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Egyptian army chief Sisi says he will run for presidency - report
Egypt’s de facto ruler, Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, has said he will run for president, according to Kuwait’s Al-Seyassah newspaper.

05.02.2014 23:23

Older than oldest of 7 Wonders: 4,600 yo step pyramid uncovered in Egypt
A step pyramid, a few decades older than the Great Pyramid of Giza (the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World), has been uncovered by archaeologists in southern Egypt.

04.02.2014 05:37

Three years after revolution there is little to celebrate in Egypt
Both the Egyptian interim government and the Muslim Brotherhood have themselves to blame for the poor security situation in the country, Egyptian journalist Mohammad Sabry told RT.

26.01.2014 03:45

Clashes, tear gas, blasts: Egypt meets third anniversary of revolution
Three years after Hosni Mubarak’s ouster, Egyptians are meeting the revolution anniversary split between the Muslim Brotherhood and the army. Relentless protests and terror acts plague the country, with at least 49 dead in clashes on Saturday.

25.01.2014 09:53

‘If Egyptian govt carries on as usual we’ll see more efforts to disrupt that’
Islamists aren’t going to go away, and it’s impossible for the Egyptian government just to pretend that the Islamists did not win 5 elections and were kicked out of power, journalist Hugh Miles told RT.

24.01.2014 13:53

Fourth blast rock Cairo, death toll rises to six
Four blasts hit Cairo on Friday, targeting the police HQ, a metro station, a police station and a cinema. The apparent string of militant attacks claimed at least six lives and injured scores more.

24.01.2014 05:16

Phantom of Egypt’s democracy: What the new Constitution is all about?
Some of the protesters’ demands concerning the rule of Sharia law and army’s non-accountability to any one remain unchanged in the new Constitution, which casts doubts on the possibility of a democratic transition for Egypt.

22.01.2014 11:53

Egypt’s post-Morsi constitution gets almost total voters’ approval
Exactly 98.1% of Egyptians said yes to the new constitution in this week’s referendum. The outlawed Muslim brotherhood says it does not recognize the vote, which saw some 20 million, or over 38% of registered voters, participate.

18.01.2014 19:37

​‘Egypt’s draft constitution represents interests of Mubarak’s defunct regime’
Eleven people have died and 28 have been injured in violent clashes in Egypt on the first day of voting on a new constitution. The vote is likely to spawn a presidential bid by General Abdel Fattah Sisi, expert on Islamic movements, Azzam Tamimi, told RT.

14.01.2014 19:26

Egyptian military seeks to undermine Hamas, plans cooperation with Fatah – report
After cracking down on the Muslim Brotherhood and deposing Islamist President Mohamed Morsi, the Egyptian military is looking to undermine Hamas in Gaza as it “threaten its national security,” Reuters reports.

14.01.2014 14:29

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood submits claim to ICC over army crackdown
Muslim Brotherhood lawyers stated they have submitted a formal complaint to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate the military’s alleged crimes against humanity in Egypt.

07.01.2014 03:39

‘Egypt needs its Mandela – but not one in sight’
Only a man like the late South African leader Nelson Mandela could bring about reconciliation of the Muslim Brotherhood and the government of Egypt and could prevent the country from sliding into a lengthy conflict, says journalist and author Hugh Miles.

04.01.2014 19:48