Egypt's Leader Tries to Rule as a 1-man Show After a Year in Office
Abdel Fattah al-Sisi Bernd von Jutrczenka—picture-alliance/AP Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi at a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the Federal Chancellery in Berlin on June 3, 2015.
Hungary's Orban: stability in Egypt key for Arabs, Europe
Egypt court overturns Hamas terror blacklisting
Egypt's appeals court has overturned a ruling that listed the Palestinian militant group Hamas as a terrorist organisation, court officials say. One of them told AFP news agency the ruling in February was quashed because the lower court was not ...
Egyptian court rules that Hamas is not a terrorist organization
Egypt Backtracks on Calling Hamas a Terrorist Group
Egypt court rules Hamas not 'terrorist', removes group from official blacklist
Warner 'wanted $7m' from Egypt
Former Egypt sports minister Aley Eddine Helal has claimed that ex-FIFA vice-president Jack Warner wanted a bribe of $7 million in order to vote for Egypt in the bidding for the 2010 World Cup. Warner, who has been arrested and charged by the U.S. over ...
Jack Warner wanted $7m bribe to vote for us as World Cup hosts, says Egypt
Egypt Confirms Top FIFA Official Demanded Bribe for 2010 World Cup
Egypt refused to bribe FIFA official to secure World Cup vote: Former sports ...
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American Pharoah, owned by orthodox Jew from Egypt, wins horse racing triple ...
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Zayat returned to Egypt in 1995 and formed an investment group that bought the newly privatized Al Ahram Beverages company. Zayat helped turn the company around by introducing Fayrouz – a non-alcoholic blend of malt, fruit and sparkling water – into ...
Egypt sets date for Morsi sentencing
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt has arrested two senior Muslim Brotherhood leaders, an official said as a court on has set a date for next week on its final ruling following the death sentence recently handed down to ousted President Mohammed Morsi, who hails from ...
'Spring' and Counterrevolution in Egypt: Four years of reflections
Egypt's Dead Men Walking
Egyptian football's 'magician' denies funding Muslim Brotherhood
Russia and Egypt hold joint naval exercise
MOSCOW Russia and Egypt are holding their first ever joint naval exercise, Russia's defence ministry said on Saturday, strengthening the ties between two states which were once Cold War allies. The eight-day drills off the Mediterranean Egyptian port ...
Russia Begins Naval Exercises With Egypt
Egypt, Russia begin naval exercise in Mediterranean
Egypt holds first naval drills with Russia off Alexandria
Risky Gazans Begin Digging Out Smuggling Tunnels To Egypt Again
Just a couple of years ago, Gazans could get lukewarm Kentucky Fried Chicken — and nearly anything else — delivered from Egypt through commercial smuggling tunnels dug under the Gaza-Egyptian border. But by mid-2013, the free flow of smuggled ...
Egypt Museum Curators Accused of Replacing Antiquities With Fakes
CAIRO - Two curators at Egypt's major new antiquities museum have been arrested on suspicion of stealing antiquities and replacing them with replicas in order to cover up their crime, officials said. The two workers were detained at the National Museum ...
Two Egyptian Policemen Shot Dead Near Pyramids of Giza
New York Times
CAIRO — In an unusual daytime attack near Egypt's most visible tourist attraction, gunmen shot and killed two police officers on Wednesday, a few hundred yards from the pyramids of Giza, security officials said. Tourism is a vital source of foreign ...
Egypt police shot dead near Giza pyramids
Gunmen Kill 2 Egyptian Policemen Near Giza
Two Egyptian tourism police killed in rare attack near pyramids
Egypt Court Gives 2 Years Prison to 12 Over 2013 Violence
An Egyptian court has sentenced 12 alleged supporters of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group to two years in prison over violence in the city of Suez in December 2013. Six others were acquitted in the case Saturday, which involved street clashes, ...