TV Talk Show Host Liliane Daoud Expelled From Egypt Amid Crackdown
CAIRO — Egypt deported the well-known host of a TV talk show who has been critical of the country's government amid an intensifying crackdown on free speech and dissent in the key U.S. ally, according to her lawyer. Liliane Daoud was taken from her ...
Egypt arrests and deports Lebanese TV host Lilian Daoud
British-Lebanese TV Host Deported From Egypt to Beirut
Egypt expels former BBC journalist in crackdown on dissenting media
After Cleaning, EgyptAir Plane's Data Files Studied in Egypt
Egyptian authorities are analyzing flight recorder data files from an EgyptAir flight that crashed with 66 people aboard but say it will take several days to reach any conclusions. The memory cards of the flight's black box recorders were retrieved ...
Data files from crashed EgyptAir plane sent back to Egypt
Egypt says flight 804 'black box' fixed as France opens manslaughter case
Egypt Says EgyptAir Flight 804 Black Boxes Arrived in France
Verdict in Ibrahim Halawa trial in Egypt expected today
A verdict is expected today in the trial of Ibrahim Halawa, whose detention in Egypt for almost three years has drawn international condemnation. Mr Halawa (20), an Irish citizen, has been in prison since August 2013, when he was arrested at the Fateh ...
Egypt welcomes Turkish PM'€s statements on better relations
Egyptian Foreign Ministry welcomed Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım's remarks on opening a new phase of relations between Turkey and Egypt. "€We welcome all efforts on improving the relations between Egypt and Turkey. However, the starting point ...
Egypt names conditions for normalizing ties with Turkey
Egypt banking on archaeological tourism rebound as Middle East unrest dents economy
LUXOR, Egypt — Mummies might be the solution to this country's tourism woes. Foreign visits to the Arab world's most populous country, long vital to Egypt's economy, have declined by around half in the wake of two passenger flight crashes, one a ...
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Egypt: Travel Ban on Women's Rights Leader
Human Rights Watch
(Beirut) – Egyptian authorities have banned the prominent director of a women's rights organization from traveling outside the country. On June 27, 2016, Interior Ministry passport control officers at Cairo International Airport stopped Mozn Hassan ...
Egypt: Travel ban on Mozn Hassan, Founder and Executive Director of Nazra for Feminist Studies
Egypt bans activist from travelling to women's rights conference
Egyptian authorities ban feminist Mozn Hassan from travelling to Beirut
The Seething Anger of Egypts Students Three Years After the Coup
Around the corner in a nearby street, two neat rows of officers from Egypt's Central Security Forces stood poised, awaiting instructions behind black masks covering their faces. The protestors waved their placards, knowing that they were likely to be ...
Wet France May Hurt Egypt's Chances of Finding Fungus-Free Wheat
Wet weather across Europe is threatening wheat quality in some of the biggest exporters and may make it harder for top buyer Egypt to find fungus-free grain. Rains in France, Germany, Ukraine and Russia in recent weeks have created ideal conditions for ...
Today in science: Egypt's first meteorite
Life was unfolding as usual in the small village of El Nakhla El Bahariya, Egypt, when, at 9 a.m. local time, the villagers heard explosions coming from far away. They later reported a white trail of smoke that approached them from northeast. About 40 ...
Egypt's anti-graft tsar becomes public enemy number one
Within three months, Egypt's anti-corruption chief Hisham Geneina has been fired, charged with spreading false information and tried. His mistake, he says: reporting corruption at the heart of the state. "It's as if uncovering corruption has become a ...
Egypt court sets ruling in former top auditor trial for 28 July