Egypt Leader Urges People to Defend State Ahead of Protests
Egypt's president urged citizens to defend the state and its institutions from the "forces of evil" on Sunday, a day before planned demonstrations against his policies, including the transfer of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia. In a widely ...
President Sisi urges Egyptians to 'defend state' ahead of protests
Anger Over Red Sea Islands Triggers Red Line Warning in Egypt
Egypt warns of firm action against protesters
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's Sisi Calls for Unity Ahead of More Protests Over Island Deal With Saudi Arabia
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi on Sunday urged citizens to stand united against “forces of evil” seeking to destabilize the country, a day before more planned protests against his ceding of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia. “We have ...
A new discovery sheds light on ancient Egypt's most successful female pharaoh
Hatshepsut was no ordinary Egyptian ruler. After her husband died, Hatshepsut didn't just keep the "throne" warm for her stepson to come of age. She became a pharaoh in her own right, and in doing so, became one of ancient Egypt's first female rulers.
Egypt buys 57000 tonnes of local wheat since start of season -ministry
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Egypt's Supply Ministry said on Sunday it had purchased 57,000 tonnes of local wheat from farmers since the start of the season on April 15. Egypt, the world's largest wheat importer, is planning to buy 4 million tonnes of ...
Internet clicks come with a cause in Egypt
Al-Jendaya - Egyptian mother Aaz Menhom cups her hands under a running tap in her yard to let her young children Atef and Nada drink. "It's a blessing from God. I was bathing them once every four days, now they can wash every day," she says, beaming ...
Online campaigns for project funding transform lives in Egypt
Finding the Lost Mother of Cleopatra VII - Cleopatra V Tryphaena of Egypt
Cleopatra V Tryphaena vanished around the same time as when the future last queen of Egypt was born. She continues to be one of the most mysterious queens of the Ptolemaic Period. She may have lived in Alexandria. The oldest known papyri mentioning ...
Egypt: News agencies under fire over Regeni coverage
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), a nonprofit organisation promoting press freedom, is concerned about Egyptian press reports which suggest that the government is planning to take news agencies to court for allegedly spreading false news on ...
Without Pressure, Giulio Regeni And Egypt's Disappeared Youth Will Vanish Into Oblivion
Italian student's killing pulls Egyptian family into web of deaths, dead ends
Italian Student Detained in Egypt Before Murder: Source
In new Egyptian textbooks, 'it's like the revolution didn't happen'
CAIRO — The omission on Page 5 is glaring. In a fifth-grade government textbook, a name has been purged from a list of Egyptian Nobel laureates: Mohamed ElBaradei, who was awarded the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize along with the International Atomic ...
Egypt is Colorful and Full of Love; Meetings of Conciliation between Muslim and Jew, in Egypt: Part II
The Jewish Press
In this spirit, Salem invited Rabbi Dr. Yaakov Nagen, Fullbright Scholar Dr. Jospeh Ringel, and myself to meet his colleagues in Egypt. Impossible! My smart aleck retort was, “sure I will catch the next train.” But within two weeks we were on Egyptian ...
'Dozens arrested' in Egypt ahead of anti-govt protest
Egypt has arrested dozens of activists ahead of an anti-government demonstration planned for Monday, a group of lawyers said. The group published a list of 59 people they say were detained since Thursday, arrested at cafes and at their homes in Cairo, ...