New York Times
Graft Fighter in Egypt Finds Himself a Defendant in Court
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt's anti-corruption czar thought he was just doing his job when he estimated how much endemic graft had cost his country: About $76 billion, he said, mostly in corrupt land deals. But the estimate, it turned out, was itself a criminal offense.
Egypt Puts Former Auditor on Trial for Exposing Corruption
Egypt puts former auditor on trial over corruption claim
Egypt puts auditor on trial for exposing corruption
Preserving the Heritage of Egypt's Jews Through Recipes
The filmmaker Jonas Parienté's grandmother, who he fondly calls “Nano,” was born in Egypt and lived there until 1956. She left after many Jews were expelled from Egypt after the 1948 war with Israel and the subsequent Suez crisis a few years later.
Human Rights Watch
Rights Group Calls on Egypt to Drop Charges Against Lawyer
Human Rights Watch on Tuesday called on Egypt to drop charges against a rights lawyer and halt the investigation of two senior judges who jointly drafted an anti-torture law. Lawyer Negad Borai has been questioned several times by an investigating ...
Egypt: Stop Retaliation for Anti-Torture Proposal
Will Egypt's cybercrime law overstep boundaries?
CAIRO — In what observers, human rights activists and politicians consider a setback for freedoms in Egypt and a prelude to a historic turning point toward stifling dissent and cracking down on the young opposition, the Egyptian parliament began work ...
WATCH: Egyptian Politicians, Media Blame Israel For Downing EgyptAir Plane in 'Satanic Plot'
TEL AVIV – Egypt is awash in conspiracy theories surrounding the downing of EgyptAir Flight 804 last month, with numerous politicians and prominent media figures blaming the U.S. and Israel for the crash as part of the West's supposed “Satanic plot ...
ISIS threatens to destroy Egypt's PYRAMIDS in new video showing them blow up Iraq temple
ISIS extremists have threatened to destroy the Egyptian pyramids - after releasing a video purporting to show fighters blowing up a 2,500-year-old temple in Iraq. Footage shows a militant vowing to demolish the temple of Nabu in the ancient Assyrian ...
ISIS Vows To Destroy Egypt's Pyramids After Blowing Up 2500-Year-Old Temple In Iraq
WATCH: ISIS Threatens to Destroy Sphinx & Pyramids in Egypt
EgyptAir Hijacker Fights Extradition to Egypt, Fears Govt
A hijacker who threatened to blow up an EgyptAir plane told the flight crew he was doing so because he opposes Egypt's military-backed government — and that is exactly why he should not be extradited to Egypt, his lawyer said Monday. Lawyer Robertos ...
Egyptair hijacker fights extradition to Egypt
SEPULTURA Show In Egypt Shut Down By Police
Sepultura was initially booked to play the Nile Country Club on June 4, though the proper permissions were filed for the concert to go down. Instead of canceling, concert organizer Nader Sadek, of Nader Sadek fame, moved the concert to a private villa ...
Egypt setences several to death over tribal clashes
Tribal vendettas are common in Egypt's poor, rural south, but the clashes over two days in early April 2014 were the deadliest in several years, according to police. Long-standing rivalry between the Bani Hilal, an Arab tribe, and the Dabudiya, a ...
Egypt court confirms death sentences for 25 people in Aswan tribal feud
Is Sisi selling Egypt to Saudis?
Under a 1996 law, non-Egyptians are entitled to own two properties in Egypt, provided those properties are owner-occupied. Also, the area of each property should not exceed 4,000 square meters (1 acre), and the area should not be considered a ...
Egypt approves Saudi Arabia's controversial loan