The tragic tale of Egypt's decline: Is it also the story of America's future?
Alexandria, Egypt's second city, was once a cosmopolitan place. Nestled in the eastern Mediterranean at the corner of Africa and the Levant, it attracted large numbers of Greeks, Italians, European Jews, Lebanese and others. It was a hub of many ...
Uganda goalkeeper Denis Onyango warns Egypt to expect 'fireworks'
Egypt, record seven times African champions, are currently top of Group E following wins over Congo Brazzaville and Ghana. Uganda are second in the group, two points adrift, following a victory over Congo Brazzaville and an away draw with the Black ...
Young women in Egypt fight harassment on the street and restrictions at home
Hana*, 27, faced relentless pressure from her family to be what they considered normal for a young Egyptian woman. "They just want me to be a normal girl in Egyptian society and be traditional — get married, have a family, have kids, don't work too ...
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Trump, Tillerson make right move challenging Egypt's repressive regime
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Even by the grim standards of recent Egyptian dictators, General Abdel Fatah al-Sisi has been extraordinarily repressive. His rule is consistently driving people into the hands of Islamic extremists, and he is a major obstacle to a lasting peace ...
Kuwait extradite two MB suspects to Egypt: local media
KarmSolar introduces solar energy to sunny old Egypt
With over a population over 90 million strong, a prime location, topography and climate, one would assume a country like Egypt would be perfect for solar energy. The nation's average level of solar radiation is between 2,000 to 3,200kWh per square ...
Egypt could be a pawn in the US's North Korea offensive — if it had the foresight
U.S. moves to cancel state aid to Egypt could have been an indirect hit at North Korea - but it would take serious foresight from the U.S. administration, analysts suggest. Egypt shares historic diplomatic ties with North Korea. The U.S. cut $95.7 ...
Jared Kushner meets with Egyptian officials to discuss Middle East peace process
Jared Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law and adviser, was in Cairo Wednesday to meet with senior officials as Egypt expressed disapproval of a decision to withhold and withdraw millions of dollars in U.S. aid to the country over human rights concerns.
Kushner in Egypt as Cairo protests big cuts in US aid
US to withhold up to $290 million in Egypt aid
US, citing human rights, cuts some Egypt aid
The decision to cut aid to Egypt was historic. Now the hard work begins.
Jared Genser is an international human rights lawyer based in Washington and serves as counsel to two political prisoners in Egypt. In April, President Trump showered praise on Egyptian strongman Abdel Fatah al-Sissi in a state visit highlighted by the ...
Trump loves to praise Egypt's dictator — but just cut off millions in aid to his government
Trump calls Egypt's Sisi, says keen to overcome obstacles
Trump tells Egypt's leader he wants to work on relationship
Trump Administration Cuts Military Aid To Egypt
The Trump administration is withholding aid to Egypt out of human rights concerns. The move seemed to catch Egyptian officials off-guard. It came as Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and senior adviser, visited Cairo with a White House delegation.
Saudi investors to pump 2 billion USD into Egypt
Mohamed El Gohary, Chairman and CEO of Cairo for Investment and Development speaks during an interview with media at El Robbiki Leather City in Badr City, east of Cairo, Egypt, August 14, 2017. (Reuters Photo). CAIRO, Aug. 27 (Xinhua) -- Egypt is ...
Al-Shobokshi, Al-Sharbatli inject new investments worth $2.15bn in Egypt