New York Times
A Gloomy Egypt Sees Its International Influence Wither Away
New York Times
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt, center-left, with graduates of the Air Force Academy in Cairo in July. Credit Egyptian Presidency, via Reuters. CAIRO — In a televised speech, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, a general turned president, warned Egyptians ...
Egypt's Christians lose patience with Sisi as attacks spike
Egypt condemns cremation of Egyptian national's body in Germany
Sisi announces austerity measures as Egypt seeks IMF loan
Egypt's $12 Billion IMF Bailout Talks: A Guide to What to Expect
Egyptian officials are holding talks in Cairo with the International Monetary Fund over a loan to help finance the government's economic program. Egypt is seeking $12 billion over three years. The most-populous Arab country has had a tumultuous ...
Voice of America
Egypt-Turkey Relations Sour Post-Failed Coup
Voice of America
Turkey, which supports the Muslim Brotherhood, was allied with Morsi and continued to bate Sissi, even after he was formally elected in 2014, calling his initial ascension to power the product of a “coup,” not a popular “revolution” as Egyptian ...
First doctor convicted of FGM death in Egypt only spent three months in jail
The first doctor in Egypt to be convicted of carrying out female genital mutilation (FGM) served just three months of his sentence, despite the case being seen as a landmark in curbing the practice by campaigners and the UN. Sohair al-Bata'a, 13, died ...
Egypt's grand mufti says harming gays is unacceptable even as LGBT crackdown continues
Egypt's grand mufti recently said that hurting gays and lesbians is unacceptable despite the fact that homosexuality is not allowed in Islam. In an interview with Germany's Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper late last month, Shawki Allam said that he ...
Leading Egyptian cleric says harming gays is unacceptable, but homosexuality still a sin
Egypt And Turkey: Aligned, But Out Of Step
When Egypt opened its 2011-12 election season, the first election to be held since the end of the Arab Spring, the country's political atmosphere came alive with promise and debate. At the time, I lived in the coastal city of Alexandria, where “let's ...
Why Turkey and Egypt won't reconcile anytime soon
Déjà vu — the West's effort to transform Turkey into another Egypt
Egypt: Beyond the Pyramids
Egypt sees stability for its economy with IMF loans
Economist Mohammed Alnajar told Euronews even that will not be enough: “Egypt doesn't currently have the legal system in place that would be able to attract foreign investment, so even if the IMF approves this $12 billion loan over three years, that ...
IMF deal credit positive for Egypt, implementation risks remain high: Fitch
IMF delegation arrives in Egypt for bailout talks
Fitch: Implementation Risk Would Be Key to Egypt IMF Deal
Egyptian Nobel laureate Ahmed Zewail dies at 70
Egyptian Noble Laureate Ahmed Zewail passed away on Tuesday in the US at the age of 70, his media spokesman Sherif Fouad told Egyptian State TV. According to Fouad, it has not been determined yet whether Zewail died of his cancer or another disease.
Nobel Prize-winning Egyptian chemist Zewail dies
Egyptian Chemist Zewail, Noble Prize-Winner, Dies at 70
Egyptian Nobel-winning chemist Zewail dies
Russia-Egypt air security agreement to be referred to Cairo this week
TORZHOK, August 2. /TASS/. An intergovernmental agreement on air service security with Egypt may be referred to the Egyptian side later this week, Russian Minister of Transport Maxim Sokolov said on Tuesday.
Egypt's army chief of staff in Saudi Arabia for joint military council talks
Hegazy is heading a delegation of top Egyptian military officials to conduct talks of mutual interests between the armed forces of the two countries with Saudi counterparts during the seventh session of Saudi-Egyptian joint military council, a ...