Wall Street Journal
French Journalist Rémy Pigaglio Barred From Egypt
Wall Street Journal
Egypt on Tuesday barred a French journalist from re-entering the country, adding to an intensifying crackdown on the press and nongovernmental organizations by the Egyptian authorities under President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi. Egyptian Foreign Minister ...
Egypt Expels French Journalist in a Rare Move Against Foreign Media
Egypt Deports French Journalist in Latest Crackdown on Press
Egypt deports French journalist amid crackdown
EU states sell arms to Egypt despite embargo: Amnesty
Almost half of the European Union member states have flouted an EU-wide suspension on arms transfers to Egypt, risking complicity in a wave of unlawful killings, enforced disappearances and torture, according to Amnesty International. Despite the ...
Report: EU fuels killings in Egypt with 'bonanza of arms supplies'
Amnesty tells Europe to halt arms exports to Egypt
West-backed coup destroyed Egypt democracy: Analyst
Egypt hires 2 foreign firms in search for downed plane's data recorders
Egypt contracted two foreign companies to help find the flight data recorders from the EgyptAir plane that crashed last week in the Mediterranean Sea, the airline's chief said Wednesday, as sources close to the investigation claimed the aircraft never ...
Egypt's Allies Rally Amid Fears Over Worsening Security
Egypt's Long History of Air-Disaster Denial
Egypt rejects report that crash evidence points to explosion
Egypt army kills 85 militants in Sinai Peninsula
Egypt's army says its forces have managed to kill 85 terrorists in air and artillery attacks in the restive province of North Sinai. The Egyptian army said on Wednesday that the attacks targeted the terrorists' positions in the cities of Sheikh Zuweid ...
Egypt's Military Kills 85 'Takfiris' in North Sinai - Spokesperson
Egypt army 'kills 88 militants' in North Sinai during third stage of Martyr's Right
88 militants killed during military raids in Egypt
Egypt Air Crash: Clock Ticking on Finding Downed Plane's Black Boxes
Five days after it is presumed to have gone down in the Mediterranean Sea, search teams continue to comb for clues in the fatal crash of Egypt Air flight 804. There is still no hard evidence of terrorism, and no claim of responsibility, and authorities ...
US Navy aids Egypt Air in the search for missing flight
Egypt quashes jail terms for 47 protesters
The defendants were among more than 150 people sentenced to jail in mid-May in connection with demonstrations on April 25 against Egypt's decision to hand over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia. Rights campaigners accuse President Abdel Fattah ...
What does it mean to be a political prisoner in Egypt?
Egypt Court Cancels Prison Sentences for 47 Who Protested Islands' Transfer
Head of pro-Sisi coalition denies attempts to take control of Egypt's parliament
New York Times
In Egypt, a Setback for Tourism Amid Signs of Hope
New York Times
LUXOR, Egypt — After five and a half years of misery, the people in Egypt's depressed tourism industry had reason for a bit of hope. The United Nations World Tourism Organization on May 11 chose Luxor to host two of its major gatherings later this ...
Spain and Portugal holidays in demand as UK tourists avoid Egypt and Tunisia over terror fears
UK tourists are steering clear of Tunisia and Egypt following terrorist attacks and heading instead to destinations such as Spain, Portugal and Cyrus. Travel agents have warned those planning a summer holiday not to leave booking to some areas until ...
Holidays to Spain up as Egypt suffers, UK travel agents say
Egypt must ease rules to benefit from plentiful mineral resources
Egypt is almost certainly sitting on huge mineral resources, including gold, silver, zinc and copper, but it has been having a devil of a time attracting companies to explore for them, let alone start production. Investors complain that the government ...
3800-year-old mummy of Lady Sattjeni discovered in Egypt
Tutankhamun was an Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty, and ruled between 1332 BC and 1323 BC. He was the son of Akhenaten and took to the throne at the age of nine or ten. When he became king, he married his half-sister, Ankhesenpaaten. He died ...