Family fear for plight of British woman detained in Egypt on drug charges
Rachel Plummer, whose sister Laura, 33, has been held in Egypt since 9 October for allegedly carrying 29 strips of the painkillers Tramadol and Naproxen, said the family had been charged large sums of money by lawyers claiming they could free her ...
Hull woman in Egypt jail 'abandoned' by her boyfriend
British woman facing death penalty for carrying painkillers 'has been abandoned by boyfriend she was carrying them for'
Egypt fears influx of militants after Islamic State defeat
FILE - In this photo dated Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, provided by Egypt's state news agency, MENA, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi participates in a meeting with a group of young people from around the world, at the "World Youth Forum," a ...
Egypt's president backs Saudi purge, urges de-escalation with Iran
Egypt pledged support for "wise" Saudi Arabia in its standoff with Iran
Egypt's El-Sissi Warns Iran to Stop 'Meddling' in Region
Egypt bridegroom shot in genitals during celebrations - BBC News
The Egyptian man suffered serious injuries to his testicles, thigh and hand in the accident.
Egyptian accidentally shoots groom in the genitals during stag-do ...
EXCLUSIVE - 'Worried sick' family pictured visiting British woman facing death penalty in Egypt for smuggling ...
The family of a British woman facing the death penalty in Egypt on drug smuggling charges today paid her an emotional visit in prison. Laura Plummer's worried relatives saw her as jail bosses mocked her complaints about the 'hellhole' conditions ...
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Smartphones in Egypt Bring Biting Humor but Also Scrutiny
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How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Declan Walsh, The Times's Cairo bureau chief, discussed the tech he's using. What tech is most important for you to do your job as our correspondent in Egypt?
Oscars: A Muslim's Michael Jackson Obsession in Egypt's 'Sheikh Jackson'
Egypt's best foreign-language film submission caused the director to come under fire from all sides in a country where two recent revolutions and the dramatic rise and fall of the Muslim Brotherhood have cut deep divisions through society. Director Amr ...
Has Egypt lost all hope for tourism in Sharm el-Sheikh?
The British Government has refused to lift the ban on flights to Sharm el-Sheikh despite recommendations from its own cross-party parliamentary group on Egypt that it should, as well as millions of pounds of security investment from Egyptian ...
Egypt: Draft bill to criminalize same-sex relations amid unprecedented homophobic crackdown
More than 60 members of Egypt's parliament have proposed a deeply discriminatory law that will explicitly criminalize same-sex sexual activity in the country for the first time, said Amnesty International. The move is the latest development since ...
Egypt's Anti-gay Crackdown: Lawmaker to Propose Up to 10 Years Prison for Same-sex Ties
Amnesty condemns Egypt bill to criminalize homosexuality | ABS ...
New Egyptian law could see LGBT+ citizens sentenced to 15 years in jail
British holidaymaker arrested in Egypt for carrying painkillers faces seven years in jail even if found innocent
A BRITISH holidaymaker arrested for carrying painkillers in her suitcase faces seven years' jail even if she proves her innocence. Laura Plummer's solicitor warned her chances of freedom are slim. Laura Plummer was arrested for carrying painkillers in ...
UPDATE 2-Egypt inflation eases, paving way for looser monetary policy
CAIRO, Nov 9 (Reuters) - Egypt's inflation dipped for the third month in a row in October after hitting a record high on energy price rises, leaving the central bank on course to begin loosening monetary policy in the coming months. Inflation climbed ...
Egypt's Oct annual urban consumer inflation slows slightly to 30.8 pct