Does Egypt's Law Protect 'Short-Term Brides' Or Formalize Trafficking?
Egypt has an unusual law known as the "seasonal marriage" law, and the government says it's aimed at helping the many poor families who resort to selling their daughters into temporary or long-term marriages with wealthy, older foreign men to support ...
Egypt's decades-long war on college kids
Egypt's Interior Ministry admitted last week that at least 3,462 university students are currently imprisoned in Egypt. As Middle East history professor Howard Eissenstat noted, that's more than the entire student body of some US colleges, including ...
Five Years After the Revolution: Curing Egypt's Corruption
Egypt: What went wrong in the January revolution?
Egypt arrests cartoonist for illegally running a webpage, publishing 'offensive' drawings
EL-ARISH, Egypt – An Egyptian cartoonist, whose work is occasionally critical of government figures, was arrested in the capital, Cairo, on Sunday and charged with running a webpage without a license, the country's Interior Ministry said in a statement.
Egypt cartoonist Islam Gawish briefly arrested 'over website'
Egypt Releases Cartoonist Pending Investigations
Cartoonist Is Arrested as Egypt Cracks Down on Critics
Egypt seeks free trade zone with Russia
Kabil added that the industrial zone in the Suez Canal area will significantly improve not only Russia's trade with Egypt, but with other African countries. “Seventy percent of Russian trade could be with Africa and 30 percent with the local market ...
Egypt grants Russia land for industrial zone in Suez Gulf
Middle East Eye
Egypt Suffers From Shortage of Dollars
Wall Street Journal
Visitors aren't showing up as before to Egypt's beaches and pyramids. Political unrest and a string of terror attacks have given investors pause. And what both groups brought with them, dollars, are in critically short supply. President Abdel Fattah Al ...
Detained Egypt cartoonist who mocked Sisi is freed
Egypt: African Union Summit Adopts Egyptian Initiatives On Climate Change
Egypt's Sisi says open to criticism, admits deficiency in dealing with youths
Al Jazeera Journo Mohamed Fahmy's Egypt Hell Memoir 'The Marriott Cell' Being Developed Into Feature Film
Egyptian-Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy's upcoming memoir “The Marriott Cell,” about his arrest with two other Al Jazeera English reporters at the Cairo Marriott hotel in December 2013 and the protracted incarceration that followed, is being ...
Al-Jazeera Reporter's Egyptian Prison Memoir Being Made into a Movie
The Times of Israel
Netanyahu's office denies report of Egypt trip
The Times of Israel
In December 2015, Egypt ordered a freeze on talks to import Israeli gas following a ruling by the International Chamber of Commerce that Egyptian gas companies must compensate the Israel Electric Corporation $1.76 billion over a cut to the supply in 2012.
Egypt court sentences seven Morsi supporters to death
A military court in Egypt sentenced seven supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi to death on Monday over their alleged role in a deadly bombing last year. The court in the second city of Alexandria handed down the execution sentences to seven of ...
Egypt court issues preliminary death sentences for Kafr El-Sheikh bombers
Egypt's Tourism Collapse Stretches From the Pyramids to the Beach
About 1 million tourists visited Egypt in November and December, down 41 percent from last year and the lowest number during these peak months since at least 2005, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Tourism wasn't that weak even in November ...
Did ancient Egypt suffer from climate change?
(CNN) New details have emerged of a previously unknown queen of ancient Egypt -- and if the professor behind the find is correct, it could be bad news for the rest of us. Reports surfaced in November of the tomb of Khentkaus III, a queen in the era of ...
End of the world prediction sparked by discovery of Egyptian Queen mother's tomb
Doomsday prediction from Egyptian queen's tomb?