Attackers unleashed mayhem and carnage on a crowded mosque in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Friday. At least 235 people were killed by militants who detonated explosives and shot worshippers as they tried to escape. Judy Woodruff learns more from Declan…
By PBS NewsHour
A gun and bomb attack at a mosque in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula killed at least 235 people and injured dozens during Friday prayers.
By Larisa Epatko
It's the first big structure found inside the Great Pyramid of Giza since the Middle Ages.
By Rashmi Shivni
The latest on protests in St. Louis, a plague sweeping Madagascar and other stories you may have missed in the rush of news.
By Joshua Barajas, Larisa Epatko, Jennifer Hijazi and Erica R. Hendry
By Michael Boulter
Unlike some other countries in the region, homosexuality is not illegal in Egypt. Instead those suspected are often charged with “debauchery” or “promoting sexual deviancy.”…
In 2013, Aya Hijazi and her husband Mohammed founded an organization that helps impoverished children living in the streets of Cairo. But during a crackdown on civil groups in Egypt, Hijazi, an Egyptian-American, and her husband were detained, imprisoned and…
In an exclusive interview with PBS Newshour, Aya Hijazi, an Egyptian-American charity worker imprisoned in Cairo for three years, speaks about the harrowing ordeal and her experience meeting President Trump in the Oval Office following her release last month. It…
More than two dozen people are dead, including children, after gunmen fired on buses filled with Coptic Christians south of Cairo, Egypt, in an attack the Islamic State claimed Saturday.
By Elizabeth Flock
Yahia Lababidi said the 140 character age of Twitter has turned many of us into aspiring aphorists. And he believes the form is more important than ever.
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