New Egypt? 7000 civilians jailed since Mubarak fell
CAIRO -- Egypt's military rulers told human rights advocates Monday that at least 7000 civilians have been sentenced to prison terms by military courts since Hosni Mubarak was ousted - an astoundingly high number likely to fuel debate ...
Egypt's Interim Rulers Learn the Democracy Game
No to Military Trials, Yes to meeting with Egypt's military rulers
London Dispatch / Ray Moseley: In Britain, prominent Egyptians (anonymously ...
Mother of Israeli spy suspect denies accusations
By the CNN Wire Staff New York (CNN) -- The mother of Ilan Grapel, a 27-year-old law student who has been detained in Egypt on suspicion of spying for Israel, denied Monday that her son was involved in espionage. "There is no chance he's a spy," Irene ...
US: We are providing help to alleged Mossad spy in Egypt
Report: Israeli said arrested for spying in Egypt entered country with forged ...
American Law Student Arrested as 'Spy' in Egypt
Egypt Debt Buoyed by Obama Guarantee for $1 Billion Eurobonds: Arab Credit
Yields on Egypt's one-year bills jumped to the highest level since November 2008 following the uprising that ousted President Hosni Mubarak in February. The country last sold international debt in April 2010. “The American backing is a complete game ...
Egypt's liberal and socialist parties seek united front
EGYPTIAN LIBERAL and leftist parties scrambled yesterday to form a united front to counter the decision of the Muslim Brotherhood and secular Wafd to field a unified list of candidates for the parliamentary election scheduled for September. ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood forms coalition with liberal party
In Cairo, Hope Endures for Egypt's Revolution
Draft law governing Egypt elections sees backlash from wide spectrum of parties
High cost of stability in Egypt
The widespread grass-roots protests that broke out in Egypt this spring succeeded in accomplishing what many skeptics doubted they could: ousting long-serving strongman Hosni Mubarak and ending his 30-year authoritarian rule. But now, some four months ...
Egypt, Iran see need to mend ties, say experts
Egypt tells Iran that Gulf security is "red line"
Egyptian Politician: Saudi, US Seeking Hard to Hinder Tehran-Cairo Rapprochement
Egypt Resumes Exporting Natural Gas to Israel, Official Says
Egypt resumed exporting natural gas to Israel and Jordan, said an official at state-owned Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Co. The shipments started June 10 after repairs following an explosion in April that ...
Kingdom to receive Egypt gas at full capacity by month end
"Jordan still pays less than Israel for Egyptian gas"
Egypt resumes natural gas exports to Israel after 6-week cutoff caused by ...
Unpacking The Secret $2 Million Internet In A Suitcase
The US government's newest tool for global information sharing could have big implications in Libya, Egypt, Syria, and beyond. So how exactly does this technology work? In a story yesterday the New York Times stirred up a huge amount ...
NYT: US funds censor-evading Internet work
US Funding 'Shadow' Networks for Repressed
US Underwriting 'Shadow' Internet
Arab Spring Leaves Egypt In An Economic Slump
Tourism has dropped since the revolution that removed President Hosni Mubarak from office, and Egypt's economy is sagging. A vegetable seller waits for customers at Ataba market in Cairo. Tourism has dropped since the revolution that removed President ...
Egypt detains former Israeli military officer as alleged spy
Egypt opposition leader may not run for president
Egypt detains alleged Israeli Mossad agent over spying charges
Egypt charges 20 in April sectarian incident
CAIRO, June 13 (Reuters) - Egypt's public prosecutor on Monday ordered 20 suspects to be tried for murder and sedition over the death of two people in April, signalling a tougher stance on sectarian tensions. The prosecutor said 18 of the suspects in ...
Egypt Refers 20 People to Trial for Deadly Sectarian Violence
Creating a culture of peace in Egypt
Egypt: Islam: The future of the "Arab Spring", held back by poverty and ...