An Egyptian court has recommended sentencing two Al Jazeera journalists to death
4, 2015, file photo Ahmed Douma, one of the leading activists behind Egypt's 2011 uprising, attends a court hearing in a case against 230 people including Douma, for taking part in clashes between protesters and security forces, in a courtroom of Torah ...
Egypt court recommends death for 2 Al-Jazeera employees
Cairo court issues death sentences in Qatar espionage case
New York Post
Why Washington is placing its bets on Egypt's dictator
New York Post
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 ...
Others say Egypt's latest targets
Egypt: eight police killed in attack on outskirts of Cairo
Egypt is facing an insurgency, mainly based in North Sinai, that has killed hundreds of soldiers and policemen since mid-2013, when then-army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ousted Islamist President Mohamed Mursi after protests against his rule. While the ...
Gunmen Kill 8 Egypt Policemen South of Cairo
Eight Police Officers Killed in Cairo Drive-By Shooting
Ghanaian community is safe in Egypt - Ambassador
Lt. Col Ahmed indicated that Ghanaians consistently sought Consular support when they needed it, and that Ghanaians had stayed within the confines of Egyptian laws and had no problems with the authorities. "I am yet to come across a report from the ...
Lawyer's Arrest in Egypt Signals Determination to Quell Criticism
New York Times
CAIRO — A prominent human rights lawyer was arrested here on Thursday, joining more than 1,200 people detained after protests against the transfer of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia. The lawyer, Malek Adly, was arrested on a raft of charges that ...
Permission to Speak: Crackdowns on Free Speech in Sisi's Egypt
Egypt crackdown widens with arrest of leading rights lawyer
Egypt's Atlantis: Amazing artifacts from ancient underwater world go on display (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
Goddio, president of the European Institute for Underwater Archaeology (which he founded in 1987), excavated over a dozen historic shipwrecks before turning his attention to uncovering Egypt's lost world - equivalent in size to that of Paris - in 1996.
Ancient Egyptian treasures of sunken cities go on show this weekend after years in Nile
The secrets of a lost Egyptian city were underwater
Found: The Secrets of Lost, Underwater Egyptian Cities
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 ...
Daily News Egypt
Egypt gives Italy phone records of union chief - source
ROME (Reuters) - 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 ...
Italian, Egyptian officials to meet Sunday over Regeni case: Italian media
The Times of Israel
Egypt Rights Lawyer Arrested, Another Detained in Cairo
A prominent Egyptian rights lawyer who had raised a legal suit against the president's decision to hand two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia was arrested early on Friday and ordered held in custody for 15 days, pending investigation into a list of ...
Egypt arrests lawyer opposed to giving two islands to Saudis
Egypt's Guidelines for Repression
Egypt's Journalists Have Launched a Fightback Against Government Repression
Egypt's Sisi calls for end to Libya arms bans as Serraj visits Cairo, reaffirms support for Skhirat accord
Stressing Egypt's commitment to Libya's security, stability, sovereignty and territorial integrity, Sisi also expressed his backing for the Libyan army saying that it and other national institutions had to be able to be effective throughout all Libya ...
Egypt's media and the making of a dictator
Is President Sisi the Next Egyptian Reformer?