Is it safe to travel to Egypt?

''Some parts of Egypt have travel advisories in place, while some acts such as drinking in public could land you in hot water. Here's what you need...

Inflation, IMF austerity and grandiose military plans edge more Egyptians into poverty

Increasing numbers of Egyptians are desperately hunting for second jobs, cutting back on eating meat and scrambling to find new ways to cope with soaring prices, amid...

Egypt’s economic impasse: Sisi still launches unfeasible projects for propaganda

Last Friday, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi toured the capital, Cairo, which revealed the process of establishing a new project within the projects of his national government, which are...

Assaults on football fans: New Instance of the Egyptian police state

On April 23, activists and several fans of the Egyptian club Al-Ahly published clips of two police officers arresting public members and dragging them among the spectators...

HRW: The Egyptian government exposed the digital data of child students

Human Rights Watch has accused the Egyptian government and a private British company of sharing the personal information of tens of thousands of...

Growing repression in Egypt reflects the exacerbation of political and economic crises

The Egyptian security authorities released Mrs Neama Hisham, the wife of the detained human rights lawyer, Mohamed El-Baqer, after detaining her illegally for...

Blocking news websites in Egypt: The government imposes blackout on failures

Last Sunday evening, the Egyptian authorities blocked the websites of Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper and the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) for several hours after they published reports and...

Egypt’s economic crisis: Sisi between creditors’ pressure and the danger of the Army’s wrath

This April, the Africa Intelligence website, which is close to French intelligence, published a report revealing the Egyptian army’s empire in the tourism sector, where the armed...

Egypt in critical status: Between Emirati pressure and the alliance with Sudanese military

After months of tensions, armed conflict erupted between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces, an official militia formed in 2013. Disputes started last December...

Militarizing the state is another face of the corruption coin

The Central Auditing Organization, one of the essential oversight bodies in Egypt, revealed legal and financial irregularities in the Prime Minister's decision to appoint Major General Engineer...