42 min ago | The Baltimore Sun
The United Arab Emirates said on Wednesday it would put on trial 30 Emiratis and Egyptians accused of setting up an illegal branch of Egypt 's Muslim Brotherhood, part of a crackdown on the Islamist organization that has soured relations with Cairo .
4 hrs ago | BBC News
The death of a 13-year-old girl during a genital mutilation procedure has brought the issue back into the spotlight in Egypt.
8 hrs ago | Ynetnews
The connection between Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood which rules Egypt managed to anger a substantial number of people, a group made up of those opposing President Mohammed Morsi.
12 hrs ago | USA Today
Egyptian president Mohammad Morsi appointed a member of a United States-designated terrorist group as governor of a major touristic city this week, propelling more unrest in the deeply troubled and divided country.
13 hrs ago | International Business Times
Al-Khayat is a founding member of Gamaa Islamiya, the terrorist group responsible for some 1,200 deaths during a campaign of violence it, along with another militant organization, Islamic Jihad, perpetuated during the 1990s, when Hosni Mubarak ruled Egypt.
Protestors clash outside Egypt's Culture Ministry in the Zamalek neighborhood of Cairo.
Over on the front page, Sharona reports on the appointment of Egyptian Adel al-Khayyat as governor of Luxor, chosen by President Mohammed Morsi on Sunday.
Opponents of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi are convinced that this is the best and perhaps the last opportunity to drive him from power.
An Egyptian man who murdered a girl last year for spitting at him after he sexually harassed her was sentenced to life in prison on Sunday.
Ethiopia and Egypt cooled talk of war on Tuesday and agreed to more dialogue to resolve a row over a giant dam that the Horn of Africa nation is building on the Nile, on which Egyptians depend on for almost all their water.
Salima Ikram, an expert in tombs and mummification who heads the Egyptology unit at American University in Cairo, gasps in horror in her home while examining Tribune-Review photographs of the site.
Senior opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei is greeted by anti-Mursi protesters made up of intellectuals and artists inside Egypt's Ministry of Culture during their sit-in protest against Egypt's new Minister of Culture Alaa Abdel Aziz in Cairo June 16, 2013.
Luxor's ancient temples and statues bring in foreign tourists, who are vital to the local economy.
Egyptian tourism workers and residents of the ancient city of Luxor are voicing anger after an Islamist linked to a former Islamic militant group that carried out the city's deadliest terrorist attack, killing nearly 60 tourists in the 1990s, was appointed governor of their province.
As part of its ongoing activities under the South-South Cooperation Trust Fund , the Energy, Environment and Climate Change Department of the African Development Bank hosted a high-level workshop in Cairo, Egypt, on June 11, 2013 to showcase the results and recommendations of an analytical study, "Clean Technology Transfer Mechanisms in Egypt Based ... (more)
Hilton Worldwide hotels in Egypt enjoyed a night of celebration at the MENA Travel Awards 2013 after five hotels picked up leading honours at the prestigious gala event, attended by leading industry dignitaries including guest of honour: Mr. Hisham Zaazou, Egyptian Minister of Tourism.