CHARLES ORTEL: Will Egypt show America how to win the war on radical ...
This Monday, May 5, 2014 photo released by the presidential campaign of Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi shows the candidate greeting supporters at a gathering of some 600 women in Cairo, Egypt. El-Sissi acknowledged the importance of Egyptian women in shaping ...
Egypt's Sisi First President ever to Attend Coptic Christmas Mass
Four protesters killed in Egypt crackdown on demos
Egypt Unites in Condemning Church Attack
Egypt's President Calls For A 'Revolution' In Islam
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's president opened the new year with a dramatic call for a "revolution" in Islam to reform interpretations of the faith entrenched for hundreds of years, which he said have made the Muslim world a source of "destruction" and pitted ...
A New Year in Egypt: The Significance of President Sisi's Speech
Egypt's leader calls for reform in Islam
Egypt's Al-Sisi Wants An Islamic 'Revolution' – The Good Kind
Egypt Announces Parliament Elections, Vote to Start March 21
Egypt announced Thursday that the nation's long-delayed parliament elections will start in March and that the voting will be staggered over seven weeks ? the final step in a political roadmap put in place by the military after its ouster of the country ...
Egypt sets dates for parliamentary polls
Egypt to hold parliamentary elections starting in March
Egypt to hold two-phase parliamentary election in March and April
Egypt Moves to Eradicate Town Near Gaza Strip
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CAIRO — Egypt began evacuating hundreds of families from a town bordering the Gaza Strip on Thursday after a senior official acknowledged that the military was eradicating the town in order to complete a security zone abutting the Palestinian territory.
Egypt Army Doubling Size Of Gaza Buffer By Demolishing 1220 Homes, Evicting ...
Egypt to Demolish 1220 More Homes to Increase Gaza Buffer
Egypt Starts Evacuating Homes as it Doubles Gaza Buffer Zone
Rage against the regime: The hip-hop artists spearheading Egypt's underground ...
Long before the Egyptian Revolution of 2011 sparked by protests in Cairo's Tahir Square, local hip-hop artists had already been making music from underground spaces that rallied against the policies of then-president Hosni Mubarak and his regime.
Prosecutor accepts appeal in Mubarak trial
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Former Kuwait Lawmaker Detained for Tweets Critical of Egypt
Kuwaiti authorities detained a former liberal lawmaker overnight for questioning and on Wednesday ordered him held for 10 days for tweets criticizing the Arab Gulf country's ruler and his support for Egypt's president, a defense lawyer said. Abdullah ...
Egypt's Appalling Crackdown on Gays
Egypt's foreign reserves fall to $15.33B in December
Archaeologists unearth new tombs in Egypt, identifying unknown queen
A team of Czech archaeologists announced Sunday the discovery of an ancient Egyptian tomb that they believe belongs to a previously unknown ancient Egyptian queen, according to the BBC. While excavating the funeral complex of Pharaoh Neferefre in ...
Tomb of unknown queen discovered in Egypt
Tomb of Mystery Queen Khentakawess III Found in Egypt
Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Tombs Belonging to Osiris and a Long ...
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Egypt on FDI Injections
Daily News Egypt
Hisham Ramez, the Chairman of the Central Bank of Egypt, has taken initiatives to decrease the budget deficit, making Egypt more indulgent endeavour for foreign direct investments. In addition to such implemented monetary policies, Ramez oversees a ...
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 ...
Egypt's Sisi Becomes First President to Attend Christmas Mass
Egyptian Leader Visits Coptic Christmas Eve Service
Gunmen kill 2 Egyptian policemen guarding Coptic church
Egypt's journalists syndicate to demonstrate in condemnation of Charlie Hebdo ...
Egypt's journalists syndicate condemned the attack and said that the assailants who staged it "cannot belong to any religion, especially Islam. They are only savage killers". Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi and Al-Azhar, the country's highest ...
Journalists in Egypt condemn Charlie Hebdo attack