Amal Clooney Claims Egyptian Official Threatened Her with Arrest
The judiciary criticisms came in a report written for the International Bar Association in February, in which Clooney, 36, called into question numerous perceived flaws in the Egyptian court system – flaws that she believes directly led to the ...
Amal Clooney risked arrest in Egypt for scathing report
Amal Clooney 'threatened with arrest' in Egypt
Amal Clooney threatened with prison in Egypt
Egypt's Citizens Still Wait 'To Breathe Deep The Air Of Freedom'
Amid all the holiday celebrations, you may have missed this story from overseas. An Egyptian court announced a retrial for three journalists from Al Jazeera who have been languishing in jail for more than a year for the crime of reporting the news.
Turmoil in Egypt takes its toll on mental health
Archeologists discover mythical tomb of the god of the dead in Egypt
The tomb—which was built following the descriptions of the Tomb of Osiris, like the Osireion in Abydos, one of the oldest cities of ancient Egypt—is centered around a statue of the god of the afterlife, Osiris. The emerald skinned deity is sitting in ...
Ancient Replica of Mythical Tomb of Osiris Unearthed in Egypt
Archeologists discover Mythical Tomb of Osiris, God of the Dead, in Egypt
Archaeologists Discover Mythical Tomb Of The God Of The Dead In Egypt
Australian's Family Hope Egypt Will Deport Him
Brothers of an Australian Al-Jazeera English journalist held in Egypt for more than a year said Friday that their lawyers were focusing on deportation at President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's command as their best option. An Egyptian appeals court on ...
Egypt urged to release Al Jazeera staff
Three Al Jazeera Journalists Remain in Jail After Egyptian Court Orders a Retrial
Two jailed Al Jazeera journalists seek presidential deportation from Egypt
Asharq Alawsat English
Egypt's President Al Sisi calls for 'religious revolution' in Islam
American Thinker (blog)
Egypt has long been considered a leading nation in the Arab world, and for its president to call for a "religious revolution" is a historic event. Al Sisi may represent a powerful undercurrent that has been growing in the Arab world that Islam needs a ...
Egypt: Sisi calls for “renewal” of religious discourse
Egypt's President: Islamic 'Thinking' Is 'Antagonizing the Entire World'
Egypt's Pres. Sisi Urges Clerics, 'Confront Misleading Islamic Ideology'
Middle East Monitor
Moroccan anti-Sisi jibe fuels Egypt spat
Middle East Eye
Relations between Egypt and Morocco have worsened after Moroccan state television described Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi's 2013 takeover of power as a “military coup." A four-minute segment aired on Thursday by Morocco's state-owned ...
Egyptian minister may visit Morocco to end diplomatic crisis
Egypt-Algeria cooperation on W. Sahara irks Morocco
Egypt, Morocco ties strain over Polisario
At Least 20 Egyptian Christians Kidnapped in Libya
Masked gunmen in central Libya kidnapped 13 Coptic Christians on Saturday after seven were abducted days earlier, said a witness and a priest, in a new wave of assaults against Egypt's Christians working in the war-torn North African nation plagued ...
Libya Islamists abduct 20 Egypt Christians: govt source
Libya Islamists said to abduct 20 Egypt Christians
Egypt considers providing transport home for Libyan-based Copts after ...
Egypt threatened to arrest Amal Clooney over criticism of judicial system
In the February 2014 report, compiled on behalf of the International Bar Association, Clooney wrote that the Egyptian government wields too much power over the country's legal system, and recommended that Egypt eliminate the practice of allowing ...
Israeli jailed in Egypt freed after two years
Israeli left-wing activist Andrey Pshenichnikov was released from Egyptian jail and deported to Israel on Saturday, after serving a two-year sentence for entering Egypt illegally. The radical activist made headlines when he moved to the Palestinian ...
Israeli man jailed in Egypt released after two years
Israeli released from Egyptian prison after 2 years
Israeli Freed After Two Years in an Egyptian Prison
Denied Entry to Egypt
New York Times
Anyone visiting Egypt on business, however distinguished he or she might be, must respect Egyptian laws and regulations if he wishes to enter Egypt. This requirement is not in any way unusual or unreasonable, nor is it something that only Egypt requires.