Shell latest company to sell its assets in Egypt

Shell’s Egypt Board Chairman Khaled Kassem has announced that his company Shell is still open to receiving offers from potential buyers of the company’s onshore upstream assets...

Cairo hints it’s not satisfied with US Renaissance Dam agreement

The Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry, has acknowledged that the agreement reached under American auspices on the Renaissance Dam, which Ethiopia is building on the Nile, is...

Exclusive: Egypt’s coronavirus quarantine ‘chaotic,’ says doctor

On January 30 Mahmoud Khedr, a doctor at one of north Cairo’s hospitals, was surprised when a panel from the Ministry of Health asked him to travel...

Why did armed groups target the Egypt-Israel gas pipeline?

The echoes of the bombing of the gas pipeline linking Egypt and Israel by masked militants did not stop at the Bir al-Abd area in North Sinai...

A crowded schedule for debt installments in 2020

General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s regime stands in a difficult position during the current year 2020, amid commitments to pay foreign debts, debt installments, and high interest rates....

Egypt: Violations against journalists intensify

Egypt ranks 163 out of 180 countries in the Reporters without Borders (RSF) World Press Freedom Index, due to media restrictions that limit the independence of the...

Egypt retracts inclusion of media as terror entity after foreign pressure

The Egyptian parliament has retracted the inclusion of satellite channels in the Terrorist Entities Law, which was approved in principle and referred to the State Council for...

New victims die in Egypt’s prisons from medical negligence

Two detainees have died in Egyptian prisons and detention centres in 24 hours as a result of medical negligence, raising the death toll in prisons in Egypt...

Yasser Al-Baz: The Canadian detainee chasing al-Sisi in Africa

General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi did not expect that Canadian detainee Yasser al-Baz would chase him in Ethiopia while he was attending the African Union summit. Canadian Prime...

Cairo Airport: A trap for Egypt’s regime opponents

While airports are supposed to be safe places through which people travel to new countries, opponents of the Egyptian regime view Cairo Airport as a trap for...