First Take: Turkey coup attempt has parallels to Egypt
The military coup attempt in Turkey, the country's fifth since 1960, is reminiscent of a recent military takeover against the democratically elected president of Egypt. The Turkish military group that seized the country's airports and television ...
Turkey labor minister hints at improved ties with Egypt
On the sidelines of the meeting, Soylu stressed the need to improve Turkey-Egypt relations with a view to confronting the challenges currently facing the Middle East region, according to the Egyptian ministry statement. Safan, the statement went on ...
Turkey's labor minister meets Egyptian counterpart on sidelines of G20 event in China
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Egypt Standardizes Sermons, Tightening Grip on Mosques
In a move to tighten state control over religious discourse, Egypt has launched a campaign to force Muslim clerics to read standardized government-written sermons at Friday prayers. Minister for Religious Endowments, Mokhtar Gomaa, gave the first-such ...
Unified Friday sermon rings out across Egypt for first time
Egypt forces Muslim clerics to read state-approved sermons
Egyptian government orders Muslim preachers to give identical, pre-written weekly sermons
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 ...
Stoke City close to signing Egypt winger Ramadan Sobhi
Egypt winger Ramadan Sobhi's transfer to Stoke City is "99%" agreed, according to the Premier League club's chief executive Tony Scholes. The 19-year-old is travelling to the Potteries to finalise his move from Cairo club Al Ahly and will become Stoke ...
Stoke deal to sign Egypt winger Ramadan Sobhi is '99 per cent agreed', says chief executive Tony Scholes
Stoke City: Who is Ramadan Sobhi? Scouting profile and background of Egypt's wonder kid
Egypt put 'oldest' papyri on show
Egyptian Antiquities Minister Khaled el-Anany told reporters as the exhibition was unveiled that the papyri were discovered in 2013 by an Egyptian-French mission inside caves in the port of Wadi el-Jarf. The ancient port is 74 miles from the city of Suez.
Egypt Displays Oldest Papyrus, Accounts on Pyramid-Builders
Chamber of secrets: Ancient Egyptian pyramid defense 'machine' protected pharaoh's tomb from within
Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza lopsided, research reveals
Egypt's Oldest Writings Found
The 30 papyri -- six of which are now on display at the Egyptian museum in Cairo -- were found in 2013 inside caves in the ancient Red Sea port of Wadi al-Jarf by a mission led by French Egyptologist Pierre Tallet and Egyptian Egyptologist Sayed Mahfouz.
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Pokemon Go investigated as threat to Egypt's security
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An Egyptian official on Wednesday said government agencies were investigating if the popular new game Pokemon Go was dangerous to Egypt's national security. Cabinet spokesman Hossam al-Qawish said officials are considering new regulations for ...
Egypt Says Pokemon Go Could Be a Threat to National Security
Pokémon Go declared forbidden and un-Islamic in Egypt as craze sweeps country
Pokemon craze hits Egypt
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 ...
Egypt no longer gives SA teams sleepless nights
”I think he turning point for us (South Africa) was when we beat Al-Ahly 3-0 in El Gouna (in the 2013 CAF Champions League group stage),” said Teboho Moloi who served as Pirates' assistant coach in their four trips to Egypt in the last three years.