Egypt's long, bloody road from Arab Spring hope to chaos
But the euphoria faded as Egypt was whiplashed from one political extreme to another, from the oppressive government of the Muslim Brotherhood to the military regime that now rules. Five years after Egypt's Arab Spring, the country is on shaky ground ...
Egypt arrested nearly 400 people in latest round of protests
Rights group says Egypt arrested nearly 400 over protests
Trouble Brewing in Egypt
How Egypt plans to build its next generation of scientists
CAIRO — The educational system in Egypt is in a miserable state. In the World Economic Forum's 2015-2016 Global Competitiveness Report, the country ranked 139th out of 140 countries in the “quality of the education system” index. The educational ...
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Senior Egyptian archaeologist: Israeli claim that Pharaoh was Egyptian is a lie
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In an interview with the Egyptian daily newspaper al-Youm al-Sabih, the director-general of Luxor's Antiquities, Mustafa Waziri, surprisingly argued that king Pharaoh belonged to the foreign Hyksos dynasty that invaded Egypt in the 15th century BCE and ...
Egypt human rights defender Ahmad Abdallah accused of belonging to terrorist group
Ahmad Abdallah, a prominent human rights defender arrested in Egypt, is being accused by the government of a series of offenses including, “Belonging to a terrorist group.” He was one of those rounded up in the last week as the Egyptian authorities ...
Sinai bombing kills 3 police, wounds 8: Egypt official
Egypt's state news agency says three policemen have been killed in a roadside bombing in the turbulent north of the Sinai Peninsula. MENA quoted an unidentified security official saying that today's explosion targeted an armoured personnel carrier in ...
Egypt Official Says Sinai Bombing Kills 3 Police, Wounds 8
3 conscripts killed, 8 injured in Egypt's Sinai blast
Three Egypt policemen killed in Sinai bombing
Egypt caught up in a vicious circle with its finances
Egypt's finances have entered a vicious downward cycle, with the government's stopgap measures to fix problems in the short term merely compounding the problem in the longer term. Simple arithmetic tells you something eventually has to give.
Italian student's death in Egypt: The case that won't go away
“In fact, [President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi] had mentioned earlier that he would opt for deportation of foreigners who act in one way or another against Egypt, and the journalists themselves never claimed they were mistreated or tortured while in detention.
Egypt arrests legal consultant for family of killed Italian student
UK urges Egypt to consider security agencies as responsible for Regeni's murder
UK unhappy about Egypt student murder probe
Russian Manufacturer To Provide Egypt With Aerial Defense
GABORONE, Botswana — Russian air defense equipment manufacturer Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies (KRET) said it will deliver 28 units of the President-S onboard defense system to the Egyptian Air Force (EAF) by July. In an interview with ...
Egyptian Police Stifle Plans for Mass Protest Over Islands
Thousands of Egyptian riot police on Monday stifled plans for mass demonstrations against President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's rule, using tear gas, birdshot and beating up young activists to quickly disperse flash protests by hundreds in what evolved ...
New tool could help avert Egypt water crisis
"For a thousand years," Abdullah Sheikh's family has been working the land the same way - flooding fields in Egypt's Nile Delta and planting seeds by hand. But now a small, relatively cheap plow has changed all that, allowing him to nearly double the ...