13 killed in clashes between Copts and Muslims in Egypt
Los Angeles Times
(EPA / March 10, 2011) By Garrett Therolf and Doha Al Zohairy, Los Angeles Times Egypt suffered the deadliest unrest since President Hosni Mubarak's ouster when clashes Wednesday between Muslims and Coptic Christians left 13 dead and 140 injured. ...
Clashes Kill 13 as Old Woes Beset New Egypt
Sectarian clashes in Egypt challenge revolutionary idealism
Egypt's Copts ever more wary after deadly clash with Muslims
ElBaradei Says He Intends to Run in Egypt Presidential Election
In the early part of the interview with Egypt's ONTV, the Nobel Prize winner said he wanted to run in the next election, though he refused to repeat the statement and then said he would only do so if the system was fair. As the show came to an end and ...
ElBaradei to run for president in Egypt
Egypt's ElBaradei to Run for President
Egypt's ElBaradei to run for president
Reuters Blogs (blog)
New York Times
WATCHING events unfold in Tunisia and Egypt last month, the Libyan dictatorship became nervous. Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi's regime promised no-interest loans and free housing, and released several political prisoners, including my two ...
Why Libya's Qaddafi could survive like Saddam in 1991
Do Egyptians want to invade Libya?
The battle for Libya
Globe and Mail
Army Takes Tahrir Square As New Violence Hits Egypt
Mayhem erupted in Egypt's Tahrir Square Wednesday afternoon, as the army clashed with crowds in the spot that was the center of protests against the resigned Hosni Mubarak. Outside of Cairo, other clashes pitted Muslims against ...
Demonstrators Attacked in Egypt's Tahrir Square
The Middle East Channel: America shouldn't hijack Egypt's revolution
Egypt's Cabinet Will Speed Up Moves to Redeploy Police Officers
Arab awakening: What about women?
Christian Science Monitor
An attack in a liberated Egypt on a march for women's rights shows the challenge in carrying out complete revolutions in the region. By the Monitor's Editorial Board / March 9, 2011 Tuesday's attack on Egyptian protesters demanding equal rights for ...
Al-Qaeda looks for Mideast openings to assert its violent narrative
Hypermodernity comes to the Arab world
The rise and fall of Egypt's notorious State Security
In calling for the dissolution of Egypt's notorious State Security, the country's pro-democracy movement has waged its fiercest battle since toppling former President Hosni Mubarak on 11 February. Since Friday, scores of protesters have been storming ...
Egyptians demand end to state security
Egypt: Popular Uprising - Eve of the End of Era of Domination And Transition ...
The so-called US military assistance to Egypt covering 80% the defense budget put the country's Army under Washington's total dependence. In return to such assistance, the Egyptian government became subservient to the US agenda in the political, ...
Presidential hopeful offers vision for 'new Egypt'
In Egypt, Preparations for a Rarity: A Real Vote
Israelis have mixed view of unrest in the Arab world
Libyan official flies to Egypt with Gaddafi message
He said the plane flew over Greece on the way to Egypt. Earlier, a Greek air force source said the plane was a Libyan Airlines Falcon 900 that normally carries VIPs, though the pilot denied that dignitaries were on board. "The pilot tabled a flight ...
Greek official: Libyan jet flies to Egypt
Libyan plane passes through Athens airspace to Egypt
Libya official flies to Egypt with Gaddafi message:
Haddon Township (47) at New Egypt (43), NJSIAA Group Tournament, Semifinal ...
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
When the New Egypt High girls' basketball team played last night, the Warriors fell to Haddon Township, 47-43 in the NJSIAA Group I semifinals. The recap for Monday's Central Jersey sectional final was all about how the Warriors used a ...
Haddon Twp. girls move on to state final | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-03-09
Air Force Transports Refugees Back to Egypt
Department of Defense
WASHINGTON, March 9, 2011 – Two US C-130s will transport Egyptian refugees from Tunisia to Cairo today, Defense Department officials said. “The aircraft should be on the ground in Djerba now,” said Marine Corps Col. ...
Four US Military Aircraft Fly 312 Egyptians Home from Tunisia-Libya Border