Now Egyptian authorities are trying to change all that. Officials announced Tuesday that Muslim clerics will be required to read out identical sermons pre-written by various government agencies, an initiative
The Seashell is a resort with grand ambitions. Its villas, apartments, pools and bars have room for several hundred guests, and its domed roofs and arched balconies look across the Red Sea to Saudi Arabia.
The EgyptAir plane that mysteriously disappeared in the Mediterranean on May 19 with 66 people on board made three emergency landings in the 24 hours before the crash, the French broadcaster France 3 The
Engineering chief says ‘deployable’ flight recorders that launch from an airliner and float rather than sinking with wreckage would speed up search and recovery The crash of an EgyptAir jet has strengthened
The British hostage photographed with the alleged Egyptian plane hijacker wearing a fake suicide vest said he posed for the snap to laugh in the face of terrorism. Ben Innes, 26, from Leeds, was widely
Austerity-preaching president Abdel-Fatah al-Sisi carpeted by Arab media for requiring 2.5-mile-long rug to open social housing Egyptian president Abdel-Fatah al-Sisi is facing criticism after a giant
Close security ties usually kept quiet to spare Arab regime criticism from its people An Israeli minister has broken one of the Middle East's key unwritten rules by publicly praising his country's close