Egypt travel advice relaxed by UK Foreign Office
Earlier David Cameron visited Egypt and held talks with the head of the armed forces and the caretaker PM. Mr Cameron said Egypt had a "great opportunity" to push for democracy. He also condemned violence in neighbouring Libya, where the reaction of ...
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With new Egypt, Israel worries about Iran
On the other hand, the popular protests, that stated in Tunisia and then spread to Egypt, show that the people in the Middle East have chosen to change the regional order. Israeli officials have repeatedly voiced their concerns over the possible ...
Two Iranian Warships to Pass Through Suez Canal Tuesday
EGYPT: Iranian naval vessels seek to pass through Suez Canal on Tuesday
Report: Iranian warships to pass through Suez on Tuesday
Egypt gears up to evacuate citizens
Egypt's army has set up two field hospitals on the border with Libya near the Salloum border-crossing town to receive returning Egyptians. Libyan guards have withdrawn from their side of the boundary following anti-government protests, the army said on ...
Steve Bell on Egypt
Egypt army: Libya border under control of 'people's committees'
What on earth is Call Me Dave doing in Egypt?
Fox News (blog)
Why CBS reporter Lara Logan wanted to report in Egypt
Ever since "60 Minutes" reporter Lara Logan was sexually assaulted while in Egypt earlier this month, there has been a near-continuous debate about whether or not it is safe for American journalists (particularly those with familiar faces) being in ...
Lara Logan: Troubling New Details of Assault in Egypt Revealed
Assaulted CBS Reporter Lara Logan Felt Egypt Revolt "Too Important" Not to Report
Lara Logan, CBS reporter covering Egypt revolt, suffered 30 minutes of hell in ...
From Egypt to Wisconsin: Solidarity through pizza
San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
Apparently, someone in Egypt decided the folks in Madison, Wisc., need pizza. Politico reports that Ian's on State Street - part of a regional pizza chain - has received hundreds of donations for free pies for the Wisconsin protesters from all over the ...
Ian's Pizza Connects Egypt Wisconsin Protesters
Someone In Egypt Ordered a Pizza For the Protesters in Wisconsin
Free Pizza to Protesters in Madison - From Afar, Very Afar
Amanpour: Important Differences Between Libya and Egypt
As we watch protests and violent crackdowns unfold in Libya, it is important to keep in mind key differences between Egypt and Libya, and that we should not expect an identical course to unfold there. One important distnction is how very difficult it ...
Arrests in Zimbabwe for Seeing Videos
New York Times
JOHANNESBURG — Dozens of students, trade unionists and political activists who gathered to watch Al Jazeera and BBC news reports on the uprisings that brought down autocrats in Tunisia and Egypt have been arrested on suspicion of ...
Zimbabwe Arrests Over 'Egypt-Style Protests'
Zimbabwe activists tortured after meeting on Egypt, lawyers say
Gwisai arrested, badly beaten, over 'plotting' Egypt style protest
The Guardian (blog)
Video: Bahrain's Army Deliberately Kills Peaceful Protesters
The recent unrest in Tunisia & Egypt has sent a clear message to Middle Eastern & Northern African dictators, the people have had enough and have gained the confidence and strength to rise up against these regimes to institute change within their ...
Arab spring will not see an economic boom
Rising Mideast Tensions Could Send Investors to the Sidelines
Second wave of sandstorm
Why you should care about what is going on in Egypt
What happened in Egypt seems to be picking up steam. It is spreading, and we are on the brink of -- well, I guess we may soon see. The world may gain a number of new and legitimate democracies, or we may see an increase of theocratic regimes bent on ...
Iran, Syria and Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
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In search of an African revolution
Outlook on Yemen Similar to Egypt, Abroad and in Bed-Stuy
Like Egypt's government, Yemen also has employed media-crushing tactics, blockading foreign media reporters, confiscating memory cards from cameras, and shutting down the country's access to the Internet. And also, similar to the struggle in Egypt, ...
Why Yemen's youths are not bowing to government pressure, violence
Yemeni president says he will not resign