US citizen Mohamed Soltan freed from Egyptian prison
WASHINGTON – An Egyptian-American who had been sentenced to life in prison in Egypt and had been on a hunger strike for more than a year before being freed has arrived back in the United States. Mohammed Soltan, the son of a prominent member of ...
Egypt releases US citizen who'd been sentenced to life for activism
Mohamed Soltan, US Citizen Imprisoned in Egypt, Is Released
At Least 2600 Killed After Ouster Of Egypt's Islamist President Morsi, Rights ...
Egypt demolishes former President Hosni Mubarak's party headquarters
Egypt has begun demolishing the headquarters of the now-dissolved party of former President Hosni Mubarak. The building in Cairo near Tahrir Square was torched in the 2011 uprising that toppled Mubarak. Demolition workers also began tearing down a ...
Egypt starts demolishing Mubarak-era ruling party headquarters
Egypt demolishes headquarters of deposed President Mubarak
Mubarak's party headquarters destroyed in Egypt
Special Report: Egypt deploys scholars to teach moderate Islam, but skepticism ...
CAIRO (Reuters) - In his battle against militant Islam, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is relying not just on bomber planes and soldiers but on white-turbaned clerics from Al-Azhar, Egypt's 1,000-year-old center for Islamic learning. He wants ...
France's Le Pen hails Egypt's battle against 'extremism'
Saudi, Egypt Downplay Reports of Discord Over Syria
Egypt and Saudi Arabia sought Sunday to downplay reports of discord among the close allies over Syria during a visit of the Saudi foreign minister to Cairo. Riyadh is a key backer of Islamist rebels battling to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad ...
Saudi, Egypt share 'common vision' on Yemen war
Officials: Militants Blow up Natural Gas Pipeline in Egypt
Security officials in Egypt say suspected Islamic militants have blown up a natural gas pipeline outside el-Arish, the provincial capital of North Sinai. The officials say authorities stopped the flow of the gas to extinguish the fire after the blast ...
Canadian journalist on trial in Egypt distances himself from Al Jazeera
The 41-year-old journalist says it's become clear Al Jazeera failed to protect its employees working in Egypt. Crucial to his case at this point, he says, is being able to separate himself from the broadcaster, who he is now suing for $100 million in ...
Canadian journalist on trial in Egypt tries to separate himself from employer
Egypt money supply up 16.5 pct in April-central bank
M2 money supply stood at 1.7 trillion Egyptian pounds at the end of April 2015, compared to 1.46 trillion at the end of April 2014. Following is a table of the latest Egyptian M2 money supply figures in trillions of Egyptian pounds, according to the ...
Central bank: Egypt money supply up 16.5 percent in April
Modern Humans Originated From Africa Via Egypt And Not Ethiopia: Study
A new study has found that humans may have first migrated out of Africa through Egypt — not Ethiopia, as was once believed. Genetic analysis of people living in Ethiopia and Egypt today has revealed that ancient people carried out a migration through ...
Contrary To Popular Beliefs, Early Humans May Have Migrated Through Egypt
Modern humans spread out of Africa from Egypt new study finds
Early humans left Africa through Egypt, study says
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French far-right leader says Egypt visit failed to change immigration view
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CAIRO (Reuters) - The leader of France's far right National Front party said on Sunday that a visit to Egypt to meet with the country's religious and political leaders had no effect on her views on Arab and Muslim immigration to France. Since taking ...
In Egypt to meet moderate Muslims, France's far-right leader is scolded for ...
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Perhaps it was this desire to understand more moderate strands of Islam that led Le Pen to make a surprise visit to Egypt on Thursday, meeting with Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, grand imam of al-Azhar, a Sunni Islamic institution that is among the most ...