Egypt to 'Rebuild' the Lighthouse of Alexandria, One of the Seven Ancient ...
“Members of the Permanent Committee of the Egyptian Antiquities have approved an old project, submitted previously by the Alexandria governorate, aiming to revive the lighthouse,” Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities Dr. Mostafa Amin ...
Business as usual for Egypt and the West
The renewal of US arms shipments to Egypt has come in spite of the fact some observers say the country is worse under President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi than it was under its former leader Hosni Mubarak, who lost the support of the Americans during the ...
Free press in Egypt under attack
Sisi fails to meet Tamarod's goals
Egypt's Sisi says Ethiopians 'rescued' from Libya
"Such efforts contribute to achieving stability in Egypt as well as in Arab and African countries whose security is linked to that of the Red Sea," Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn told Sisi in a telephone call, according to a statement ...
Egyptian army forces free Ethiopians held in Libya - Sisi
Egypt's Sisi continues to woo Addis Ababa: Says Ethiopians 'rescued' from ...
Egypt's President Sisi Welcomes Freed Ethiopians Fleeing Libya in Cairo
'You are a target': Muslim extremists terrorize Egypt's Coptic Christians
Christians in Egypt are facing a new wave of persecution at the hands of Muslim extremists, and human rights groups fear the situation could be on the brink of exploding. While the attacks on Egypt's Christian community are not on the scale of ...
In Egypt: "We are targets" - Coptic Christians say they are being persecuted ...
Egypt: Replica Pharos Lighthouse plans approved
Egypt's permanent committee on antiquities has approved the proposal and now it's just down to the Alexandria's regional government to sign-off on it, Dr Mostafa Amin, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, tells the Youm7 website.
Egypt's independent media outlets face closures
Private newspapers suffered the same fate, while the governmental sector represented by the Egyptian Radio and Television Union (ERTU) incurred losses estimated at 3.6 billion Egyptian pounds (around $500 million) for the 2013-14 fiscal year. Its debts ...
Egypt: a rejoinder
In stating that the criminal cases against him and his associates were politically motivated, it ignores the fact that Egypt's judicial system has always been fully independent and provides lawful guarantees and processes to all accused persons.
Egypt Holds Record Currency Sale After Gulf Aid Boosts Reserves
Egypt held its biggest regular currency sale for banks on Thursday, seeking to end a dollar shortage that has crippled its economy for more than two years. The central bank sold $298.8 million to lenders, almost four times the amount offered at any ...
Amr Darrag: Ex-Muslim Brotherhood minister in exile still believes Egypt's ...
The 56-year-old American-educated professor of engineering from Cairo University sits at the Istanbul coffee shop, clean-shaven, smart blue shirt, eloquent in English – not exactly the model of an ex-minister of the Muslim Brotherhood government of Egypt.
Egypt jails 14 policemen, doctor for torture deaths
Egypt's junta has no intention of letting the people be free
Egypt court upholds death sentence for members of Muslim Brotherhood
A sunnier outlook for power in Egypt
Egypt has long been a pioneer in renewable energy; unlike other countries in the region, exploration of the potential of Egypt's vast renewable energy resources started more than a hundred years ago. Construction of the world's first thermal solar ...
Egypt tackles its power problems