Christians Fear Islamist Pressure in Egypt
AP Oct. 4, 2011: Egyptian Copts hold Christian crosses and chant slogans as they demonstrate against the sectarian violence, in downtown Cairo, Egypt. In the past few weeks, riots have broken out at two churches in southern Egypt, prompted by Muslim ...
Christian fears rise as Islamists grow more assertive in post-Mubarak Egypt
Christians fear Islamist pressure in Egypt
Hurriyet Daily News
Analysis: Egypt's floundering revolution
The political storm brewing in Egypt is threatening the revolution. Though there is open warfare between the Muslim Brotherhood, advocating a religious regime for the new Egypt, and the secular parties fighting for a secular model, both sides are ...
Egypt, Senior US officials meet with Muslim Brotherhood
Liberals, Islamists pact might be over in Egypt
Egypt`s Brotherhood tackles rifts ahead of polls
Egypt military imposes jail for election graft
CAIRO — Egypt's ruling military on Saturday imposed jail terms for bribery and religious sloganeering in an upcoming parliamentary poll, and allowed parties to contest all parliament's seats after a boycott threat. The military decree to amend the ...
Egypt's ruling military council amends election law
Egypt amends elections law, imposes jail for poll fraud
Egypt amends election law
Central Florida News 13
Cautious analyst of change
After decades of nothingness, and subservience even, the Arab street took things into their own hands and launched non-violent movements in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Libya and Syria, resulting so far in the toppling of three dictators. ...
Arab Spring activists from Egypt, Tunisia and Libya observing Poland's election
Egyptians, Libyans and Tunisians to Observe Elections in Poland
A new era of change
Egypt grab consolation win in Nations Cup qualifiers
Egypt crushed Niger 3-0 in Cairo to grab a consolation win in the last round of the African Cup of Nations qualifiers on Saturday. A second-half brace from striker Marwan Mohsen and a goal from attacking midfielder Mohamed Salah gave the Pharaohs, ...
Bafana coach sad, confused
SAfrica celebrates draw, misses out on African Cup
Bafana draw sees Niger through to 2012 Afcon
Egypt's ruler says country in a critical phase
CAIRO — Egypt's military ruler said Thursday that the country is going through a critical period, particularly on the security and economic fronts, and called for national unity to achieve a democratic state under civilian rule. ...
Egypt's generals clinging to power
Egypt's ruling generals accused of buying time to stay in power
Egypt wants 81 prisoners in exchange for 'Israeli spy'
Egypt wants Israel to free 78 Egyptian prisoners in exchange for Ilan Grapel, an Israeli-American national accused of spying and held by Cairo since June. The demand was presented during US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta's visit to Cairo, according to ...
Egypt Wants 78 Prisoner for Grapel
Airport strike spotlights Egypt's economic woes
Seattle Post Intelligencer
Three Egyptian Presidential candidates Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh, a Muslim Brotherhood figure, left, Mohammad Salim Al-Awa, an Islamic thinker, center, and Hamdin Sabbahi, head of the Karama party, talk during a press conference in Cairo, Egypt, ...
Palm fronds and political thickets
Sinai security on high alert ahead of bombing anniversary
Egypt Predicts New Israel Natural Gas Deal Shortly
Restive Egypt workers pose economic, political threats
MAHALLA EL-KUBRA, Egypt (Reuters) - Like many Egyptians, textile factory worker Magdi el-Aleemy expected the uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak to change his life. It did, but not for the better. The firm where he worked for 10 years, ...
Egypt: A nation's voice, and arts, recaptured
Batool Khattab was there this past spring when Egypt's authoritarian government fell, in part to what they condescendingly called "she wayyet iyaal" -- "bunch of kids" -- a group of Facebook-fueled, youthful protesters that took Cairo's Tahrir Square, ...