Early Results in Egypt Show a Mandate for Islamists
New York Times
CAIRO — Islamists claimed a decisive victory on Wednesday as early election results put them on track to win a dominant majority in Egypt's first Parliament since the ouster of Hosni Mubarak, the most significant step yet in the ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood claims strong showing in vote
Islamists Hold Early Lead in Egypt Polls
Egypt's Ascendant Islamists on Collision Course With Generals After Vote
Huffington Post (blog)
Nobody believed that Egyptian democracy would come easily. The recent clashes between protesters and security forces in Tahrir Square generated widespread foreboding. But this week's parliamentary election shows that Egyptians deserve more credit for ...
Egypt is the true victor in this election
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Egypt's military learns its lesson
Lacklustre Egypt sunk by Ivory Coast in U-23 African Championship
Egypt missed out on the chance of reaching the U-23 African Championship semi-final with one game to spare after another mediocre display saw them suffer a 1-0 defeat by Ivory Coast in Group B on Wednesday. Moussa Kone capitalized on some sloppy ...
U23s: Egypt beaten by the Ivory Coast as South Africa draw with Gabon
Egypt: Albert - We Still Have Hope
Kansas City Star
American students abroad told to avoid Egypt protests
It's advice that can be forgotten in the heady political ferment of countries like Egypt. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File) American universities send tens of thousands of students to study abroad every year, thrusting them into one of the most exciting ...
US students abroad told to avoid protests
US students: Turmoil can be dangerous lure abroad
Globe and Mail
Egyptian academics fear rise of Islamist political parties in election
Globe and Mail
Islamist parties appear to have won a majority of votes in the pivotal first round of Egypt's parliamentary elections conducted this week. If confirmed Thursday, the results from voting in Cairo, Alexandria and other key centres will put Egypt on ...
Egypt's Islamists Stress Pragmatism
Voice of America
November 30, 2011 Egypt's Islamists Stress Pragmatism Elizabeth Arrott | Fayoum, Egypt The extent of Egypt's Islamist parties' appeal will come into clearer focus in coming weeks, as results from the nation's first post-revolution elections come in. ...
The Role of Rising Food Prices in Egypt's Revolution
Egypt's rising food prices are helping fuel the revolution that led to this week's parliamentary elections. In collaboration with The Center for Investigative Reporting, Homelands Productions and Marketplace, Sandy Tolan reports as part of a new series ...
US congratulates Egypt on 'successful' start to election
Secretary of State Clinton issues statement calling for Egypt's transition to democracy to continue in a 'just, transparent and inclusive manner'; says US will continue to stand by Egypt. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday congratulated ...
US tries to hijack Egypt revolution
Statement by the Press Secretary on Recent Developments in Egypt
US Finds reassurance in Egypt's peaceful voting
The Daily Star
Egypt and the Arab Spring
New York Times
But the protest movement in Egypt (like those throughout much of the world) is thoroughly dissatisfied with poverty, the lack of jobs and large-scale corruption, all of which have not changed with the ouster of Hosni Mubarak. ...
Qatar steps in to fill regional void
Latest developments in Arab political unrest stretching from North Africa to ...
Writing Constitutions in the Wake of the Arab Spring
Possibilities and pitfalls as Egypt counts its votes
The Nation, Pakistan
But already there is reason to believe that this process is itself changing the rules in Egypt. Anecdotal accounts of a high turnout - and of a low rate of polling irregularities - signal that Egyptians, in their collective wisdom, are taking the ...