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Egypt's Sisi acknowledges close coordination with Israel in Sinai
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi offered a rare acknowledgement of his close security cooperation with Israel in the Sinai Peninsula during a US television interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes” news program broadcast on Sunday.
Has Egypt's second sphinx been found?
Egypt's long-rumored second sphinx may have been unearthed by construction workers building a new road.
Egypt's military kills 52 militants in Sinai
The Egyptian military has killed at least 52 militants in recent days across the Sinai Peninsula in line with a push for the elimination of the Daesh Takfiri terrorists there.
Egypt's tourism sector eying Chinese market
Warm sunshine, peaceful beaches and colorful reefs are always essentials for a heaven-like vacation, and also the reason why Sharm el-Sheikh is famous around the world. However, as Egypt's most famous tourism city, Sharm el-Sheikh is still suffering from sluggish income growth in the tourism sector, with hope in the coming season and a new market — China.
Egypt's Al-Azhar slams Daesh sex slavery rules
Egypt’s highest Islamic authority, al-Azhar, has strongly denounced the Takfiri Daesh terrorists’ newly-released rules for sex slavery, stressing that they have nothing to do with Islam.
Egypt's Morsi gets death sentence
Egypt's first democratically-elected president, Mohammad Morsi, has been sentenced to death.
Egypt's Sisi visits Saudi Arabia for 3rd time this year
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi has visited the Persian Gulf Kingdom of Saudi Arabia shortly after a high-level shake up of the country’s royal family, including its long-time foreign minister.
Egypt's Sisi calls for UN resolution on Libya intervention
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has called on the UN to adopt a resolution mandating international military intervention in Libya.

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