Over the weekend, the former Egyptian Interior Minister under Hosni Mubarak gave a speech at his own retrial in Cairo, Egypt. El-Adly made at 2 bombshell claims during his testimony that have received little coverage in the Western press.
Hamas and Islamic Jihad have submitted a list of 10 demands to Egypt to establish a 10-year truce with Israel, the Hebrew-language daily Maariv reported Wednesday.
Qatar is purchasing $11 billion in Patriot missile batteries and Apache attack helicopters from the United States, according to AFP. It's the largest single sale of U.S. weaponry in 2014, and it's to a country with only about a quarter-million citize
Egyptian authorities have invited foreign software companies to help the government track online speech amid a sweeping crackdown on dissent. A twin bombing Monday killed two police officers.
Egypt’s military junta continues to move forward with mass trials of those involved in public protests against last summer’s coup, and today sentenced another 683 protesters to death for “inciting violence.
683 More Detainees Face Same Court That Ordered Hundreds Killed Yesterday
The army deposed President Mohamed Morsi last year after mass protests against his rule, and Sisi is widely expected to win the election.
Muslim Brotherhood men convicted of murdering 2 policemen and attacking others; majority of those condemned are on the run
Egypt's government has resigned, the prime minister said on Monday, a step likely to pave the way for army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to declare his candidacy for president of a strategic U.S. ally gripped by political strife.
Faces Charges of 'Escaping From Prison' During Unlawful Detention
Video emerged of a defiant Morsi shouting, 'I am the president of the republic, how can I be kept in a dump for weeks?'
January 25 marked the third anniversary of the revolution that overthrew dictator Hosni Mubarak, and Egyptians observed it in three distinctively different ways.
Cairo-based IPS News journalist Adam Morrow discusses the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s turn from democratically elected government to outlawed terrorist group in six months time; the bigger Egyptian protests despite harsher and deadlier crackdowns b
2013 has expectedly been a terrible year for several Arab nations. It has been terrible because the promise of greater freedoms and political reforms has been reversed, most violently in some instances, by taking a few countries down the path of anar
Despite the upheaval of the last two years, it was business as usual for US companies providing Egypt's tanks, helicopters, and bullets. GlobalPost looks at some of the key contracts.
Once-cool relations between Russia and Egypt are quickly warming as Russian officials visit Cairo today to reportedly negotiate an arms deal worth up to $2 billion.
Exclusive data show that a steady stream of American military equipment continued to flow after the military coup
An unnamed U.S. official claims the United States will cut off military aid to Egypt in response the ousting of former President Mohamed Morsi. However, the White House was quick to deny the initial reports.
The Greater Israel Project – a long-standing Zionist scheme to steal all the land between the Nile and the Euphrates – is halfway there.
Iranian president tells Revolutionary Guard commanders, 'It is clear to all West doesn’t like our region in its present shape'; claims Syria crisis may 'change the fate of the world'
A two day campaign of airstrikes by Egyptian military helicopters continued on Sunday in the norther Sinai Peninsula.
Since the most recent wave of protests began in Tahrir Square on June 30, there have been 186 recorded sexual assaults—including eighty the night that former President Mohamed Morsi was overthrown. Many of these attacks are mob-style sexual assaults,
As President Obama contemplates what affirmative action the United States government should take regarding the civil war in Syria and bloody violence in Egypt, he haughtily proclaimed to CNN New Day anchor, Chris Cuomo, that the U.S. remains "one ind
The earliest known iron artifacts come from outer space, according to new research from University College London.