How Egypt's most famous jailed couple celebrated Valentine's Day
Hegazi, 29 , an Egyptian American citizen, graduated from George Mason University in Virginia with a degree in conflict resolution. According to her brother Basel Hegazi, she had always been “passionate about change," had volunteered for many ...
Egypt: Retrial for policeman accused of killing Shaimaa el-Sabbagh
Egypt's highest court has annulled a 15-year jail sentence for a policeman accused of shooting dead a protester. A retrial has been ordered over the death of Shaimaa el-Sabbagh in January last year. Images of the frail figure dying on a Cairo street ...
Egypt overturns policeman's conviction for activist's death
Egypt Policeman's Conviction Overturned in Protester's Death
Egypt Orders New Trial for Police Officer Convicted in Killing of Protester
Italian student killed in Egypt: Giulio Regeni 'showed signs of electrocution'
The Italian student who was tortured and found dead in Cairo last week had seven broken ribs, signs of electrocution on his penis and a brain haemorrhage, according to a senior source inside Egypt's forensics authority. The authority on Saturday handed ...
Italian student showed signs of electrocution - Egypt forensic source
Egypt's prosecution receives mobile tracking report of slain Italian student Regeni
US State Dep't Joins World Storm Over The Torture-Murder By El-Sisi's Egypt of Italian Student
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Report: Minister's comments lead to Egypt canceling Netanyahu meeting
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The announcement comes after Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz said earlier this month that Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ordered the flooding of several Hamas tunnels linking Egypt to the Gaza Strip, to a certain extent, "due to Israel's request."
IN PICTURES: Frontier between Egypt and Gaza opens briefly
Egypt President Sisi to keep Gaza border open for extra day
Egypt opens Gaza Strip border crossing for two days
The triumph and tragedy of Egypt | Bangkok Post: opinion
Exactly five years after Egypt's democratic revolution triumphed, the country is once more ruled by a military office. General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi seized power in July 2013, and he is even nastier than his predecessors. More than 600 Egyptians were ...
Egypt's President Sisi Meets With Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright
Why Egypt's 'Big Brother' came back, more repressive
Egypt's CIB accepts final OTMT offer for CI Capital -market sources
"Sawiris made an initial offer worth 910 million Egyptian pounds ($116.22 million) but in the final offer he made today the deal was worth a little more than that," one source told Reuters. Sawiris-owned Orascom Telecom had made an initial offer for CI ...
Egypt injects $14 billion into banks to ease dollar shortage
Egypt's central bank has injected over $14 billion dollars into local banks over the past three months to facilitate import activity and curb inflation on essential goods. “The central bank and Egyptian banks have embarked on an urgent plan to ...
Egyptian pound steady at forex sale, weaker on black market
Chinese companies boost operations in Egypt
More Chinese companies are setting up shop in Egypt or expanding existing operations there to take advantage of opportunities presented by the Belt and Road Initiative , as well as the nation ' s prime location and rich resources , executives said .
Egypt to recover two stolen artefacts from Germany
Minister of Antiquities Mamdouh Eldamaty explained that the story of the pot started when Stuttgart Customs Authority seized a collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts. A court ruled that the artefacts all be sent back to Egypt, except the pot, which ...
Italy mourns, premier demands truth from Egypt in slaying
Regeni had been living in Cairo to research Egyptian labor movements for his doctorate from Cambridge University. His body was found Feb. 3, nine days after he disappeared. In his hometown of Fiumicello in northeastern Italy, friends streamed in from ...
Egypt Under Pressure Over Student's Murder
Outrage Over an Italian Student's Murder in Egypt
The Guardian view on Egypt: one murder in Cairo, and one nation's authoritarian spiral