New York Times (blog)
Egypt workers continue to strike amid fears of revolution backlash
CAIRO - While Egypt's new cabinet ministers are promising to meet the demands of the revolution and save the country from disorder and economic collapse, the opposition wants the new cabinet ...
Egypt's Economy Needs to Change. It Won't
Is Egypt ready for tourists?
Egypt corruption probe: Ex-minister, state TV boss held
Egypt And Israel: Will The Past Dictate The Future?
(RNS) Egypt and Israel aren't your typical neighbors with an occasional across-the-fence feud. The complex relationship between these two nations and peoples that began more than 3200 years ago is one of the world's oldest sagas. ...
With Egypt in turmoil, Israel rethinks readiness for multi-front war
Egypt ex-VP Suleiman was assassination target
AP CAIRO -- Egypt's former Vice President Omar Suleiman was targeted in an assassination attempt during the recent democracy uprising when assailants firing from an ambulance riddled his car with bullets, the foreign minister said. ...
Egypt ex-VP survived 'car shooting'
Egypt confirms assassination attempt on Suleiman
Former Egypt Official Survived Assassination Attempt, Ahram says
The Middle East Channel: Reflections on the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt
An apparently frozen political and social situation has melted almost overnight in the heat of the popular upsurge that took over the towns and cities first of Tunisia and then of Egypt, and which is now spreading to other Arab countries. ...
Governments scramble to deal with anti-government protests across Arab world
Upheaval Jolts Israel and Raises New Worry
Pro-Democracy Protests Sweep Across Arab World
How not to promote democracy in Egypt
Motivated by recent shows of political strength by neighbors in Egypt, demonstrators in the Middle East and North Africa are taking to the streets of many cities to rally for change. By Thomas Carothers As the US government assesses the uprisings ...
Muslim Brotherhood: Egypt's Peace Treaty With Israel “Null and Void”…
Political Parties Spring Up in Egypt
According to Reports: Media Start Asking Hard Questions About Egypt
South Korea drops leaflets into North about Egypt, Libya
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's military has been dropping leaflets into North Korea about democracy protests in Egypt and also sent food, medicines and radios for residents as part of a psychological campaign, a legislator said on Friday. ...
Are Egypt-inspired upheavals possible in N. Korea?
US To Provide $150 Million to Egypt
(WASHINGTON) -- United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced Thursday the US would be providing $150 million in aid to help Egypt work into a new government following the departure of former President Hosni Mubarak. ...
Clinton answers online questions of Egypt's youth
US Denies Role in Egypt Revolution
Clinton sees validation of Gandhi's principles in Egypt
Postal Service resumes international mail service to Egypt
Washington Post (blog)
The United States Postal Service announced Thursday that it resumed mail service to Egypt this week, including Global Express Guaranteed, Express Mail International, Priority Mail International and First-Class Mail International. ...
International delivery connections with Egypt resume
Egypt: Keep the crusade for women's rights alive
Los Angeles Times
It was inspiring to witness women protest alongside men in Egypt; at the time, it seemed like a movement within a movement. But that swell has since crashed, in great part because of Lara Logan and other female correspondents who've bravely and ...
new dawn for Egypt's women
A Question of Shariah Interpretation: Is Revolution Bad for Women's Rights?
Kansas City Star
Tunisia-Egypt air bridge to evacuate Egyptian nationals from Libya
In a statement to reporters, Ismail said that Egyptian airplanes would carry Egyptian passengers from the Djerba and Qabes airports in Tunisia back to Egypt. The minister stressed that he was keeping apprised of the latest news coming out of the ...
Libya crisis is new headache for Egypt's military rulers
EGYPT: Economy to take a hit from Libya turmoil
Egypt border tribes declare support to Libya revolt