Former Egypt Leader Faces More Troubles
Egypt's state prosecutor has ordered a travel ban on Hosni Mubarak and his family — and has frozen their local assets. The former president has been living in the Red Sea resort of Sharm al-Sheikh since resigning earlier this month. ...
Egypt's Exchange Risks Losing Overseas Investors as Locals Protest Opening
Egypt delays expected reopening of stock market
Turkish president to make critical visit to Egypt
Egypt in our hearts
AL TAHRIR SQUARE, Egypt (eTN) - Thousand of Egyptians filled Cairo's symbolic Al Tahrir Square after the last Friday prayers and the day after to celebrate the first month of their successful revolution and the ...
South Africa: Egypt or Libya - Which Message Will Prevail?
Witnessing the demonstrations in Egypt
March Planned Against the Egypt's Military Rule
Iran contacting Arab opposition movements: Clinton
WASHINGTON — US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Wednesday that Iran is directly or indirectly communicating with opposition groups in Egypt, Bahrain and Yemen in a bid to shape events there. It was the first time that Clinton detailed alleged ...
Iran trying to influence Mideast uprisings: Clinton
Egypt and Iran: Middle East giants awaken
Iran: The big winner?
Egypt Faces Choice on Economic Fate
Wall Street Journal
But economic prospects for the Middle East turn on the direction Egypt takes. A decade from now, will Egypt look more like Poland, an Eastern European post-communism success, or more like Pakistan, an economically dysfunctional breeding ground for ...
Democracy in the Middle East
A Quick Peek Inside The Economic Landscape Of The Middle East
WSJ/NBC Poll: Obama Doing OK on Egypt, Libya
Wall Street Journal (blog)
By Patrick O'Connor Americans generally approve of President Barack Obama's handling of the democratic revolts in Egypt and Libya, according to the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll. A majority, 55%, approve of the president's handling of the ...
Palestinian refugees fleeing Libya turned back at border by Egypt authorities
The continuing violence against Libyan protesters has forced thousands of refugees to flock to Egypt's borders in recent days. While many refugees have been granted temporary asylum in Egypt, fleeing Palestinians have gone largely unattended. ...
Britain Plans to Airlift 6000 Refugees From Libya-Tunisia Border to Egypt
Nations launch emergency airlifts on Libyan border
Libya refugee crisis worsens
Egypt, sexual violence and denials of problem
What happened to CBS correspondent Lara Logan on February 11 in Egypt's Tahrir Square in the midst of celebrations at the ousting of Hosni Mubarak was inexcusable, wrong, abhorrent. At the same time it was normal. It is what happens in Egypt when ...
Planned Tahrir demo for allegedly harassed US reporter sparks controversy
Sexual harassment remains an issue for women
Logan assault trains spotlight on little-discussed danger menacing female ...
2 opposition figures released in Egypt
Two senior opposition leaders in Egypt have been released following popular calls on the ruling military to extricate all political detainees. Eng Khairat al-Shater, the deputy chairman of main opposition group Muslim Brotherhood, and the group's ...
Egypt to release Muslim Brotherhood leaders
Egypt frees two senior Muslim Brotherhood members
Egypt releases a second Brotherhood member from prison
Egypt's revolution has been 10 years in the making
People in Egypt have lost their fear, but it did not happen overnight. The Egyptian revolution, rather than coming out of the blue on 25 January 2011, is a result of a process that has been brewing over the previous decade – a chain reaction to the ...
Camden County College panel shines light on Egypt
SPREADING THE WORD: Student in Cairo talks about faith, fear, revolution
Democracy in Egypt
Much has been said of the popular uprising in Egypt that led to the demise of the 30-year autocratic rule of President Hosni Mubarak. For the most part, the discourse has centred on the issue of whether Egypt can emerge from its uprising as the first ...
Gamblers flock to Egypt resort despite unrest
This Is Just the Start
Egypt Reaffirms 'Deep Ties' to Abbas's PA