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Africa|Egypt's Latest Tactic Against Critics: Block Their Movements, or Deport Them
New York Times
CAIRO — Hours after being fired from her job as a presenter on one of the few remaining television news programs in Egypt critical of the government, Liliane Daoud found herself on a plane to Lebanon. Plainclothes police officers barged into the Cairo ...
Amnesty: Hundreds abducted, tortured in Egypt
Wael Abbas, an Egyptian blogger speaking to Al Jazeera from Egypt's capital, Cairo, said human rights organisations in the country were being targeted. "They have frozen the assets of many organisations working inside Egypt. They have banned the ...
Amnesty: Egypt Uses 'Shocking' Tactics Against Dissidents
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PHOTOS: Experimental Solar Plane Flies Over Egypt's Giza Pyramids
Solar Impulse 2 has landed in Cairo, completing the penultimate leg of its attempt to circumnavigate the globe using only the power of the sun. The trip over the Mediterranean included a breathtaking flyover of the Pyramids. Check it out: ...
Solar Impulse 2 lands in Egypt, one more flight to go on round-the world trip
Solar-powered plane arrives in Egypt on globe-circling trip
Solar plane flies over Egypt pyramids on globe-circling trip
Egypt's diplomatic games
Analysis: By sending his foreign minister to Israel, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was showing the world that Egypt means business, that it truly is the strongest player in the region, and that no one, especially not the US, should ignore it.
Egypt FM to head to US for anti-Islamic State coalition meeting
Can Egypt's Peace Initiative Between Israel and the Palestinians Work?
Israel Hits ISIS in Sinai as Ties With Egypt Intensify
Black Sea Wins Egypt Wheat Tender Among French Crop Worries
Egypt bought 180,000 tons of wheat from the Black Sea region in this season's first tender as traders refrained from offering French grain amid concern about this year's crop quality. The world's largest grain buyer purchased 120,000 metric tons from ...
Egypt buys 180000 tons of Ukrainian, Russian wheat, in first 2016 deal
Egypt's Brotherhood, Sisi both put out feelers for reconciliation
The word “reconciliation” has been dominating the Egyptian political scene for almost two weeks. Talk has revolved around the future of the relationship between the regime and the Muslim Brotherhood, which is facing the worst crackdown since its ...
Egypt sentences police officers over detainee's death
The court also ordered the Interior Ministry to pay 1.5 million Egyptian pounds ($170,000) to the man's family. Seven policemen were acquitted. The policemen can appeal the verdict. The death of 45-year-old Talaat Shabeeb in police custody in November ...
Amnesty International Report Documents Activist Disappearances In Egypt
A new report from Amnesty International documents forced disappearances in Egypt — a long-running phenomenon that seems aimed at both Islamists and secular activists. The group called for international pressure on the Egyptian government to stop this ...
Detained six years ago in Egypt and arrested now on a weapons charge
That disconnect is at the heart of the case against Wehelie, who gained national attention when he was detained along with his brother in Egypt six years ago. He is not charged with any crime related to terrorism. But prosecutors argue that he is a ...
World Soccer Talk
Egypt's top goalscorer faces assault trial
World Soccer Talk
Cairo (AFP) – Egypt's all-time top goalscorer Hossam Hassan will go on trial Saturday for allegedly assaulting a government photographer during clashes after a match involving his club, a court official said. Scuffles broke out on Friday between ...
Egypt football legend Hossam Hassan referred to urgent misdemeanor court