Ibrahim Halawa freed from jail in Egypt
Ibrahim Halawa, an Irishman who has spent more than four years in prison in Egypt, has been freed. Mr Halawa, who is from Dublin, was arrested during a siege at the Al-Fath mosque in Cairo in 2013. He was accused along with 500 others, including three ...
Ibrahim Halawa released from prison in Egypt
Irishman Ibrahim Halawa released after four years in Egypt prison
Egyptian crackdown on LGBT community creates fears among gays
CAIRO — Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community are living in fear in Egypt after a spike of arrests aimed at repressing LGBT people.
Criticized for Egypt ties, France to raise human rights with al-Sisi
According to two NGO officials aware of talks between Macron and human rights groups on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly in September, Macron had told them that while he acknowledged the worsening human rights situation in Egypt, his priority ...
Egypt: End two year arbitrary detention of human rights defender Hisham Gaafar
The Egyptian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release the journalist and human rights defender, Hisham Gaafar, who will complete two years in arbitrary pre-trial detention on 21 October, Amnesty International said. He is being held in ...
More than 60 arrested as Egypt cracks down on gay community ...
CAIRO — A crackdown on gay people in Egypt intensified in recent days as security forces raided cafes in downtown Cairo and courts delivered harsh prison ...
Brutal crackdown has gay and transgender Egyptians asking: Is it time to leave?
Los Angeles Times
For Mostafa, a gay Egyptian man in his mid-20s, seeing rainbow flags flying at an open-air rock concert in the Arab world's most populous nation was thrilling. But he had a feeling it wouldn't end well. Dozens of people have been arrested and put on ...
Egypt growth seen below government forecasts
How A Climate-Changing Volcano Helped The Roman Conquest Of Egypt
In 30 B.C. the last Pharaoh of ancient Egypt, the famous and beautiful Cleopatra, committed suicide after a series of disastrous defeats of the Egyptians by the Roman army, including the battle of Actium, when part of the fleet deserted. Soon after the ...
Volcanoes Helped Violent Revolts Erupt in Ancient Egypt
How ancient Egypt struggled with drastic changes in the climate ...
Volcanic eruptions may have contributed to war in ancient Egypt
Volcanoes helped topple ancient Egyptian empire, study finds | Fox ...
Sun-choking debris cast off by volcanoes more than 2000 years ago starved headwaters feeding the Nile river and hastened the downfall of ancient Egypt's last ...
Volcanoes May Have Helped Bring Down Ancient Egypt
Volcanoes likely brought ancient Egypt down, not the wrath of the gods
Volcanic Eruptions and Climate Change Incited Upheaval in Ancient ...
In Egypt, archaeologists find part of 4000-year-old statue
Los Angeles Times
Egypt says archaeologists have discovered the head of a wooden statue, likely belonging to a female regent who ruled the country more than 4,000 years ago. Wednesday's statement by the Antiquities Ministry says the artifact was found in the district of ...
Ancient Egypt: 4000-Year-Old Statue Of Pharaoh Queen Uncovered Near Great Pyramid
Uncovered 4000-year-old Wooden Head Thought to be of Egypt's Queen Ankhnespepy II
In Egypt, archaeologists discover part of 4000-year-old statue of female ruler
News & Observer
The Latest: White House envoy arrives in Egypt
News & Observer
Egyptian airport officials say a White House envoy has arrived in Cairo to discuss the latest developments in Palestinian reconciliation efforts mediated by Egypt. The officials say that Mideast envoy Jason Greenblatt arrived on Thursday. His visit ...
Trump's Envoy Greenblatt in Egypt to Discuss Palestinian Reconciliation
Egypt hopes for economic boost from Palestinian reconciliation
Greenblatt Heads to Egypt