Egypt's military says EgyptAir debris found in Mediterranean
On Friday, Egyptian naval ships backed by U.S. and European search aircraft scoured the Mediterranean, concentrating the hunt on an area about 180 miles off the coast of the Egyptian city of Alexandria, according to an Egyptian military spokesman, a ...
EgyptAir Crash Is Another Blow to Egypt's Recovery
As 1st debris found from Egypt plane crash, no clue on cause
Searchers find body parts, seats, luggage from Egyptian jet
'Grief is camped over this village' – Egypt mourns the lost
In Mit Badr Halawa, red-eyed women in black huddle on street corners, and alleys that would normally echo with tinny music, the sounds of children's games and the shouts of friendly jokes and arguments are quiet. The only busy area is outside a mosque, ...
Plane crash the latest shock to Egypt's tourism sector
Gettyimages 185550529 A group of tourists ride a camel at the Pyramids of Giza compound on October 21, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. - Ed Giles/Getty Images. Egyptian and French officials are still sorting out what brought down Egypt Air flight 804 on Thursday.
Egypt's tourism industry is dealt another blow
Egypt has been marred by terrorism, but tourists should not give up on this resilient country
Egypt airport safety so lax that BA performed its own checks
Air Disaster Adds To Egypt's Litany Of Woes
The cause isn't yet known, but the loss of an Egyptian plane into the Mediterranean has already delivered a new round of trauma to a beleaguered country struggling on several fronts. President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi's hardline rule faces mounting ...
Egypt gets $25 billion from Russia for nuclear plant
Trump on Egypt Plane: "We Are Being Taken Advantage Of By Radical Islamic Terrorists," Clinton is "Weak"
On Friday's Morning Joe, Donald Trump reacted to criticism he is unqualified, "trigger happy," and that he is churning up the "hatred and fear" when he blamed the then-missing Egypt Air flight on terrorism. Thursday morning Trump had tweeted, "Looks ...
Egypt's pharaoh illusion
After two revolutions, nobody who occupies this chair can become a pharaoh," Egypt's president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi reportedly told a select group of intellectuals and thinkers a few weeks ago, insisting that he accepted and respected criticism ...
Oil and politics are squeezing this Middle Eastern state
Total remittances into Egypt are already falling by 15% year-over-year, according to data cited by Tuvey, which will squeeze individual households and their consumption. Plus, he estimates that every 10% drop in remittances from the Gulf leads to the ...
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Times Insider|Kerry Meets Egypt's Leader, and Where Are Reporters? Corralled at the Airport
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Times Insider delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how news, features and opinion come together at The New York Times. In this piece, David E. Sanger, a national security correspondent, tells why he didn't travel to Egypt to cover Secretary of ...
Kerry and Egypt's Sisi discuss Middle East conflicts
New textbook bodes well for Egypt-Israeli relations
Kerry, Egypt's Sisi discuss Mideast peace, Libya conflict
Ancient Device for Determining Taxes Discovered in Egypt
American and Egyptian archaeologists have discovered a rare structure called a nilometer in the ruins of the ancient city of Thmuis in Egypt's Delta region. Likely constructed during the third century B.C., the nilometer was used for roughly a thousand ...