New York Times
Kerry Warns Egypt Human Rights Abuses Can Hurt Fight Against Terrorism
New York Times
“The success of our fight against terrorism depends on building trust between the authorities and the public,” Mr. Kerry said at a news conference with his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shoukry. “If that possibility does not exist, then, regrettably ...
Kerry visits Egypt as its repression grows
Kerry says United States, Egypt return to "stronger base" in ties
US resumes formal security talks with Egypt
U.S. News & World Report
Egypt court postpones Al-Jazeera English verdict to Aug. 29
U.S. News & World Report
Canadian Al-Jazeera English journalist Mohammed Fahmy, center, and his fiance Marwa Omara, left, arrive to Tora prison, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015. An Egyptian court on Sunday again postponed announcing a verdict in the retrial of three ...
Egypt postpones Al Jazeera retrial verdict to Aug. 29
Egypt postpones al-Jazeera retrial verdict to August 29
SA, Egypt and Zambia book places at U-23s in Senegal
South Africa, Egypt and Zambia all booked places in the 2015 African Under-23 Championships in Senegal, with wins in their qualifiers. The South Africans comfortably beat neighbours Zimbabwe 3-0, while Egypt beat Uganda 2-1 and Zambia squeezed past ...
Egypt to open Suez canal expansion two years early
Egypt is this week set to inaugurate a major expansion of the Suez canal finished in a third of the originally estimated time. The $8bn (£5bn) project had been projected to take three years but on the orders of the president, Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, the ...
Egypt to Open New Improved Suez Canal
Egypt 'rejected the renaming of Suez Canal'
Egypt says over half of summit promises turned into projects - planning minister
Why Is U.S. Cozying Up to Egypt?
What's really troubling about the U.S.'s cozying up to Sisi is that it robs the American side of any leverage it might have with Egypt to pursue regional security goals, such as the creation of a stable Sunni coalition to defeat Islamic State. Why ...
Countering the Islamist Violence Rising in Egypt
Egypt jails 300 Brotherhood supporters
Ibrahim Halawa: Irish teenager's mass trial in Egypt adjourned until October
The trial of a Dublin teenager held in an Egyptian prison for almost two years has been adjourned until 4 October. Ibrahim Halawa, the son of the most senior Muslim cleric in the Republic of Ireland, was arrested during a siege on the Al-Fath mosque in ...
Irishman's trial in Egypt postponed for eighth time
Ibrahim Halawa: Trial of jailed teenager in Egypt postponed for the eighth time
Egypt unable to aid Ibrahim Halawa until 'terrorism' case ends
Egypt court again postpones verdict in Jazeera retrial
Cairo (AFP) - An Egyptian court Sunday postponed for a second time its verdict in the retrial of three Al-Jazeera journalists, rescheduling it to August 29 in a move that sparked widespread criticism.
Suffering in silence, Sudanese refugees now migrating from Egypt
Funding shortfalls, bureaucracy and dealing with faceless organizations are experienced by seemingly every refugee population in Egypt. But some of the challenges facing people such as Mohamed and Alfadil are particular to the Sudanese community, too.
Egypt: ISIS offshoot leader killed in shootout
Egypt is battling an increasingly brazen insurgency in the Sinai Peninsula that has killed hundreds of police officers and soldiers since the army toppled Islamist President Mohammed Morsi in 2013 after mass protests against his rule. President Abdel ...
Egypt says militant leader killed in shootout
Egypt president signs elections law - official gazette
The election law allocates 448 seats to individual candidates and 120 seats to winner-takes-all lists with quotas for women, youth and Christians. The previous law allocated 420 seats to individuals and 120 through lists. Egypt's parliamentary poll was ...
Egypt president signs elections law
Egypt's Sisi amends electoral law ahead of vote
Egyptian President Signs Laws, Allowing to Schedule Parliamentary Elections