Wall Street Journal
Egypt Protests: Military, Activists Vie For Public Support
By HAMZA HENDAWI 12/18/11 09:12 PM ET AP CAIRO -- Egypt's ruling military and the revolutionaries who demand they immediately step down battled for a third day in the streets on Sunday – and competed fiercely for the support of a broader public that ...
In Egypt's 3rd Day of Violence, Media Clash Over Cause
Egyptian Military's Credibility Is at Stake
Outrage over woman's beating fuels new Egypt protests
Muslim Brotherhood criticizes Egypt's military crackdown on protests
CAIRO — On the third day of clashes between hundreds of protesters and Egyptian soldiers Sunday, the country's largest and most important political force, the Muslim Brotherhood, rebuked the country's military leaders, saying it incited the violence. ...
Egypt's Islamists claim election lead
Egypt Islamists claim lead in election second round
Egypt's Brotherhood says gets 40 pct in latest vote
Egypt's Gas Export Pipeline Hit by 10th Explosion This Year
By Ola Galal - Sun Dec 18 13:17:48 GMT 2011 Egypt's North Sinai gas pipeline, which transports gas to Israel and Jordan, was attacked for the 10th time this year, Egyptian Natural Gas Co. Chairman Magdi Tawfik said. Unidentified attackers planted two ...
Egypt's gas pipeline to Israel attacked for 10th time
Egypt pipeline to Israel, Jordan attacked again
Blast hits Egypt's gas pipeline to Jordan, Israel
Egypt Stocks Fall on Deadly Cairo Clashes; Tadawul Extends Gains
18 (Bloomberg) -- Egyptian shares tumbled the most in almost a month after clashes in Cairo this weekend left 10 dead, raising concern economic growth will slow further. Saudi Arabia's measure rose for a third day on Sabic's dividend plan. ...
Egypt Shares Fall Most in Month After Deadly Clashes in Cairo; Comi Drops
Egypt annuls 1990s deal to sell state company
CAIRO Dec 18 (Reuters) - An Egyptian administrative court has ruled that the sale of a state-owned company more than 13 years ago was null and void, sparking fears that ownership of a large number of firms on the bourse may be in doubt, traders said on ...
Violence continues in Egypt's clashes amid condemnation
18 (Xinhua) -- A total of 103 security force members and three officers were injured when protesters hurled stones and Molotov cocktails in downtown Cairo on Sunday, the third consecutive day of violent clashes in the capital of Egypt. ...
Egypt's richest Library set on Fire
Egypt loses rare text in anti-military violence
213-year-old Egyptian Maps, Manuscripts Destroyed as Protesters Burn Library
Egypt: Women Against SCAF - Who Wins?
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Almost a year into Egypt's revolution in which millions of people took to the streets calling for dignity, freedom and social equality, the series of violations against women continues. It has been a year during which the Supreme Council for Armed ...
Egypt's Military council defends right to protect public property
'Egypt military seeking permanent seat'
Occupy Cabinet: Egypt in Blazes
As the links with Egypt's boy king and the castle are revealed, a tantalising ...
Perhaps Carson the butler will run up screaming from the cellars after discovering an Egyptian mummy? Maybe one of Lord Grantham's girls will suffer a mysterious insect bite during a tryst beside a pyramid? But if anyone starts to have a go at Downton ...
Egypt's revolution: no stability in sight
Ten months after Egypt's revolution ended Hosni Mubarak's 30-year dictatorship, there is no sign of stable government arriving any time soon. After two days of pitch battles with the military in downtown Cairo, 10 protesters have been killed and over ...
The Facebook Revolutions: One Year On
By Josh Peterson Published: 10:25 AM 12/18/2011 | Updated: 12:15 PM 12/18/2011 By Josh Peterson Protesters run from tear gas during clashes with Egyptian riot police in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2011. Firing tear gas and rubber ...
Egypt and Tunisia on the birthday of the Arab Spring
Blog: Bouazizi's unfinished business
Tunisa leads the way for Arabs striving for democracy