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ISIS Affiliate in Egypt Says it Fired Rockets at Israel
Israeli police reported no causalities.
Fighting ISIS in Sinai
Egypt is fighting a proxy war against ISIS. But is repression at home fanning the flames?
50 Killed in Islamic State Militant Attacks in Egypt's North Sinai
The army said five checkpoints were attacked by about 70 Islamic State militants and that soldiers had destroyed three landcruisers fitted with anti-aircraft guns.
Egypt's Tourism Industry Faces Disaster as Islamist Terrorists Step Up Attacks
A suicide bomber detonated outside the ancient temple of Karnak today.
Death Penalty Sought for Former Egyptian President Mursi
Penalty also sought for 106 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in connection with a mass jail break in 2011.
Mubarak Sentenced to Three Years in Corruption Case Retrial
The former Egyptian president and his sons Gamal and Alaa may not have to serve any jail time.
Egypt Sentences Sainsbury’s Chief Executive To Two Years In Jail
Mike Coupe was found guilty of embezzlement and could now be arrested if he travels to the country,
Exiled Palestinian Leader Looks for Regional Allies in Mediation of Nile Dam Deal
Mohammed Dahlan mediates dam agreement between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan ahead of future challenge to Mahmoud Abbas.
Egypt To Punish Tunnel Diggers With Life Jail Term
The law was extended yesterday as Sisi tries to combat smuggling between Sinai and Gaza.
Egypt Ready to Send Ground Troops to Yemen
Officials threatened a ground operation after Riyadh air strike campaigns concludes.
Egypt's Sisi Issues Decree Widening Scope of Security Crackdown
Anti-terrorism law gives authorities sweeping powers to ban groups for harming national unity
Senior Muslim Cleric Calls For Islamic Teaching Change
Al-Azhar’s grand imam linked misinterpretations of the Koran to religious extremism.
Prominent Egyptian Activist Abdel Fattah Gets Five Year Jail Sentence
Fattah was sentenced for violating limits on demonstrations, amid one of the toughest crackdowns on dissent in Egypt's history.
Egyptians Flee Libya Amid ISIS Attacks, Airstrikes
A quarter-million Egyptians are registered to work in Libya.
Egypt Calls For U.N.-Backed Military Action in Libya
After the beheading of 21 Christians, Egypt sees no other choice.
ISIS's Deadly March From the Middle East to North Africa
Libya appears to be Islamic State's most successful move yet beyond its Middle East heartland.
Egyptians Mourn Victims of Islamic State Beheadings
Many of the victims had gone to Libya to seek work.
Egypt Bombs Islamic State Targets in Libya
Egypt said the dawn strike hit Islamic State camps, training sites and weapons storage areas in Libya.
Two Imprisoned Al-Jazeera Journalists Released in Egypt
After more than 400 days in prison, the two men accused of helping the Muslim Brotherhood are getting a retrial.
Struggle Outside Soccer Match Kills 22 in Cairo
Most of the dead were suffocated when the crowd stampeded after police used teargas.
Female Genital Mutilation on the Rise in the U.S.
The first new data on female genital mutilation in a decade shows New York and California as high-risk states.
Freed Al Jazeera Journalist Feels 'Incredible Angst' for Colleagues Left Behind
Egyptian authorities accuse Qatar-based Al Jazeera of being a mouthpiece of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Al Jazeera Colleagues at Forefront of Released Journalist’s Mind
Canadian-Egyptian Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian national Baher Mohamed remain in prison.
Egypt Frees Al Jazeera Journalist Peter Greste
After more than 400 days in jail, Greste has been deported to Australia.
Protesters Killed on Egypt Uprising Anniversary
At least 15 dead, including policemen, in protests marking the fall of Hosni Mubarak.
Cairo Bathhouse-Goers Acquitted of Debauchery Charges
Twenty-six men have been cleared of charges related to homosexuality.
The Winter of Egypt’s Dissent
Lacking leverage, Washington has eased up on Cairo over human rights.
Tomb of Unknown Egyptian Queen Unearthed Near Cairo
The tomb, found southwest of Cairo, is believed to hold the remains of a pharaoh’s wife.
Egypt Orders Retrial for Jailed Al Jazeera Journalists
The country's highest court cited procedural flaws in last year's trial.
Egypt Allows Travelers From Gaza For First Time Since October
Officials said the crossing would open for two days to allow Gazans with serious illnesses to travel for treatment, and to allow foreign nationals and students to travel.