New York Times
Resisting Bomb Theory, Egypt Finds Itself Increasingly Alone
New York Times
CAIRO — Six days after the crash of a Russian charter flight from the Egyptian resort area of Sharm el Sheikh, the government of Egypt is finding itself increasingly isolated in its resistance to the possibility that a terrorist's bomb brought down ...
Russia suspends Egypt flights, US boosts security as intelligence points to bomb
Russia suspends Egypt flights
Russia halts Egypt flights amid widening probes into Sinai crash
How Egypt Became Russia's Top Tourism Destination
This is particularly bad news for Egypt. Prior to the crash—which now looks increasingly less mysterious—Russia and Egypt were enjoying a renaissance of political and economic ties. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah ...
Russian plane crash: Egypt's economy could take years to recover experts warn
Russian Officials Announce Flights to Egypt Officially Halted
Egypt Takes Delivery of Final 4 Delayed F-16s
GABORONE, Botswana — The Egyptian Air Force has taken delivery of the final four of 20 ex-US Air Force Block 52 F-16D multirole fighter jets in yet another sign of thawing diplomatic and defense relations between the nations. The US halted delivery of ...
Egypt receives final delayed F-16 delivery
Crashed Metrojet's Black Box Voice Recorder Is Working: Egyptian Official
The voice recorder recovered from the crashed Metrojet passenger jet is working, an Egyptian official said Friday, bringing hope it could provide clues as to whether the jet was brought down by a bomb. Mohamed Rahma, a spokesman for Egypt's ministry of ...
U.S. beefs up airport security after Egypt crash, Transport Canada mum on ...
US says to seek airport security enhancements overseas after Egypt crash
TSA announces security enhancements pending Egypt plane crash investigation
Allies of Egypt's Leader Fear He's in Jihadis' Crosshairs
Speaking Thursday to the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Vin Weber, a former Republican member of Congress and the co-chairman of the think tank's task force on Egypt policy, said Israeli officials and others with whom he had spoken are ...
How Sisi failed to stop terror in Egypt
Sinai crash shatters Egypt's tourism dream
After the trauma of the 1952 revolution and the overthrow of King Farouk, after the nationalization of the Suez Canal and the 1956 invasion by Britain, France and Israel, here was a sign that Egypt was open for business. Last week I was back in Tahrir ...
Insight - Russian plane crash points to Egypt's counterinsurgency flaws
Sisi has justified his goal of crushing every last militant by describing Islamist radicals as a threat to Arab and Western powers which pump billions of dollars into Egypt every year. Ignoring lessons of the past, Sisi believes wiping out, jailing and ...
Ben Carson's pyramid comments dominate social media chatter, even in Egypt
He's also getting slammed for comments about falling asleep at the wheel numerous times while driving over the years. His theory that the Egyptian pyramids were built to store grain was mocked yesterday by Rand Paul, who quipped that maybe even aliens ...
Carson's theory: Egypt's pyramids stored grain
Ben Carson: Pyramids in Egypt built by biblical figure Joseph to store grain
Ben Carson adamant that pyramids of Egypt built for grain storage
The ISIS affiliate in Sinai that is eluding Egypt's security dragnet
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Western officials are increasingly pointing the finger of blame at Sinai Province, which has focused on killing Egyptian soldiers and police since the military toppled President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood in 2013 after mass protests.
Sissi's brutality is feeding the Islamic State's new front in Egypt
Egyptian officials blame Islamic State branch Sinai Province for Russian plane ...
U.S. News & World Report
Egypt's grand plans to boost tourism marred after crash
U.S. News & World Report
LUXOR, Egypt (AP) — Egypt had launched festivities, archaeological openings and a new tourism campaign to draw much-needed foreign visitors. But with many flights to Red Sea resorts grounded Thursday amid suspicion that a bomb brought down a ...
In wake of crash, Egypt opens tombs to spur tourist interest