Obama Administration Criticizes Egypt in Report to Congress
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt is moving away from democracy, stifling freedom of expression, arresting thousands for political dissent and failing to hold the security forces accountable for “arbitrary or unlawful killings,” the Obama administration has determined in ...
Egyptian bribe allegations made against Jack Warner
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner asked Egypt to pay a $7m bribe in exchange for seven votes to host the 2010 World Cup, a former Egyptian minister has alleged. Aley Eddine Helal, a former minister of youth and sports in Egypt, told AFP that ...
Egypt ex-official says FIFA's Warner sought money, citing influence in World ...
Egypt ex-minister says FIFA's Warner asked for $7 million bribe
Warner 'wanted $7m bribe for Egypt World Cup vote'
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.
'Stripped, Beaten, Humiliated' and Barred From Her Own Trial in Egypt
Egypt's President Issues Rare Apology After Lawyer Beaten
Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi issues rare apology after lawyer ...
Egyptian court rules that Hamas is not a terrorist organization
This development could be significant given the makeup of Egypt's current government -- which took over after the military ousted Muslim Brotherhood leader-turned-president Mohammed Morsy -- and Hamas' prominent, controversial place in the Middle East, ...
Egypt court overturns Hamas terror blacklisting
Egyptian court cancels Hamas listing as terrorist organization: sources
Egyptian court axes ruling to list Hamas as terrorist group, sources say
Yahoo News UK
Russia and Egypt hold joint naval exercise
Yahoo News UK
Russia is contributing the missile cruiser Moskva, corvette Samum, landing ship Alexander Shabalin, tanker Ivan Bubnov and a tugboat, while Egypt is contributing the frigates Taba and Damiyat, the tanker Shatalin, two patrol boats and two F-16 fighters.
Jerusalem Post Israel News
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 ...
Daily News Egypt
MIDEAST DEBT-Egypt's comeback bond should pave way for future deals
Should encourage other Egyptian offerings. By Archana Narayanan and David French. DUBAI, June 7 (Reuters) - Robust global demand for Egypt's first bond in five years could prompt it to revisit the debt markets as early as this year, as the Arab world's ...
Revenue of dollar bonds sold by Egypt is convenient: Analysts
Egypt's comeback bond should pave way for future deals
Egypt, Italy and Algeria call for political solution in Libya
Cairo - Algeria, Egypt and Italy on Sunday called for a political solution in Libya, on the eve of UN-mediated talks aimed at forming a unity government in the war-torn country. Libya plunged into chaos after a 2011 Nato-backed uprising toppled and ...
Egypt voices support for 'legitimate government and army' in Libya
Egypt, Italy FMs Agree Stabilization in Libya First Step Against Terrorism
Algeria, Italy, Egypt FMs meet to discuss Libya
The Times of Israel
Russia, Egypt Begin Joint Naval Drill
Russia's Defense Ministry says Russian and Egyptian warships have begun their first ever joint naval exercises in the Mediterranean. The ministry said the eight-day drill off the Egyptian port of Alexandria, which started on June 6, is aimed at ...
In first, Russia and Egypt hold naval drill
Russia begins naval exercises with Egypt
Egypt, Russia hold joint naval maneuvers off Alexandria
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
Mass death sentences now a part of life in Egypt
Egypt authorities arrest Muslim Brotherhood leaders