Cairo's Christians worry about Egypt's next chapter
CAIRO Coptic Christians are worried about their future in the new Egypt, as I could see Thursday night at a political rally in a poor Coptic neighborhood known here as Garbage City. Gathered in an alleyway framed by heaps of trash, and Christian ...
Copts in Egypt fear being marginalised
No Arab Spring for Egypt's Coptic Christians
Freedom still a dream for Egypt's Christians after attacks by military
Egypt's Unfinished and Unfinishable Revolution: Three Scenarios
Huffington Post (blog)
The current political situation in Egypt is a complex weave of shifting alliances, jostling for power, democratic aspirations, and fear -- fear of losing long-held privileges, of skeletons in closets, and of what tomorrow could bring. ...
Upcoming Elections in Egypt
Egyptian Military Regime Is Here to Stay
Anonymous launches Operation Muslim Brotherhood
Egypt: 'The people want an end of the regime'
Since the fall of Hosni Mubarak in February, the Egyptian people have been at the centre of a struggle for their nation's future. The initial euphoria at the ousting of Hosni Mubarak gradually eroded as fractures emerged: Secularists, Islamists and ...
Egypt parliamentary elections candidates intensify campaign
Will Egypt Break Off its Peace Treaty With Israel?
Egyptian expats adamant on voting, overcoming obstacles
Arab Spring may turn page in Egypt-Libya economic relations
Can revolutions succeed where decades-old dictatorial systems failed, and usher in stable, mutually beneficial economic relations between Egypt and Libya? The coming months may bring the answer. Last month's brief visit to Cairo by the chairman of ...
Clinton to address US interests in the unsure Arab transitions from Libya to ...
Is Egypt's Arab Spring in Danger of Being Hijacked?
US to work with Arab Spring's Islamist parties
11 Hungarian tourists killed in Egypt bus crash
AP Police and medical officials say 11 Hungarian tourists have been killed when a speeding tour bus overturned at a Red Sea resort town in southeastern Egypt. Egypt's state-run news agency MENA says 27 other tourists were injured in Sunday's crash at ...
Tourist death toll in Egypt crash rises to 12
11 Hungarian tourists killed when bus overturns in southeastern Egypt ...
Egypt Bus Crash: Hungarian Tourists Killed In Red Sea Resort Town
Proactive Investors Australia
Egypt Steps Up Plans for Wind Power Farms
By Oilprice.com Nov 08, 2011 11:15 am The Egyptian government is seeking to build production facilities to manufacture selective wind turbine components for the increasing demand of local and regional markets. Egypt currently has a total electricity ...
Sunny Egypt Interested in... Wind Power
Egypt struggles where Germany flourishes
But the Egyptian revolution is turning out to be a counterrevolution instead — another military regime not all that different than the one that in 1952 sent King Farouk into a challenging exile of gastronomic and sexual excess. Democracy seems more ...
We Underestimate Power of Culture at Our Peril
Egypt to Reopen Lower Nile for Two-Week River Cruises
(10:47 am EST) -- Egypt's tourism authority has announced that the river Nile will be opened up for the resumption of the "long Nile cruise," the full 14-day voyage all the way from Cairo to Aswan. Egypt's new minister of tourism, Mounir Fakhry Abdel ...
Lower Nile re-opens for cruising
Egypt's Zamalek out of sorts, loses to El Shorta
CAIRO: Ittihad El Shorta downed Zamalek at home Tuesday evening by a final score of 2-1. The hosts were looking to stay undefeated on the season but a solid all around effort from El Shorta saw the visitors deservedly take the full three points. ...
Egypt call up El-Hadary for Brazil friendly despite club objection
Egypt's new coach Bob Bradley has called up veteran goalkeeper Essam El-Hadary for Monday's high-profile friendly against five-time world champions Brazil in Qatari capital Doha. There were doubts over whether El-Hadary would be included in Egypt's ...