Egyptian court: Former President Hosni Mubarak can go free
Cairo (CNN) Hosni Mubarak had been Egypt's strong-handed president, controlling the North African nation for nearly three decades. He'd been target of mass scorn and derision, with hundreds of thousands hitting the streets to blast his rule. He'd been ...
Egypt: Hosni Mubarak sentenced to three years in prison
Egypt court sentences Mubarak, sons to three years in jail
Court sentences Egypt's Mubarak, sons to 3 years in prison
animal mummy 'scandal' revealed
Scientists say they have exposed a scandal at the heart of Ancient Egypt's animal mummy industry. A scanning project at Manchester Museum and the University of Manchester has revealed that about a third of the bundles of cloth are empty inside.
70 million animal mummies: Egypt's dark secret
Secret Tapes of the 2013 Egypt Coup Plot Pose a Problem for Obama
If you're among the conspirators who ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in 2013, it seems you initiate a flurry of meetings and phone calls and soon reach a solution that relies on forgery and, to make sure a replacement jail looks authentic, ...
Egyptian policeman accused of killing activist goes on trial
The trial has begun of an Egyptian policeman accused of killing an unarmed female activist. Yassin Hatem Salahedeen, a 24-year-old police lieutenant, is charged with manslaughter over the death of Shaimaa al-Sabbagh. She died after appearing to be shot ...
Trial over protester's death shows Egypt revolution's open wounds
Egypt policeman suspected of killing protester detained
Egyptian Police Officer Detained In Killing Of Unarmed Protester
The 'Jon Stewart of Egypt' eyes his next project after a stint teaching at Harvard
Bassem Youssef, who has been dubbed the Jon Stewart of Egypt for his biting political satire, participates in a discussion of satire and free speech Friday, May 1, 2015, in Boston. A resident fellow for the spring semester at Harvard University's ...
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Egypt rules out special treatment for Irish teenager
Egypt's newly-installed Ambassador to Ireland, Soha Gendi, told the Irish Independent that politicians were precluded from interfering in what was now a judicial process. Ms Gendi also said that Mr Halawa's three sisters, who were arrested at the same ...
Al Jazeera plays a dangerous game in Egypt
The Al Jazeera journalist, who spent 411 days in Egypt's gruesome Tora prison on trumped-up state charges of “terrorism”, refused, even after a long Cairo lunch – no alcohol, of course, but heaps of prawns and sea bass – to tell me exactly what he's ...
Closing arguments in trial of 2 Al-Jazeera English reporters in Egypt expected ...
Power cut takes Egypt state TV off air for about 50 minutes
U.S. News & World Report
CAIRO (AP) — A power cut at the Egyptian state TV building took most state-run channels off the air for about 50 minutes on Saturday evening, state media reported. Local media outlets said Saturday evening's interruption was the first time the ...
Power cut takes Egypt state TV off air
Egypt seizes 'pro-Muslim Brotherhood' ex-footballer's assets
The Egyptian authorities have seized assets of former national football star Mohamed Aboutrika, amid allegations that he helped fund banned Islamist movement the Muslim Brotherhood. The authorities said a court was expected to decide on the issue soon.
The Egyptian government seized a soccer star's assets over connection to the ...
Egypt footballing legend Abu Trika defiant after asset seizure
Lawyer of Egypt footballer says not all of Aboutrika's assets are seized
Egypt wants to rebuild the Lighthouse of Alexandria
Not much is known about the details of the proposed rebuild and, according to The Telegraph, Egypt's antiquities ministry has a poor record of preservation and restoration. The Lighthouse was one of the longest surviving Ancient World Wonders alongside ...
Egypt plans to rebuild Alexandria lighthouse – one of world's Seven Wonders
Egypt to 'rebuild' Lighthouse of Alexandria
Egypt planning to rebuild 'Lighthouse of Alexandria'