Abdel Fattah al-Sisi
The newspaper turned to Ireland for help getting Declan Walsh to safety.
The latest wave of protests can be linked back to ex-army contractor Mohamed Ali, who has alleged corruption at the highest levels of the Egyptian government and military.
“One cannot deny that there is lots of anger and the Egyptian authorities seem shaken by it.”
Bassem Yousef walked us through the Egyptian elections
As queer Egyptians face arrest and police entrapment, activists there told us it's more important than ever to fight government disinformation and propoganda, any way they can.
Cairo said it would cede two disputed Islands to Saudi Arabia during a visit from the oil-rich Gulf state's King Salman that led to the announcement of aid and investment projects.
The Argentinian soccer superstar meant well when he made the offer on tv, but he forgot an important detail: Shoes are a symbol of grave disrespect in Arab countries.
Hossam Baghat was arrested Sunday for 'publishing false information.' The United Nations and human rights groups said the arrest was evidence of a government crackdown on independent journalism and civil society.
The chairman of the Egyptian-led investigation into the crash did not address reports that a bomb brought down the plane, but said preliminary evidence indicates an “in-flight breakup.”
After intelligence suggested earlier this week that a Russian flight from the area might have been bombed, the British government suspended commercial flights between the UK and Sharm el-Sheikh. Russia has now suspended all Egyptian flights.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi hailed this parliamentary election as a milestone on the road to democracy. But turnout has been dismal, suggesting Sisi is losing his appeal.
More than 140 years after its initial opening, the government hopes the expansion project will double the annual revenue generated by the canal.