The Trump administration is downgrading human rights issues, from Egypt to Yemen to Bahrain and beyond.
ISIS claimed responsibility for a rocket fired from the Sinai on Monday.
A Vatican official said Egypt has promised to do all it can to protect the leader of the Catholic world.
The president announced a three-month state of emergency after two bomb blasts on Coptic churches killed 49.
No group has yet claimed responsibility but the Islamic State has stepped up attacks against Christians in Egypt.
Trump has expressed his admiration for brutal strongmen like el-Sissi, Putin and Duterte.
With Obama in the rearview, here's what to expect from Abdel Fattah el-Sissi's trip to the White House.
Greenblatt, an Orthodox Jew, turns out to be the consummate negotiator.
Footage reportedly shows two elderly men, believed to be Sufi Muslims, being led to their deaths in the Sinai desert.
Mubarak was the first leader to face trial after the Arab Spring uprisings.
Egypt's ballooning birth rate and severe food and water shortage could threaten its national security.
The antiquities minister said the relics may instead be of a seventh century B.C. pharaoh called Psamtek I.
The relics were found in a muddy pit between dilapidated apartment blocks.
The space program is el-Sissi's latest attempt to reinvigorate the Egyptian economy with a series of mega-projects.
Christian Bassogog has signed for Henan Jianye.
Yemen's foreign minister said it would abide by agreements despite concern over a recent failed U.S. raid.
The Indomitable Lions defeated Egypt in Sunday's final, clinching a fifth title.
A faction led by Michael Flynn, Trump's National Security Advisor, wants to add the Brotherhood to the State Department and U.S. Treasury lists of foreign terrorist organizations, the sources said.
Higher administrative court is due to issue a final verdict on the fate of Tiran and Sanafir on January 16.