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Egypt Escalates Pressure on Last Major Independent News Site

Security forces raided the publication’s office, detaining three editors, the day after arresting another editor.

Egypt Escalates Pressure on Last Major Independent News Site

Security forces raided the publication’s office, detaining three editors, the day after arresting another editor.
Egypt Arrests Senior Editor of Independent News Outlet

Egypt Arrests Senior Editor of Independent News Outlet

The arrest was the latest step in a crackdown on press freedom over the past six years.
Egypt Arrests Senior Editor of Independent News Outlet

Egypt Arrests Senior Editor of Independent News Outlet

The arrest was the latest step in a crackdown on press freedom over the past six years.
The Man Trying to Stir a Long-Distance Revolt in Egypt

The Man Trying to Stir a Long-Distance Revolt in Egypt

Since he started posting videos denouncing corruption in Egypt, Mohamed Ali has set off protests against President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi — and intense speculation about himself.
Egypt’s Harsh Crackdown Quashes Protest Movement

Egypt’s Harsh Crackdown Quashes Protest Movement

One of the largest waves of arrests in decades has overcrowded Egyptian jails and put President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi back in control. For now.
Egypt’s Harsh Crackdown Quashes Protest Movement

Egypt’s Harsh Crackdown Quashes Protest Movement

One of the largest waves of arrests in decades has overcrowded Egyptian jails and put President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi back in control. For now.
Egypt Is Using Apps to Track and Target Its Citizens, Report Says

Egypt Is Using Apps to Track and Target Its Citizens, Report Says

A cybersecurity firm says evidence suggests the Egyptian government carried out cyberattacks on journalists, academics, lawyers and rights activists.
Egypt Is Using Apps to Track and Target Its Citizens, Report Says

Egypt Is Using Apps to Track and Target Its Citizens, Report Says

A cybersecurity firm says evidence suggests the Egyptian government carried out cyberattacks on journalists, academics, lawyers and rights activists.
Cyberattacks on Egyptian Activists Are Traced to Government

Cyberattacks on Egyptian Activists Are Traced to Government

A cybersecurity firm says evidence suggests the Egyptian government carried out cyberattacks on journalists, academics, lawyers and rights activists.
Banana Republicans

Banana Republicans

The prospect of impeachment has certainly “let Trump be Trump.”
Rethinking Trump’s Favorite Dictator

Rethinking Trump’s Favorite Dictator

Egypt’s strongman repeats Hosni Mubarak’s errors, to everyone’s peril.
Why Wall Street Loves Strongmen

Why Wall Street Loves Strongmen

Markets are amoral and won’t complain about autocratic behavior if it produces economic growth.
In Egypt, Scattered Protests Break Out for Second Week

In Egypt, Scattered Protests Break Out for Second Week

Given the risks of dissent in Egypt, where President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has jailed thousands, the protests represent a stunning challenge to his authority.
In Egypt, Scattered Protests Break Out for Second Week

In Egypt, Scattered Protests Break Out for Second Week

The protests against President el-Sisi’s authoritarian rule were smaller than last week’s, but given the risks of dissent in Egypt, they still represented a stunning challenge to his authority.
Security Tightens Over Protests in Egypt

Security Tightens Over Protests in Egypt

Several small anti-government protests broke out in Egypt, despite a pre-emptive crackdown in which nearly 2,000 Egyptians were arrested.
Egypt on Edge as Security Tightens Over Protests

Egypt on Edge as Security Tightens Over Protests

Several small anti-government protests broke out in Egypt, despite a pre-emptive crackdown in which nearly 2,000 Egyptians were arrested.
What’s Happened So Far at the U.N. General Assembly

What’s Happened So Far at the U.N. General Assembly

Presidents and prime ministers converged at the world’s most prominent diplomatic stage, amid crises ranging from climate change to possible armed conflict between Iran and the United States.
The Story Behind the Times Correspondent Who Faced Arrest in Cairo

The Story Behind the Times Correspondent Who Faced Arrest in Cairo

Times journalists have long relied on the U.S. government to intervene when danger arises abroad. That may no longer be the case.
United Nations: 4 Bombastic Presidents Begin Day of General Assembly Speeches

United Nations: 4 Bombastic Presidents Begin Day of General Assembly Speeches

Presidents and prime ministers have converged at the world’s most prominent diplomatic stage, amid crises ranging from climate change to possible armed conflict between Iran and the United States.