Egypt's Moussa fears anarchy if transition drags
CAIRO (Reuters) - Presidential candidate Amr Moussa said Wednesday he feared a prolonged transition to civilian rule could plunge Egypt into anarchy caused by spiraling violence and economic hardship. ...
Will Egypt continue to be a friend of peace in the Middle East?
Egypt's grey economy swells in post-Mubarak turmoil
Egypt's Moussa calls for quicker transition, warns of anarchy
Prisoner swap reshapes Hamas-Egypt-Israel ties
The Associated Press
The swap, mediated by Egypt, has strengthened Hamas' bond with the regional powerhouse next door and removed a major irritant from its fraught relationship with Israel. Trading Sgt. Gilad Schalit for 1027 Palestinians held by Israel also boosted Hamas' ...
Egypt on Gilad Shalit's Release
Hamas: Egypt must guarantee next stage of Shalit swap includes security prisoners
Egypt journalist defends Shalit interview
Coptic Christians protest outside White House against violence in Egypt
Washington Post (blog)
Hoisting homemade wooden crosses and photographs of bodies they said were crushed by tanks, hundreds of Coptic Christians rallied Wednesday in front of the White House to protest rising violence against minority Christians in Egypt and to demand that ...
Christians fear more violence, many flee
Coptics: US Funding Attacks on Egypt's Christians
U.S. should abandon support of SCAF
Behind Egypt's role in the prisoner swap
Egypt's role in brokering a prisoner exchange deal might signal a return to cosy Mubarak-era relations with Israel. Egypt's apparently crucial role in orchestrating the Palestinian prisoner swap with Israel leaves those who have observed the cooling ...
Egypt's troubled transition
Egypt's struggle with democracy
How seething Egypt surprised the world and sealed the deal
Egypt awaits tourism recovery
SLOW ROAD: Tourist numbers to Egypt have plummeted, dealing a blow to the millions of Egyptians whose livelihoods depend on the 14 million or more visitors who once came annually. The newly launched Al-Hambra cruise ship sailed only twice on the Nile ...
Egypt's Nile cruises docked, awaiting tourism recovery
FEATURE-Egypt's Nile cruises docked, awaiting tourism recovery
New York Times
A Queens Family Waits and Prays for Egypt to Release Ilan Grapel
NBC New York
The mother of a young Queens man imprisoned in Egypt summed up the situation this way. Irene Grapel is the mother of 28-year-old Ilan Grapel of Oakland Gardens, who has been held by the Egyptian government since June. ...
American Held in Egypt as Israeli Spy Could Be Freed
Egypt could soon free American who allegedly spied for Israel
Egypt sees Israel prisoner swap soon: source
Cairo Egypt Restaurants Spice Up the Menu With Live Entertainment
MarketWatch (press release)
CAIRO, EGYPT, Oct 19, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Dining in Lebanon is a group affair, with heaping plates of food, friends and family, and conversation. At Ahlein, the JW Marriott Hotel Cairo's Lebanese restaurant, guests are welcome ("ahlein" in ...
Los Angeles Times
Egypt protesters post their wills on Twitter, Facebook
Los Angeles Times
"Death has become so near and we are all ready to die for Egypt," a group of activists wrote. "You need to publicly speak out against the repression of the military, not just their army trucks and rifles, but also their hypocritical use of the media. ...
Egypt's Top 'Facebook Revolutionary' Now Advising Occupy Wall Street
Occupy Wall Street: A global Tahrir
Did Egypt's Women Win the Revolution Only to Lose Out?
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Clegg courts Egypt with aid package
Egypt faces a "turbulent and difficult" few months as the Arab Spring struggles to establish itself, William Hague has warned. Britain stands fully behind the Arabs as they struggle for freedom across the Middle East, Nick Clegg will say later. ...
£5m deal to boost Egyptian economy
In Egypt, corruption cases had an American root
A different outcome is only now becoming visible in the fallout from Egypt's Arab Spring. Formed with a $10 million endowment from the US Agency for International Development, the Egyptian Center for Economic Studies gathered captains of industry in a ...