Egypt is building a new capital -- and China is bankrolling it
CAIRO — The Egyptian government is determined to build a new capital in the desert 28 miles southeast of this iconic city — and it's no longer a mirage now that China is bankrolling most of the $45 billion project. Work has already begun on a ...
Egypt asks Interpol to take Mubarak-era businessman off watchlist
The International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) is an intergovernmental agency designed to promote international cooperation in criminal investigations. Nashar said Egypt also sent notice to Spain, Switzerland, and Hong Kong to take Salem off ...
Egypt court suspends annulment of Red Sea island deal with Saudi Arabia
Egypt announced in April a maritime border accord with Saudi Arabia, which could see it lose control of two Red Sea islands. The accord caused a public uproar and rare protests by Egyptians, many of whom said they were taught at school that Tiran and ...
Egypt court blocks cancellation of Saudi deal
An Egyptian court suspends Administrative Court verdict over Tiran and Sanafir
Egyptian court approves transfer of Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
Egyptian president's solution for crumbling economy: Spare change
CAIRO — Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sissi has a solution for Egypt's crumbling economy: taking spare change from its citizens. In a speech this week to announce a new housing project, Sissi asked why the state could not take the small change ...
Will Western media ever let Egypt be?
Human Rights Watch
In Egypt's Guantanamo 'abuse is systematic'
Egyptian authorities at the notorious al-Aqrab (Scorpion) prison in Cairo have been abusing inmates in ways that may have led to their death, a new Human Rights Watch report said. The 80-page report, released on Wednesday, is based on interviews with ...
Egypt: Serious Abuses in Scorpion Prison
Egypt's Scorpion prison: Inmates dying due to lack of medical care, says HRW
Egypt Increases Jail Terms For People Who Perform Female Genital Mutilation
Hassan Hafez, a barber, mimics the way he used to perform female genital mutilation (FGM) in Egypt, June 13, 2006. Because of efforts of organizations like UNICEF, Hafez no longer circumcises women.
Egypt passes stricter prison sentence for FGM
Egypt approves tougher jail terms for FGM
The National Interest Online
Egypt's Economy Is in Big Trouble | The National Interest
The National Interest Online
Egypt's government is eating itself in order to stay in business.
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Church Building Law Moves Forward In Egypt After String Of Attacks Against Christians
Sisi ratifies Egypt's new church building law - Politics - Egypt ...
Updated: A car bomb blast targeting senior Egyptian judge in New Cairo
A New Cairo car explosion on Thursday evening was targeting the country's top prosecutor's assistant, Egypt's interior ministry said in a statement. The ministry said the car bomb exploded as the top prosecutor-general's deputy Zakaria Abd El-Aziz was ...
Senior Egyptian prosecutor survives car bomb assassination attempt
Car bomb explodes near Egypt prosecutor
Car bomb explodes near home of Egyptian judicial official
African Champions League: Egypt's Zamalek hope to have fans for ...
Egypt's Zamalek want a capacity crowd to attend the second leg of the African Champions League final in Cairo, despite long-running security restrictions.
Preview: Egypt's Zamalek open league campaign with eyes on ...
Egypt Gets $500Mln Loan to Help Create Jobs in Upper Nile Region
Upper Egypt, a region straddling the Nile River and composed of 10 governorates, is home to about 38 percent of Egypt's population and 67 percent of its poor, according to the Bank. The World Bank's current portfolio in Egypt includes 25 projects ...