Egypt drops case against mob that attacked Christian woman
CAIRO – Egyptian prosecutors have thrown out a case brought by an elderly Christian woman against several members of a Muslim mob who stripped off her clothes and paraded her naked through the streets, her lawyer said Sunday. Last May's assault in ...
Residents of Egypt's Northern Sinai Threaten Protests
Over the weekend, Egypt tightened travel regulations for anyone visiting southern Sinai, home to a string of Red Sea resorts popular with divers and European sun lovers. Under the new regulations, tourism workers traveling overland to the region must ...
Sinai residents accuse state of extrajudicial killings
Lead figure in Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis killed: Egypt's interior ministry
Foreign Purchases of Egypt Debt May Reach $11 Billion
Egypt sees foreigners buying as much as $10 billion to $11 billion in local Treasury bills and bonds in the coming period, Finance Minister Amr El-Garhy told reporters Sunday. Government moves to reform the economy and growing investor confidence are ...
Egypt to cut subsidies, boost revenues under reform package
Egypt says foreign investment in treasuries set to reach $10-11 bln in one year
Egypt: Foreign investment in treasuries set to reach $10 bln
Egypt expands navy with formation of Southern Fleet Command
Egypt's navy has responded to growing threats in the Middle East with the formation of Southern Fleet Command, which is composed of a destroyer, Mistral-class helicopter carrier, missile craft, coastal patrol and special forces units. Egypt currently ...
Looking south: The expansion of Egypt's naval operations
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Cameroonian foreign minister praises bilateral relations with Egypt
Daily News Egypt
Cameroonian foreign minister Lejeune Mbella praised bilateral relations between his country and Egypt during his meeting with Egypt's ambassador to Cameroon Sherif El-Leithy on Thursday. El-Leithy presented a message at the meeting from Foreign ...
Saudi brothers accused of organ trade in Egypt
TABUK — Two Saudi brothers, one of them a kidney patient, have been stranded in Cairo for nearly two months after the Egyptian authorities accused them of organ trade and put them on a travel ban. Abdul Ilah Al-Shabrami, one of the two Saudis held up ...
Pharaohs Eager to Claim Afcon After Seven Years
Egypt return to the African Nations Cup finals for the first time in seven years and are eager to prove their credentials as one of the tournament favourites as they open their Group D campaign against Mali at the Stade de Port-Gentil on Tuesday (19h00 ...
Egypt coach Hector Cuper bans players from talking to media ahead of Mali clash
AFCON 2017: Egypt coach warns players to avoid the media
Egypt coach imposes media gag on players ahead of AFCON 2017 opening match
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Roadmap to advance Belarus-Egypt cooperation across the board
Belarus News (BelTA)
CAIRO, 15 January (BelTA) – Belarus and Egypt will work out a roadmap document to advance bilateral cooperation across the board. Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko made the statement for mass media after negotiations with Egypt President ...
Belarus president arrives in Egypt for 2-day official visit
Egypt, Belarus sign package of cooperation documents
UPDATED: Belarus to support Egypt's stances internationally
“The Preacher” tackles Egypt's thorny issues
Cairo: An Egyptian film called “Mawlana” (The Preacher) which demonises the manipulation of religion for political gain has been making waves in the country. The film is based on the 2012 best-selling novel of the same name by journalist Ebrahim Issa ...
Civil society bears the burden of fighting sexual harassment in Egypt
Earlier this month, the Egyptian parliament approved tougher penalties for sexual harassment, doubling the minimum imprisonment sentence to a year instead of six months, and increasing the fine to a minimum of 5,000 Egyptian pounds ($267) and a ...