President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi
Egyptians Keep Sharing These Videos About Government Corruption and There's Nothing Sisi Can Do About It
Millions of Egyptians are enthralled by daily videos uploaded by a former military contractor who accuses President Sisi of large-scale corruption.
war and conflict
Egypt Vows 'Vicious War Against Terrorism' in Revenge for Sinai Attacks
Wednesday's attack killed dozens, the latest incident in a full-blown insurgency posing the biggest challenge yet to President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi's rule.
The Irreparable Loss of Cairo's Street Café District
In the last four years, the Cairo café district known as el-Borsa has been raided by the police for its role in fostering a revolution, as well as its reputation for attracting drug dealers, sex workers, and gay men. In March, it was shut down for good.
The Cost of Progress? We Meet Some of the Thousands of Sinai Villagers Displaced by Suez Canal Expansion
VICE News visited the villages in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula that have been demolished to make way for an expansion to the Suez Canal, in what lawyers say is an illegal eviction.
Egypt Finally Sentences Some of Tahrir Square's Sexual Attackers
An Egyptian court today gave seven men life sentences for sexually assaulting women at events in Tahrir Square during 2013 and 2014.