Egypt's prime minister vows to stamp out corruption
CAIRO — Egypt's Prime Minister Essam Sharaf vowed Saturday to press a fight against corruption, responding to public pressure to speed up investigations into alleged graft by allies of ousted President Hosni Mubarak. ...
After Revolt, Egypt Seeks DeMubarakiztion
Egypt's referendum: Why “No” lost and what to do next
With departure of police, Egypt feels free to debate
African Nations Cup Botswana book Cup berth
Minnows Botswana became the first country to qualify for next year's African Nations Cup today while former champions Egypt and Cameroon saw their chances suffer setbacks. Jerome Ramatlhkwane was the hero for the Zebras, scoring the only goal in a 1-0 ...
Botswana qualify and S. Africa, Senegal close
Soccer-Botswana in Nations Cup finals for first time
Botswana eye Nations Cup slot
Garib: Egypt can still qualify
Assistant coach Shawki Garib insists Egypt have not given up hope of qualifying for next year's African Nations Cup despite losing 1-0 to Bafana Bafana in a qualifier at Ellis Park. The result leaves the Pharaohs rooted to the bottom of Group G with ...
Bafana's Killer slays Egypt with late goal
Soccer-South Africa beat Egypt with last kick of the match
Analysis: Egypt pays for being too cautious
Egypt must scrap law banning strikes - rights group
Last week, Egypt's military-backed government approved the draft law, which is valid for as long as Egypt's state of emergency is in force, saying the strikes were damaging the economy. It extends to those who organise strikes. ...
Human Rights Watch denounces Egypt's ban on strikes and protests
Egypt: Revoke Ban on Strikes, Demonstrations
AINA (press release)
Egypt: Law to stifle protest and demonstrations
We agree that there is a need for work to resume normally once again, for Egypt's economy to begin its recovery process, but we also believe that the government's decision to criminalise protests and strikes could provoke further discontentment and ...
Muslims Attack Christian in Egypt, Cut Off His Ear
Who will defend Christians in Egypt?
Bombed Alex church nears restoration, but grievances remain
Gates Feels Foreign Pressure Over Libya
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates traveled this week to Russia, Egypt and Cairo. Gates, a skeptic on military action in Libya a few weeks ago, found himself defending the operation at every stop on his trip. NPR's Rachel Martin has been traveling with ...
Gates urges Syrians "take lesson" from Egypt revolt
U.S. Says Egypt Vote Shouldn't Be Rushed
Gates: Egypt's new groups need time to organize
Sudan to send Egypt 5000 cows as a present
KHARTOUM — Sudan will start sending 5000 cows that it promised as a gift to Egypt next week, the foreign ministry said on Saturday, just ahead of a two-day visit by Egyptian Prime Minister Essam Sharaf. "During his last trip to Egypt (at the beginning ...
Egypt considers promoting cooperation with Nile Basin countries
Soaring prices stoke Sudan discontent
Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood member released from prison
CAIRO: Egypt's Attorney-General has announced the release of member of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), Dr. Osama Suleiman, after serving two years in state prison. Suleiman had previously been released from prison in August 2010. ...
Unholy Alliance in Egypt. By Assad Elepty
Egypt: Arab 'Democracy' Gives Way To A New Islamist State
Egypt Air wipes Israel off the map – a sign of where Egypt could be headed
Syria arrests US citizen for filming
Radwan attended middle school and part of high school in Egypt before returning to Virginia and later enrolling in Texas A&M University. After graduating, he worked in Saudi Arabia for a few years, saved money, then decided to take a year off to travel ...
Austin man reported detained amid Syrian protests
Shabba: SA needed a boost
Siphiwe Tshabalala says Bafana Bafana were eager to ease the country's Cricket World Cup heartache by beating Egypt in a 2012 AFCON qualifier on Saturday night. South Africa consolidated their position at the top of Group G by ousting the Pharaohs 1-0 ...
Mokoena clears air on omission
A Curious Confusion of Global Soccer
Egypt out to defy odds in South Africa