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Egypt to reopen Rafah crossing for Gazans

Temporary reopening of access point to Gaza Strip will allow Palestinians stranded in Egypt to go home.

President Obama Touts Partnership With Egypt's Military Regime: Yet Repression Continues Unabated

CAIRO--Egypt's capital is crowded, busy, confused, and messy, like so many cities in poorer nations. Security isn't obvious, until you get close to a sensitive site, such as the Interior Ministry. Blocks away the street is closed. There are metal fences, concrete barriers, and barbed wire. Show More Summary

President Obama Touts Partnership With Egypt's Military Regime: Yet Repression Continues Unabated

CAIRO--Egypt's capital is crowded, busy, confused, and messy, like so many cities in poorer nations. Security isn't obvious, until you get close to a sensitive site, such as the Interior Ministry. Blocks away the street is closed. There are metal fences, concrete barriers, and barbed wire. Show More Summary

President Obama Touts Partnership with Egypt's Military Regime: Yet Repression Continues Unabated

CAIRO--Egypt's capital is crowded, busy, confused, and messy, like so many cities in poorer nations. Security isn't obvious, until you get close to a sensitive site, such as the Interior Ministry. Blocks away the street is closed. There are metal fences, concrete barriers, and barbed wire. Show More Summary

The Unraveling of the Arab Spring Narrative

Four years ago, Tunisia and the Egypt erupted in broad popular revolts. At first, analysts, Arab and Westerners alike, were confounded. When Libya, Bahrain, Yemen, and Syria followed, in short order, the upheavals came to be described...Show More Summary

Egyptian Involvement Sparked Libya Oil Port Battle, Expert Says

Islamists suspected Libya's government in Tobruk was receiving reinforcements from Egypt

One Million Mummies? Egypt’s Ministry Of Antiquities Begs To Differ

Recent reports that a team of archaeologists from Utah’s Brigham Young University have begun excavating an ancient cemetery containing one million mummies has Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities begging to differ and threatening to stop the researchers from continuing their work, but not for the reason you might suspect. Show More Summary

Egyptian jihadists thank U.S. State Department for ‘terrorist’ designation

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On Thursday, the U.S. State Department designated Ajnad Misr, a Salafist militant group in Egypt, as a terrorist organization. Not long thereafter, the jihadists responded on the group's official Twitter account, thanking the U.S. for this "blessing."Read full article >>

Egyptian jihadists thank U.S. State Department for ‘terrorist’ designation

yesterdayNews : BlogPost

On Thursday, the U.S. State Department designated Ajnad Misr, a Salafist militant group in Egypt, as a terrorist organization. Not long thereafter, the jihadists responded on the group's official Twitter account, thanking the U.S. for this "blessing." The U.S. Show More Summary

Swiss Film Festival Defends Homophobic Egyptian Reporter Involved in Gay Bathhouse Raid

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Mona Iraqi, an Egyptian reporter for the pro-government Al-Qahira wal Nas channel, is a homophobe. We reported on her the other day for leading Egypt's morality police in a raid on a gay bathhouse earlier this month. It turns out...

EGAS Tenders for as many as 48 LNG Cargoes

Egypt's state-owned gas company EGAS has tendered to buy at least 48 cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for delivery in 2015/16, three traders said. A senior

Researchers say Egyptian burial site contains more than 1 million mummies

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Archaeologists at Brigham Young University said they are confident that a recently-discovered burial site in Egypt has more than 1 million mummies stored inside, Live Science reported. The 300-acre cemetery, named Fag el-Gamous (“Way of the Water Buffalo”) after a nearby road contains...

1 Million Mummies Mystery Unearthed In Egypt

A team of archaeologists from Brigham Young University, located in Provo, Utah, have discovered the remains of a child they believe was laid to rest 1,500 years ago back when the Roman Empire still controlled Egypt. The child’s remains...Show More Summary

EGYPT: Immediate Trial Date Set For 26 Men Arrested In Bathhouse Raid

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Via the Associated Press: Egyptian official says prosecutors have referred 26 men arrested in a raid on a bath house to trial on charges connected to their suspected homosexuality. The prosecution official said Wednesday the trial will begin Sunday, a quick referral in a case that has captured public attention following the men's televised arrest. Show More Summary

?Million-mummy cemetery unearthed in Egypt

2 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Archaeologists are puzzled over where the masses of bodies came from -- and why blonds and redheads were buried separately

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A million mummy march?

Million-Mummy Cemetery Unearthed in Egypt The remains of a child, laid to rest more than 1,500 years ago when the Roman Empire controlled Egypt, was found in an ancient cemetery that contains more than 1 million mummies, according to a team of archaeologists from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. The cemetery is now called Fag el-Gamous, [...]

Special Relationships, Special Effects In ‘Exodus: Gods And Kings” – Peter Chernin At The Contenders

The story of Moses and the Jews' flight from Egypt is re-told in a new way, using new technologies, in Exodus: Gods and Kings, says producer Peter Chernin, talking in the video clip above as part of Deadline's Oscar showcase, The Contenders. The film was directed by Ridley Scott and stars Christian Bale and Joel Edgerton. Show More Summary

Digging Out of Tourism Downfalls: Egypt's Archaeology Takes the Stage

Finally, there is good news from Egypt. During a visit to Washington, D.C. last week, Egyptian Tourism Minister Hisham Zaazou announced that travel to Egypt is up 70 percent this year. Tourists are venturing back to the country despite...Show More Summary

Egypt's Unprofitable National Airline Hires U.S. Firm For Restructuring

By Stephen Kalin CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's national carrier said on Tuesday it had hired Texas-based airline advisory firm Sabre Airline Solutions to prepare a restructuring plan for the state-owned company, which has suffered about a billion dollars in losses since 2010. Show More Summary

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