New York Times
Egypt must resist relapse to despotism
(CNN) -- Since President Hosni Mubarak fell in February, Egypt has become a freer country in many ways. But the ruling military council is continuing his tradition of using the threat of an Islamist takeover to perpetuate a government under which one ...
Egypt's Economy Slows to a Crawl; Revolt Is Tested
Political forces voice concerns over Brotherhood party
United States should lead the way to democratic change in Egypt
Egypt Resumes Gas Supplies To Israel, Jordan
(RTTNews) - Egypt has resumed its gas supplies to Israel and Jordan after a 45-day gap caused by an attack on a pipeline in the Egyptian side of the Sinai desert, Egyptian officials said Friday. Israel and Jordan also confirmed the resumption of gas ...
Egypt resumes natural gas exports to Israel after 6-week cutoff caused by ...
Egypt resumes gas supplies to Jordan
Egypt resumes natural gas supply to Israel
If you had to tell the story of Egypt's popular revolt through one patch of land, that patch of land would be Madinaty – a dust-blown wasteland deep in the desert to the east of the capital, and eventual home to a $3bn commercial complex featuring ...
Mubarak sons face hard labour as father watches legacy unravel
UN rights team sees Egypt long way from democracy
Egypt's Backward Turn
Egypt's minister for antiquities talks Tut, tombs
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Q: The pyramids in Egypt have long been a tourist attraction. The uprising has scared some people away. How important is tourism to your work? A: Without tourists, I cannot restore the monuments. Second, the money that comes from tourists I use to ...
King Tut: Buried in a Rush
Rushing to bury King Tut
New Egypt's seniors ready for final challenge in Group 1 state final
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Michaela Meleg and her New Egypt teammates will take on Whippany Park for the Group 1 state title on Saturday. - (Martin Griff/The Times of Trenton) Kayla Soles, the senior shortstop from New Egypt, is quite sure of one thing leading into her team's ...
New Egypt softball's four tight-knit seniors get one last go-around
Still waiting for that new Middle East
The situation so far: Egypt and Tunisia, the most moderate and pro-Western countries in the region, have seen their governments toppled. In Libya and in Yemen, there is a bloody civil war. In Syria, Bashar Assad is killing civilians by the hundreds in ...
Rep. Steve Cohen of Memphis wraps up trip to Israel
Arab revolutions mask economic status quo
Moussa calls for dialogue between Iran and Arab states
Egypt: Shalit talks moving forward
The anonymous official told al-Hayat, an Arabic newspaper in London, Egypt is studying the conditions laid out by Israel and the Palestinian Hamas organization, Ynetnews reported. "We are currently studying each of the sides' positions in order to ...
Report: Egypt takes lead on Shalit deal
In Gaza, time to try a new option
The Palestinian move
As Islamists Flex Muscle, Egypt's Christians Despair
Wall Street Journal
QENA, Egypt—Five weeks after the fall of the Egyptian regime, Ayman Anwar Mitri's apartment was torched. When he showed up to investigate, he was bundled inside by bearded Islamists. Mr. Mitri is a member of the Christian Coptic minority that accounts ...
Survey: Egypt Wants Only Advisory Roles for Religious Leaders
As Egypt attempts to lay the foundations for its new long-term government, a recent poll suggests that most Egyptians only want an advisory role for religious leaders. Thousands of Egyptian anti-government ...
Plans on track for September elections
'Iran-Egypt ties practically resumed'
Egyptians back keeping clerics out of politics
Post-revolution, Egypt counts the cost
Sydney Morning Herald
EGYPT'S economy, whose inequities and lack of opportunities helped topple a government, has now ground to a virtual halt, further wounded by the revolution itself. The 18-day revolt stopped new foreign investment and decimated the pivotal tourist ...
Revolution youth discuss Egypt's economy with Qatari ambassador in Cairo
Economic turmoil challenges Egypt reform