Egypt's Chief of Antiquities Says He's Not Staying On
New York Times
Zahi Hawass, Egypt's chief antiquities official for almost a decade and a cabinet minister since January, said Thursday that he would not stay on in a newly formed government. Zahi Hawass has posted a list of sites that have been looted ...
Egypt Says Antiquities in 'Grave Danger' From Looters
Zahi Hawass Quits Egypt Cabinet, According to News Report
Met Director 'Increasingly Concerned' Over Egyptian Historical Sites
Competing Muslim Brotherhood visions for Egypt
The Muslim Brotherhood is vying to become an official party in post-Mubarak Egypt. The conservative Islamist views of some of the group's members scare many in Egypt and the West, but, as Tim Whewell has been finding out, many members, ...
Islamists and democracy
Arab revolutions leave al-Qaeda behind
Egypt's new guiding lights
With more protests planned, Egypt's prime minister steps down
CAIRO -- Egypt's military rulers announced the resignation Thursday of Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq - an apparent concession to opposition activists who are calling for a broad purge of former regime figures as Egypt plods toward a more ...
Egypt PM resigns, but protesters vow to stay in Tahrir
Egypt's Prime Minister Resigns
Egypt's delays opening of stock exchange
More On US Military Flights to Tunisia/Egypt
ABC News (blog)
President Obama announced today that he had approved the use of military planes to transport Egyptian refugees from the Tunisian border back to Egypt. Defense officials says the operation will be run by Africa Command (Africom) which is based in ...
The flight into Egypt and Tunisia
Libya refugee exodus continues
Obama warns of possible bloody gridlock in Libya
Financial Times (blog)
Bahrain May Be Uprising Too Far for Saudis Avoiding Iran's Grip
Instability in Bahrain might affect oil prices more than the ouster of Tunisia's Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in January, Egypt's Hosni Mubarak a month later or the turmoil in Libya, according to Mustafa Alani, ...
Battle for Bahrain: who will win - Iran or USA?
Arab Turmoil Hits Markets
Mideast Unrest Leaves Markets in Panic
Axis of Logic
Why Libya Is Not Egypt: Understanding the Middle East's Despotic Continuum
Huffington Post (blog)
On the "soft" end are Tunisia and Egypt, where longtime strongmen were ousted with surprising ease. Mostly nonviolent popular protests were sufficient to shove them into involuntary retirement. On the "hard" end is Libya's Muammar Gaddafi. ...
Egypt Faces Choice on Economic Fate
Egypt's revolution is just the beginning of change
US losing power game in Middle East
McCain and Lieberman Seek Economic Aid For Egypt
ABC News (blog)
Two key senators today said the US must help Egypt rebuild its economy in the wake of the revolution that swept through the country last month. “I wouldn't take our eye off Egypt,” Sen. John McCain, R-AZ, said at the Brookings Institution in Washington ...
Lieberman, McCain push economic assistance plan for Egypt
McCain: We can't take our eyes off Egypt
McCain: Zuckerberg Made Middle East Revolutions Possible
Lafayette Online News
Egypt's new prime minister holds 2 Purdue degrees
AP Egypt's new prime minister holds two engineering degrees from Purdue University, and one of Essam Sharaf's professors says his ex-student is the kind of honest, progressive leader the Middle Eastern nation needs today. Egypt's military on Thursday ...
Egyptian Prime Minister Essam Abdel-Aziz Sharaf Former Graduate Student at ...
Kansas City Star
Egypt says delays stock market reopening
CAIRO, March 3 (Reuters) - Egypt's stock exchange, closed since Jan. 27 because of the protests that ousted President Hosni Mubarak, has once again delayed its reopening, the stock exchange said on Thursday. The stock exchange will open when the ...
Mubarak 'still in Egypt', says prosecutor
Egypt still waiting for someone to lead
The Viper Vibe: Powerful revolution breaks out in Egypt
More river cruise operators announce plans to return to Egypt
Add Grand Circle Travel and Overseas Adventure Travel to the list of river cruise operators resuming sailings on the Nile in Egypt. The parent company of the two firms today announced it will resume operations in Egypt on March ...
Grand Circle Travel and Overseas Adventure Travel Resume Travel to Egypt and ...