The Times of Israel
Egypt leader defends 'security measures' along Gaza border
The Times of Israel
“The measures taken by Egypt to secure its eastern borders are in full coordination with the Palestinian Authority and cannot have the aim of harming our Palestinian brothers in the Gaza Strip,” Sissi was quoted as saying in a statement sent by his office.
Egypt's Sisi in New York: The Highlights
Sisi praises German role in Egypt's development
Sisi Asserts Egypt's Keenness On Cooperation With IAEA
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's Interior Ministry says 2 soldiers killed by northern Sinai car bomb ...
The Egyptian government has been battling a long-running insurgency in northern Sinai, which escalated after the military ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi in July 2013 amid massive protests against his rule and cracked down on Islamic groups.
Car Bomb in Egypt Kills Two Soldiers
Sinai bombing kills two Egypt police
Egypt says 2 soldiers killed in northern Sinai car bomb
Middle East Monitor
Egypt says police killed militants who attacked Italian consulate
CAIRO Egyptian security forces on Friday killed nine militants who took part in a bomb attack at the Italian consulate in Cairo in July, the Interior Ministry said. The ultra-hardline Islamic State group, which has supporters based in Egypt's Sinai ...
Egypt: 9 Brotherhood Members Killed
9 Brotherhood members shot dead in Egypt
Egypt's security forces kill 9 'terrorists' during raid in Giza
Peter Greste: Egyptian authorities 'favourably considering' pardon for ...
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says Egyptian authorities have told her they are "favourably considering" a pardon for Australian journalist Peter Greste. Ms Bishop met with her Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry and president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on the ...
Australian journalist Peter Greste to get full pardon from Egypt: Julie Bishop
Egypt to grant Peter Greste full pardon: Julie Bishop
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop indicates journalist Peter Greste could soon be ...
Even with more generation, Egypt suffers from power bottleneck
Rolling blackouts in Egypt may be far from over if the country does not expand its electricity grid. A year ago the North African country faced its worst power crisis in recent times. Residents throughout Cairo went from one power cut a day, lasting ...
Killing of Mexican tourists puts scrutiny on western arms sales to Egypt
In Egypt's north Sinai region, where the government is battling Isis militants, residents say the military has displayed a pattern of indiscriminate killing which the government denies. The airstrike on the picnicking Mexican visitors reportedly ...
Bodies of 8 Mexicans killed in Egypt return home
Egypt's Pope Tawadros II arrives in Addis Ababa
In interview with Al-Ahram daily newspaper published Saturday, Pope Tawadros II denied that his trip to Ethiopia was related to the latest developments in talks between Egypt and Ethiopia over Nile River water shares, or the construction of the ...
Ethiopia's foreign minister hails 'positive' developments with Egypt and Sudan
Ethiopian foreign affairs minister Tedros Adhanom said on Saturday that the declaration of principles signed in March by Egyptian, Ethiopian, and Sudanese leaders in Sudan's capital Khartoum aims to make 'positive moves' between the three countries.
France Says Egypt To Buy Mistral Warships
PARIS — French President Francois Hollande said Wednesday Egypt had agreed to buy two Mistral warships which France built for Russia before scrapping the sale over the Ukraine crisis. The deal is the second big military contract this year between ...
Egypt Buys Two French Warships Originally Built for Russia
France to sell Egypt two warships previously contracted to Russia
Egypt buys 2 warships from France, 2nd big military purchase
Official says Egypt approves radar for Nefertiti tomb quest
FILE - In this Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, file photo, the gold mask of King Tutankhamun is seen in its glass case during a press tour, in the Egyptian Museum near Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt. An Egyptian official says the Antiquities Ministry gave an ...