US to participate in biennial military exercise with Egypt for first time since Arab Spring
Bright Star was carried out every other year since -- until 2012, when the exercise was canceled due to instability in Egypt after Mubarak's ouster. Then-President Barack Obama canceled the exercise in 2014 over allegations of human rights abuses by ...
New York Times
Why Was an Italian Graduate Student Tortured and Murdered in ...
New York Times
The strange twists in the case of Giulio Regeni's disappearance in Cairo.
News Analysis: Experts say breakthrough in Egypt-Italy ties motivated by political, economic interests
Italy to resume diplomatic relations with Egypt
Italy sends envoy back to Egypt after student killing
Archaeologists discover three ancient tombs in Egypt
Archaeologists have discovered three tombs that date back around 2,000 years in southern Egypt. They were found in burial grounds in the Al-Kamin al-Sahrawi area in Minya province, south of Cairo. The tombs contained a collection of different ...
Ancient Egypt: Tombs More Than 2000 Years Old Uncovered by Archaeologists in Hidden Burial Chambers
Three millennia-old tombs found in Egypt
Ptolemaic-Era Tombs Uncovered in Egypt
Egypt Tourism Revenue Bounces Back After Crippling Dollar Shortage
Egypt's tourism receipts almost tripled and worker remittances rose in the last three months of its fiscal year, marking another step in the country's economic recovery from a crippling dollar shortage. Tourism revenue rose to $1.5 billion in the ...
Egypt extends detention of Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Hussein
A court in Egypt has extended the detention, without charge, of Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein for another 45 days. Egyptian authorities announced the seventh extension on Thursday since Hussein was arrested in December last year. Hussein, an ...
In Egypt, A Rising Sea — And Growing Worries About Climate Change's Effects
On Egypt's Mediterranean coast, August should be prime tourist season. But the seaside restaurants in Alexandria are almost empty. Worries over security are keeping a lot of foreign tourists away. But there's a much bigger worry looming: that hotter ...
Egypt's train crash staff detained, railway authority chief resigns
Egypt punishes train disaster 'selfie medics'
Egyptian train crews held following fatal crash, railway chief quits
Italy to return envoy to Cairo, ending Regeni standoff
Regeni, who had been looking into Egypt's independent unions for his doctorate thesis at Cambridge, attracted the suspicion of the Cairo government before his disappearance, sources told Reuters last year. Security and intelligence sources told Reuters ...
Israeli Officials Meet With Egyptian Leadership to Discuss Reopening Cairo Embassy
Two policemen killed in attacks in Egypt's Sinai - security sources
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CAIRO (Reuters) - Two Egyptian policemen were killed in separate attacks in North Sinai province on Tuesday, security sources said. Unknown gunmen fired shots at a policeman in North Sinai's capital city of Arish before fleeing, a source told Reuters, ...
Suspected militants kill 2 policemen in Egypt's Sinai
Two terrorists killed in shootout in Egypt
Two policemen killed in Egypt's North Sinai province
Egypt's unemployment rate below 12 percent for first time since 2011 -CAPMAS
CAIRO, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Egypt's unemployment rate dipped below 12 percent in the second quarter, the first time it has been that low since the political uprising of 2011. Nearly 80 percent of those unemployed were young, however. Official statistics ...
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Egypt opens Rafah crossing for first time in three months
The Jerusalem Post
Since the ouster of Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood in 2013, Cairo has seldom opened the Rafah crossing. The crossing was open for 42 days in 2016 and for 18 days in 2017 as of Tuesday, according to Gisha, an Israeli NGO ...
Egypt opens Gaza crossing for two days