Archaeologists unearth new tombs in Egypt, identifying unknown queen
Egypt's Antiquities Minister Mamdouh Eldamaty said in a statement to Agence France-Presse that this was the first time any mention of the queen had been found. “This discovery will help us shed light on certain unknown aspects of the Fifth Dynasty ...
Tomb of unknown queen discovered in Egypt
Tomb of Mystery Queen Khentakawess III Found in Egypt
Archaeologists unearth tomb of an unknown Egyptian queen
Egypt's President calls for a 'religious revolution'
A former defense minister, he led the ouster of Mohamed Morsy -- the Islamist who was Egypt's first democratically elected President -- and has long positioned himself as a more secular option, and defender against extremist views. "It's inconceivable ...
UPDATED: Sisi first Egyptian President to attend Coptic Christmas mass
Egypt's Sisi Becomes First President to Attend Christmas Mass
Egypt Willing to Foster Relations with Cuba
Al Jazeera Journalists Are Not Egypt's Enemies
New York Times
TORA, Egypt — Together with two colleagues from the cable news channel Al Jazeera English, I have spent more than a year in jail. We were accused of joining a terrorist group conspiring against the Egyptian state and reporting “false news.” In reality ...
Mohammed Fahmy's family seeks his deportation from Egypt
Amal Clooney disputes Egypt arrest warning story
Family of Al-Jazeera Journalist Requests Egypt Deportation
New York Times
Egypt's Appalling Crackdown on Gays
New York Times
Even if they were acquitted on the ludicrous charge of “debauchery,” the 26 Egyptian men on trial in the government's latest crackdown on gays are likely to suffer a lifetime of public scorn. Over the past two years, there has been no shortage of ...
Egypt's Foreign Reserves Fall to $15.33B in December
Police Shot Dead While Guarding Coptic Christian Church in Egypt
MINYA, Egypt - Two Egyptian policemen were shot dead by masked men on Tuesday as they stood guard at a Coptic Christian church in a city south of Cairo, witnesses and a local security source said. Egypt's Coptic Christmas falls on Wednesday and ...
Gunmen kill 2 Egyptian policemen guarding Coptic church
Masked gunmen shoot Egyptian policemen outside church day before Coptic ...
Heavy security at Egypt's churches ahead of Coptic Christmas
The Winter of Egypt's Dissent
Riot police walk in front of graffiti depicting Bassem Mohsen, 20, who was killed in the 2011 Egypt uprising, along Mohamed Mahmoud street during the third anniversary of violent and deadly clashes near Tahrir Square in Cairo November 19, 2014.
Egypt police officer killed in Cairo bomb blast
Video Captures Moment Police Officer Killed Defusing Bomb in Egypt
Egypt police officer killed in Cairo bomb
Khaled Al-Qazzaz still held in Egypt despite release order
An ailing Canadian resident remains under detention in a hospital in Egypt despite an order given more than a week ago by the country's attorney general for his release, his family said Tuesday. It was not immediately clear why Khaled Al-Qazzaz, a ...
Ailing Canada resident still in Egypt custody
Mortada Mansour: the football eccentric dividing Egypt
First there was his election last March to the chairmanship of Zamalek, the second-biggest team in Egypt. Then there was his tilt at the national presidency last summer. Mansour ultimately withdrew from the race, citing a divine vision, after an odd ...
Egypt: Tomb of Previously Unknown Queen Unearthed
Archeologists in Egypt have stumbled across the tomb of a previously unknown queen, believed to be the wife of a pharaoh who ruled 4,500 years ago, Egyptian officials announced Sunday. From inscriptions found on a wall of the tomb, the mystery queen ...
Queen Khentakawess III's tomb found in Egypt
Archaeologists in Egypt have unearthed the tomb of a previously unknown queen, Egyptian officials say. The tomb was found in Abu-Sir, south-west of Cairo, and is thought to belong to the wife or mother of Pharaoh Neferefre who ruled 4,500 years ago.