03 Apr 2013
Privately owned newspaper Al-Shorouk leads this morning with, “Angry cylinders explode in the government’s face.” In a swift act of anger, Butane gas distributors expressed their disapproval of the price hikes implemented...
02 Apr 2013
Nearly every daily paper publishes headlines, features, and articles pertaining to the exorbitant rise in the prices of cooking gas canisters.
Though the country has been trapped in various political and economic crises since the ouster of...
01 Apr 2013
Monday’s papers are replete with news pertaining to the legal investigations against TV comedian Bassem Youssef, who is charged with insulting President Mohamed Morsy and Islam. Also topping the news is a nationwide railroad workers...
31 Mar 2013
The future of a court ruling to annul the appointment of the country's top prosecutor Talaat Abdallah is the main talk of Egypt's newspapers on Sunday, as Abdallah promises to appeal the contentious ruling.
The state owned Al-Ahram...
28 Mar 2013
Thursday’s papers point to a new episode in the long-standing power struggle between the presidency and the judiciary, which had been dormant for the past few months.
Independent Al-Shorouk newspaper reports that an appeals court has...
27 Mar 2013
President Mohamed Morsy's speech in front of the Arab Summit in Doha and the aftermath of clashes between protesters and Brotherhood members dominate the headlines of Egypt's newspapers Wednesday.
State-owned Al-Ahram newspaper...
26 Mar 2013
“The prosecutor general summons five political activists,” leads state-run Al-Ahram this morning. The paper reports that the activists are also banned from travelling pending investigations into charges that they were...
25 Mar 2013
The fallout from Friday’s “Battle of Moqattam” between opponents and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood tops the news in all papers on Monday.
All of today’s papers highlight the accusations and legal charges...
24 Mar 2013
Bloody clashes that took place in Moqattam on Friday dominated Sunday’s newspapers, with both independent and state-owned newspapers offering detailed coverage of the violence and its aftermath, as well as the blame game...
21 Mar 2013
Some of the country's newspapers celebrated a non-binding report Thursday issued by the State Commissioners Authority the day before, which deems the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood group as an unlawful entitity since it is not officially...