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The US Isn't Making Sure Its Military Aid to Egypt Stays Out of the Wrong Hands
The US pours around $1.3 billion into the Egyptian military each year, financing its massive arsenal of US-made weapons: F-16s, Apache helicopters, M1A1 tanks, and a flood of small arms, missiles, and equipment. Strict requirements are in place to keep ...
Egypt president backs French proposal for Mideast talks
The Strange, Unending Limbo of Egypt's Hosni Mubarak
Egyptian president calls on Israelis, Palestinians to take historic steps to peace
Treasures of Egypt's Atlantis: Raised from the deep after 1300 years - and now on dazzling show in the British Museum
For 1,300 years, the legend of a lost Egyptian city was exactly that — a legend. The earliest Greek historian, Herodotus, said the metropolis of Thonis-Heracleion derived its name from being the place where Heracles, the mythical strongman, first set ...
Sunken Cities: Egypt's Lost Worlds, exhibition review – What lies beneath
Oxford researchers help uncover remains of Egypt's lost cities
Exhibition: Sunken Cities: Egypt's Lost Worlds at the British Museum, WC1
Website photographer is latest journalist jailed in Egypt
Week by week, the Egyptian authorities are jailing journalists. The latest to be sentenced is a photographer, Ali Abdeen, who works for the news website El-Fagr. He got two years, according to his outlet, for inciting illegal protests, obstructing ...
Egypt: 26 Journalists Arrested at Protest, 1 to Jail for 2 Years
Journalist covering protests in Egypt jailed for two years
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 51 for protesting against Saudi islands deal
Egypt Sentences 152 Protesters to Jail in Spree of Verdicts
Egypt: Continuing judicial harassment against Mr. Negad El-Borai
OMCT World Organisation Against Torture
The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, a joint programme of the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) and the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), requests your urgent intervention in the following situation in ...
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 ...
Filmmaker wants to put Egypt and Luxembourg on the global cinema map
It tells the semi-autobiographical tale of a vegetarian, pacifist Egyptian DJ who leaves Alexandria at the outset of the Egyptian revolution to find fame and fortune in Europe. He loses his passport and finds himself stranded in Luxembourg, where the ...
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Senior Hamas official accuses Fatah of plotting to kill Egypt's Sisi
Jerusalem Post Israel News
"The Egyptian intelligence services or other security forces have possibly taken part in this performance in order to denounce the Palestinian resistance and to create a justification for Egyptian military involvement in Gaza Strip," the Kassam ...
Egypt aims high on Chinese investment
"Egypt is playing a great role in the interaction between China and the rest of Africa, and we're going to accelerate the Silk Road initiative and its execution plan as much as we can," said Yasser ElKady, the Egyptian minister of communications and ...
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 ...