Sudanese migrants killed trying to cross into Israel from Egypt
Egyptian border forces have shot dead five Sudanese migrants trying to cross from Egypt's turbulent North Sinai region into Israel, the military said in a statement. “Law enforcement tasked with protecting the border spotted at dawn today a group of ...
Egypt border guards shoot Sudanese migrants dead
Egypt army says killed 5 Sudanese near Israel border in clash
Egypt finds dead Sudanese migrants
A Depressed Egypt Heads to the Polls
In stark contrast to the turmoil and heated political contests of years past, Egypt launched a second round of legislative elections on Sunday in an atmosphere of repression and apathy. The election takes place in a context of restricted freedom of ...
Low Turnout Continues to Mar Egypt Parliamentary Elections
Experts: Israel could still export natural gas to Egypt
Jerusalem Post Israel News
“Egypt will probably become self-sufficient, but it may still need gas for its own use in the shorter term,” Dr. Charles Ellinas, CEO of the Cypriot E-C Natural Hydrocarbons Company (e-CNHC), said at the annual Israel Energy & Business Convention in ...
Salt Lake Tribune
Cyprus: Deal to boosts gas exports to Egypt
Salt Lake Tribune
Nicosia, Cyprus • A move by British oil and gas company BG International to buy a stake in Cyprus' offshore mineral deposits is an important step forward for the country's plans to supply Egypt with natural gas, the east Mediterranean island's energy ...
Middle East Eye
EXCLUSIVE: The Emirati plan for ruling Egypt
Middle East Eye
Egypt, which has recently tried to stem a run on the Egyptian pound, is heavily dependent on cash from the Emirates, which has become the largest foreign direct investor. At an economic conference in Sharm el-Sheikh in March, the prime minister of the ...
Egypt's remaining Islamist party cries foul as it flops in election
CAIRO Egypt's Nour Party, the only Islamist group to escape a crackdown on dissent after the Muslim Brotherhood's overthrow two years ago, is now blaming state tactics for its dismal performance in parliamentary elections. Tensions are rising between ...
The Muslim Brotherhood's Hassan Malek and Egypt's dollar crisis
Egypt's Al-Nour party cries foul as it flops in election
Poll: Egypt's Nour party blames state tactics...
Daily News Egypt
ISIS in Egypt: The Other Big Threat to the West
But ISIS and other Islamist terror organizations do pose a threat to Egypt's survival—at least as a moderate, nonbelligerent, pro-Western country under the government of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. That, Bloomberg reports, is the view of Israeli ...
After Russian plane attack, US seeks better ties with Egypt: Researcher
Kuwait Airways to launch Sharm el-Sheikh flights – Bid to support Egypt's ...
Egypt's Nuclear Power Plant Deal With Russia Signed Amid Escalating Tensions
Egypt's Nile River Delta Is Sinking Into the Sea
Abdullah Salam walks in his field, spreading wheat seeds for the winter season. Farmers like Salam in Egypt's Nile Delta are struggling with lower crop yields as the nearby Mediterranean rises and increases the soil's salinity. One acre used to yield ...
For the Love of Egypt electoral list funded by Muslim Brotherhood, claims ...
They are betraying the Egyptian people," she said, referring to the group from which hails Egypt's ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi. El-Gebali, who is the coordinator of the Republican Alliance of Social Forces electoral list, made the ...
Government failure to upgrade informal settlements in Egypt: a brief history
Image credit: Yahia Shawkat. All rights reserved.Over the last twenty years the Egyptian government has sanctioned two national programs for the development (rather than upgrade) of so-called 'ashwaeyat—literally randomly built housing—more than ...