New York Times
Leaks Gain Credibility and Potential to Embarrass Egypt's Leaders
New York Times
CAIRO — For months, a steady trickle of leaked audio recordings has appeared to offer a rare chance to eavesdrop on embarrassing conversations among the inner circle of army generals around President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt. Mr. Sisi and the ...
Once untouchable, Egypt's Sisi faces media attacks
President Sisi promises huge new development projects for Egypt
Egypt's Sisi wants 1mn Hepatitis C doses from drug companies
Egypt justice minister quits over social class remarks
Egypt's justice minister has resigned after raising a public uproar by saying in a TV interview that the children of rubbish collectors workers are too lowly to become judges. The comments on Sunday by Mahfouz Saber brought a heavy backlash on social ...
Egypt's justice minister sacked over social class remarks
Egypt Minister: Trash Collectors' Children Too Low to Be Judges
Egypt's justice minister resigns after saying a cleaner's child could never be ...
Al-Jazeera reporter sues network for $100m over Egypt detention
Their first trial came against the backdrop of strained ties between Egypt and Qatar, which supported Morsi. Egypt's authorities charged the three with spreading “false news” during their coverage of demonstrations, and also said they were working ...
Journalist Fahmy to sue Al-Jazeera for Egypt 'negligence'
Egypt: Journalist Sues Al Jazeera
Al Jazeera plays a dangerous game in Egypt
That's a wrap! Egyptian mummy 'scandal' exposed
From cutting corners and bodge jobs to outright fraud, failing to deliver a promised service is the scourge of modern business. But it seems to be an age-old problem: the Ancient Egyptian mummy industry wasn't above a bit of sharp practice when ...
70 million animal mummies: Egypt's dark secret
Ancient Egyptian Animal Mummy Scandal Revealed
animal mummy 'scandal' revealed
Christian Science Monitor
Journalist on trial in Egypt sues Al-Jazeera for negligence (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Cairo — Al-Jazeera English journalist Mohammed Fahmy, who faces a retrial in Egypt after more than a year behind bars on terrorism-related charges, says he has filed a lawsuit in Canada against the Al-Jazeera network. At a press conference Fahmy, who ...
Reporter suing Al Jazeera for $100 million over Egypt detention
Al Jazeera reporter sues own network over Egypt detention
Morsi Sentence Latest Sign of Politicized Justice in Egypt
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 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
Egyptian court sentences Mubarak and sons to three years in jail for corruption
Egypt's Hosni Mubarak jailed in corruption retrial
Egyptian figures reveal 92% married women suffered female genital mutilation
Up to 92 per cent of married women in Egypt have undergone female genital mutilation, it has been revealed. The country's Minister of Health Adel Adawy said the figure relates to women aged between 15 and 49 – and is even higher at 95 per cent in rural ...
Most married women in Egypt went through genital mutilation - health minister
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
Court Orders Arrest of Policeman Accused of Killing Activist Sabbagh
Egypt policeman suspected of killing protester detained
Burlington City (2) at New Egypt (6) - Baseball
Dan Fernicola went 1-for-3 with two RBI while Chris Simms went 2-for-4 with an RBI. Neal Flogel went 2-for-2 with two runs while Justin Colarocco went 2-for-3 for New Egypt. Nick Wajda went 1-for-3 while Troy Schuck and Danilo Rubio both scored a run ...