Propaganda magazine seeks to gain new supporters by justifying atrocities
Parliamentary committees examining proposal for stricter controls on social media use in name of counter-terrorism efforts
Saad Mohammed has big hopes for his three-year-long labour of love
Egyptian police and soldiers are now attacked daily and civilians are disappearing, either for fear of Isis or because they are seized by the army’s ‘collaborators’
Catholic leader denounces violence 'carried out in the name of religion or in the name of God'
Following a period of political turmoil and terrorism that slashed visitor numbers, Egypt’s tourism industry may finally be on the road to recovery
Now the ‘flexible’ and ‘pragmatic’ US President is sending a naval battle group to threaten North Korea
Eight mummies, along with sarcophagi, figurines and other artefacts, were uncovered in the vault
Decision comes day after jihadhist group claims responsibility for twin bomb blasts at Coptic Christian churches in Tanta and Alexandria
By declaring emergency laws, the President is proving to the world that private investment in his country cannot increase. Who wants to invest in a nation whose capital is 'invested' by Isis?
Twin attacks on Palm Sunday services in Alexandria and Tanta come Isis threats to step up attacks on the country's Christian minority
Group recently warned it would step up attacks against Egypt's Christians
Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was not invited to the White House by former President Obama
There are 60,000 political prisoners in Egypt and up to 10 men have been forcibly disappeared by security forces. When will the West confront this nation’s human rights abuses?
UK's ban on flights to Sharm el Sheikh continues but US embassy in Cairo insists staff fly
Tomb also contains funeral goods such as pottery and wooden models representing scenes of daily life