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The Cairo PostWhat Britain Learns From EgyptHuffington PostTo the corrupt, blood-stained generals of Egypt, British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon offered praise. He hailed Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's "vision of a more prosperous, more democrat [Read story...]

Egypt floods Gaza tunnels

The government in Cairo last year began to destroy hundreds of homes on the Egyptian side of Rafah, which straddles both Sinai and Gaza. The tunnels to Gaza are used to smuggle both goods, such as clothing and other products, as well as weapons. [Read story...]

The village that keeps sending its sons away

As Europe grapples with the migrant crisis, bereaved relatives and a clutch of survivors are still searching for answers to one of Egypt’s worst migrant boat disasters a year on. Up to 500 people were lost and only 11 survived. [Read story...]

Egyptians boycott meat as prices soar

Mohamed Fadl , 44, sat in front of his butcher shop in the northern Giza suburb of Imbaba waiting for a customer to step in to buy meat. He said the demand for meat has declined due to ongoing campaigns calling for a boycott of butchers due to soarin [Read story...]

Former Egypt minister jailed for corruption

A court in Egypt on Monday sentenced former housing minister Ibrahim Suleiman to three years in prison over corruption charges, the official MENA news agency reported. Serving under then president Hosni Mubarak from 1993 to 2005, Suleiman was convict [Read story...]

Meet the Last Jews of Cairo

The last Jews of Cairo sit on wooden pews. Under the domed ceiling of the Shaar Hashamayim synagogue in downtown Cairo, the seven mostly elderly women gather on Sept. [Read story...]