Egypt's Population Surges Past 90 Million, Straining Resources Of A Poor Nation
An electronic billboard hangs on the side of a towering government building in eastern Cairo, the home of Egypt's statistical agency, CAPMAS. In an alarming red, the billboard ticks off the estimated number of Egyptians, and on a recent day it said ...
Egypt unveils oldest papyrus, details on pyramid-builders
Egypt's Antiquities Minister Khaled el-Anany told reporters as the exhibition was unveiled that the papyruses were discovered in 2013 by an Egyptian-French mission inside caves in the port of Wadi el-Jarf. The ancient port is located 119 kilometers (74 ...
Egypt Displays Oldest Papyrus, Accounts on Pyramid-Builders
Egypt unveils papyri showing daily life of pyramid-builders
Oldest Egyptian writing on papyrus goes on display at Cairo museum
Egypt Can Heal Turkey Ties by Sparing Mursi, Kurtulmus Says
“We think a statement of will by Egypt to the world in this direction is necessary both for democratization of Egypt and normalizing relations with Turkey,” Kurtulmus said in an interview at parliament on Wednesday, adding that there's been no official ...
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Turkey, Egypt, Africa
The Jewish Standard
That poses a shared challenge to Israel and Egypt, and has helped already friendly ties between the nations; Israel was one of the few countries to celebrate the 2013 coup that removed the Muslim Brotherhood-led government and brought Egyptian ...
Egypt outraged over reports minister watched soccer game with Netanyahu
Egypt's diplomatic games
Most of Egypt's Sinai Cleared From Terrorists - Parliamentary Speaker
How 'Egypt's Jon Stewart' Went From Public Enemy to TV Star
At least, that's how Bassem Youssef did it. But if the 42-year-old 'Egyptian Jon Stewart' and host of Fusion's new series Democracy Handbook, ever sat down to write a how-to, this is about as far as he'd go. "I have no explanation," Youssef says of his ...
'Egypt's Jon Stewart' Bassem Youssef takes America
Egypt open to ties with Ankara given Turkish non-interference: Parliament Speaker
"My judgment on a matter is taken in balance with the opinion of the Egyptian people. We do not and we would not allow other states to interfere in our internal affairs. If a country respects this principle, we are ready to cooperate with any state ...
Egypt to Cooperate With Turkey Given Ankara's Non-Interference
Egypt's Brotherhood, Sisi both put out feelers for reconciliation
Liberal hopes dashed as post-Islamist Egypt turns conservative
10 Protesters Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison in Egypt
An Egyptian court has sentenced 10 protesters to three years in prison for holding demonstrations against President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's decision to transfer two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia. The islands' transfer, which sparked the largest ...
Hundreds forcibly disappeared in Egypt crackdown, says Amnesty
Egypt's security services have forcibly made hundreds of people disappear and tortured them in the past year to try to tackle dissent, a rights group says. Students, political activists and protesters - some as young as 14 - have vanished without a ...
Hundreds 'disappeared' by security forces in Egypt, says Amnesty
Egypt regime using kidnapping, rape to crush dissent, Amnesty International reports
Amnesty: Egypt Uses 'Shocking' Tactics Against Dissidents
Port Said emerges as Egypt's focal point of soccer-driven protest
In the latest incident, hundreds of supporters of Port Said's Al Masri FC known as Green Eagles marched this week near the city's Maryam Mosque in protest against the detention of their coach, Hossam Hassan, a legendary player and Egypt's all-time top ...
Egypt's Bold but Marginal, Mysterious Diplomacy
The Cairo Review of Global Affairs (blog)
I wish dearly that Egypt would resume its role as a recognized leading Arab power that could spur regional and global activity for Arab-Israeli permanent peace, like it resolved its own conflict with Israel. There are no signs that this will happen ...