Egypt Military Proposes Schedule for Leaving Power
Egypt's military rulers on Saturday floated a timetable for their exit from power under which presidential elections could be held by late next year. The proposal is not binding but is the closest thing to a schedule for a return to ...
Egypt's military rulers float transition timetable that sets presidential vote ...
Egypt's ruling council 'to amend disputed election law'
Egypt military proposes schedule for leaving power
Report: Egypt mulling Ilan Grapel's release
Egypt is considering releasing Ilan Grapel, the Israeli-American who was arrested in Egypt in June, on suspicion of espionage, Cairo's MENA news agency reported on Saturday. According to the report, Cairo authorities are considering releasing the ...
State media say Egypt is considering release of suspected Israeli spy held ...
'Egypt mulling release of alleged Mossad spy Ilan Grapel'
Report: Egypt may release alleged Israel spy Ilan Grapel
Voice of America
Egypt's New Democrats Ready to Defend Nile
Voice of America
September 30, 2011 Egypt's New Democrats Ready to Defend Nile If Egypt and Sudan join the Nile water partnership, the decisions the basin makes will be difficult, and will require new relationships among those who feed Lake Nasser and those who take ...
Clinton urges Egypt to respect state and people's rights
WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton voiced hope that Egypt's new leadership will respect the civil rights of people of varied political and religious views, in an interview released Saturday. "You want an Egypt where people are free to be ...
Egypt must deliver on its promises – Hillary Clinton
Religious bias in Egypt's universities
Daily News Egypt
By Bibi-Aisha Wadvalla / Special to Daily News Egypt An oft-told story in Egypt's science community tells the tale of why Magdi Yacoub left Egypt to become a world famous surgeon in the United Kingdom. An Egyptian Christian, he had his thesis rejected ...
Egypt: Militant Muslim Mob Burns Christian Homes, Businesses and Coptic Church
Egypt: desire for divorce drives Coptic-Muslim tensions
Veil or no veil, Egypt's Coptic girl can go to class
Al Jazeera Egypt Offices Raided By Government Forces
CAIRO — For the second time this month, Egyptian security officials in civilian clothes raided the Cairo office of Al Jazeera Live Egypt, part of the Qatar-based broadcaster's network, roughing up its staff, detaining an editor and confiscating ...
EGYPT: Al Jazeera affiliate's offices raided in Cairo
Officials raid Al Jazeera in Egypt
Little Egypt Festival Winners Announced
The 40th Little Egypt Festival Parade took place today (Saturday) with several floats and bands making their way through Salem. There were over 90 participants in the parade. After the parade was over, awards were handed out for certain divisions. ...
Egypt fears impact of EU crisis
Tourism in Egypt was hit in the months after the revolution. The country is now looking at new markets such as China, India, Vietnam, Brazil and Argentina to boost tourism. Khaled Elfiqi / EPA AQABA // There are grave concerns the European financial ...
Egypt Tourism Shows Signs of Recovery
Egyptian tourism starting to recover
Bob Bradley's foray into Egyptian soccer and media
Los Angeles Times
Bob Bradley, the former US national team coach, has been hired by Egypt and could learn a thing or two about dealing with the media from another former leader of team USA, Bora Milutinovic. Bora Milutinovic, shown while coach of the US team in 1998, ...
Egypt warns US on attaching conditions to military aid
A new source of friction has emerged between the United States and one of its top Mideast allies, with Egyptian officials expressing alarm about a move by the US Senate to link military aid to Egypt's performance as a democracy. ...
Egypt warns US against setting new conditions on its military aid
Egypt warns US of conditioning military aid on democracy
Egypt worried over US bill linking aid to democracy