Egypt protests: Deadly clashes in Cairo and Alexandria
One prominent protester, Malek Mostafa, lost an eye after being hit by a rubber bullet, said Ghada Shahbender, a member of the Egyptian Organisation for Human Rights. "It is a crime," she told AP news agency. "They [police] were shooting rubber bullets ...
Egypt police tear gas Tahrir Square protesters
Egypt: violent clashes in Cairo leave two dead and hundreds injured
Egypt's riot police clash with protesters in Cairo
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After Egypt's Revolution, Christians Are Living in Fear ...
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Egyptian security forces who had apparently intervened to break up the violence deliberately rammed their armed vehicles into the Coptic crowd and fired live ammunition indiscriminately. Egyptian military authorities soon shut down live news coverage ...
Egyptian Coptics attacked, dozens slightly injured
Getting Away With It: Egypt's Religious Minorities Need the Rule of Law
Attackers hit Egyptian Christian marchers, 10 hurt
Egypt protests turn deadly on election eve
CAIRO - Egyptian riot police firing tear gas and rubber bullets stormed into Cairo's Tahrir Square Saturday to dismantle a protest tent camp, setting off clashes that killed two protesters, injured hundreds and raised tensions days before the first ...
Deadly clashes in Cairo
Egyptian blogger Aliaa Elmahdy: Why I posed naked
Cairo, Egypt (CNN) -- Egyptian blogger Aliaa Magda Elmahdy has become a household name in the Middle East and sparked a global uproar after a friend posted a photo of her naked on Twitter. The photo, which the 20-year-old former student first posted on ...
Egyptian activist posts nude photos to protest repression
Egypt in uproar after blogger posts nude photos
Egyptian activist posts nude self-photos to defy Islamic extremism
Egypt Islamist says liberals using smear tactics
CAIRO (Reuters) - Islamists ranging from ultra-conservatives to moderates could secure more than 30 percent of seats in Egypt's first free parliamentary election in decades that will be launched later this month, a member of a Salafist ...
How Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Is Already Winning
Egypt's Islamists reach out to liberals as elections near
Egypt Elections Explainer: Egypt goes to the polls
Egypt police clash with protesters ahead of vote
Click here Egypt police clash with protesters ahead of vote Originally published: November 19, 2011 4:44 AM Updated: November 19, 2011 2:45 PM By The Associated Press AYA BATRAWY (Associated Press) (AP) -- Egyptian riot police firing tear gas and ...
Hundreds Injured in Renewed Egypt Protests; 24 Killed in Syria
20 (Bloomberg) -- At least one protester was killed and 676 were injured in Egypt in clashes with the police in Cairo's Tahrir square, the state-run Middle East News Agency reported, citing health ministry spokesman Mohammed Sherbini. ...
Egyptian gas supplies resume
AMMAN - Jordan's energy sector received a boost on Friday after Egypt began preliminary pumping of natural gas to the Kingdom. In a statement issued on Saturday, Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Qutaiba Abu Qura announced that ...
Egyptian gas supply to Jordan gradually resumed
Egypt and Syria protests - live updates
A similar demonstration is taking part in Egypt's second biggest city, Alexandria. • The Libyan UN envoy, Abdulrahman Shalgam, has told Qatar to stop meddling in his country's affairs, accusing it of supplying funds and weapons to Islamists. ...
Syrian Troops Attack Town Despite Arab Peace Plan Offer
Syrian troops attack despite Arab peace plan
Envoy Warns of US, Israeli Plots against Region
Egypt to Buy 240000 Metric Tons of Wheat, Nomani Says
19 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt, the world's biggest wheat importer, agreed to buy 240000 tons of milling wheat at a tender today, Nomani Nomani, vice chairman of the General Authority for Supply Commodities, said by telephone from Cairo. ...
Egypt's GASC buys 240000 tons of Russia, Ukrainian or Kazakh Wheat For ...