Report: Egypt security forces 'routinely torture political detainees'
(CNN) Egypt's police and National Security officers are carrying out widespread and systematic torture of political prisoners, which probably amounts to a crime against humanity, rights group Human Rights Watch (HRW) said in a report released Wednesday.
HRW: Torture is 'systematic practice' in Egypt
Rights group finds 'assembly line' of torture in Egypt
Egypt's security forces are enforcing 'torture assembly line'
'A great project for all Egyptians': Egypt to repair synagogue in city of eight Jews
Originally built in 1354, the Eliyahu Hanavi's grand facade and cavernous interior welcomed thousands of worshippers until the departure of Egypt's Jews after the creation of Israel. It then fell into into disrepair and water damage led to the collapse ...
2018 World Cup: Egypt 'one step closer' to Russia
Egypt midfielder Sam Morsy says the Pharaohs moved 'one step closer' to a first World Cup appearance since 1990 when beating Uganda 1-0 on Tuesday. The result in Alexandria allowed the hosts to leapfrog their rivals at the top of Group E. "We still ...
Onyango positive despite Egypt setback
Egypt, Tunisia close in on World Cup qualification; Algeria out
Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah strikes to send Egypt top of qualifying Group E with crucial victory over Uganda
Rights group: Egypt exerts growing control over local media
Egypt's privately-owned media are increasingly dominated by businessmen linked to the government and its intelligence agencies, a rights group said this week. Reporters Without Borders, known by the French acronym RSF, said in a Tuesday report that ...
Egypt, US armies set to resume joint exercise
Cairo - Egypt's military will host a biennial exercise with the US army next week for the first time since 2009, it said in a statement on Tuesday. The Bright Star exercise, scheduled every two years since 1981, will take place this year from September ...
Egypt Clears Multibillion-Dollar FX Backlog
Egypt says suspended US military exercises to resume
Egypt to host war games with US after 8-year hiatus
Egyptian renewable energy projects get $210 million boost
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has announced as much as $210 million in debt financing in order to "tap" the renewable energy potential of Egypt. In a statement on Tuesday, the Beijing headquartered AIIB said the project would comprise ...
Egypt's Coptic pope meets Australian prime minister
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Pope Tawadros II met with Australia's prime minister and senior government officials on Wednesday during the spiritual leader of Egypt's Coptic Orthodox Church's first visit to the country. Peter Khalil, the only Copt ...
Middle East Monitor
24 Nubians arrested for illegal protest in Egypt's Aswan
Egypt's Aswan Court has ordered the continued detention of 24 Nubians for participating in an unauthorized protest three days earlier until Sept 13 when he is set to review the case. Wednesday's decision comes after dozens of Nubians had set out on a ...
24 Nubian activists arrested during protest in Egypt
Muslims in Egypt are trying to preserve its Jewish heritage
IN BUT a few years one of the world's oldest Jewish communities will have disappeared. No more than 20 Jews are thought to still live in Egypt, compared to at least 80,000 before the second world war. Half a dozen live in Cairo—four of them in care homes.
Vodafone Egypt selects Openwave for video QoE
Vodafone Egypt has selected Openwave Mobility's NFV-based download acceleration and encrypted video management solution to enhance subscriber Quality of Experience (QoE) and manage rising encrypted video traffic. Much of the increase in mobile ...