Bodies of Mexico tourists killed in Egypt to be flown home
Survivors have told Mexican diplomats that they came under fire from a plane and helicopters. Egypt said the tourists had entered a restricted area and were "mistakenly" killed as security forces chased jihadists. Airport sources, declining to be named ...
2 hurt in bomb blast in Egypt's capital
2 wounded in bomb explosion in busy area of Egypt's capital Cairo
Gunmen Kill Senior Police Officer in Egypt's Restive Sinai
The Cairo Post
What Britain Learns From Egypt
To the corrupt, blood-stained generals of Egypt, British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon offered praise. He hailed Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's "vision of a more prosperous, more democratic society" and said he saw Egypt's top religious Islamic institutions ...
Egypt, UK military chiefs of Staff talk counter-terrorism efforts in Libya
Crowdfunding a Recovery in Egypt as Public Is Urged to Chip In
When an ancient Egyptian statue was put up for sale by a British museum, the government in Cairo called for its rescue on behalf of the nation -- without offering to put up the cash itself. Instead, the minister for antiquities urged Egyptians to dip ...
In Egypt, family of those 'accidentally' killed speak out
Fathy, his younger brother, and his brother-in-law told DW in their family home in the leafy neighborhood of Maadi in Cairo that they immediately rushed to the site where, Egyptian authorities would the next day admit, that the army had killed 12 ...
Hamas demands end to Egypt border crackdown
Hamas has said that the project further isolates the Gaza Strip, which has been under an Israeli and Egyptian blockade since the militant group seized power in 2007. Hamas said Sunday the project “represents a great danger” to homes on the Palestinian ...
Egypt to close Tutankhamen's tomb for restorations
The authorities have decided to restore the tomb, discovered near the southern city of Luxor in 1922 by British archeologist Howard Carter, to "preserve it and protect it" as it is "one of Egypt's most important archeological sites", Antiquities ...
Tutankhamun's Tomb Will Close for Restorations
Wall Street Journal
Egypt Swears In New Government
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egypt's President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi has sworn in a new government Saturday, a week after the previous cabinet resigned in an unanticipated move amid allegations of corruption against some officials. The new government will be led by Prime ...
Appointment of female Cabinet members in Egypt attracts attention online
Egypt swears in new government 1 week after cabinet resigns
Egypt's President Swears in New Government
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A major human rights organization in Britain has documented numerous cases of prisoner deaths in Egypt, saying the government is turning a blind eye to "the slow-motion executions" of those behind bars for expressing their beliefs. The “Graves of the ...
In A Viral Video, A Misleading Taste Of What It's Like In Egyptian Prison
Three 'beauties' join Egypt's new Cabinet, but still not enough?
The appointment of three women in Prime Minister Sherif Ismail's first Cabinet has attracted public attention in Egypt. Egypt's new Cabinet - headed by the former petroleum minister - was sworn in before Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi on ...
New York Times
Mexican Tourists Wounded in Egyptian Air Attack Return Home
New York Times
MEXICO CITY — The six Mexican survivors of an air attack by Egyptian security forces on a group of Mexican tourists and their Egyptian guides returned to their country on Friday as the Mexican government said it would seek compensation on their behalf ...
Mexican tourists who survived aerial bombing in Egypt return home
Mexico is outraged over citizens killed in Egypt but ignores the dead at home
Wounded come home as Mexico demands Egypt compensation