Regional powers sign pact to boost economic and military ties, and pledge to work together to create joint Arab force.
Egypt and Saudi Arabia signed a pact in Cairo Thursday aimed at boosting military and economic ties between the two Arab allies. Relations have warmed since the 2013 ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, with Saudi Arabia offering billions in aid to Egypt and Cairo participating in a Saudi-led bombing campaign against Iran-backed rebels in […]
President Obama hit many right notes during his trip to Kenya last week -- he spoke about the need for civil society inclusion in countering terrorism, about the United States's own mistakes in not treating people equally under the law,...Show More Summary
Washington to deliver eight aircraft to Egypt within the next two days, US embassy in Cairo says in a statement.
Egypt has decided to participate in the International Army Games-2015 in Russia. Cairo believes it will strengthen military cooperation between two countries.
The United States will deliver eight F-16 Block 52 aircraft to Cairo, as a part of its commitment to upgrade Egypt’s military might in light of current terrorist threats, the US Embassy in Cairo said Thursday.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Unidentified gunmen shot dead a security guard outside the embassy of Niger in Cairo early on Wednesday morning, the Egyptian interior ministry said in a statement.
Official says gas-cylinder explosion sparked blaze at furniture factory on Cairo's outskirts which left 25 dead.
24 people were killed by fire on the outskirts of the Egyptian capital of Cairo.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt said on Saturday it had extended by three months a state of emergency imposed on parts of Northern Sinai in October after Islamist militants stepped up attacks in the peninsula bordering Israel, Gaza and the Suez Canal.
By Nelly Bassily | ( openDemocracy) | – – Yara Sallam is starting the second year of her sentence in Qanater Women’s prison outside Cairo. She says, “I do not feel any…
CAIRO (Reuters) - The death toll from a boat collision on Egypt's Nile river Wednesday has risen to 31, a ministry of health spokesperson told Reuters on Friday.
CAIRO/BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) - Islamic State jihadists have exploited widespread chaos to gain a foothold in Libya, but their ejection from an eastern city suggests they may not achieve a Iraq-style takeover due to strong local rivals and the absence of sectarian divisions.
Egypt's health ministry said that the death toll from a collision of a cargo ship with a boat carrying people celebrating an engagement, on the Nile the night before has risen to 21,
An official from the party of Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh confirmed on Thursday that talks aimed at brokering a "peaceful solution" to the country's conflict were under way in Cairo. But fighting continued to rage in several cities, and few details were available about the discussions' significance. Show More Summary
CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian army officer and three soldiers were killed on Thursday when a bomb planted by suspected Islamist militants exploded near Rafah, a town on the border with the Gaza Strip, the army said in a statement.
X-Men: Apocalypse director Bryan Singer posted a photo last night of a destroyed Cairo, Egypt, leaving many to wonder if Storm’s origins will be at least touched on in the new X-Men film, due out next year. Singer posted the image to Instagram, saying he was “tip toeing through ruined #cairo #1983 #xmen #apocalypse”. Show More Summary
The Cairo set in X-Men: Apocalypse looks a bit out-of-sorts in this photo, via director Bryan Singer. We figure the film's taking Storm back to her roots; could all that rubble be weather damage, perhaps?
CAIRO (Reuters) - At least 15 people drowned when a small boat collided with a barge and capsized on the Nile River near Cairo on Wednesday night, Egypt's interior ministry said in a statement.
A criminal court in Cairo has postponed the trial of former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on multiple charges, including spying for Qatar, till August 2, local media reported Wednesday citing judicial sources.