Palestinian factions head for Egypt to declare unity
GAZA, May 2 (Xinhua) -- Representatives of most Palestinian factions have left the Gaza Strip on Monday, heading for Cairo to attend the signing of a national Palestinian agreement that opens the door for reconciliation. ...
Hamas officials in Egypt to discuss reconciliation deal
Egypt issues threats against Israel in advance of Hamas-Fatah agreement
US urged to recognise Palestinian state as Fatah and Hamas end rift
Sydney Morning Herald
EGYPT: Islamic leader condemns Osama bin Laden's sea burial
Los Angeles Times
The head of Cairo's Al Azhar institution, the most influential seat of Sunni Muslim learning, said that the burial of Osama bin Laden at sea was a violation of Islamic tradition. The action “runs contrary to the principles of Islamic laws, ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood says Bin Laden should have been tried
Egypt Muslim Brotherhood condemns Bin Laden death
'Islam is not Bin Laden', say Egypt Muslim Brothers
Monsters and Critics.com
British foreign secretary in Egypt for talks on transition, region
Monsters and Critics.com
British Foreign Secretary William Hague (L) leaves Arab League headquarters following his meeting with Secretary General of the Arab League Amr Moussa (R) in Cairo, Egypt, 02 May 2011. According to media sources, Foreign Secretary William Hague will ...
Egypt tightens security at US, UK embassies following bin Laden's death
Egypt puts US and UK embassies on high alert after Bin Laden assassination
Egypt says has no comment on bin Laden death; tightens security
Ethiopia Freezes Nile Water Treaty in Sign of Thaw With Egypt
Voice of America
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Meles Zenawi has told a visiting Egyptian delegation he will freeze consideration of a treaty that would reverse colonial-era agreements giving Egypt and Sudan rights to 90 percent of the Nile's water. ...
Egyptian Delegation Receives Warm Welcome in Ethiopia
Uprising Realigns Qatar, Egypt Relations With Eritrea, Ethiopia
In Egypt, a Muted Response to Bin Laden's Death
Wall Street Journal (blog)
CAIRO — In the capital of Egypt, the Arab world's most populous country, news of Bin Laden's death was met by muted responses, amid the historic political and social changes underway in the nation. At a newspaper stand in Cairo's clotted downtown, ...
Egypt's al-Zawahri likely to succeed bin Laden
Egyptians see bin Laden's death 'insignificant,' others mourn him
Bin Laden deputy may be more dangerous
Lara Logan's '60 Minutes' Interview On Egypt Assault: I've 'Broken The Silence ...
In the interview, Logan recounted her sexual assault in Egypt in harrowing, unsparing detail. The interview included footage from Logan's reporting on the night of the assault. Her crew's cameras captured her covering the celebrations that had erupted ...
CBS reporter Lara Logan: I feared a 'torturous death' in Egypt
Lara Logan Speaks Out About Being Attacked In Egypt
CBS' Lara Logan reveals she was stripped, nearly scalped in Egypt sexual ...
China, Egypt vow to strengthen cooperation
Yang said Egypt was the first Arab country to recognize New China and establish strategic cooperation partnership, with bilateral ties on a substantial basis which can be regarded as an example of south-south cooperation. The year 2011 marks the 55 ...
Egypt's Workers Keep the Revolution Alive
The revolution began only with the solidarity of all of Egypt's workers with Shabeen el Kom. The revolution began only when all the workers stood up and demanded a minimum wage of 1200 LE. . . . And this is only the least of the workers' demands. ...
Egypt Celebrates International Workers' Day For First Time Since 1952
Labor Day in Tahrir: New freedom and challenges ahead
Egypt's May Day celebrations end on sour note
Egypt: We don't have to sell gas to Israel
Egyptian Finance Minister Samir Radwan has been quoted as saying that the 1979 Israel-Egypt peace treaty does not obligate his country to sell natural gas to the Jewish state. Radwan gave an interview to a local newspaper during a visit to Kuwait on ...
Call for mass anti-Israel demonstration in Egypt
Egypt: Former ambassador defends Mubarak's policy towards Israel
Jordan hunkers down as Egyptian gas supplies disrupted
Meanwhile, in Cairo....
CAIRO--In a sign of the increasing confidence of Egypt's Islamists, the Muslim Brotherhood said it will compete for 45% to 50% of seats in this fall's parliamentary elections, according to a statement released by the group on ...
Muslim Brotherhood Raises Its Sights in Egypt
Will the Muslim Brotherhood soon control Egypt's parliament?
Egypt military warns against sectarian strife