? daliaziada (@daliaziada) August 15, 2013
Egyptian women rights advocate Dalia Aziada posted this tweet after several Coptic churches were burnt across Egypt following a brutal military operation on August 14 2013, to clear Muslim Brotherhood supporters from sit-in camps in the capital Cairo, where they have been demanding ousted president Morsi’s reinstatement for weeks.
Thirty-six prisoners were killed in Egypt on Aug. 18 during an attempted prison break, the official MENA news agency reported.
Egypt is preparing to recognize one of Turkey?s darkest pages of history, its interim president has said, as the ties between both countries became further strained
The Foreign Ministry has warned Turkish citizens in Egypt to stay away from the demonstrations and not to travel within the country by road, underlining that a state of emergency had been declared by the authorities
Over the past several days Russian newspapers [ru] have [ru] reported [ru], with growing worry, about the 50,000 Russian tourists who run the danger of being stranded in Egypt, if the violence there does not abate. Egypt, along with Turkey, is a popular budget travel destination for Russians, who especially favor the all-inclusive resort towns of Harghuda and Sharm-el-Sheikh on the Red Sea. In fact, it is so popular that even the growing instability, riots, and several hundred fatalities have not deterred many Russians from taking their long awaited vacations.
Egypt is likely to freeze talks on a proposed joint index covering the Egypt and Istanbul stock markets
Some Turkish textile companies have suspended their operations and future investment plans in Egypt amid the escalating violence that concerns many foreign firms in the country
A football brawl last year in which more than 70 militant fans died galvanized significant numbers of Egyptians against the military and security forces
Egypt’s month-long state of emergency is meant to address security concerns, but it hurts people in other ways.
It may be difficult to understand the Turkish government?s anger against the coup in Egypt
CAIRO — As the confrontation between Egypt’s government and supporters of deposed President Mohammed Morsy heats up, Cairo’s new rulers have a new target for criticism — the foreign press corps.
The daughter of Dubai?s Sheikh, Mahra Mohammed al-Maktoum, has protested her emirate?s stance vis-à-vis Egypt?s coup
Whenever democratic space has opened up, people have been eager to choose those who not only provide a better solution for their economic and social problems, but who can also offer them a recognition of the authenticity of their cultures.
US lawmakers called for cutting off military aid to Egypt after its security forces killed hundreds of supporters
Senior Turkish government officials have taken aim at the head of the Organization of the Islamic Conference
A meeting on the crisis in Egypt scheduled to take place today between President Gül and PM Erdoğan was postponed