- Hijacker says he saw killed Italian student in Egypt prison Updated: Jun-23-16 11:34 am
NICOSIA, Cyprus - An Egyptian hijacker who's fighting his extradition accused Egypt's military-backed government of torturing and killing an Italian doctoral student, claiming he saw Giulio Regeni being interrogated in a Cairo prison.
- AP Analysis: Mideast showed Hillary Clinton US power's limit Updated: Jun-17-16 3:23 pm
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - In the wake of the Orlando killings this week, Hillary Clinton had harsh words for America's Gulf allies, criticizing them for funding institutions that radicalize young Muslims.
- Price hikes in Egypt bite hard during holy month of Ramadan Updated: Jun-15-16 8:01 am
CAIRO - Shop owner Hassan Mahmoud laid out his heaps of dried fruits and nuts at a multicolored Ramadan tent in the Egyptian capital to catch shoppers' eyes for the holiday, like he does every year. Only this time, he said, "people aren't buying."
- Hard times in Egypt stoke labor unrest, showdown ahead Updated: Jun-11-16 12:14 pm
MAHALLA EL-KOBRA, Egypt - Labor activist Kamal al-Fayoumi has lost none of his swagger since being fired from the sprawling Egyptian textile plant where he worked for three decades and was known as an agitator.
- From a young activist, a show of anger at Egypt's courts Updated: Jun-01-16 2:24 am
CAIRO - Egyptian activist Sanaa Seif decided she had had enough of Egypt's justice system.