Obama Is Sending Military-Grade Spy Gear To Egypt. What Could Go Wrong?
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama's State Department has approved the sale to Egypt of a sophisticated, military-grade mobile surveillance system that experts and activists fear Cairo's authoritarian regime will use against the country's citizens.
Complicit in Egypt's repression : Rutland Herald Online
Egypt Minister: 'No country immune from attacks' - BBC News
Egypt: Six killed in clashes amid Brotherhood protest - BBC News
At least six people have been killed in clashes between Islamist protesters and police in Egypt's capital Cairo. The violence broke out during demonstrations in support of ousted President Mohammed Morsi and the banned Muslim Brotherhood after prayers ...
Deadly Clashes Break Out At Egypt Muslim Brotherhood Protest - Huffington Post
Six die in clashes as Egypt celebrates Eid al-Fitr | News | DW.COM | 17.07.2015
At Least Six Dead in Egypt After Muslim Brotherhood Clashes - WSJ
Why things could get even worse for reporters in Egypt - Columbia Journalism ...
Columbia Journalism Review
A request at the Egyptian Government Press Office for some long-sought-after piece of documentation normally results in someone pulling out a stack of papers or going to a cupboard stuffed with folders. But my request to find the people working for ...
ISIS affiliate claims it attacked Egyptian navy ship - CNN.com
'High threat' of terror attack near Egypt beach resort after ISIS strike on ...
ISIS: Egypt Navy Ship Was Blasted With 'Guided Missile' - Newsmax.com
Egypt's New Drug Addiction - The Daily Beast
Egypt certainly isn't the only country on the African continent reeling from tramadol's emergence—last September, tiny Benin seized a single shipment of 160 tons. But this phenomenon has struck Egypt's ailing health network hard at a time when the ...
Brits warned of a high terror threat in Egypt following ship attack | Daily ...
British tourists are being warned that there is a 'high threat' from terrorism in Egypt after ISIS attacked a naval patrol ship off the coast of Sinai. The attack yesterday was in a region popular with tourists, including the beach resort of Sharm el ...
ISIS Claims Responsibility for Rocket Attack on Egyptian Navy Ship | TIME
Islamic State claims bold strike on an Egyptian navy vessel - The Washington Post
Egypt ISIS Affiliate Claims Destruction of Naval Vessel - The New York Times
Wall Street Journal
Valeant to Buy Egypt's Amoun, Expanding to Mideast - WSJ
Wall Street Journal
The purchase of Egypt's biggest drug maker marks Valeant's push into the Middle Eastern and African markets. The company said it expects Amoun to serve as a platform for further expansion in the regions. Amoun, founded in 1998 and acquired in 2006 by a ...
Valeant grabs a Middle Eastern foothold with $800M pact for Egypt's Amoun ...
Canadian drug maker to acquire one of Egypt's largest pharmaceutical ...
Valeant to buy Egyptian drugmaker Amoun for about $800 million | Reuters
Florida Man Gives Presbyterian Church $1 Million for Mission Work in Egypt
"Since the events of the 18-day revolution that began in Egypt on Jan. 25, 2011, the national manifestation of what is popularly known as "the Arab Spring," there has been a new era of openness in the country which has permitted church growth, even as ...
Egypt drops two-year jail penalty for journalists in proposed anti-terror law ...
Egypt drops two-year jail penalty for journalists in proposed anti-terror law. Proposal no longer carries the threat of jail for reporting that contradicts official statements, but instead fines journalists up to £41,000. Egyptian journalists demand ...
Egypt to revise anti-terror media law: MENA - Yahoo News
Egypt to revise anti-terror media law: MENA
Egypt navy ship 'hit by Sinai militants' missile'
Islamic State-affiliated militants in Sinai say they have carried out a missile attack on an Egyptian naval vessel in the Mediterranean Sea. The militants, who call themselves Sinai Province, posted pictures online of what looked like a missile ...
PressTV-'Egypt unable to stop popular protests'
Press TV: When you look at Egypt right now, it is also a victim of a lot of upheavals specifically within the Sinai region. Wouldn't the Egyptian government try to bridge differences amongst different Egyptian factions as a form of restoring stability ...