TIMEP denounces the deadly terrorist attacks in Egypt yesterday claimed by Islamic State affiliate Wilayat Sinai, and extends its deepest condolences to those injured and the families of those killed.
The decapitated bodies of four civilians were found in the Sinai Peninsula by residents of Sheikh Zuweid, two days after their reported abduction by gunmen as they traveled by automobile
On August 4, 2014, the Suez Canal contract was awarded to the Saudi Arabia branch of the global engineering firm Dar al-Handasah, in partnership with the Egyptian Armed Forces Engineering
The interim government announced that presidential elections would be held before parliamentary elections, though no date was set for either. Mansour issued the decision after consultations with various political groups.
Today marked the three-year anniversary of the January 25 protests in Tahrir Square that ultimately led to the resignation of former President Hosni Mubarak after 18 days of demonstrations. Deaths
The Ministry of the Interior reported that militants killed 25 police conscripts in a daylight attack in northern Sinai. The killings took place as the off-duty policemen were being transported
Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis (ABM), an Islamist militant group, carried out an attack near the Israeli-Egyptian border following the distribution of a video made by an American that vilifies Muhammad. This
An international peacekeeper base was attacked by gunmen in the Gora region of the Sinai Peninsula today. Approximately 60-70 militants stormed the barricades, which were manned by various international troops,
In a bid to consolidate his power President Mohammed Morsi forced Egypt’s top military chiefs to retire today. The Washington Post called this “a bold move to wrest power from
Opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei arrived in Cairo, stating that “[now is the time] to see a new regime” and calling for a “peaceful transition.” In the third day of street