When Egypt investigates tragedy, don't expect results
HOURS after a Russian airliner—Metrojet flight 9268—crashed in the Sinai Peninsula last October, killing 224 people, the Egyptian affiliate of Islamic State (IS) claimed responsibility. Less than a week later, Britain said it suspected that a bomb ...
Egypt tries to keep tourism momentum despite setbacks
Egypt hires recovery crew to find flight's black boxes
Egypt Says Search for Crashed EgyptAir Plane Narrows
Head of Egypt's journalists union to stand trial
CAIRO — Prosecutors on Monday referred the head of Egypt's journalists union and two board members to trial after they were formally charged with spreading false news and harboring journalists wanted by authorities. A statement by the Cairo ...
Leaders of Egypt's journalist union to face trial for 'harboring fugutives'
Egypt journalist union chiefs charged with harboring wanted colleagues
Amnesty condemns arrest of Egypt press union chief as 'brazen attack on media'
America gives Egypt free armored vehicles. Egypt gives America a slap in the face.
This month, the United States delivered the first batch of 762 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles to Egypt free of charge. That's on top of the $1.3 billion in military aid the Obama administration has allocated to the regime of Abdel ...
Muslim Brotherhood spiritual leader Mohamed Badie receives life sentence
Mohamed Badie, the group's "Supreme Guide," was among those found guilty of engaging in violent acts in the northeastern governorate of Ismailia in the wake of protests over the 2013 ouster of former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy, Egypt's state-run ...
Mohamed Badie among dozens sentenced for life in Egypt
Egypt court sentences Muslim Brotherhood leader to life in prison
Egypt Sentences Muslim Brotherhood Leader to Life in Prison and Eight Others to Death
Egypt's president vows justice for Christian grandmother beaten and stripped naked by mob
"No one did anything and the police took no pre-emptive or security measures in anticipation of the attacks," he said in a television interview at the time of the attack. The woman is part of Egypt's Coptic Christian minority, which makes up around 10 ...
Egypt leader: Christian woman's attackers will face justice
Egypt: Sisi Vows to Bring Attackers of Christian Woman to Justice 'No Matter How Many They Are'
Egypt Religious Violence: President Sisi Vows To Take Action Against Muslim Mob That Attacked Christians
Egypt investigates teenage girl's death during female circumcision operation
Despite the ban in 2008, female genital mutilation (FGM) is still widespread in Egypt, especially in rural areas. It is practised among Muslims as well as Egypt's minority Christians. The law led to the first prison sentence against a doctor in Egypt ...
Egypt in shock at first female circumcision death reported in 3 years
Wall Street Journal
'Sunken Cities: Egypt's Lost Worlds' Review: A Civilization Submerged
Wall Street Journal
London. For centuries the statue of Hapy, an Egyptian deity with the gift of fertility and abundance, lay broken and scattered beneath the Nile delta, long forgotten. Today he stands—no, towers—to greet visitors to the British Museum's “Sunken Cities ...
Fitch holds sovereign rating on Egypt
Fitch Ratings has maintained its sovereign rating on Egypt at B even as some of its competitors start getting more bearish on the Arab world's most populous nation amid foreign exchange shortages, a high fiscal deficit and little evidence the ...
Fitch Affirms Egypt at 'B'; Outlook Stable
Fitch affirms Egypt rating at 'B' with stable outlook
Daily News Egypt
Beltone looks to strengthen foreign investments in Egypt
Daily News Egypt
Beltone Financial Holding began its ninth Investment Conference on Monday, which will last for three days via video conferences with 42 investment funds from around the world. The conference aims to promote and strengthen foreign investments in Egypt ...
Egypt is as safe as any other country
I have lived in Egypt before, during and after the revolution. I have lived during the phase when Egypt was without a president. Never once did I feel threatened or at risk, even when I was in Tahrir Square with my Egyptian friends. I am waiting to ...