Egypt summons US ambassador over Muslim Brotherhood
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Egypt summoned the U.S. ambassador in Cairo to show displeasure at Muslim Brotherhood figures coming to Washington for a private conference, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday. One source, who spoke on ...
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.
Egypt: Year of Abuses Under al-Sisi
Attach Human-Rights Conditions to Aid for Egypt
Rights group says Egypt's Sisi gets wide Western support despite rights abuses
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 ...
Syrian Opposition in Egypt to Search for Political Solution
Egypt is deeply suspicious of the Islamist groups that dominate the Syrian opposition, and has said it supports a political settlement that would include keeping part of Assad's government intact, according to a previous U.N. agreement reached in ...
Egypt holds potential for Indian auto component industry
"We are optimistic and look forward to a long standing engagement in this market which will not only give access to the Egyptian auto industry to superior price competitive components matching global standards, but will also help them to engage with ...
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
Risky Gazans Begin Digging Out Smuggling Tunnels To Egypt Again
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 Jack Warner sought money
Egypt ex-official says FIFA's Warner sought money, citing influence in World ...
Attacks in Egypt's North Sinai Kill 1 Soldier, Wound 5
Militants in Egypt's northern Sinai carried out two separate attacks against military troops in the restive province, killing one soldier and wounding five, security and hospital officials said. In one Monday attack, fighters ambushed a military ...
1 Egyptian soldier killed, 5 wounded in two Sinai militant attacks
Islamic Mobs in Egypt Are Burning Down Christians' Homes, Forcing Families to ...
Relatives and neighbours of Egyptian Coptic men killed in Libya chant pro-army slogans during a protest while carrying crosses in al-Our village, in Minya governorate, south of Cairo, February 16, 2015. Thousands of traumatized mourners gathered on ...
Egypt's latest court ruling may thaw relations with Hamas
Hamas security officers, front, stand guard as Egyptian soldiers are posted in the Egyptian side of the Rafah border crossing, as seen from Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, Tuesday, May 26, 2015. (File photo: AP) ...
Official: Egypt seeks rapprochement with Hamas