Islamists look to build on success in Egypt polls
CAIRO — Islamists who swept to victory in the first stage of Egypt's parliamentary elections were looking to consolidate their winning streak in a second round of voting Wednesday. Some 18.8 million Egyptians are eligible to cast their ballots in this ...
Egypt's Islamists offer vision for sin-free tourism
Egypt: Islamists vs. Islamists
Egyptian ambassador: US unlikely to take hard line against Islamists
Egypt Drops Some Charges Against Blogger
New York Times (blog)
Video of the Egyptian blogger Alaa Abd El Fattah's family shouting to him inside a prison van on Tuesday in Cairo. According to Mr. Fattah's sister, Mona Seif, the authorities later sentenced the blogger to a further 15 days in custody ...
Egypt blogger's case gets boost in investigation
Press group urges Egypt investigate media attacks
Egypt's Salafis Shun Extremist Label as Vote Enters Second Round
Campaigning in the towns and villages of Menoufiya in Egypt's Nile Delta, Salafi preacher Salah Abdel Maboud says he regularly confronts voter fears about Islamization of the country, answering questions ...
Egypt braces for parliamentary polls' 2nd round
Amid expectations of an unprecedentedly high voter turnout, the second round of Egypt's first post-Mubarak parliamentary polls is set to take place on Wednesday and Thursday (14 and 15 December). The second round will cover nine of Egypt's 27 ...
Egypt elections beyond ideology: A return to common sense politics
Secular parties attempt to increase their electoral chances
New Israeli envoy to Egypt visits Foreign Ministry
The new Israeli ambassador to Egypt Yaakov Amitai visited the Foreign Ministry in Cairo for the first time on Tuesday, Israel Radio reported. Yaakov Amitai landed in Egypt Monday to begin his term, replacing Yitzhak Levanon. The latter was ambassador ...
Israel's new Cairo envoy: Egypt peace treaty will be preserved
New Israeli ambassador arrives in Egypt 3 months after embassy attack, airport ...
New Israeli ambassador arrives in Egypt
Can Washington get it right on Egypt?
Voters in Egypt, the largest, most populous Arab country have just completed the first round of elections since overthrowing their long-time dictator. The results are as demoralizing as they were predictable: Some two-thirds of voters ...
Egypt 2011 tourism revenues seen down by a third
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt expects to earn about $9 billion from tourism in 2011, down by about a third on a year earlier after many visitors were deterred by an uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak in February and unrest that followed, ...
Egypt PM says 20000 detainees freed since revolt
Egypt strikes a patriotic note to improve economy
Wall Street Journal
Christians Face Murky Future After Egypt Polls
Wall Street Journal
SOHAG, Egypt—When Victor Anis goes to the polls Wednesday to vote in the second round of Egypt's parliamentary elections, he plans to cast his ballot for the Egyptian Bloc, a list of liberal politicians who represent the strongest ...
The Muslim Brotherhood
Churches welcome reassurances from Brotherhood
Egypt's military rulers to decide fate of Guantanamo returnee
Adel el Gazzar emerged from eight years of imprisonment at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, with one leg, no US charges against him and no chance of returning to his native Egypt, where he was sure to have been locked up again by President Hosni Mubarak's ...
Ma'an News Agency
'Egypt working to restore Gaza, Israel calm'
COM STAFF AND REUTERS Egyptian ambassador calls Israeli hit on terrorist planning attack from Sinai a "violation," says Cairo working with parties. Egypt is working to restore calm in the Gaza Strip and southern Israel after violence escalated ...
Egypt investigates Sinai 'abduction', army denies
Egypt seeks to restore calm on Gaza-Israel border
Egyptians complain about lack of security