Egypt's Military Censors Critics as It Faces More Scrutiny
New York Times
In a recent interview, a military official, demanding anonymity in keeping with military protocol, insisted that the military accepted the public's right to criticize while it was playing the political role as Egypt's interim ruler. ...
Egyptians decry 'virginity tests' on detained protesters, urge military rulers ...
Egypt's military prosecutor summons critics
Egypt army questions journalists, blogger
Hurriyet Daily News
What are Egypt and Tunisia doing to get their aid?
Washington Post (blog)
What was new was mostly the money, which Obama intends to pour into Tunisia and Egypt. [I]t will be the policy of the United States to promote reform across the region, and to support transitions to democracy. That effort begins in Egypt and Tunisia, ...
Saudis trying to choke Arab Spring
The New Egypt
G-8 Leaders Move Forward to Aid Egypt and Tunisia
Egypt and the Arab fall
Los Angeles Times
The chairman of Egypt's stock exchange undertook an urgent mission last month to the Persian Gulf, where he implored rich Arabs to invest in Egypt's bourse. Low share prices and limited political risk, Mohamed Abdel Salam claimed, ...
Egypt's Christians Fear Violence as Changes Embolden Islamists
Violence Against Egypt's Christians Linked to War on Israel
Patrick Buchanan: Democratic Dawn, Or Darkness – OpEd
'Abbas to Egypt: Convince Hamas to accept Fayyad as PM'
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has appealed to Egypt to intervene with Hamas to agree to the appointment of Prime Minister Salam Fayyad as head of the Fatah-Hamas unity government. Abbas met on Monday in Cairo with Gen. ...
Abbas in Egypt for talks with military leader
Abbas, Egypt's Tantawi discuss efforts for peace process
Abbas to discuss Palestinian statehood bid with Egypt's top general
Egyptian bloggers protest against 'virginity tests'
AP, Updated: June 01, 2011 08:20 IST Cairo: Activists and bloggers are pressing Egypt's military rulers to investigate accusations of serious abuses against protesters, including claims that soldiers subjected female detainees to so-called "virginity ...
Egyptian general admits 'virginity checks' conducted on protesters
Egypt general defends virginity tests
EGYPT: Amnesty International demands justice for victims of 'virginity tests'
Haniyeh warns Gazans: Respect Egypt at Rafah border
COM STAFF Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh on Tuesday encouraged Palestinians using the recently opened Rafah border crossing with Egypt to respect Egyptian authorities and security forces by not engaging in any activities that could potentially ...
Hamas urges Palestinians not to jeopardize Egypt's opening of Rafah crossing
Egypt opens Rafah border crossing with Gaza Strip, reuniting Palestinians
Israel nervous, but major change in Egypt relations unlikely
Egypt banker accused of assaulting hotel maid
Less than two weeks after a former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was indicted on similar charges, Mahmoud Abdel Salam Omar, 74, the former director of the Bank of Alexandria and now the chairman of the El-Mex Salines Company, was arrested after a ...
Egyptian banker Mahmoud Abdel Salam Omar arrested on sex charges
Ex-Egypt Bank Head Arrested on Sex Charges
Staff safety pressed after 2nd attack at NYC hotel
MIDEAST STOCKS-Oil lifts Gulf markets, Egypt snaps 4-day rally
DUBAI, May 31 (Reuters) - Most Gulf markets gained on Tuesday, buoyed by rising oil prices, while Egypt's main index .EGX30 halted a four-session rally, dragged by stocks to be dropped from the MSCI index. Rising oil prices helped UAE ...
Egypt stocks upbeat on economic support; Gulf markets end mixed
Egypt's Newfound Foreign Policy Assertivness
Huffington Post (blog)
Various Israeli and American officials and academics who have expressed concerns over Egypt's new foreign policy are misreading Cairo's intentions as well as the opportunities that a more confident and independent Egypt presents. ...
Arab revolts jolt Western intelligence
Egypt Rushes Toward Sharia and War