Egypt's 'Token Reforms' Fail to Protect Women, Says Amnesty International
In 2013, Human Rights Watch declared sexual violence an “epidemic” in Egypt, after 91 women were assaulted or raped during four days of protests against then-President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo's Tahrir Square. A disturbing video surfaced last year of a ...
New Report Paints Devastating Picture Of Violence Against Women In Egypt
Egypt: Token reforms fail to end scourge of pervasive violence against women
Amnesty: Egypt failing to protect women from violence
Egypt Currency Falls to Historic Low, Could Spur Investment
"Almost all other currencies in the world had weakened against the dollar over the past six months," said Simon Kitchen, a strategist at Egypt's EFG Hermes bank. "It was surprising that Egypt had not let its currency move. This is sort of catching up ...
Exploring the Mawlids of Egypt
It was late 2013 when Mosa'ab Elshamy wandered back into the Al-Hussein Mosque in Old Cairo. As a young boy, the photographer, who recently joined the Associated Press, accompanied his grandmother as she and others worshipped. Some people were ...
Beard of Egypt's King Tut hastily glued back on with epoxy
CAIRO (AP) — The blue and gold braided beard on the burial mask of famed pharaoh Tutankhamun was hastily glued back on with epoxy, damaging the relic after it was knocked during cleaning, conservators at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo said ...
Egypt uses church to bolster ties with Ethiopia
CAIRO — At a time when the Egyptian government officially acknowledged that obstacles re-emerged in the negotiations with Ethiopia over the Renaissance Dam — which is threatening the Egyptian share of the Nile's waters — Egypt is seeking to take ...
Daily News Egypt
BG largest foreign investor in Egypt since revolution: President
Daily News Egypt
BG Egypt invested $1.5bn in phase 9a of the development of its West Delta Deep Marine concession, which came on-stream on 22 July 2014, approximately a month ahead of schedule. To date, seven of the nine wells planned have come on-stream. The two ...
Egypt to 'rebuild pyramids' as Sisi plots economic revival
Egypt is plotting a construction binge not seen since the Pyramids of Giza were erected with billions of dollars to be channelled into new power plants and expanding the Suez Canal as President Abdulfattah el-Sisi finally looks to modernise the economy ...
The Cairo Post
Rights groups alarmed over increase in inmate deaths in Egypt
Al Jazeera America
When Egyptian authorities arrested 51-year-old government employee Mahmoud Abd al-Rahman a year ago and accused him of supporting the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group, he was supposed to be detained for 15 days. But his detention order was ...
Human Rights Watch Slams Rampant Torture And Abuse In Egyptian Prisons
HRW urges Egypt to probe 'dozens' of deaths in custody
HRW lambasts Egypt's prisons for deaths, torture
Nestle plans to invest $138 million in Egypt in next few years
CAIRO (Reuters) - Swiss food giant Nestle plans to invest about 1 billion Egyptian pounds ($137.93 million) in Egypt in the next few years and believes economic reforms could deliver results, its regional CEO said on Monday. Political and economic ...
Egypt's El-Sissi Says Protest Rights Secondary to Stability
Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi said Tuesday that those questioning his government about human rights and freedom of expression are ignoring the fact that his country of 90 million lacks development, investment and desperately needed stability.
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