11 Hungarian tourists killed when bus overturns in southeastern Egypt ...
CAIRO — Eleven Hungarian tourists were killed late Sunday when a speeding tour bus overturned at a Red Sea resort town in southeastern Egypt, police and medical officials said. The crash also injured 27 Hungarian tourists. It took place at the ...
Egypt Bus Crash: Hungarian Tourists Killed In Red Sea Resort Town
Egypt bus crash kills 11 tourists
Bread, Water, Land, God, and Votes
Will Egypt's Islamists win the upcoming elections? A trip up the Nile to find out. “Back soon,” says the sign outside the hardware store. “In mosque.” The flimsy shutters have been pulled down and secured with a small padlock. ...
Worldview: The Turkish model is unlikely to work in Egypt | Philadelphia ...
Muslim Brotherhood rally at massive Eid prayers for God's word and Parliament
Muslim Brotherhood sells cheap food ahead of holiday and Egypt parliament vote
Egypt's generals risk stability for their self-interest
Egypt's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces has an unlikely way of ushering in the country's long-awaited democracy. Constitutional guidelines proposed last week by the military-appointed cabinet say the new constitution would be written by 100 people: ...
Egypt's media must undergo its own revolution
Call-Out for Solidarity with Egypt: Defend the Revolution
From Cairo to New York, Which Side Are Police On?
Egypt: Uncertainty is bad for business
CAIRO, Egypt — In the tense aftermath of the January 25 Revolution and amid the ongoing violence of the 'Arab Spring,' the economic situation in Egypt is in turmoil. But the hard economic impact, in terms of lost tourism dollars, unemployment and ...
The Public Record
Egyptian Parties Criticize Military Over Constitutional Process
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—A broad cross-section of Egyptian political parties lodged strong objections to attempts by the country's ruling military council to expand its authority over the process of drafting the country's first postrevolutionary ...
Egypt's parties divided over constitutional amendments
Public Outcry Causes Egypt's Cabinet to Drop Proposal for New Constitution
Egypt Aid Shouldn't Be Curbed By US Congress, Official Says
Egypt's Alaa Abdel Fattah's mother goes on hunger strike
CAIRO: The mother of prominent political activist and blogger Alaa Abdel Fattah, who is currently in military prison under investigation, began a hunger strike on Sunday, in opposition to the imprisonment of her son by the country's ruling military ...
Egypt: Military Court Refuses Alaa Abdel Fattah's Appeal
Egypt: EOHR Calls Again for Immediate Release of Ala Abdel Fattah
Thousands Tried Under Military Rule in Post Revolution Egypt
Tourism in Egypt hit by a stalled revolution
Nearly 15 million tourists visited Egypt in 2010, a record, but numbers were off by 42 per cent through September of this year, said Amr Elezabi, the chairman of the Egyptian Tourism Authority, with about $3 billion lost. Lurching around the Great ...
Egypt expats to vote via national IDs
CAIRO - Egyptians living abroad will be allowed to vote in the upcoming parliamentary elections with their national IDs rather than their passports. The decision came from the committee dealing with the right of expatriates to vote in the upcoming ...
Egypt's Supreme Committee for Elections seeks new law for expats to vote
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: Military Rulers' Proposal Would Give Army Sweeping Powers
Washington should dissuade Egyptian military's bid to perpetuate power
Egypt's military sparks furor with new proposals
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