Egyptian border guards have shot and killed at least 15 migrants since May, prompting an outcry from human rights watchers. African immigrants increasingly use a path into Israel that goes through Egypt.
A German museum has a bust of the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti as its centerpiece. But should Germany and other Western nations keep or return Egypt's cultural artifacts?
The American University in Cairo opened a $400-million, 260-acre campus in a desert east of Cairo. Developers hope this 'New Cairo' will one day be home to 2 million.
Reacting to swine flu by slaughtering pigs, Cairo upends a key part of its service economy – Christian trash collectors.
The two met at the White House Tuesday. Obama sees Egypt as potentially a helpful player in moving the Middle East peace process forward.
The Egyptian president hopes Obama will back away from Bush's push for reform, which caused a rift between the two nations.
As one of the few parties to speak to both Israel and Hamas, Cairo sees itself as a natural mediator. But now Turkey has called into question its effectiveness.
Many Israelis see the president's decision to bypass Jerusalem as part of a broader shift in US priorities in the region.
In his first Western interview since being burned Friday, Ayman Nour says the bizarre attack was politically motivated. But it doesn't fit the usual pattern.
International health officials say there is no reason to slaughter pigs because H1N1 cannot be passed from pigs to humans.
Egyptian police have arrested 25 suspects and are hunting for another 24 in the Sinai peninsula, where officials say the Iranian-sponsored group Hezbollah was operating a covert cell.
The US envoy arrives at a time when Israelis and Palestinians seem most absorbed with fixing their own houses before dealing with their neighbors.
Israeli forces struck two United Nations schools in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, killing at least 34 people, as international call for an immediate cease-fire grew.
Nora Younis has risen to fame in Egypt by pressing for change on her political blog.
Egypt hosted Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Sudan, Yemen, and the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia on Thursday in a bid to protect valuable maritime trade routes from pirates.
In a report released Wednesday, the group says 33 refugees, migrants, and asylum-seekers have been killed since 2007 while trying to cross into Israel.
Their 10-day ordeal highlights risks to adventure travelers and their guides in remote Egypt due instability in neighboring countries.
Parliament is expected to consider a measure in its next session that would criminalize harassment, which 83 percent of women say they face.
After a hot day in one of the world’s most crowded cities, many young Cairenes come to escape the heat as well as their parents’ disapproving gaze.
Many Egyptians complain the government is not doing enough to save slum-dwellers buried in a Saturday morning rock slide that killed at least 31 people.
Networks of tunnels underneath the Egypt-Gaza border are used to ferry everything from food to weapons into the impoverished Gaza Strip.