Egypt's wheat corruption scandal takes down embattled supply minister
CAIRO/ABU DHABI Egypt's Minister of Supply Khaled Hanafi has resigned amid the highest-profile corruption case since President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi came to power in 2014. Hanafi's resignation is the most senior-level fallout from a probe into whether ...
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Egypt minister quits amid wheat scandal
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Egypt CANNOT afford to search for ancient treasures as it closes historic museums
Tourism, a mainstay of the economy, has been hit hard since the 2011 revolution that overthrew veteran ruler Hosni Mubarak, with many of Egypt's renowned historical sites, from the pyramids at Giza to the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, suffering a ...
FILE - In this Wednesday, June 22, 2016 file photo, Egyptian lawyer and former presidential candidate Khaled Ali points to photos of jailed activists, who were arrested during protests over two disputed Red Sea islands, including Egyptian rights lawyer ...
Egypt orders release of a lawyer in solitary confinement
Prosecution appeals Malek Adly's release - Daily News Egypt
Egyptian lawyer in solitary confinement for defying el-Sissi
Egypt family to join boy who crossed sea alone seeking help
CAIRO – Egypt's Foreign Ministry says the family of an Egyptian boy who crossed the Mediterranean Sea on his own to find medical help abroad for his sick brother, will leave for Italy within days to join him there. The 13-year-old sneaked out of Egypt ...
Family of Egyptian migrant boy will go to Italy for medical help: Ministry
Why Welspun might have sold fake Egyptian cotton sheets to Target and other US retailers
The Egyptian cotton scandal troubling one of India's largest textile makers is a snapshot of a global shortage. American retailer Target ended all contracts with Welspun India after determining that the 100% Egyptian cotton sheets it bought from the ...
Welspun scandal follows years of falling Egyptian cotton output
Egypt: Refusal to release survivor of torture and disappearance an outrageous blow
The Egyptian authorities' refusal to release Islam Khalil who was tortured and subjected to enforced disappearance for 122 days is another alarming setback for human rights in Egypt, said Amnesty International. Islam Khalil was transferred to the ...
In Egypt, IMF Deal Brings Austerity Few Can Afford
Though Egypt has returned to the IMF virtually every decade since the 1970s, implementation of reforms has been mixed. Many Egyptians are uneasy with a program they see as being foreign imposed and are convinced it will hurt all but the richest.
Washington welcomes Cairo's loan deal with IMF: Egypt foreign ministry
Obstacles could impede Christ biopic's path into Egypt
In an interview with Al-Monitor, the director said the film "Christ" — which has been in the pipeline for years and caused controversy among Egyptians — could be shot outside of Egypt should he face objections from Al-Azhar. The film has already ...
As Egypt's Jails Fill, Growing Fears Of A Rise In Radicalization
In the name of fighting terrorism, authorities in Egypt are jailing people for offenses as small as a Facebook post or being at a protest. In the case of Hossam el-Deen, it was being in the wrong place at the wrong time — when security forces came to ...
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Leaked photos and terrorism gaffes: The Egypt vs Palestine controversy
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This week witnessed tensions rise between Egypt and Gaza, with two controversies breaking out and sparking a social media storm with users lashing out at the Egyptian government for its ties with Israel. On Sunday, Egypt's foreign minister appeared to ...
What Egypt Knows About Terrorism
Egypt, France FMs talk Palestinian-Israeli peace process and Syrian crisis