Head of Isis in Egypt killed by security forces
The military has poured troops and armour into the peninsula where security forces have been battling a jihadi insurgency since the former army chief who became Egypt's president, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, ousted Morsi more than three years ago. But the ...
Leader of ISIS in Egypt's Sinai killed by air force, sources confirm
Egypt: Leader of Islamic State Affiliate Killed in Sinai
Egypt 'kills head of Islamic State's Sinai branch'
The ruining of Egypt
IN EGYPT they are the shabab al-ahawe, “coffee-shop guys”; in Algeria they are the hittistes, “those who lean with their backs to the wall”; in Morocco they go by the French term, diplômés chômeurs, “graduate-jobless”. Across the Arab world the ranks ...
Christian Children Reveal Horror of Radical Muslim Attacks in Egypt
New UK leader pledges to help shore up Egypt's economy
Can Sisi's new investment council save Egypt's economy?
In Egypt, an Italian student stirred suspicion before he died
CAMBRIDGE, England – Ten days before he vanished, Italian doctoral student Giulio Regeni made a Skype call from his Cairo flat to an academic in Germany. It was the middle of January and Egyptian police were braced for political protests ahead of the ...
Egypt's Sissi Going Extra Mile, but Life's No Better on the Nile
Egypt's Sissi Going Extra Mile, but Life's No Better on the Nile. The Egyptian president is trying to improve relations between Copts and Muslims, combat terrorism in Sinai and prop up a flagging economy. Maybe one day he'll become the fifth Egyptian ...
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A Gloomy Egypt Sees Its International Influence Wither Away
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Since it made peace with Israel in 1979, Egypt has served as the fulcrum of American influence in the Arab world. The Egyptian and American militaries have cooperated closely for decades, and Egypt went to war against Saddam Hussein alongside United ...
Egypt's Christians lose patience with Sisi as attacks spike
Egypt's Christians feel vulnerable to attacks
Sisi announces austerity measures as Egypt seeks IMF loan
Column: Nobel prize-winner Ahmed Zewail's struggle to bring Egypt out of the 'dark ages'
The Arab world — the global epicenter of violence and conflict right now — needs more heroes like Ahmed Zewail, the Nobel Prize-winning Egyptian chemist who died yesterday. Arabic civilization, whose “Golden Age” of the 13th to 18th centuries brought ...
Egyptian Nobel Laureate Ahmed Zewail passes away
Egypt to bid final farewell to Zewail on Sunday
Nobel Prize-winning Egyptian chemist Zewail dies
Egypt court adjourns island deal cases to review evidence submitted by govt
A picture taken on January 14, 2014 through the window of an airplane shows the Red Sea's Tiran (foreground) and the Sanafir (background) islands in the Straits of Tiran between Egypt's Sinai Peninsula and Saudi Arabia. (Photo: AFP) ...
Egypt receives advanced new warship from Russia: Army
Egypt's military hoisted the Egyptian flag Thursday on an advanced new warship it received from Russia at a ceremony by the Armed Forces, an army statement said. The Molniya RKA 32, which the army says is among the most advanced vessels in the ...
Egypt Receives Offensive Missile Vessel From Russia
The Italian Energy Exec Who Thinks Gas Can Unite Egypt and Israel
We have assets—for example, our natural gas discovery in Egypt, or our discovery in Mozambique that is a giant one, or in Congo, where to drill a well takes three or four weeks. If drilling a well takes two months, three months, four months, the cost ...
Egypt's army announces killing of Ansar Beit Al Maqdis leader
Egyptian armed forces announced Thursday the killing of militant group Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis leader Abu Doaa Al-Ansari and a number of his associates in air strikes against the group's strongholds south and south-west of Al-Arish in Sinai, the army ...