Egypt Rights Lawyer Arrested, Another Detained in Cairo
New York Times
Malek Adly's detention came amid a wave of arrests in Egypt as security forces put down protests against President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi decision on the islands. Adly, a member of the April 6 youth movement that was part of the uprising that toppled ...
Egypt's Journalists Have Launched a Fightback Against Government Repression
Egypt: The Boundaries of Acceptable Dissent
Egypt's Newspapers in Open Revolt Over Police Attack on Press Freedom
U.S. doubles down on Egypt's dictator
Abdel Fattah el-Sissi has been trampling human rights, the rule of law and freedom of the press since he became Egypt's president two years ago. For almost as long, the international community has called on him to stop. But his critics in Washington ...
Lawyer's Arrest in Egypt Signals Determination to Quell Criticism
New York Times
Mr. Sisi has blamed unspecified hostile forces for his woes, and in speeches he has urged Egyptians to give him their unwavering support. “The more you succeed, the more the forces of evil will look for new wiles and more schemes,” he told farmers at a ...
Permission to Speak: Crackdowns on Free Speech in Sisi's Egypt
Egypt crackdown widens with arrest of leading rights lawyer
Egypt Prosecution Orders Detention of Rights Lawyer Malek Adly
Egypt's latest target: Gays
APOLOGISTS FOR Egyptian strongman Abdel Fatah al-Sissi say the brutal repression he has unleashed since leading a 2013 military coup is necessary to combat domestic terrorists, including a branch of the Islamic State. That does not explain why dozens ...
Egypt gives Italy phone records of union chief: source
ROME Egypt has handed over the mobile phone records of the head of a street vendors union to Italian investigators who are looking into the killing in Cairo of student Giulio Regeni, a legal source said on Friday. Regeni, who was doing postgraduate ...
Egypt Official Blames 'Tom and Jerry' for Spreading Violence
An Egyptian government official has blamed the animated "Tom and Jerry" series for allegedly spreading a culture of violence. The accusations by Salah Abdel-Sadek, head of State Information Service, which is affiliated with the presidency, came at a ...
Egypt official blames 'Tom and Jerry' cartoons for violence in the Middle East
A top Egyptian official blamed the rise of extremism on "Tom and Jerry." Yes, the cartoon.
Senior Egypt Official Blames 'Tom and Jerry', Video Games for Violence Across Middle East
Ancient Egyptian treasures of sunken cities go on show this weekend after years in Nile
Lost artefacts from sunken cities dubbed the Atlantis of Egypt are to be together for the first time after laying submerged for more than a thousand years. Enormous statues, golden jewellery and hieroglyphic tablets which were feared lost forever have ...
Found: The Secrets of Lost, Underwater Egyptian Cities
The Best Thing to Come Out of Gods of Egypt Is Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther
This story is just weird enough to go down in history as one of those great actor as character origin stories. Like Ryan Reynolds picking up an issue of Deadpool only to see the character describe himself as looking like “cross between a Shar-Pei and ...
The secrets of a lost Egyptian city were underwater
Likely founded around 700BC, Thonis-Heracleion and Canopus acted as major trade hubs between ancient Egypt, Greece and the wider Mediterranean, located as they were at a handy intersection. But circumstances ultimately conspired against them, ...
Kidnapped Saudi businessman freed in Egypt: See what happened
Saudi businessman Hassan Ali al-Sanad has been released with the help of Egyptian security after being kidnapped over a week ago. The Saudi ambassador to Egypt confirmed Thursday that he had been safely released. Sanad was abducted by a masked ...