Globe and Mail
Egypt's former first lady hospitalized after detention order
Los Angeles Times
Hours after Egypt's former first lady, Suzanne Mubarak, was ordered detained as part of the widening corruption investigation of her husband's regime, she was hospitalized after reportedly ...
Ex-First Lady Of Egypt Is Detained In Inquiry
Egypt's former first lady said to have suffered a heart attack
Lawless climate threatens Egypt transition
EGYPT: Thousands march in Tahrir Square, Coptic Christians continue sit-in
Los Angeles Times
Thousands of protesters marched in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday to stress the unity between Egypt's Muslims and Christian Copts following sectarian clashes that ended with a dozen dead and more than 200 injured last week. The march, which coincided ...
Tahrir Square fills again as Egypt holds Mubarak's wife for crimes against state
Thousands Demand Reform in Egypt, Mubarak's Wife Hospitalized
Egypt's youth unites against the old guard
Ethiopia-Egypt Talks Yield 'New Environment' in Nile Dispute
Voice of America
Egypt's prime minister says his just-completed visit to Ethiopia has opened a “whole new environment” for settlement of the longstanding dispute over sharing the waters of the Nile River. As he completed a two-day visit to Uganda and Ethiopia, ...
Nile deal deadline passes with three countries yet to sign up
Egypt PM eyes Ethiopia trade boost as Nile row eases
Ethiopia, Egypt and the Millennium Dam By Eskinder Nega
The Guardian (blog)
'It is a shame for America to be afraid of Islam'
CAIRO — Banned for years under President Hosni Mubarak, the Muslim Brotherhood now functions openly in Egypt and is expected to win a sizable bloc of seats in the upcoming parliamentary elections. Washington Post senior associate ...
Islamist Leader Pursues Egypt's Presidency
Egypt after Mubarak: Talking to the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Muslim Brotherhood's Salafi pact puts Egyptian Christians in great danger
Egypt, a new game changer in Middle East
With the dissolution of the quisling government of the US-backed dictator Hosni Mubarak, Egypt progressively moves toward assuming the role of a new game changer in the Middle East. The country is now experiencing an unprecedented ...
Gaza welcomes Egypt's move to ease suffering
Gazans hope opening Egypt border will ease blockade
EGYPT: Jury out on promise to open Rafah
Egypt turns to IMF to close funding gap
Financial Times (blog)
Egypt has turned to the International Monetary Fund to help see it through a gap in financing that has loomed larger and larger since the revolution that toppled the regime of former president Hosni Mubarak. But Samir Radwan, finance minister ...
IMF to visit Egypt offering financial assistance
IMF says Egypt seeks financial help
Egypt requests IMF loan
An Arab Spring in Their Step
Wall Street Journal
In Egypt, on the day after the death of Osama bin Laden, it was immediately clear how much has changed in the region. Though the al Qaeda leader's demise dominated the news, it was, for most Arabs, a story of oddly historical rather than current ...
Democracy's dawn in Tunisia and Egypt?
Egypt 'needs experience at this stage'
Obama Tries Again in the Arab World
The Nation, Pakistan
Egypt revolution film at Cannes stirs anger at home
Daily Star - Lebanon
It is to be shown by Pacha Pictures on a special festival day honoring Egypt on May 18. Two of the 10 directors involved in the film's compilation, Marwan Hamed and Sherif Arafa, are accused of having made adverts for Mubarak's National Democratic ...
Director defends Egypt's revolutionary contribution to Cannes film festival
Egypt revolt film at Cannes stirs anger at home
Egypt Eyes Neighbors Anew After Mubarak's Ouster
Egypt announced on April 29 that it would permanently open the Rafah crossing into the Gaza Strip. An Egyptian soldier (top) keeps watch on the Egyptian side of the Rafah border crossing as Hamas policemen stand guard on the Palestinian side. ...
Amel Pain / EPA
Egypt urges cancellation of pro-Palestinian march to Gaza, giving priority to ...
Egyptian Muslims, Copts Dampen Religious Feuds
Voice of America
Tensions between Christians and Muslims in Egypt have boiled over into sporadic violence for many years, but the dramatic changes in the country have brought the issue once again to the fore. The murder of a parish priest proved the most recent tipping ...
Egypt's New Rulers Must Protect the Copts, not Persecute them
Egypt: Woman Held Over Riot
In search of religious unity