Abetting Egypt's Dictatorship
New York Times
The event at the Red Sea resort town was meant to show that the Arab world's most populous country had shaken off the turmoil of the 2011 popular uprising that briefly put Egypt on a path toward democratic reform. Postrevolutionary Egypt is open for ...
Egypt's new capital: President al-Sisi's $300 billion plan to beat Cairo traffic
So why is Egypt building a new capital city right next to Cairo?
The rising number of female Egyptian entrepreneurs
Friends Sally Sabry and Doaa Zaki are doubly rare in the Egyptian business community - they are both women and they both wear full-face veils. With females accounting for only 11% of entrepreneurs in Egypt, according to a recent survey, and only one in ...
Egypt ends visa-on-arrival policy for individual tourists
But 146 years later, easy access for some sightseers may finally have ended: Egypt has announced individual tourists will no longer be able to buy visas on arrival, in an unexpected move that could further harm the country's already decimated tourism ...
Egypt scraps visas on arrival for British travellers
Under new rules, to be introduced from May 15 and laid out in a statement by the tourism ministry, "individual" travellers will have to pre-arrange their entry visa either by visiting the Egyptian Consulate in London or by making a postal application ...
Egypt tightening visa rule for individual visitors
Travelling to Egypt? You'll soon need to get a visa before you go
UPDATED: New Tourist Visa Regulations to Enter Egypt
Small victory for Fahmy as Egypt trial witnesses suffer 'collective amnesia'
The Globe and Mail
During a long hearing at Cairo's Tora Prison complex, lawyers representing Mr. Fahmy and his Egyptian colleague Baher Mohamed questioned a series of prosecution witnesses who repeatedly offered the same answer regarding the specifics of the ...
Egypt court adjourns Al Jazeera retrial
Egyptian court adjourns trial of Al Jazeera journalists after witnesses admit ...
Egypt's Leader Showcases Plans for Growth
New York Times
SHARM EL SHEIKH, Egypt — President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi knows how to haggle, if he does say so himself. An executive from General Electric recently told him that it would take at least 24 months to finish a utilities project, but Mr. Sisi demanded ...
Egypt for sale? $60B aids 'new era' for nation
Egypt's Sisi Closes Economic Conference With Call for Further Investment
Sisi says Egypt needs $200-$300 billion to develop
Egypt's curious plan to abandon Cairo as its capital and build a new $45 ...
WASHINGTON — Over the weekend, Egypt unveiled plans to build a wholly new capital. The new city would lie somewhere to Cairo's east, closer to the Red Sea. It would sprawl across some 150 square miles and potentially be home to as many as 7 million ...
Egypt's New Potemkin Capital
Egypt Wants To Build a Second Cairo... In Just Seven Years
Egypt signs MOUs with developers for $12.7 billion in projects: minister
New York Times
Egypt to Charge Officer in Killing of Shaimaa el-Sabbagh
New York Times
CAIRO — Egyptian prosecutors said Tuesday that they were charging a police officer with a type of manslaughter in the shooting of a poet and activist whose killing at a peaceful demonstration made her the latest symbol of police abuse. In a statement ...
Egypt policeman to stand trial over protester death
Egypt to Try Police Officer for Killing Female Protester
Egypt to Try Policeman for Shaimaa Sabbagh's Death on Tahrir Anniversary
Egypt Mubarak-era minister Adly cleared in last case
A court in Egypt has acquitted former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly of a corruption charge, the last in a string of cases he has faced since 2011. The verdict clears the way for Mr Adly to be released from prison. He has served a three-year sentence ...
Egypt: Ex-Official Is Cleared of Corruption Charges
Egypt Court Acquits Mubarak's Top Security Official
Egypt acquits Mubarak-era minister
How to End Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt
This apparition dates back to a summer in the late 1980s, in the village of Seflaq, Egypt. Summer is the season in Egypt for female genital mutilation (FGM); tradition states that when the dates on the palm trees turn red, it's time. Mohamed, just 7 at ...