New York Times
In Reversal, Egypt Says Terrorists Downed Russian Jet Over Sinai
New York Times
The authorities made the unexpected admission after strongly urging Egyptians and the world for months to await the results of an international investigation Egypt is leading. The crash dealt a serious blow to Egypt's vital tourism industry: an ...
Egypt blames terrorism for crash that killed 224
Egypt Finally Comes Clean: Terrorists Downed That Russian Plane
Going Once, Going Twice: Egypt's Sisi Was for Sale on eBay
Why was he killed? Brutal death of Italian student in Egypt confounds experts
That day marked the fifth anniversary of the beginning of the Egyptian revolution which overthrew Hosni Mubarak, and tension was palpable across the city after weeks of intense police activity aimed at scuppering any pro-democracy demonstrations.
Egypt: Italian's killers may have had criminal or revenge motive
Egypt: "Personal reasons" behind murder of Italian student
Egypt: "Personal reasons" behind murder
Egypt authorities call off toddler's arrest
The boy's father, Mansour Qorany Sharara, has returned to the family home in the southern Egyptian province of Fayyoum after nearly 18 months on the run. He had been avoiding authorities who had previously detained him when they came to arrest his ...
Egypt's mistake in sentencing child to life in prison highlights broad crackdown
Egypt's Military Says Toddler's Life Sentence Was Case Of Mistaken Identity
Egypt says life sentence for 3-year-old boy was a mistake
Box Office: 'Gods of Egypt' Falling Flat, 'Deadpool' Still King
If Lionsgate dreamed of replacing “Hunger Games” with “Gods of Egypt,” the company better keep searching for another way to fill the gap left by Katniss Everdeen. The $140 million production is staring down the barrel of a $15 million domestic opening, ...
Wait, Gods Of Egypt Really Has Spaceships?
Gods of Egypt review: Imaginative mythological adventure epic evolves amid flaws
A roughly $15-million debut is predicted for 'Gods of Egypt' -- a $140-million film
Voice of America
Turkey, Egypt Take Steps Toward Rapprochement
Voice of America
FIILE - Egyptian security forces clash with supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi at Nasr City district in Cairo, Nov. 22, 2013. Ties between Turkey and Egypt were severed following Morsi's removal, but relations between the two countries are ...
Egypt to try Facebook administrator for discussing female infidelity
German tourist receives life ban from Egypt for climbing Giza pyramid. Underscoring the extent to which the country's intelligence services are now policing the private lives of individual citizens, Privacy International said on Wednesday that European ...
Egypt Facebook admin Sobki referred to court for 'spreading false news'
European companies sold powerful surveillance technology to Egypt, report says
European companies have been selling powerful surveillance technology to a secretive government intelligence agency in Egypt, according to an investigation from Privacy International, a London-based watchdog organization. The report, published ...
Marshawn Lynch Heads To Egypt For American Football Without Barriers Camp
"Beast Mode" is part of a 10-athlete contingent expected to head to Cairo, Egypt over the next week for the fourth annual American Football Without Barriers (AFWB) camp. The group consists of Lynch, New York Jets offensive lineman Breno Giacomini (a ...
Egypt's recovery held back by tourism slump
Egypt was trying to rebuild its tourism industry after the Arab Spring protests in 2011 scared off millions of visitors. But the bomb on a Russian jet over the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh in November caused another slump in tourist numbers. "We ...
Egypt Bars Journalist From Leaving Country as Crackdown on Dissent Widens
One of Egypt's leading investigative journalists, Hossam Bahgat, was prevented from boarding a flight to Jordan today when officials at Cairo International Airport informed him that his name had been added to a list of citizens barred from traveling ...
Egypt prevents investigative journalist from leaving the country
Egypt is one of the 'biggest prisons' for journalists, says watchdog
Journalist, rights activist Hossam Bahgat banned from leaving Egypt