Most of the 250-plus items on display were discovered by French underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio and his team while exploring Aboukir Bay near the city of Alexandria.
Press freedom in Egypt takes another serious beating.
The same judge who sentenced 529 Egyptians to death in Minya last month sentenced another 683 defendants to death Monday. The verdicts portray a judicial system run amok.
The Egyptian government is modernizing its sexual harassment law. These men say that’s not enough.
The sentencing of 529 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death for killing a police officer has drawn international criticism and rocked the town of Mattay. What happened on that night?
“I revolted against Mubarak because people told us he was corrupt. …” said Fatma Ahmed. “But Mubarak was mercy.”
To understand recent detainments, you need to know the backstory.
The names of the defendants have not been released, leaving other journalists in Cairo guessing.
Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, which claimed responsibility for a deadly attack in Cairo last week, says it considers the military ‘non-Muslim.’ It stepped up attacks after former President Morsi was ousted.
Five policemen were killed in attacks on Cairo’s police headquarters and two other locales Friday. The bombings come amid deep polarization as the military-led transition moves forward.
The film is Egypt’s first-ever Oscar nomination. But good luck trying to see it if you’re actually in the country.
The deterioration in Gaza since Egypt cracked down on smuggling tunnels has left Hamas weakened – and looking to mend fences with Palestinian rival Fatah.
In July 2013, the Egyptian military destroyed most of the underground passages that brought fuel and raw materials to Gaza. Now, industrial and construction workers are unemployed, and fishermen can’t fish.
A resounding approval of Egypt’s new constitution will be seen as an endorsement of a military government that has waged a systematic crackdown on dissent.
Abdalla Kamal, who stood up to Hosni Mubark and to the military, and took a bullet for the revolution, says he’s done with political activism.
A puppet in a commercial has been accused of espionage. Amid a crackdown on dissent, many Egyptians are too scared of being branded spies or terrorists to poke fun.
Relatives of top Muslim Brotherhood aides tell of six months of worry and confusion since the men disappeared into the Republican Guard headquarters.
Police brutality in Egypt soars to heights not seen since Mubarak.
A court in Alexandria has ruled in favor of 21 women and girls convicted of joining an anti-coup protest. But other followers of former President Morsi are unlikely to get lenient treatment.
Universities are one of the last remaining protest sites for opponents of Egypt’s July 3 military-led takeover.