Egypt court hands Mursi death sentence in blow to Muslim Brotherhood
Judge Shaaban el-Shami, said the Grand Mufti, Egypt's top religious authority, had said in his opinion that the death sentence was permissible for the defendants who had been referred to him. Wearing his blue prison suit, the bespectacled and bearded ...
Egypt's Morsy: Death sentence upheld; life term in second case
Egypt Court Upholds Death Sentence for Ousted President Morsi
Ex-Egyptian president Morsi's death sentence upheld
Egypt hopes Suez Canal expansion will see cash flood in
Now Egypt's President Abdel Fatah el-Sisi hopes its facelift will breathe new life into Egypt's economy. Everything about this project is ambitious. The funds needed for the new 70 kilometers of canal was raised within eight days. Only Egyptian ...
Valeant said to be in advanced talks to buy Egypt drug-maker Amoun
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Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. is in advanced negotiations to acquire Egyptian drug-maker Amoun Pharmaceutical Co. as it seeks to expand into emerging markets, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The drug-maker, based in ...
Navy engineer admits trying to leak plans for new aircraft carrier to Egypt
A Naval engineer admitted Monday that he tried to leak drawings of the military's new aircraft carrier to the Egyptian government — a plot that was foiled because the engineer was actually corresponding with an undercover FBI agent. Mostafa Ahmed ...
Man Pleads Guilty to Trying to Give Ford Carrier Specs to Egypt
US naval engineer pleads guilty to Egypt spying bid
Wall Street Journal
Egypt Reduces Dependence on Foreign Wheat
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egypt's efforts to reduce its reliance on overseas purchases of wheat are starting to pay off, and will accelerate in the next fiscal year starting in July, according to a senior government official. Egypt's government faces a cash crunch as ...
Egypt's wheat reserves sufficient until Jan. 2016: presidency
Egypt NGOs face 'renewed crackdown': rights groups
Cairo (AFP) - Ten international rights groups have denounced a "renewed crackdown" by the authorities in Egypt on independent civil society groups that receive foreign funding or are critical of the government.
Egypt: Renewed Crackdown on Independent Groups
Egypt should halt 2002 Law on Associations immediately: HRW
Egypt : Renewed Crackdown on Independent Groups, Government (...)
Egypt extends opening of Rafah crossing into Gaza for two days
Gaza, a small impoverished coastal enclave, is under blockade by neighboring Israel, and Egypt has kept its Rafah crossing largely shut since Cairo's Islamist President Mohamed Mursi was toppled by the army in 2013 after mass protests against his rule.
Egypt temporarily opens Gaza border crossing in sign of thaw with Hamas
Egypt opens Gaza Strip borders for first time in months (+video)
Egypt extends opening of Rafah border crossing to Palestinians for 2 days
Italia '90 revisited: Ireland play Egypt and Eamon Dunphy's reaction causes a ...
Ireland will be on track for the second round, once group minnows Egypt are safely dispatched on Sunday. The sun's shining, back home and especially in Italy, we've just got one over the auld enemy and we're excelling in the biggest sporting event in ...
Kevin Moran exclusive: I was astonished by Egypt's range of skills and ...
Egypt football fans 'tortured' into confessions over stampede
Ashraf Hemdan, 21, and his teenage nephew Ali are among 16 defendants on trial accused of sparking the crush in February that killed 19 people during a match in the Egyptian capital. "Ashraf is innocent. He told me he was beaten and tortured with ...
Egypt Football Fans Forced To Confess On Deadly Stampede
Egyptian groups: Government has been kidnapping students, activists
CAIRO — They have been taken from their homes, the streets, even from schools. Some have turned up dead, while others have just vanished. They are Egypt's disappeared: dozens of students and activists kidnapped in what human rights advocates say is ...