New York Times
Cathedral Bombing in Cairo Leaves Egypt Alarmed, and Its President Scrambling
New York Times
CAIRO — President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on Monday made dramatic efforts to reassure Egypt's Coptic Christians — a pillar of his government's support — as they buried victims of a bombing on Sunday at their cathedral in Cairo, an act that has stirred ...
Anger grows among Egypt's Christians after deadly church bombing in Cairo
Suspect in Egypt Chapel Bombing Had 2014 Run-in With Police
Sisi says suicide bomber behind church attack in Egypt
Saudi sends Egypt condolences over church bomb despite Syria strain
DOHA Saudi Arabia's King Salman sent condolences to Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Monday after a church bombing in Cairo, a supportive gesture amid reports of tensions between the Arab states over Syria's war. A bombing at Cairo's largest ...
How Al Jazeera Further Worsened the Fast-deteriorating Egypt-Qatar Relationship
Is it SAFE to travel to Egypt? Latest travel information following TERROR bomb attack
Following the attack, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has urged travellers heading to Egypt to be “vigilant” and “follow local advice”. It also has advised tourists against all travel to the Governorate of North Sinai “due to the significant ...
Explosion kills 6 Egyptian police officers, wounds others in Cairo
CAIRO — A bomb blast killed six policemen and injured three others Friday in what was probably the deadliest assault targeting Egyptian security forces in Cairo in recent months, according to the country's state-run news service. The explosion ...
Egyptian blasts, one near pyramids, kill and wound officers
Bombing on Cairo road to pyramids kills 6 Egyptian police
Bomb attacks kill 7 in Egypt, new militant group emerging
Egypt's Oscar Hopeful Endures Blowback Over Secret Production, Censorship
In addition to a 10-minute segment on the government-owned Egyptian national TV accusing Diab of being a spy, weekly newspaper articles claimed he supported terrorism, the Muslim Brotherhood and even Zionism, and that the film was part of a wider ...
Wall Street Journal
Egypt Grapples With Drug Shortage Brought On by Currency Devaluation
Wall Street Journal
The sharp devaluation of Egypt's currency has caused an unprecedented shortage of imported medicines, putting vital drugs out of reach for some critically ill patients and squeezing the nation's poor and middle class. An Egyptian health ministry ...
Like Israel, Turkey and Egypt Trapped in Domestic Terror Quagmire
Like Israel, Turkey and Egypt Trapped in Domestic Terror Quagmire. All three nations understand that the violence that works with ISIS won't necessarily end local terror. Yet at the same time, any attempt to negotiate with terrorists is considered ...
Irishman jailed in Egypt crafts paper bouquet in flag colours ahead of birthday
Mr Halawa's lawyers have urged Egyptian president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to act on an application for a decree to secure his release. A new judge has been appointed to Mr Halawa's case, the fourth put in charge of the trial after he was detained with 493 ...
The Making of Egypt's Presidents
Menoufia, as Fawzy's home region is known, has produced four of Egypt's last five leaders. Anwar Sadat and Hosni Mubarak number among the governorate's native sons; though their families migrated to Cairo before they were born, so do current President ...
Egypt's Sisi says pound will strengthen over coming months
Pound Rate Not True Value, El-Sisi Says as Egypt Prices Spike
Egypt's president says economic reforms are no 'picnic'
Egypt MPs propose amendments in criminal procedure law to fight terrorism
Parliament Speaker Ali Abdel-Aal also said that the constitution could be amended if necessary to help Egypt foil terrorist acts. The MPs proposal came one day after a bombing attack on a church attached to St. Mark's Coptic Cathedral in Cairo left 24 ...