EU to Pledge Support for Transition in Arab World
New York Times
BRUSSELS — Slow to react to uprisings in the Arab world and compromised by ties to aged, autocratic rulers, the European Union is now promising full support for democratic reform in Egypt and Tunisia and says it will draw on its own ...
EU foreign policy chief first high ranking diplomat to visit Egypt since ...
China Blocks Coverage of Protests to Squelch Egypt-Style Revolt
Record global food prices and high unemployment helped fuel protests in the Middle East that toppled regimes in Egypt and Tunisia, and which have spread to Libya, Bahrain and other countries. The United Nations' global food price index jumped to a ...
Minorities in Egypt
New York Times
What's next in Egypt? Will there be tolerance for minorities? At the beginning of the year, extremists assaulted Coptic Christians at a church in Alexandria, Egypt. As a Muslim American, I appreciate that my country would not tolerate such a crime ...
Extremists Abduct Daughter of Church Contractor in Egypt
Egypt?s Christians Uneasy About Future
Egypt's Christian population pegged at 5%
Five Ways to Bring Investors Back to Egypt: John Sfakianakis
Although the US has been Egypt's ally, it failed to bring any meaningful economic change to the North African country since the 1980s. Decades of US aid helped create a parasitic class of beneficiaries and an economy that urgently needs to discover new ...
Egypt state media: Mubarak has no assets abroad
Egyptian Pyramids Reopen for Tourism
Egypt: army promises Hosni Mubarak he will not be prosecuted
Saudi Arabia says it's ready to help Bahrain's rulers
Motivated by recent shows of political strength by neighbors in Egypt, demonstrators are taking to the streets of many capital cities to rally for change. By Janine Zacharia and Michael Birnbaum MANAMA, BAHRAIN - Saudi Arabia on Sunday said it stands ...
Unrest in Middle East
Robert Fisk in Manama: Bahrain – an uprising on the verge of revolution
After Egypt revolt, Mideast regimes decide to take off the gloves
Inspired by Egypt, thousands protest on Moroccan streets
Thousands of people flooded on to the streets of cities across Morocco yesterday, hoping to wrest some powers from the ruling monarchy in the first large protests inspired by events in Tunisia and Egypt. ...
Swiss Freeze Assets Linked to Mubarak
Wall Street Journal
ZURICH —Switzerland has frozen tens of millions of Swiss francs in assets belonging to members of the former Mubarak regime in Egypt, as the UK and the European Union move to follow the Alpine country. ...
How a New Swiss Law Can Help Egypt Get Its Money Back
Swiss government freezes tens of millions of francs from Egypt's former regime
Israel eyes Suez trip of Iran warships with worry
The Associated Press
Egypt's new military rulers, who took power from ousted Hosni Mubarak a little more than a week ago, have granted two Iranian warships passage through the strategic waterway — something Israel has made clear it views as a provocation. ...
Netanyahu Blasts Iran For Sending Ships Through Suez
Israel criticizes passage of Iranian warships through Suez Canal
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Libyan city falls to Gadhafi's opponents
CAIRO, Egypt -- Libya's second largest city, Benghazi, fell Sunday after a crack army unit defected to the opposition and clashes spread to the capital, Tripoli, as an uprising against Moammar ...
Protesters gather in Egypt to back Libyans
New bloodshed reported in Libya as Gadhafi battles protests
Libya follows neighbour nations into dissent
The Future of Egypt's Political Soul
World Press Review
The ouster of Egypt's Hosni Mubarak by massive street protests and an assist from the Egyptian military is setting the stage for a titanic battle for the future political soul of the country. After 30 years of repressive, autocratic rule, ...
Can Israel refuse to revisit the cornerstone?
C.W. Gusewelle | Recalling another epic day in Egypt
Will Egypt Be a Partner in Peace?