Bahrain unrest: US lobbying effort preceded easing of crackdown on protesters
Inspired by demonstrations in Tunisia and Egypt, protesters are taking to the streets in Bahrain, Iran and Yemen. By Joby Warrick The apparent suspension of a police crackdown on Bahraini demonstrators followed two days of lobbying by the Obama ...
Bahrain Protesters Call for Ouster of Monarchy While Egypt Holds 'Victory March'
President Obama's Bahrain Burden Grows
Crowds in Bahrain Mourn Dead, Protests Continue in Libya, Yemen, Egypt, Iraq
Turkey plays growing political role in Middle East
| AP ISTANBUL, Turkey – As Egypt erupted a few weeks ago, one fellow Muslim country insistently urged President Hosni Mubarak to respond to popular demands. That country was Turkey. The call was a sign of Turkey's growing confidence and stature in the ...
US wants women on Egypt's constitutional committee
WASHINGTON — The United States voiced regret Saturday at the absence of women on a committee tasked with proposing amendments to Egypt's constitution despite their participation in protests that ousted Hosni Mubarak. "Women in #Egypt protested for ...
Brotherhood advises Egypt military to talk to workers
Muslim Brotherhood Speaks Out On Egypt
Why Egypt Needs a Two-Round Presidential Election
Kansas City Star
Egypt revolt becomes global case study
The Associated Press
Yet successful uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia have captivated dissidents and activists around the world who have campaigned in vain for radical change, in some cases for decades. This week, South Korean activists even hoisted helium balloons into the ...
Egypt revolt becomes global case study
The Market Oracle
G20 leaders pledge to help economies of Egypt, Tunisia
(CNN) -- The world's leading nations concluded a two-day G20 meeting in Paris on Saturday by pledging to support the new governments arising in revolution-torn Egypt and Tunisia. "We stand ready to support Egypt and Tunisia, ...
G-20 Country Ready to Support Egypt, Tunisia After Revolts
G20 offers Egypt, Tunisia help, not blessing
Nashville rallies in support of protests in Egypt, Tunisia
Egypt is no longer committed to an alliance with Israel against Iran
There is growing concern in Israel that Egypt will become a hostile front, adding to the feeling of international isolation which has only intensified since Benjamin Netanyahu became prime minister. By Aluf Benn Tags: Israel news Egypt Iran A year and ...
'Process of democracy in Egypt not dangerous for Israel'
The Lede: Day's Updates on the Region
New York Times (blog)
On Saturday, The Lede continues to follow protest movements in Bahrain, Libya, Yemen, Iran, Iraq and Egypt. Updates below mix alerts on breaking news with reports from bloggers and journalists on the ground. ...
EDITORIAL: Arrival of critical mass
The revolution is being televised and tweeted
Bahrain cracks down hard, breaking from Egypt's model
Los Angeles Times
Made in Egypt, a revolution for Arab world
Times of India
Yet, Egypt's peaceful, youth-led mass social uprising dethroned an entrenched dictator in a mere 18 days. The developments in Cairo's Tahrir Square were testimony to the declining global influence of the US media as well as government. ...
Nigeria & post-Mubarak Egypt
How much impact has America had on the Mideast unrest?
The New Egypt
US does not support freedom in Egypt
How do we know, that the next set of government measures will gradually overcome the widening gap between rich and poor, mass poverty and joblessness in Egypt? To check the chances of the people's will to prevail, we look at history: Since the last 15 ...
Egypt protests: fears that the army will install a 'new Mubarak' to keep its ...
Egypt women stand for equality in the square
Egypt greets new era
The Chosun Ilbo
Analysis: Yusuf al-Qaradawi – a 'man for all seasons'
Addressing millions in Tahrir, cleric who has supported suicide bombings in Israel calls for pluralistic democracy in Egypt. A disparate mix of Egyptians packed into Cairo's Tahrir Square for Friday's prayer service-cum-political rally: ...
Exiled cleric back in Egypt
After Long Exile, Sunni Cleric Takes Role in Egypt
Egypt iconic revolution figure Wael Ghonim barred from speaking in Tahrir Square