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Egypt’s Credibility Problem

Egypt’s Credibility Problem

The Egyptian military has been going on a PR campaign of sorts to insure they have the upper hand in the aggressive world of mass media. Eliminating the free press…

Egypt: Factory fire kills 15 in Cairo

July 28, 2015 | Some 15 workers were killed in Cairo this morning as a result of a fire that devastated the furniture factory in the north of the capital…

IS Looking to Widen North Africa Operations, says MEA Risk

IS Looking to Widen North Africa Operations, says MEA Risk

There are a lot of chatters and pronouncements in various places about the Islamic State organization (Daesh) seeking to expand its presence and intensify its operations in North Africa, according…

Egypt: Militants Focus on Infrastructure Sabotage, Says MEA Risk

Egypt: Militants Focus on Infrastructure Sabotage, Says MEA Risk

Efforts by the Egyptian government to stimulate the economy are now being increasingly undermined by anti-government militants. Islamist insurgents, whether affiliated to Ansar Bayt Al Maqdis and the Islamic State…

Egypt: MEA Risk issues high-risk warning for March 11th to 16th

Egypt: MEA Risk issues high-risk warning for March 11th to 16th

The Egyptian government, headed by the military is hoping to attract billions of foreign investor dollars to stimulate the country’s economy. After seeing the support of the Arab monarchies of…

The Egyptian Government Signals Some Easing of an All-Out Repression Strategy

The Egyptian Government Signals Some Easing of an All-Out Repression Strategy

There are some tiny signals coming from Egypt that President Sissi and his government are looking to ease a few of the many severe repressive measures enacted since the ousting…

Egypt: The Extraordinary Tale of a Wholesale Death Sentence

Egypt: The Extraordinary Tale of a Wholesale Death Sentence

The Egyptian regime is using some of the most severe tools of punishment to signal its Islamist foes that it means business. Death sentencing is obviously one of them, except…

Crisis in Egypt Likely to Persist

Crisis in Egypt Likely to Persist

Egypt is facing what Algeria faced in the 1990s. Nothing is working. The economy is in despair and a civil war is underway essentially pitting the military in power to…

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