Globe and Mail
Egypt Backs Constitutional Changes That May Aid Brotherhood, Mubarak Party
Voters in Egypt's first referendum after the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak backed a set of constitutional changes that some critics say may favor established groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood in ...
Egypt: Constitution changes pass in referendum
How Egypt's historic referendum could now bolster Islamists
Egypt Approves Amendments
Brother of al-Qaeda's second-in-command arrested again in Egypt
Monsters and Critics.com
Cairo - Mohamed al-Zawahiri, brother of al-Qaeda's second highest commander, was arrested two days after he released from custody in Egypt, a security source said Sunday. Mohamed al-Zawahiri, who was re-arrested on Saturday, had spent more than 10 ...
Egypt rearrests brother of Al-Qaeda number two
Egypt re-arrests brother of al-Qaida's deputy leader 2 days after setting him free
Egypt rearrests Zawahiri's brother after release
UN News Centre
Visiting Egypt, Ban urges country to serve as inspiration for wider Arab world
UN News Centre
20 March 2011 – A successful transition in Egypt towards greater democracy can inspire the rest of the region, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today, urging the country to continue with its recent reforms by holding fair and transparent elections ...
Turkey's lessons for Egypt
Turkey's gentle power in light of the Arab shifts
Global refrain 'Enough!' finally reaches Arab shores, but is it enough for ...
Latest developments in Arab world's unrest
The Associated Press
___ EGYPT Egypt announces overwhelming approval for constitutional changes in a referendum. A massive 80 percent turnout generates 77 percent in favor of changes like limiting the president two four-year terms, eliminating restrictions on political ...
Anti-aircraft fire in Tripoli...Egypt approves changes...Progress, setbacks
CAIRO (AP) — The chief of Egypt's elections commission says voters have overwhelmingly approved a package of constitutional changes. The landmark referendum was approved 77 percent voting in favor. The changes eliminate restrictions on political ...
Terrified Libyans head east for Egypt and plead for western help
Egypt Said to Arm Libya Rebels
Egypt not to participate in military interference in Libya
Egypt stays out of Libya war for security reasons
CAIRO, March 20 (Reuters) - Egypt decided against taking part in military action against neighbouring Libya for reasons linked to internal security and the fact that so many Egyptians live there, the foreign minister said on Sunday. ...
Q&A: Who are the Libyan rebels?
The uprising was also far more violent than in Egypt or Tunisia, with security forces repeatedly using live fire in a bid to crush the protests while civilians responded with their own attacks on military bases. These factors meant that when the ...
Muammar Al-Gaddafi, A Race Against Time
Realities are not always rosy
Libya: Popular Uprising, Civilian War, or Military Attack?
Rubin: Obama Can't Make Friends with Islamists
When Muhamad ElBaradei tried to vote March 19 in the referendum on Egypt's constitutional changes, he was attacked by hundreds of Islamists with stones, at least one of which hit him, and shoes. ”We don't want you,” the mob shouted. ...
Many Egypt Christians vote 'no', fearing Islamists
Hey, President Obama, Watch What Anwar al-Sadat Said About the Muslim Brotherhood!
Egypt clash a must win - Serero
Bafana Bafana have completed the first week of training in preparation for Egypt in a 2012 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier scheduled to be played on Saturday at the Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg. The match kicks off at 8:05pm (SA, CAT, ...
Egypt there for the taking
Egypt squad announced: Zidan to spearhead attack against South Africa
Shehata issues clarion call
Many in Qatar plan to spend summer in Egypt, Tunisia: Survey
DOHA: Many Qataris and GCC citizens here say that they are planning to visit Egypt or Tunisia next summer as a way of supporting the tourism sector in these countries that remains badly hit by the recent uprising. The tourism industry in the Middle ...
Of falling empires
The Arab Spring: events, opinion, perspectives
Women must continue to move the battlefront