Egypt's Tahrir clashes rage on, army unrepentant
By Marwa Awad and Edmund Blair | CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian police and soldiers using batons and teargas have fought opponents of army rule in Cairo for a fourth day, taking the death toll since Friday to 13, according to medical sources. ...
Egyptian military defends crackdown on demonstrators
Egypt's military council blames protesters for violence
VIDEO: Egyptian soldiers beat Tahrir woman, couple
Egypt's military lashes out at protesters
Albany Times Union
Egyptian protesters try to salvage valuable books and documents from the two story building of the Egyptian Scientific Complex, that is now in danger of collapsing after it was almost gutted by fire which broke out during clashes with army soldiers ...
Egypt riots threaten cultural sites as Cairo library goes up in flame
Confidence Grows on Islamist Boost to Egypt Economy
Wall Street Journal
But he and many other small-business owners are growing more optimistic in the belief that help for Egypt's ailing economy is near—not from Western-educated economists, but from the Quran-quoting Islamists who appear on track to win about two-thirds ...
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A depressing reality about Egyptian politics
Factbox: Arab Spring momentum in Middle East, North Africa
UN News Centre
UN slams Egypt's violent suppression
THE UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, has condemned Egypt's "ruthless violence" and "inhuman acts" in the suppression of protests in Cairo. Egyptian security forces have clashed for a fourth straight day with demonstrators demanding ...
Egypt: UN human rights chief condemns brutality against protesters
UN rights chief slams Egypt crackdown
Egypt's SCAF hasn't learned, Pillay says
Clinton blasts Egypt's 'shocking' treatment of women
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton denounced Egypt's treatment of women as "shocking" and a "disgrace" to the state after troops were shown ripping off a female protester's clothes. In unusually strong remarks, Clinton accused Egyptian authorities ...
Turkey says concerned over violence in Egypt
US Secretary of State Clinton says beating women in Tahrir Square disgraces Egypt
Hillary Clinton expresses concern about violence in Egypt
North Korea Mourns, Egypt Clashes & Spirit of Giving
Plus, renewed clashes broke out in Cairo this weekend once again throwing the Egyptian city into a state of disorder. Video of women beaten in the street and government buildings set ablaze have sparked public outrage leaving many to wonder what was ...
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When an Egyptian becomes an 'it': the psychology of state violence
These – and other, even more horrific images – have been seen in recent weeks on Egyptian and international news media and social networking sites. Such images – which have accompanied escalating clashes between Egyptian protesters and the ruling armed ...
Plot to burn Egypt parliament: Military
Times of India
CAIRO: Egypt's ruling military council, which is governing the country after president Hosni Mubarak was overthrown, said on Monday that there was a plot to burn down the parliament. General Adel Omara, a member of the Supreme Council of the Armed ...
Egypt activists call for Friday demo against military rule
SCAF blames violence on “methodical plot” to ruin Egypt, MPs declare open sit-in
Egypt military claims to reveal plot to burn parliament building
Protesters 'Deserve to Be Thrown Into Hitler's Ovens,' Egyptian Military ...
New York Times (blog)
By ROBERT MACKEY Video posted online by Egyptian activists appeared to offer clear evidence that flaming Molotov cocktails were hurled at protesters from the top of a building controlled by soldiers on Saturday. As my colleague David Kirkpatrick ...
Egypt sees angry responses over military's “Holocaust” comments
In Egypt, non-revolution films speak volumes
Los Angeles Times
Amr Salama's "Asmaa," which is currently playing in Egyptian theaters, tackles the stigma of HIV, while Mohamed Diab's "Cairo 678," which played here earlier this year, looks at an unspoken epidemic of sexual harassment. If neither seems the stuff of ...