The spectacle of the Cairo headquarters of Egypt’s former ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) on fire is one of the most memorable in the ...
Egyptian newspaper Sawt al-Omma has published an interview with former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak after he was acquitted of the 2011 protestors ...
After the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia in 1917, Tsar Nicholas II was arrested and accused of several charges. In the following year, he was executed ...
Cairo -- The sons of ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Gamal and Alaa, have been under the media glare recently, with some describing their ...
Few are left to commemorate the popular uprising and fewer still see it as a defining moment of Egyptian modern history
If the economy does not recover soon, Sisi could follow his predecessors
For years, Egypt's thuggery culture existed to fill a power vacuum in areas where weak political and administrative institutions failed
Egyptian elites appear to be enjoying driving their luxury cars on the country’s congested roads
Defendants were not only senior officials from the ministry and top aides of Mubarak-era Interior Minister Habib al-Adly
Amr Ali from the April 6 movement is accused of inciting a general strike and possessing leaflets
Five years after the eruption of the Jan. 25 uprising that was expected to change Egypt forever
Authorities are determined that the occasion will not be marked by popular demonstrations, or militant attacks
President Sisi spoke at a ceremony marking Police Day, which falls on Jan. 25, the day the uprising began five years ago.
Many are wondering about the magnitude of anticipated unrest
Why has our president not appointed ministers capable of riding the same rocket as he? The sad truth is that he is on board a fantasy rocket
After weeks of digging, workers put up a 20-metre pole carrying the national flag in the space
Egypt was literally split down a jagged-edged middle between anti-military and anti-Muslim Brotherhood sentiments
Human Rights Watch also have repeatedly accused the security forces of unleashing ‘excessive force’
In 2015, Egyptians and many in this region will look with favor at a powerful state, regardless of its faults
The Brotherhood was a staunch opponent of former President Hosni Mubarak, who was ousted in 2011
As Egypt marks its fourth anniversary of the January 25 revolution, many within Egypt’s Christian minority are assessing the change
The government is warning against exploiting celebrations to cause problems and destabilize the country
Mubarak was acquitted of conspiring to kill protestors during the 2011 uprising
Mubarak says he ‘did nothing wrong’ after a court dismissed a murder charge against him over a deadly crackdown on protesters in 2011
Knowledge, indeed, is power. But while it can warn, there are also some things it cannot protect against
In the words of a European diplomat: “This whole thing is boring. No one is going to be able to make Sisi vs Sabahhi sexy.” She’s right.
We have already failed the people of Syria so much over the past three years
Why did the Muslim Brotherhood rush to participate in the Egyptian protests after Jan. 25?
Prime Minister Beblawi says Qatar’s practices are going ‘out of ordinary’
The Egyptian revolutionary camp is not above critique, and never should be
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