New York Times
The Strange, Unending Limbo of Egypt's Hosni Mubarak
New York Times
CAIRO — In many ways, life is not so bad for Egypt's deposed ruler, Hosni Mubarak. At the Cairo hospital he calls home, he enjoys regular deliveries of flowers, newspapers and takeout restaurant meals; visits from his wife, two sons and grandchildren ...
Kerry to meet Sisi amid political oppression in Egypt
Kerry to meet Sisi in Egypt
Egypt: Sisi Meets ITU Secretary General
Amid Crackdown, Egypt Sentences 152 People To Prison For Protesting
Egyptian courts have sentenced 152 people to prison time over a peaceful demonstration against Egypt's president last month. It's another sign that President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi will not tolerate dissent, amid a widespread crackdown on opposing voices.
Egypt Sentences 152 to Prison for Protest Over Transfer of Islands
Egypt jails six cellmates over prison death of French citizen
Egypt jails 51 for protesting against Saudi islands deal
Drowned worlds: Egypt's lost cities
All Mediterranean traders who had dealings with Egypt – not just Greeks, but also Phoenicians, Cypriots, Levantines – were obliged to come to Naukratis to trade their oil and wine and pay their tax, sailing more than 40 miles inland down the Nile via ...
Egypt's next national security threat: all the single ladies?
In a first of its kind in the history of the Egyptian parliament, the National Security Council announced May 3 that the "issue of spinsters” constitutes a national security issue that should be confronted. This has left analysts divided, with some ...
Egypt Raises Prices of Locally Made Medicines by 20 Percent
The state-run MENA news agency is quoting Health Minister Ahmed Emad as saying on Monday that the decision aims to encourage local manufacturers who have been suffering from high costs of production, which have forced some to shut down. Egypt ...
Faced with shortages, Egypt lifts cheap drug prices by 20 percent
Realpolitik hinders hunt for killer of Italian researcher in Egypt
Regeni's murder early this year, which many experts believe was committed by agents of the Egyptian state, has created intense diplomatic tensions between Rome and Cairo, culminating in the recall of Italy's ambassador to Egypt last month. Egypt has ...
Egypt Now Teaching Schoolchildren: Israel Is (Sort of) a Legitimate Country
Ofir Winter, a researcher at Israel's top-tier Institute for National Security Studies, reports on some unprecedentedly positive messages about Israel in a ninth-grade Egyptian textbook. (Winter's article is included here in the May 2016 issue of ...
Ahmed Naji: Egypt, justice and fiction
"Naji's sentencing is emblematic of the Egyptian government's deeply troubling crackdown on free expression," states a protest letter addressed to President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi and signed by 120 international artists, including authors Dave Eggers ...
120 Writers Sign PEN Letter Supporting Ahmed Naji, The Egyptian Novelist In Prison For His Work
Daily News Egypt
Egypt Official: EgyptAir Pilots Win Pay Raise After Go-Slow
An Egyptian official at the Cairo airport says EgyptAir pilots have been granted a 40 percent pay raise after four days of a go-slow protest. The official said Monday that the raise will be applied over a two-year period, with the pilots — who had ...
EgyptAir slowdown is over: civil aviation minister
Magnitude 5 earthquake hits Egypt, no damage reported
A magnitude 5 earthquake was felt on Monday in the Red Sea off the Egyptian coast in the Gulf of Aqaba, according to the American Institute of Geophysics (USGS). While magnitude 5 earthquakes can cause some structural damage to buildings, no losses or ...
Moderate magnitude earthquake felt in Egypt