1 year later, protesters demand answers over Egypt church bombing that killed ...
CAIRO — Hundreds of Egyptians held protests Saturday outside a Cairo courthouse and in the port city of Alexandria to demand answers over who was behind a bombing outside a church a year ago that killed 21 worshippers. The attack in Alexandria took ...
Wall Street Journal
Silent Majority group criticizes US defense of Egypt's NGOs
Security forces raided what it labeled "suspicious and unauthorized" organizations that work on Egyptian soil and under Egyptian law, said the group in a statement. "We reject the barefaced intervention, and any honorable Egyptian rejects it," added ...
Human Rights Organizations under attack in Egypt
Egypt Raids Worry Targets, Draw US Rebuke
Egypt Vows to End Crackdown on Nonprofits
Elliott Abrams: Egypt Raids Could Cost US Aid
By Gary Cohen Raids on human rights groups this week in Cairo by the Egyptian military are raising concerns in the United States -- concerns that may prove costly to that country's armed forces. "The raids on Freedom House, the National Democratic ...
Raids in Egypt - Would US' pressure work?
Should the US Cut Off Aid to the Egyptian Military?
Egypt activists call for vigil in Tahrir Square
Egyptian authorities detain Christian accused of posting image of Islam's ...
CAIRO — Egyptian authorities have detained a Coptic Christian student accused of posting a drawing of Islam's prophet on Facebook that triggered two days of violence in southern Egypt. Gamal Massoud has been accused by fellow students of ridiculing ...
Egypt arrests Christian over anti-Prophet posting
Egypt Muslims, Christians clash
Christians at Risk: A Jew's Concern, Part II*
Los Angeles Times
Egypt's Winds of Change Give Way to Dark Clouds
Right Side News
As President Hosni Mubarak's regime fell in Egypt, some feared that radical Islamists were poised to take over the state and the country. This opinion was not shared in America by leading voices in government and the media, where pundit after ...
Egypt's liberals and the elections
Islamic scholar casts a skeptical eye on the emerging Egypt
Divisions emerge between Islamists in Egypt
Egypt Poised To Take Arab World In New Direction
Khaled Fahmy, history professor at the American University in Cairo, stands in front of crowds in Egypt's Tahrir Square. By Kristin Deasy Khaled Fahmy, a professor at the American University in Cairo, checked his mobile phone as he was leaving a ...
Egypt's longest year
An act of courage that launched a revolution
Spring: Egypt's true revolution is yet to come
Egypt agrees to halt raids
Egyptian authorities agreed Friday to halt raids against nongovernmental pro-democracy groups as senior US officials stepped up pressure for them to stop, US officials said. Kim in charge of military — North Korea announced Saturday that Kim Jong Un ...
Libyan rebel chief warns Egypt over pro-Gaddafi TV
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - A powerful Libyan militia leader warned Egypt Saturday he would use force to close its embassy and shut the border if the military rulers failed to cut off a Gaddafi-era state television station that has broadcast footage of his old ...
A year of Arab bravery: how acts of personal heroism brought tears to ...
By Colin Freeman It was a sunny Friday lunchtime in late January, and outside a mosque near Cairo's Tahrir Square, a large crowd of demonstrators were in a face-off with an equally large crowd of Egypt's hated central security police. ...
The year of dissent: The Arab Spring
Short spring, long winter
Iran and the Islamist Spring
SOMALILAND: Ministers return from Egypt, Kenya
HARGEISA — Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. Mohamed Abdillahi Omar accompanied by the minister for presidential palace Mr. Hirsi Ali Haji Hassan return to the country after a short working trip to Kenya and Egypt. Both ministers held a short briefing at ...