Washington plans to engage in dialogue with Cairo on human rights

Washington says it plans to engage in a "constructive" human rights dialogue with Egypt as rights groups and activists continue to draw attention to Egypt's human rights...

Poverty in Egypt: Numbers speak

The controversy surrounding the movie "Feathers", which was attacked by mouthpieces belonging to the regime of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, claiming that it harmed Egypt's reputation, due...

Adaptation instead of confrontation: How has the Egyptian regime’s coronavirus plan changed?

The Egyptian government used completely new words in relation to dealing with the coronavirus when it presented a new plan it said was the "general plan for...

The war of sovereign bodies: State Security wins and General Intelligence in the Senate

On Sunday, the National Elections Authority announced the final list of candidates for the second chamber of the Egyptian House of Representative’s elections. The elections returned once again this...

Weapon deals: The password for al-Sisi`s relations with Europe

Weapon deals are one of the strongest reasons for the close relationship between Egyptian General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s regime and European governments, especially France, Germany, Britain, and...

Health insurance funds into the stock exchange: Fears of new embezzlement

The Egyptian Minister of Finance and head of the General Authority of Comprehensive Health Insurance, Mohamed Mait, said the authority intends to invest its stocks and assets...

Egypt is expected to lead emerging markets in sovereign debt during 2022

Standard & Poor's Global Ratings expected that Egypt would become the largest issuer of sovereign debt among emerging markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with...

Al-Azhar`s international role expands as Egypt’s Foreign Ministry retreats

Al-Azhar Al-Sharif renewed its call to the Indian authorities to reconsider the amendments made to the nationality law, while the Egyptian Foreign Ministry has not issued any...

Egypt protesters abroad: ‘We are their lungs through which they breathe’

"As we stand here now, there are hundreds of our friends in Egypt being beaten and arrested inside Egypt." Just steps away from the White House, dozens...