Pigeon Battles of Cairo: Egypt's High-Flying Sport
A pigeon fighter attempts to beat a rival neighbourhood in his final duel before family pressure forces him to quit. 17 Sep 2017 14:01 GMT Sport, Egypt, Middle East · Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker ...
Egypt court upholds ex-president Morsi's life sentence
Morsi, democratically elected after Egypt's 2011 revolution, was removed from his position in mid-2013 by a coup led by Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the army chief of the time. Morsi was immediately arrested after the coup and Sisi has been the president of ...
Egypt court sentences Morsi to 25 years in Qatar spy case
Egypt court upholds life sentence for Morsi in Qatar case
Egypt court upholds life sentence against Morsi
Egypt's Regime Has Held An American Student For Four Years. He May Soon Know His Fate.
A 27-year-old U.S. citizen who has spent more than four years in Egyptian custody on dramatic murder and terrorism charges is expected to receive a verdict Monday in his mass trial with almost 500 other people ― a moment his advocates say could be ...
Egypt Expects Cabinet Approval to Sell Eurobonds Within Weeks ...
Egypt's cabinet is expected to approve a plan to sell 1.5 billion in euro-denominated bonds in two to three weeks, the finance minister said, as the government ...
Egypt plans more Eurobond issues in coming months
Foreign investment in Egypt's debt likely to hit $20bn in FY 2017/18: Finance Minister
Egypt's finance ministry proposes two new Eurobond issuances: Sources
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Egypt welcomes Hamas-Fatah political reconciliation
Egypt welcomed the agreement between Palestinian Fatah and Hamas movements to end a decade-long political rift, media reports said. Egypt welcomes the stances of the Fatah and Hamas movements regarding Egyptian efforts to unite the Palestinian ...
Egypt Aims to End Palestinian Division
Egypt welcomes moves toward unity by Hamas and Fatah: MENA agency
In overture to Fatah, Hamas agrees to dissolve its governing body in Gaza
New York Times
Hold the Egg Sandwich: Egyptian TV Is Calling
New York Times
Every other day or so, Hatem El-Gamasy connects to a news audience nearly halfway around the world, delivering hot takes on American politics, live from New York, but on Egyptian television. When the broadcast ends, he slips out his earpieces, opens ...
Egypt's tourism looks to revive after years of sluggish growth — Quartz
Cairo For generations, Mohammed Ahmed's family made a living offering tourists visiting the Egyptian pyramids in Giza a ride on their gaily decorated horses.
'This is Egypt' promotional campaign wins best tourism promo video in the Middle East
The “This is Egypt” promotional campaign won the Best Tourism Promotional Video in the Middle East at the General Assembly of the World Tourism Organization (WTO) in China, beating out 63 other contestants. The video includes footage of Egypt's diverse ...
Pyramid selling: Egypt invests to bring back the tourists
Egypt's long, bloody fight against the Islamic State in Sinai is going nowhere
CAIRO — Egyptian security forces are finding themselves increasingly bogged down in their four-year fight against an Islamic State affiliate in the northern Sinai Peninsula, despite billions of dollars in U.S. counterterrorism aid. The struggle has ...
Egypt is making renewed efforts to reform its economy - The Economist
THE train north from Cairo winds through the lush fields and meandering canals of the Nile Delta, before chugging into Alexandria. The scenery is pleasant on a ...