Bomb attack in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula kills two police officers
Egyptian army forces patrol amid debris in town of Rafah, in the Sinai Peninsula, on November 01, 2014. On August 9, 2015, two police officers were killed when a bomb detonated next to their armored vehicle in the Sinai Peninsula town of Arish. Since ...
Roadside bomb kills 2 police in Egypt's Sinai, wounds 3
Two police officers killed in Egypt's Suez, Sinai
Deputy head of police station killed in Egypt's Suez
What Israel Can Learn From Egypt's New Suez Canal
Excavations on the Suez Canal began in 1859, after Egyptian ruler Muhammad Sa'id Pasha granted the concession to build it to a French company. The project took 10 years to complete. More than a million Egyptian laborers worked on it, with 120,000 dying ...
The New Suez Canal: A great step for a new Egypt
China, Egypt plan future cooperation: El-Sisi's office
Egypt unveils Suez Canal extension in festive style
Egypt's 'gift to the world' cost $8 billion and probably wasn't necessary
SUEZ — There was no public feasibility study, just an order from the new president. He wanted Egypt to dig a new Suez Canal. Oh, and he wanted it completed in a year. That was last August. And on Thursday, with much pomp and circumstance, President ...
Egypt hails $8bn Suez canal expansion as gift to world at lavish ceremony
Egypt launches Suez Canal expansion
'"Build it and they will come" is not enough': Egypt's $8 billion Suez Canal ...
Egypt rejects Qatari mediation to reconcile with Brotherhood
In a recent interview, Qatari Foreign Minister Khalid al-Attiyah said Doha does not regard the Muslim Brotherhood as a "terrorist organization" as the Egyptian authorities do, adding: "All of the parties in Egypt need to meet half-way," he said. "All ...
Egypt rejects Qatari offer to mediate between government and banned Muslim ...
Egypt rejects Qatari offer to mediate with Brotherhood
Brother of al Qaeda leader al-Zawahiri in Egypt's dock
Together with 66 co-defendants, al-Zawahiri is accused of forming a terrorist group linked to al Qaeda and plotting attacks on government installations, security forces and Egypt's Christian minority. Al-Zawahiri is charged with having formed and armed ...
Whatever is the matter with Egypt?
'Whatever happened to Egypt'? The American official exclaiming in dismay at Egypt's stunning diminishing regional role in recent years. He was lamenting what he termed Egypt's retrenchment from its previous status as the Arab world's political ...
Egypt's Mursi stops eating, says he 'cannot trust prison food'
Ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, wearing a red jumpsuit that designates he has been sentenced to death, raises his hands inside a defendants cage in a makeshift courtroom at the national police academy, in an eastern suburb of Cairo, Egypt, ...
Report: Ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi refusing prison food he calls ...
Report: Egypt's ousted President Morsi refusing prison food
Egypt's Mursi complains about prison food, requests medical exam - state media
Prospects of U.S.-Egypt Strategic Relations
After six years of waiting, the United States and Egypt have rekindled formal strategic dialogue. While Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to Cairo is by no means the only pathway to negotiations between Egypt and the U.S. (as many of these ...
Swimmer Akram makes history for Egypt after finishing fourth in World's 1500m ...
The 19-years-old swimmer was the first ever Egyptian to reach the Men's 1500m final at the World Championship after ending the preliminary round in fifth place with a time of 14 minutes and 55.42 seconds, 4.38 seconds behind the winner Paltrinieri of ...
Deadline passes for Croat held by IS militants in Egypt
CAIRO (AP) — Police searches and diplomatic efforts intensified over the fate of a Croatian hostage held in Egypt by Islamic State extremists, who threatened to kill him Friday if the government did not release imprisoned Islamist women.
Egyptian official: Militants kill 1 police and injure 3