Egypt and Saudi Arabia discuss maneuvers as Yemen battles rage
Egypt said it and Saudi Arabia had discussed holding a "major military maneuver" in Saudi Arabia with other Gulf states, following talks on the progress of the three-week-old Saudi-led campaign of air strikes against the Houthis in Yemen. The statement ...
Egypt says discussed 'major military manoeuvre' in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia signs up Egypt for 'major military maneuver'
Egypt says discussed "major military manoeuvre" in Saudi Arabia
How RCMP officers tracked three Canadian girls in Egypt before they could join ...
He reached the RCMP liaison officer in Cairo, who convinced his Egyptian police contacts to track down and intercept the women at the airport. “Another hour or so, a couple of hours, they would have been gone because the fixer was already there (at ...
Egypt's Avian Flu Surge Lacks an Explanation
New York Times
Cases of H5N1 avian flu have been surging in Egypt since the fall. Egypt has now passed Indonesia as the country with the most human cases in total since the virus was first found in Hong Kong almost 20 years ago. About a third of the 336 cases Egypt ...
Seeking a solution for Egypt's troubled Sinai Peninsula
It has been occupied and fought over, fuelled accusations of lawlessness and neglect, and seen promises made and broken to its people. But ongoing concerns about security in Egypt's troubled Sinai Peninsula have been answered with successive military ...
Turkey condemns Sinai bombings, despite strained relations with Egypt
Turkey condemns terrorist attacks in Egypt
Occupancy Rate in Egypt's Resort City of Sharm 75 Percent During Easter ...
Egypt archaeologists find pharaoh chapel
Cairo (AFP) - Archaeologists excavating an ancient temple site in Cairo have discovered part of a chapel used by a pharaoh about 2,300 years ago, Egypt's antiquities ministry said on Tuesday. The discovery was made at a site in the ancient Pharaonic ...
WHO: Several factors fueling surge of H5N1 in Egypt
In a monthly zoonotic flu update today, the World Health Organization (WHO) said it received reports seven more H5N1 avian flu cases that were not reported on Apr 9 by the WHO's Eastern Mediterranean regional office. The recent Egyptian cases are some ...
Attacks in Egypt leave at least 12 dead
Among those being replaced are the generals in charge of military intelligence and Egypt's second field army, which is spearheading the battle against the insurgents in the northern Sinai. Egypt's army has been fighting a decade-long militant Islamist ...
Bombing attacks in Egypt kill and injure multiple people
Gaza: Egypt Responsible For Weapons Shortage
Two bomb attacks in Egypt's Sinai kill 13, wound dozens
Mr. Obama rewards Egypt's repression with military aid
JUST 11 days after President Obama resumed U.S. military aid to Egypt , Mohamed Soltan, a 27-year-old American, was sentenced to life in prison on trumped-up charges, in defiance of numerous public and private demands by senior U.S. officials for his ...
Egypt upholds Islamist ex-presidential candidate's jail term: sources
Egypt: Campaign fighting extremism includes burning school books
Egypt court sentences dozens of protesters, including a US citizen, to life in ...
UN Aids Local Solar Manufacturing in Egypt
In a welcome bid to promote solar energy use in Egypt's industrial sector, the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) has initiated a project to boost local solar manufacturing capacity in Egypt. Funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF ...
Egyptian Host to Israel: 'Put Trust in God and Bomb Iran'
Christian Broadcasting Network
Meanwhile, Egyptian TV personality Tawfik Okasha called Netanyahu "our dear friend" and suggested Israel take out the Bushehr Nuclear Reactor. "Put your trust in God and bomb it," Okasha said. "We are with you and if you need fuel for the jets, we will ...
Egypt, Netanyahu, Israeli Opposition - All Against Iran Deal