France, Egypt leaders meet amid concerns over extremism
PARIS — French President Emmanuel Macron offered his support Tuesday to Egyptian counterpart Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi in the fight against terrorism, but said that needs to be led with respect to human rights. Macron and el-Sissi met for over two hours ...
Macron avoids 'lecturing' Egypt on rights, Sisi defends his record
Macron Says He Raised Human-Rights Issues With Egypt's el-Sisi
Rights groups blast Egypt's human rights record
After four years in Egypt jail, Ibrahim Halawa is home
An Irishman who was detained in Egypt for more than four years has finally returned home after being acquitted in September. Ibrahim Halawa, arrested at the age of 17 as part of a deadly crackdown on protests in Cairo, had faced the death penalty. He ...
Irish man to campaign for prisoners abroad after four years in Egyptian jail
Ibrahim Halawa: Irishman jailed in Egypt arrives home - BBC News
Ibrahim Halawa flying home to Ireland after Egypt prison release
Egypt yet to notify Caf of intended CHAN withdrawal
The Confederation of African Football (Caf) says it has yet to receive any official letter confirming Egypt's intended withdrawal from the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN). Earlier this week, Egyptian officials said they were pulling out of the ...
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Saudis Set $500 Billion Plan to Develop Border Region With Jordan, Egypt
U.S. News & World Report
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia announced on Tuesday a $500 billion plan to create a business and industrial zone extending across its borders into Jordan and Egypt, the biggest project yet in a series of efforts to free the kingdom of its dependence ...
Saudi Arabia announces $500-bn investment city linked to Egypt, Jordan
Saudi Arabia just announced plans to build a $500 billion mega-city that's 33 times the size of New York City
Saudis plan to build $500bn mega city and business zone
Ancient Coptic Tombstone Found Along Egypt's Avenue of Sphinxes
Archaeologists found a Coptic tombstone, possibly dating to a time when most of Egypt was Christian.
Egypt arrests 12 suspected militants southwest of Cairo
Egypt's Interior Ministry says police have arrested 12 suspected militants in a province southwest of the capital Cairo, a few days after authorities officially announced that at least 16 policemen were killed in a brazen ambush by militants. The ...
Egypt security forces arrest 12 suspected militants south of Cairo: ministry
Egypt accuses Reuters, BBC of “inaccurate coverage” of clashes in western desert
Egypt disputes reported death toll from desert shootout
Dozens of Egyptian police are killed in raid on suspected militant base
CAIRO — Dozens of Egyptian police were killed in clashes with militants in the country's western desert Friday, one of the deadliest attacks this year suffered by Egypt's security forces fighting persistent and spreading Islamist militancy. At least ...
Is Egypt's security crackdown working?
Dozens Of Egyptian Police Killed In Desert Shootout
Militants Kill Egyptian Security Forces in Devastating Ambush
New York Times
Middle East Feud Looms Over Jailing of Egyptian Woman
New York Times
In June, four Arab countries, including Egypt and Saudi Arabia, imposed a punishing air, sea and trade blockade on Qatar. Among their demands is that Qatar's gas-rich royals halt their support for prominent Islamists like Ms. Qaradawi's father, Yusuf.
Egypt launches 12-cargo LNG tender
Egypt has reportedly launched a tender to buy 12 LNG cargoes for delivery in the first few months of 2018. Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) is said to be seeking to bring in nine of the cargoes via Egypt's two FSRUs, reports Reuters. However ...
Hydro-economics: Egypt, Ethiopia and the Nile | Ethiopia | Al Jazeera
A look at the ongoing dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and its impact on the world's longest river.