Egypt's Mubarak returns to court in landmark trial
By Tamim Elyan CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, charged with the killing of protesters and abuse of power, was wheeled into court on a hospital trolley on Wednesday as his trial resumed after a delay of almost two months while ...
Egypt to stop virginity testing
Egypt's ousted leader Hosni Mubarak back in court as trial resumes after 3 ...
Egyptian Women Will Not Be Silenced
Islamists in Egypt's tourist spots win surprise support
By Angy Ghannam BBC News, Aswan and Luxor, Egypt These are governorates where tourism is the main source of income and most people work directly or indirectly in the industry. The mainstream Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice party (FJP) took the ...
Egypt Islamist party says wants to boost tourism
Egypt's Islamist hard-liners oppose Christmas greetings
Egypt Islamists vow to protect churches
Egyptian court bans military 'virginity tests'
AP Cairo: An Egyptian court on Tuesday ordered the country's military rulers to stop the use of "virginity tests" on female detainees, in a rare condemnation by a civilian tribunal of a military practice that has caused an uproar among activists and ...
Egyptian Court Bans “Virginity Tests”
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Syria, Egypt and Middle East unrest - live updates
The report says that prosecutors also asked for the director of the Egyptian Museum to be questioned in court. Surveillance cameras from the museum, which is located adjacent to Tahrir Square, reportedly captured video footage of police forces ...
Russia, Egypt urge Syria-AL cooperation
Russian-Egyptian relations are strategic partnership – Lavrov
Arab League monitors on their way to Syria's Homs-Egypt TV
Egyptian army officer's diary of military life in a revolution
Despite the crucial role played by the military in Egypt's upheaval, little is ever heard from those at the heart of the armed forces: the ordinary, mid-ranking personnel whose loyalty to the military, or lack of it, could yet determine the outcome of ...
Saving the Egyptian Revolution from the Military
Egypt's Women of the Revolution! - A List of Martyrs, Mothers, Activists for 2011
Egypt: Tantawi, Mufti Offer Greetings to Local Christians
Israel sees Gaza push despite Egypt crisis
Any move against Gaza, ruled by Hamas militants since 2007, will incense Egypt, where Islamist parties have scored major gains in parliamentary elections and are likely to dominate the next government. Israel fears the Islamists' rising power following ...
Amid bloodshed, Hamas prepares to leave Syria
Analysis: A boiling pot waiting to explode
IDF confirms preparations for extensive future Gaza military action
Egyptian Stocks: Beltone Financial Holding and El Nasr Clothes
28 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's benchmark EGX 30 Index fell 0.9 percent to 3586.55 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo, the lowest level since March 2009. The measure has lost 50 percent this year, the third-worst performer among the world's stock markets tracked ...
Egypt's Beltone says chairman in talks to sell stake
Beltone CEO in negotiations to sell stake
The Voice of Russia
Egypt may support Russia's probe into NATO attacks in Libya – Egyptian Foreign ...
Egypt may join Russia's probe into the deaths of peaceful Libyans killed by NATO air strikes during its military campaign, Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr said on Wednesday. “We are considering this issue and consulting with [our] Russian ...
Russia, Egypt Discuss Investigation of NATO Operations in Libya
Egyptian judge frees anti-junta blogger
One of Egypt's most prominent revolutionaries has been released from jail after almost two months during which he missed the birth of his first child. An Egyptian investigative judge ordered that Alaa Abd El Fattah, who has been at the forefront of ...
Alaa Abdel Fattah, Egyptian Blogger and Critic of Military Regime, Speaks Out ...
Freed @Alaa talks prison, parliament & Egypt's future
Egyptian Blogger Released From Jail
Los Angeles Times
Ourview | Uncertain revolutions
First Tunisia, then Egypt and later Libya overthrew long-reigning despots much like Eastern European countries did two decades ago. As the year draws to an end, what does the Middle Eastern ledger look like? A one-word summation would be: uncertain. ...
Egypt: Islamists consolidate gains in 2nd round of parliamentary elections
ElBaradei: US Seeking Hard to Stop New Egypt from Annulling Camp David Treaty
Egypt Islamist parties the big winners in second round of voting