...
Tragic 'cyclops' baby born with one eye in Egypt after radiation exposure
Baby born with one eye in the middle of his forehead and no nose in Egypt
Egyptian Cyclops baby born with one eye after mom exposed to radiation
U.S. News & World Report
Journalist released from prison in Egypt leaves country
U.S. News & World Report
Fahmy gave up his Egyptian citizenship during the trial in hopes of being deported to Canada. But in an open letter to Egypt's President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi published last month in a Cairo daily, he appealed for the restoration of his citizenship ...
Mohamed Fahmy, Canadian journalist who was jailed in Cairo, leaves Egypt
Mohamed Fahmy leaves Egypt for London, before returning to Canada
Mohamed Fahmy out of Egypt, on his way home
Pro-Sisi coalitions to dominate Egypt's parliamentary elections
Egypt's High Election Committee (HEC), the judicial body in charge of supervising the upcoming parliamentary elections, announced on Saturday that seven electoral coalitions will contest the first stage of the polls, scheduled between 17 and 28 October.
Sisi supporters sense Egypt election victory
The assassination of Egypt's President Sadat
In October 1981, President Anwar Sadat of Egypt was assassinated by a group of army officers at a military parade to celebrate Egypt's 1973 war against Israel. Anwar Sadat had become the first Arab leader to make peace with Israel two years earlier - a ...
Mohammed Anwar Sadat, president of Egypt, is assassinated in 1981
October 6, 1981: President Anwar Al-Sadat of Egypt Is Assassinated in Cairo
Egypt could offer trilateral cooperation at India-Africa summit: Envoy
"We believe Egypt can act as a gateway to Africa for Indian investments. The Third IAFS has to be seen as a partnership from both sides --- for India in Africa and also for Africa in India. There is a lot of opportunity for India to benefit in sectors ...