Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi

CBS revealed that after the interview was filmed, the Egyptian ambassador contacted its "60 Minutes" team and warned that it could not be aired.
The president's first trip abroad also appears to have sparked crackdowns in Bahrain and Egypt.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer says that contrary to President Trump's past statements, the administration now believes human rights issues in the Middle East are "best discussed privately."
The chants of the 2011 revolution are back on the streets of Cairo.
While activists welcome his release, Mahmoud Hussein is just one of many political prisoners often jailed without cause for years.
Full-scale conflict in Sinai has witnessed increasing levels of effectiveness and sophistication by insurgents claiming loyalty to Islamic State.
“How we get there obviously is a source of extraordinary challenge, and we shared ideas in terms of how that can be accomplished
More recently, the regional Arab League announced a 10-nation coalition, led by Saudi Arabia, committed to defeating the
America's interests in the Middle East would be best served not by constant political conflict, even under the guise of "democratic reform," but by something more along Lee Kuan Yew's approach of, in the words of Asia scholar Orville Schell, "authoritarian leadership, constrained by certain Western legal and administrative checks."
"Dear Mr. President el-Sisi,” Peter’s Greste’s father, Juris Greste, said solemnly at a televised press conference in Brisbane
Cairo under the best of circumstances is frenetic, so 58 hours in the Egyptian capital proved an exhausting undertaking requiring a hardy stamina and lots of patience.
Future digital newsroom in Dubai (Abu-Fadil) A talk show host later said the woman capitalized on being in the spotlight
While supporters regard Sisi as a savior, opponents hold him responsible for what human rights groups say are widespread