Use Twitter, Facebook Often? The CIA may be Watching
In this March 30, 2011, file photo, a mural depicting a man in shackles and the Facebook logo and a mobile phone is seen in Cairo, Egypt. The CIA center "predicted that social media in places like Egypt could be a game-changer and a threat to the ...
AP Exclusive: CIA following Twitter, Facebook
How The CIA Uses Social Media to Track How People Feel
Egypt condemns Israel settlement building
Egypt's foreign minister condemned Israel on Friday for its decision to expand Jewish settlement building in the West Bank and east Jerusalem. Israel decided to accelerate Jewish settlement building on Tuesday, the day after UNESCO awarded the ...
Egypt slams Israel's decision to expand settlements
Egypt condemns Israeli decision to accelerate settlement building
Egypt slams Israel's decision to occupy more Palestine land
Egypt Didn't Request Loan During IMF's Visit, Minister Says
4 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt didn't ask for a loan from the International Monetary Fund during a visit to Cairo this week by an IMF mission, Finance Minister Hazem El Beblawi said today in a phone interview in the capital. “So far no request has been made to ...
IMF concludes visit to Egypt, no word on aid
Egypt's economy 'challenging': IMF
No request for IMF loan from Egypt
International Business Times
Public Outcry Causes Egypt's Cabinet to Drop Proposal for New Constitution
Voice of America
November 04, 2011 Public Outcry Causes Egypt's Cabinet to Drop Proposal for New Constitution Douglas Mpuga In Egypt, a public outcry has led the cabinet to drop a proposal for the new constitution that would have shielded the army from parliamentary ...
Egypt Aid Shouldn't Be Curbed By US Congress, Official Says
Egypt Aid Shouldn't Be Curbed By U.S. Congress, Official Says
Egypt Revolt Leading to Military Dictatorship
Los Angeles Times
Egypt military giving signs of not wanting to relinquish power
Los Angeles Times
Activists and politicians worry that the military, Egypt's most revered institution before the revolution, refuses to have its authority and financial interests answerable to an emerging democracy. Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi is the head of ...
Egypt's military sparks furor with new proposals
Egypt's Jon Stewart Sees Few Laughs in Military Clampdown
Washington should dissuade Egyptian military's bid to perpetuate power
Proposed restrictions on aid to Egypt come at 'worst possible moment,' U.S. ...
Washington Post (blog)
A senior State Department official warned Friday that proposed congressional restrictions on military and economic aid to Egypt come “at the worst possible moment” and risk harming relations with the new government in Cairo. ...
State Dept: We are trying to save Palestinian Authority aid funding
US would be 'satisfied' with Brotherhood win in Egypt
The United States would be "satisfied" should free elections in Egypt produce a victory for the Muslim Brotherhood, AFP reported Friday according to the US's special coordinator for transitions in the Middle East, William Taylor. ...
The fears of Egyptians great and small
US hints it would not object to Brotherhood win in Egypt
All Rescued in Egypt Ferry Fire On the Red Sea
All 1200 passengers who were on board a ferry that caught fire on the Red Sea en route to Egypt's port of Nuweiba were rescued and the blaze was quickly extinguished, Egyptian and Jordanian officials said. ...
Friday's papers: Over 1200 rescued at sea, but role of Egyptian military ...
1 Jordanian passenger dies in Egypt ferry fire; hundreds saved during rescue ...
Egyptian ferry ablaze off Jordan
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Western Responsibility to Protect the Arab Spring
Against the background of what is taking place in Libya, Egypt and Tunisia, there are legitimate fears now, especially as Islamist movements are skillfully and craftily trying to hijack the youth's revolution of change and their ambitions of secular ...
Will Egypt follow Tunisia?
Egypt's Democracy: Between the Military, Islamists, and Illiberal Democrats
How Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood will win
Citizen Journalism Is Booming In Egypt and The Middle East, Despite Serious Risks
Huffington Post (blog)
I must have heard that three dozen times during my visit to Cairo, Egypt last week. Every Egyptian I met made it a point to let me know I was safe in their country. Egypt is, after all, in something of a PR crisis following a revolution this past ...