Egypt policemen jailed over death of lawyer Karim Handy
A court in Egypt has given five-year jail terms to two policemen convicted of torturing a lawyer to death. Karim Hamdy was detained in Cairo in February, accused of belonging to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood. A forensic report showed he died two days ...
Egypt Lawyer Challenges Law That Says Writers Can Be Jailed
Egypt military court sentences 220 Brotherhood members
Egypt to Offer Saudis `Major' Projects as King's Son Plans Visit
Egypt said Saudi Arabia's Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman will visit Cairo within days as the two governments prepare to discuss aid and major investments to support an Egyptian economy struggling amid a dollar crunch hurting business ...
Dublin's ibrahim halawa remembered as he spends 20th birthday in egypt prison
It is feared Halawa, who was on his summer holiday in the Egyptian capital when violence flared, will face the death penalty when a mass trial of 494 alleged dissenters resumes on Tuesday. The legal proceedings have been repeatedly delayed since 2013.
Egypt Is Intensifying Its Crackdown on Journalists, Rights Group Warns
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CAIRO — The Egyptian government has intensified its crackdown against members of the news media in recent weeks, arresting one prominent journalist and preparing to bring another to trial, as the number of reporters detained in Egypt has hit its ...
What Egypt's election results tell you about the public mood
The results of Egypt's 2015 parliamentary elections were both expected and surprising. While the general political tendencies of Egyptian voters were more or less manifested in the results of the first two stages of the post-Muslim Brotherhood road map ...
Freed From Egyptian Prison, Bedouin 'Spy' Feels 'Very Lucky to Be Israeli'
Tarabin, a 34-year-old Bedouin who was imprisoned in Egypt after being convicted of spying for Israel, was released on Thursday after what Israel said was the completion of his prison sentence, while Egyptian authorities said he was released as part of ...
Egypt?s Second Twitter Revolution
In the last six months, dozens of social media campaigns have been launched across Egypt. In an increasingly furtive state—where families are not told for weeks about their loved one's capture—social media has become a forum for both the state and ...
Trial opens of Egypt's former agriculture minister accused of taking bribes
Egypt ranked 94th out of 175 countries on Transparency International's 2014 corruption perceptions index. The country's 2011 uprising was partially driven by a desire to end entrenched corruption under autocratic leader Hosni Mubarak. (Reporting by ...
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Egypt, Greece, Cyprus: Partnership amid economic political difficulties?
Daily News Egypt
A second trilateral meeting between Egypt, Greece and Cyprus was held last Wednesday in Athens, and a joint collaboration between the three countries is being shaped. The gas explorations in the eastern Mediterranean have resulted in crucial ...
Egypt terminates four state lawyers for joining pro-Brotherhood movement
Egypt's State Lawsuits Authority has sacked four of its litigators on Saturday, accusing them of joining a pro-Muslim Brotherhood movement. "We terminated their tenure them after we found out that they had attended meetings of the Judges for Egypt's ...