Foreigners in Libya report being beaten, robbed
Los Angeles Times
Guest workers from Egypt, Tunisia and other nations tell of being attacked by Libyan security forces, robbed and accused of being traitors and inciting the uprising against Moammar Kadafi. By Borzou Daragahi and Garrett Therolf, Los Angeles Times ...
Thousands of foreigners look to leave Libya amid unrest
Egypt backs constitution changes
The army in Egypt has passed a draft of constitutional amendments to be submitted to a national referendum. Under the proposed changes, the president would only be allowed to serve two four-year terms, instead of unlimited six-year periods. ...
Factbox: Proposed changes to Egypt's constitution
Egypt proposes presidency reform
EGYPT: Legal experts offer proposed changes to constitution, including term limits
Analysis: The plagues of Egypt
In Egypt, however, he said that there is no such social contract – no rules, no laws, no restraints and no self-dictatorship. Each person does as he chooses at any given moment, with no selfrestraint or consideration for others, unguided by even the ...
What Is the Muslim Brotherhood?
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood on moderate path
Egypt's Youth Must Stand Their Ground Against Islamic Extremists
Egypt army sorry for beating protesters
The Nation, Pakistan
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian soldiers used force Saturday to break up a protest demanding more political change in Egypt in the toughest move yet against demonstrators who accused the country's military rulers of "betraying the people. ...
Egypt army apologises for beating protesters
Tahrir Square is Already Becoming a Hot Tourist Destination
Egypt's military demands strikes end
Egypt proposes term limits, competitive elections
The eight-member panel also suggested limits on the use of emergency laws – in place in Egypt for 30 years – to a six-month period with the approval of an elected parliament, and beyond that period only if approved by a public referendum. ...
Protesters march in Bahrain, Jordan, Yemen, and Egypt
Huge crowds turned out in Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, and Jordan, but with very different goals. In Egypt, where an 18-day uprising toppled President Hosni Mubarak on Feb. 11, tens of thousands jammed Cairo's Tahrir Square to keep pressure on military ...
The New World Order
Protests in Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, and Yemen: What will be the repercussions?
Telling Libya's story over the Internet
Los Angeles Times
An ad hoc network of information smugglers uses social media, accessed from across the border in Egypt, to share videos and firsthand accounts of the violence. By David Zucchino, Los Angeles Times Suleiman Zjailil is a modern-day town crier. ...
New York Times (blog)
Live Blog - Egypt
From our headquarters in Doha, we keep you updated on all things in Egypt, with reporting from Al Jazeera staff in Cairo and Alexandria. 1:30 pm The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces has apologised for the military's response to the protests ...
Tahrir Square, Egypt's Newest Tourist Draw
Egypt military angers protesters with show of force
Egypt: Year Zero
Mugabe moves to pre-empt Egypt-style uprising
The Zimbabwe Standard
Gwisai, the general co-ordinator of the International Socialist Organisation (ISO), together with the 45, are accused of plotting an Egypt and Tunisia-style uprising to topple a “constitutionally-elected government.” MDC-T legislator for Nyanga North ...
A death wish
Zimbabwe charges 46 with treason for watching videos of Egypt protests
Zimbabweans 'tortured' after Egypt protests meeting
Tunisia, Egypt, now Libya - how investors can protect against a soaring oil price
While investors could shrug off the upheavals in Tunisia and Egypt – neither is of global economic significance – Libya is a different matter. By Tom Stevenson 9:30PM GMT 26 Feb 2011 The spike in the oil price to nearly $120 a barrel is a hint of what ...
The Middle East Crisis: Egypt, Libya and Triple-Digit Oil Prices
Ask the Advisor: Libya, Egypt and Gas Prices