Los Angeles Times
Egypt's Arab Spring cools amid violent clashes
CAIRO - A violent night of rioting in Egypt's capital that left 26 dead, most of them Christians who were trying to stage a peaceful protest over an attack on a church, will likely prompt the nation's ruling military to further tighten its grip on ...
Egypt Church Slams Authorities for Allowing Repeated Attacks on Christians
Egypt on edge as Copts mourn slain protesters
Egypt's Silhouette of Fire
Egypt's delaying tactic
It also showed everything that is wrong with a military regime whose mismanagement of the country — and prolongation of its time in office — threatens to destroy Egypt's chances for democracy. Several thousand members of the Coptic sect, which makes ...
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Helping Egypt's 'Caretaker' Generals Care for Democracy: View
By the Editors Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) -- It's probably not fair to hold a revolution to a strict schedule, but recent actions by Egypt's military leaders to slow down the transition to democracy are worrisome nonetheless. Last week, the Supreme Council of ...
Making Sure That Egypt 'Caretaker' Generals Will Care for Democracy: View
Egypt probes fatal violence between troops, Copts
Maspero probe starts, Egypt Copts angry
Egypt's petty palm embargo
Los Angeles Times
Egypt had an abundance of palm fronds and Israel was happy to pay for them. The arrangement worked so well that Egypt became the world's largest supplier of Sukkot palm branches. Before the surprise announcement of the export ban, which included not ...
Despite Egypt ban, thousands of palm fronds smuggled to Israel, US ahead of Sukkot
This Succot, a palm in every hand
'Cairo wants dozens of prisoners in exchange for Grapel'
Egypt is demanding the release of dozens of Egyptian prisoners in Israel in return for Ilan Grapel, the American- Israeli law student detained in Cairo since June on suspicion of spying for Jerusalem. Al-Ahram newspaper reported that a top-ranking ...
How Much Is One Israeli 'Spy' Worth? 81 Egyptians
Israel permits more Egyptian soldiers to enter Sinai, issues new travel warning
Egypt demands prisoner exchange for Grapel
Egypt's democracy under threat
On Sunday, clashes in Cairo between Christian Copts protesting against the torching of a church in southern Egypt and thugs led to an intervention by state security forces which resulted in at least 25 deaths. The country's interim Prime Minister Essam ...
Egypt's grim future
West can help Egypt best with patience
Revolution: Egyptians return to Tahrir Square
Egypt U-23 coach optimistic despite African qualifiers move
Egypt U-23 coach Hany Ramzy is optimistic despite the decision to move the eight-team African qualifying tournament for next year's London Olympics from Egypt to Algeria. “Playing the tournament in Algeria may be for the sake of our team. ...
Qualifiers likely moved to Algeria
The 2012 African Cup Of Nations Is The Lamest African Cup Of Nations
A youthful Ghana team was wildly entertaining, Algeria pulled an improbable upset in the knockout rounds against Cote D'Ivoire, and an experienced Egypt team put together their last run to glory, becoming perhaps the greatest generation of African ...
Presidential welcome for Niger after Nations Cup joy
South Africa's sums don't add up
South Africa launch Cup of Nations appeal
Qatar gave $500 mln to help with budget, says Egypt
CAIRO (Egypt): Egypt's finance minister, who has been negotiating with Gulf Arab states for financial assistance, said on Sunday that Qatar had given a grant of $500 million to support the budget which has ballooned as a result of political turmoil. ...
Egypt benchmark index ends higher
Finances under pressure as reserves dip
Egypt to hold discussions on IMF loan, Finance Minister says