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Gaza cease-fire talks fall victim to deep divisions among Arab states
John Kerry to Meet With Egyptian Officials Over Gaza
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to push Hamas to accept a cease-fire and end the fighting
Who Should Broker a Gaza Cease-Fire?
Palestinians want Qatar or Turkey; Israelis want the U.S. and Egypt
Palestinian Rocket Fire Persists After Israel Agrees to Gaza Truce
Under the terms of the blueprint announced by Egypt, a mutual "descalation" of fighting was to begin at 9 a.m.
Egypt's Sisi Says Independence for Iraq's Kurds Would Be 'Catastrophic'
Iraq's five million Kurds, who have ruled themselves in relative peace since the 1990s, have expanded their territory by up to 40 percent in recent weeks
Egypt's President Says He Won't Interfere With Courts
"We must respect judicial rulings and not criticize them even if others do not understand this," Sisi said
Outrage After Al Jazeera Journalists Sentenced to Prison: 'Defies Logic, Sense and Any Semblance of Justice'
Evidence presented in court against the three journalists included family photos of ski vacations, and a BBC documentary one of them filmed in Somalia
Egypt Court Jails Al Jazeera Journalists for 7-10 Years
The three include Australian Peter Greste, Al Jazeera's Kenya-based correspondent, and Canadian-Egyptian national Mohamed Fahmy, bureau chief of Al Jazeera English
Egypt Court: Death for Muslim Brotherhood Leader
More than a thousand suspected supporters of Mursi and his Muslim Brotherhood have already been given death sentences this year
Egypt Frees Al Jazeera Journalist on Hunger Strike
Abdullah Al-Shamy had been on hunger strike for more than 130 days in protest over his detention
Egypt Asks YouTube to Remove Video of Sexual Assault Victim
The video shows a naked woman with injuries being dragged through Cairo's Tahrir Square after being sexually assaulted
Abdel Fattah al-Sisi Sworn in as Egypt's New President
The ceremony had a low-key attendance by Western allies concerned by the military government's crackdown on dissent
Egypt's Sisi Wins Presidential Election With More Than 90 Percent of Vote
A lower-than-expected turnout figure raised questions about the credibility of a man idolized by his supporters as a hero
Sisi Gains 93.4 Percent of Votes Cast in 2,000 Polling Stations
His only rival Hamdeen Sabahi gained 2.9 percent and 3.7 percent of the votes were deemed void.
The Arab Spring Has Sprung
There is more to democracy than merely holding elections
Sisi Set to Take Presidency as Egyptians Vote for Stability
The vote means Egypt will likely revert to rule by men from the military after Sisi toppled the country's first freely elected leader, Mohamed Mursi
Mubarak Regime 'Misled Israel Over Mavi Marmara Incident'
A former Turkish envoy suggests an Egyptian spy was on board protest ship heading for Gaza
Amid Egypt Rights Abuses, U.S. Stalls Over More Military Aid
Many Obama administration officials question the need to restore Egypt to its place as the premier U.S. partner in the Arab world.
Egyptian Leader Says Brotherhood Won't Exist if He's Elected
Former army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi made the comments about the Muslim Brotherhood in a television interview
Egyptian Court Seeks Death Sentence for Brotherhood Leader, 682 Supporters
"It seems that these sentences are aimed at striking fear and terror into the hearts of those who oppose the interim government," a human rights advocate said.
Egypt Gets Attack Helicopters, U.S. Gets the Status Quo, It Hopes
Egypt’s human rights records is in a shambles, but the U.S. won’t, or can’t, stop its military aid
U.S. to Send Egypt New Apache Attack Helicopters
The United States has decided to lift its hold on the delivery of 10 Apache attack helicopters to Egypt imposed last year
Egypt Sentences Muslim Brotherhood Leader Mohamed El-Beltagy to One Year for Insulting the Judiciary
Beltagy is standing trial along with former president Mohamed Mursi and 13 other Muslim Brotherhood leaders on charges of inciting the killing of protesters
Dream of Egypt's 2011 Tahrir Square Revolt Fades as Abdel Fattah al-Sisi Builds Power
A brutal political crackdown is fuelling a violent Islamist insurgency across the country
Egyptian Court Sentences 529 Muslim Brotherhood Members to Death: Lawyer
The ruling was the biggest mass death sentence handed out in Egypt's modern history, lawyers said.
Free the Al Jazeera Four!
A worldwide protest condemns Egypt’s crackdown on the free press
Egypt's Government Calls It Quits
The latest jolt for an already jittery nation suggests there will be more to come.
Shirin Neshat’s Photos of the Egyptian Revolution
The Iran-born artist used close-up portraiture to make viewers understand the depth of suffering in Egypt
Egypt's Next Target: Hamas
After squeezing Gaza's economy, Cairo tries to eradicate what it calls a militant organization.
Egyptian Police Arrest Brotherhood Supporters Under Anti-Terror Laws
The Egyptian government declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group on Wednesday in response to a suicide attack that killed 16 in the Nile Delta.