New York Times
In Egypt, Many Leaders Quietly Cheered Turkish Coup Plotters
New York Times
“I will not deny there was a lot of excitement,” said Dalia Youssef, the deputy chairwoman of the foreign affairs committee in Egypt's Parliament, after images of military vehicles rolling through the streets of Ankara and Istanbul interrupted her ...
Egypt's Oldest Papyri Detail Great Pyramid Construction
In 2013, a joint team of French and Egyptian archaeologists discovered a remarkable find in a cave at the ancient Red Sea port of Wadi el-Jarf—hundreds of inscribed papyrus fragments that were the oldest ever unearthed in Egypt. As Egyptologists ...
These 4500-year-old writings are the oldest ever found in Egypt
Egypt displays oldest papyrus, accounts on pyramid-builders
Bassem Youssef, "The Jon Stewart of Egypt," Moves to U.S. & Begins Satirizing Election Season
Egyptian comedian and satirist, known as "the Jon Stewart of Egypt." His show was known as "The Daily Show" of the Arab world. Once he could no longer make fun of Egyptian politics, he moved to the U.S. to satirize American politics. His new show ...
Barclays begins Egypt sale process, at least two interested - sources
DUBAI (Reuters) – Barclays <BARC.L> has begun a formal process to sell its Egyptian unit, with at least two banks from the Middle East and North Africa region expressing interest in the business, sources familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
Emirates NBD Egypt suspends credit, debit card use abroad amid dollar shortage
Emirates NBD Egypt not to suspend card use abroad
Egypt Pound Hits Record Low as Bets Mount For Second Devaluation
The Egyptian pound extended losses in black market trading on speculation that policy makers will weaken the official exchange rate to end the country's shortage of foreign currency. The pound slumped to 11.75 a dollar, according to the average quote ...
Egypt's Sisi inspects housing project aimed to combat informal settlements
One dead after Muslim mob attacks Christian priests in Egypt, officials say
Christians in central Egypt gathered for protests and prayers Monday after officials said a Muslim mob attacked priests with knives and batons over a personal feud, leaving one person dead in the chaos. The fighting may have stemmed from an argument ...
Muslim Mob Stabs Christian to Death in Southern Egypt
Egypt's wave of persecution continues as mob stabs Christian to death
Egypt arrests 15 over arson attacks on Christian homes
How Israel's relationship with Egypt's Sissi might come back to haunt it
Egypt's foreign minister's first visit to Israel in nine years, and his meeting to discuss an Egypt-backed peace initiative with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should not have come as such a surprise. Even the recent appointment of Avigdor Lieberman ...
Daily News Egypt
Egypt may be 'wasting time' in GERD talks with Ethiopia: professor
Daily News Egypt
Renewed talks between Egypt and Ethiopia on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) may be going in the wrong direction, as one professor at Cairo University believes. President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi met with Ethiopian prime minister Hailemariam ...
Ethiopia's relationship with Egypt, Sudan not confined to Nile water: ambassador
International Business Times UK
China Telecom, Saudi's STC Said to Show Interest in Egypt 4G
State-run phone carriers China Telecom Corp. and Saudi Telecom Co. have expressed interest in acquiring 4G mobile-phone licenses offered by the Egyptian government, joining Kuwait's Zain, which made an official request last week, a Communications ...
China Telecom and Saudi Telecom interested in Egypt's 4G licences
China Telecom eyes Egypt 4G licenses
China Telecom, STC eye Egypt 4G licence – report
Solar Plane Zooms Over Egypt's Pyramids on Historic Flight
A solar-powered airplane buzzed the pyramids in Egypt, flying over the iconic, haze-cloaked monuments, during the most recent leg of its historic journey around the world. The aircraft, known as Solar Impulse 2, landed in Egypt on July 13, after flying ...