Cairo calmer as Egyptian election resumes
By Marwa Awad and Maha El Dahan | CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt is holding the latest round of its first democratic parliamentary election on Thursday in relative calm after five days of protests in Cairo that prompted a brutal response from security forces. ...
Egypt Bond Rating Cut as Violence Takes Further Toll on Economy
Egypt's ruling military warns of plots by protesters to “topple the state ...
The Associated Press
Egypt's ultraconservative Islamist party says it doesn't oppose peace treaty ...
CAIRO — The spokesman of Egypt's ultraconservative Islamist party told Israeli Army Radio in unprecedented remarks broadcast Wednesday that the group is not opposed to the country's historic peace treaty with Israel. Yousseri Hamad's interview with ...
Egypt's ultraconservatives support Israel treaty
Egyptian Islamists OK with Israeli peace treaty
Egypt'S Army Rulers Hike Tone Against Protesters
By: MAGGIE MICHAEL | AP CAIRO (AP) Egypt's ruling military escalated its tone against pro-democracy activists Wednesday, warning of an attempt to "topple the state," as government media said a plot had been uncovered to use upcoming protests to throw ...
Egypt Continues Voting After Violence
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The military promised a democratic transition in Egypt, but 20 Egyptian police officers were caught on video beating a woman and stripping off some of her clothes. The violent images have fueled more protests. We spoke to Mona Seif, a female activist, ...
UN News Centre
Egypt: UN official deplores reported attacks against female protesters
UN News Centre
The head of the United Nation entity tasked with promoting gender equality today voiced concern over reports of attacks against female protesters in Egypt who turned up to exercise their freedom of assembly and expression. “Women along with men and ...
Violent protests may extend Egypt army's predominance
A source close to the army told Reuters a popular mandate would not be enough to support Egypt's next president because it would also need the backing of the military elite. “This is a transitional period where one party hands power to another. ...
Egypt: Free Maikel Nabil Sanad - A Prisoner of Conscience
A black Saturday for Egypt
By Maryam Raafat - The Egyptian Gazette CAIRO - Many Egyptians pass this building every day on their way to work and they take great pride in it. They knew the building was something special, but most of them never realised that it was the Egypt's ...
Egypt: Culture Minister - Country Has Three Original Copies of Description De ...
Egypt: UNESCO chief voices concern over fire damage at historic research centre
Egypt Institute burns; scholars try to rescue manuscripts
Egypt: Latest Developments of Parliamentary Elections
Polling centres opened this morning for voters in the first day of the run-off of the second phase of Egypt's parliamentary elections. In this phase elections are held in nine governorates namely, Giza, Ismailia, Suez, Beni Suef, Aswan, Sharkia, ...
Egypt's army rulers hike tone against protesters
Click here Egypt's army rulers hike tone against protesters Originally published: December 21, 2011 3:12 AM Updated: December 21, 2011 4:47 PM By The Associated Press MAGGIE MICHAEL (Associated Press), SARAH EL DEEB (Associated Press) (AP) -- Egypt's ...
The Daily Star
Egypt leading at Qatar Games
By Tamer Mohamed - The Egyptian Gazette CAIRO - Egypt are maintaining their lead in the medals table on the 13th day of the 2011 Arab Games that run from December 9-23 in Doha, Qatar. The Egyptian athletes now have 212 medals – 83 gold, 70 silver and ...
Qatar sports officials say 14 athletes have tested positive for doping at Arab ...
ARAB GAMES DOHA 2011, ROUNDUP
Egypt Retain Arab Games Titles