22 May 2013
Sinai kidnapping crisis continues to generate headlines in both Wednesday’s state-owned and independent dailies.
Papers highlight that the Egyptian army "is within reach of victory against the unknown assailants" who...
17 Apr 2013
Egyptian papers are joining the flurry of international press reports, commentary and speculation on the unknown culprits of the marathon bombing that shocked Boston and the world Monday.
Twin blasts that went off just 12 seconds...
16 Apr 2013
Privately owned Al-Shorouk writes, “Mubarak imprisoned until further notice.” Cairo Criminal Court yesterday ordered the release of former President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak over charges of regarding the killing of protesters...
15 Apr 2013
Today’s papers are full of news pertaining to the retrial of ousted President Hosni Mubarak and his continued hospitalization, along with questions of where the toppled leader will be held whilst serving his prison sentence.
14 Apr 2013
It was a déjà vu in Sunday’s newspapers as Hosni Mubarak’s picture was splashed across all the front pages, overshadowing current President Mohamed Morsy.
Both state-owned and independent newspapers gave priority to Mubarak...
11 Apr 2013
Grabbing hold of a little good news, most papers Thursday highlight a $3 billion injection of economic aid from Qatar announced during an Egyptian delegation's visit to Doha Wednesday.
Independent newspaper Al-Shorouk reports that Doha...
10 Apr 2013
For the third consecutive day, headlines on the Sunday attack on St. Mark's Cathedral occupy the front pages of most newspapers as investigations into the violence get underway.
The clashes, which left two people dead, broke out during...
09 Apr 2013
The unprecedented attack on Cairo’s main cathedral following the deaths of five people in bloody clashes between Muslims and Christians on Saturday dominates the front pages of today’s newspapers.
Privately owned daily Youm7...
08 Apr 2013
Topping today’s news are the clashes which took place outside the Coptic Cathedral in Cairo’s neighborhood of Abbaseya. These clashes are reported to have erupted following a funeral procession from the cathedral of...
04 Apr 2013
Al-Ahram newspaper declares that both Prosecutor General Talaat Abdallah and Prime minister Hesham Qandil will remain in office. Both have seen numerous crises during their time in office and have been plagued by calls for their...