04 Jul 2013
Egypt’s people and its army launched a new chapter in the country's history after successfully withstanding a dire political impasse that some say brought the country to the brink of civil war.
The issue of presidential...
03 Jul 2013
Though President Mohamed Morsy’s televised address on Wednesday strongly indicated that he still intends to cling to power, as he refused to offer serious concessions to calm public ire, Thursday’s papers stress that the...
02 Jul 2013
“The last warning,” reads a red, bold headline at the top of flagship state-owned daily Al-Ahram’s front-page.
The same headline appears in other dailies along with pictures of masses breaking into loud cheers upon...
30 May 2013
News about Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam and Cairo’s fears over its water supply continued to dominate Thursday’s headlines in Egypt. Meanwhile, the controversy surrounding the judicial authority law returned to the...
29 May 2013
The news that Ethiopia is diverting the course of the Blue Nile in order to build a giant dam dominates Wednesday’s headlines in Egypt.
The Ethiopian government held a ceremony on Tuesday to mark the decision to alter the path...
28 May 2013
Independent daily Youm7 publishes exclusive news on President Mohamed Morsy.
The paper reports that state-owned Egyptian television has been “secretly” producing a documentary film entitled “A Year of Achievements...
27 May 2013
Monday’s newspapers reveal that the political situation in Egypt is reaching a boiling point amid escalating tensions between the liberal-secular opposition, and President Mohamed Morsy and his Islamist allies.
26 May 2013
Sunday’s independent newspapers criticize the Shura Council’s decision to deliberate on a controversial proposal to amend the judicial authority law.
“Shura (Council) chooses escalation with judges,” reads the top...
25 May 2013
Saturday’s newspapers cover the continuous power cuts with big headlines.
While independent dailies discuss the negative ramifications of the mounting crisis, state-owned papers opt for more optimistic language, expressing hope that...
23 May 2013
All daily papers publish headlines, features, and articles pertaining to the release of the seven Egyptian soldiers who were seized by unknown assailants in North Sinai last Thursday.
The lack of details regarding the success of the...