Egypt to vote on constitutional amendments
Los Angeles Times
Egypt's first fully free vote in decades Saturday is to decide whether to accept the ruling military council's proposed democratic reforms. The vote features a bloc of eight constitutional amendments. By Garrett Therolf and Amro Hassan, ...
Egypt Reformers Wary Before Vote
First post-Mubarak vote shows Egypt's divisions
ElBaradei says Egypt must vote 'no'
In a Divided Egypt, the Military and Islamists Play for Political Advantage
CAIRO, Egypt -- On a traffic island-based podium in Tahrir Square, an activist concluded his call for Egyptians to vote down tomorrow's referendum on proposed constitutional amendments, and music started playing. But barely one-hundred feet away on the ...
Egypt to Vote Tomorrow on Constitutional Amendments
Religious propaganda, vote-buying flourish in Egypt ahead of vote
Muslim Brothers, Jihadists and Salafists: Egypt's Islamists come in from the cold
Understanding Egypt's revolution
This is the fifth revolution in the history of modern Egypt since the 19th century. The first revolution was the one that toppled Mohammed Ali. The second is of Ourabi in 1880. The third was in 1919. The fourth was in 1950. The fifth revolution is the ...
Women and Revolution - What Now?
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Taking Stock of the Arab Revolutions
African leaders snuff out flames of discontent
The Associated Press
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Mass demonstrations forced out rulers in Egypt and Tunisia after decades in office, but in Zimbabwe — whose leader has been in power for 32 years — even watching video footage of those uprisings can lead to treason charges ...
Africa: Will popular rebellions spread south of the Sahara? (analysis)
FEATURE-In free Egypt, Jihad leader says time for gun is over
NAHIA, Egypt, March 18 (Reuters) - Abboud al-Zumar went to jail 30 years ago for his role in killing Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. Now a free man, he believes democracy will prevent Islamists from ever again taking up the gun against the ...
New York Times
The Middle East Channel: Revolution's end
CAIRO — On a late evening in early March, down a side street off downtown Cairo, Egypt's revolution is kept alight by a single bare incandescent bulb dangling from an extension cord. Despite being one of the main forces behind the popular overthrow of ...
Cairo Activists Now Struggle With Politics
Women's rights get short shrift in Egypt's makeover
Where are the dictator's helpers?
Egypt stops flights to Libya
Cairo - Egypt suspended all flights to Libya in compliance with a UN Security Council resolution that imposed a no-fly zone over the restive country, an aviation official said on Friday. "After the Security Council issued the resolution, ...
Egypt not to participate in military interference in Libya
Egypt arming Libya rebels, Wall Street Journal reports
Egypt Said to Arm Libya Rebels
When Israel was in Egypt's land ...
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. ...
President Obama: Israel, Please tell me what to do about Egypt?
Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories: "We'll struggle like in Egypt"
New Regimes Might Mean Disaster for the US and Israel
Egypt delays reopening gas pipeline to Israel
WASHINGTON — Egypt's military regime is hesitating to restore natural gas to Israel, a report said. The Washington Institute for Near East Policy said Egypt has been delaying the renewal of gas supplies to Israel. In a report, the institute said the ...
Egypt seeks to end gas exports to Israel
Price of Egyptian Gas to Israel will be reviewed
Egyptian gas flowing again to Israel
Women Key In Education Effort Ahead Of Egypt's Vote
In El Minya, Egypt, Maher Boshra Henein, who runs a nongovernmental organization, took NPR for a ride around the city, the birthplace of Suzanne Mubarak, the ex-ruler's wife. Henein says many places in the city were named for the former first lady, ...