New York Times
But the signs in Egypt, a far more influential player, are not good. The army, which is still running the show, appears to be far more interested in protecting its power than promoting real democratic change. The United States, which provides $1.3 ...
Egypt's Islamists reach out to liberals as elections near
Islamist rivalry heats up in Egyptian election
Egypt's elections: don't panic!
Neighbors / Back to square one
By Zvi Bar'el At the Tura prison near Cairo, where many of the leaders of the previous Egyptian regime are now jailed, a young revolutionary is also being incarcerated. Alaa Abdel-Fattah, 30, one of Egypt's veteran bloggers, was taken for interrogation ...
HRW calls for release of Egyptian blogger Alaa Abd El Fattah
Notes from prison: Egyptian blogger sends messages to supporters
Egyptian blogger Saber refuses to answer new summons by army prosecutors over ...
Egypt's rulers try to curb anger over guidelines for constitution
Los Angeles Times
REPORTING FROM CAIRO — Deputy Prime Minister Ali Selmi held talks with representatives of Egypt's Democratic Coalition on Tuesday in an attempt to contain anger over proposals that would give the military increased power over the country's soon-to-be ...
Is it the Islamists vs. the military?
PRI's The World
An Egyptian View of Occupy Wall Street
PRI's The World
By The World ⋅ November 15, 2011 ⋅ Post a comment Anchor Marco Werman talks to Ibrahim Abdallah, an Egyptian-born businessman who lives in New York City. Abdallah spent three days on Tahrir square in Cairo last February during the Arab Spring ...
Egypt foreign minister explains govt decision to keep ambassador in Damascus
In a statement released on Tuesday, Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr said the continued presence of Egypt's ambassador in Syria “would allow for an of exchange points of view, contribute to finding a peaceful solution to the crisis, ...
FM: Egypt won't withdraw ambassador to Syria
Egypt will not pull ambassador from Syria
Egypt, Algeria discuss activating Arab initiative to prevent foreign ...
Egypt announces capture of Islamists suspected of deadly August attack on ...
Egyptian security forces announced that they arrested another two members of a radical Islamic group associated with al-Qaida that has been active recently throughout the Sinai peninsula. According to the Egyptian report, ...
Egypt arrests another suspected Islamist operative
Egyptian police arrest 2 leading members of al-Qaida-inspired militant group ...
Egypt arrests two Islamists 'behind pipeline attacks'
Egyptian Stocks: Orascom Telecom, Raya, Housing & Development
15 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's benchmark EGX 30 Index dropped for a fifth day, losing 0.1 percent to 4177.01 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo, the lowest level in more than a month. The following shares rose or fell. Symbols are in parentheses. ...
Egypt army kills hope: female presidential candidate
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The Egyptian military is stifling hope for change and cannot be trusted to manage the country's transition to democracy, the nation's first female presidential candidate said Tuesday. ...
INTERVIEW - Egypt army kills hope: female presidential candidate
New York Times
NY Occupy considers sending reps to Egypt election
Wall Street Journal
AP NEW YORK — The Occupy Wall Street movement is considering an Egyptian civil rights coalition's invitation to some of its members to help monitor elections in Egypt. Splinter groups were still discussing the proposal on Monday, said Rabbi Chaim ...
Occupy Wall Street Considering Sending Protesters To Egypt For Elections
How Social Media Distorts the Occupy Movement
Occupy Wall Street: New York police clear Zuccotti Park