Spanish court sets huge bail for Mubarak associate
Hussein Salem appeared in court twice on Friday - once in connection with a warrant issued from Egypt, and then on suspicion of money laundering in Spain. Bail set in the separate hearings reached 27m euros ($39m; £24m). Spanish police also froze more ...
Mubarak associate's assets frozen
Spanish Embassy in Egypt not involved in Salem case
Arab Spring: In Foreign Aid to Egypt and Tunisia, Questions Loom
International Business Times
As the international community prepares to deploy aid for Egypt and Tunisia's ailing economies, it faces the daunting question of how to do so without perpetuating the endemic corruption and government ...
Where the Arab spring will end is anyone's guess
Work in progress
Parallel power lust
Egypt's Bedouins begin to demand equal citizenship rights
By IRIN, part of the Guardian's Development Network A Bedouin woman from al-Aweida tribe heats bread next to her tent in north Sinai in Egypt. Photograph: Amr Dalsh/Reuters Moussa Al Dalah, a 35-year-old tribal leader from Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, ...
Ackerman intervenes on behalf of former intern arrested in Egypt
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Y.) has made appeals to Egyptian officials on behalf of Ilan Grapel, the American-Israeli jailed in Egypt and the congressman's former intern. Grapel faces espionage charges as early as next week, reportedly for sending emails about his encounters in ...
'US consul in Egypt tells Grapel he is in big trouble'
American held in Egypt 'in big trouble'
Report: US consul says Grapel is 'in big trouble'
Morning moments in Cairo's monolith
Sydney Morning Herald
IN THE years before Egypt's last revolution in 1952, the Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin had an idea about how to influence the Arab world's most important nation. He bestowed the gift of a mighty building that would become Egypt's indispensable ...
Egypt struggles to lure tourists back to the country
For Egyptian online warrior, father's torture fueled activism
Los Angeles Times
Zahi Hawass: Come to Egypt — it's safe and secure
Los Angeles Times
The antiquities chief updates a crowd at the Bowers Museum on the state of Egypt's archaeological sites after the revolution this year. Zahi Hawass, Egypt's antiquities minister, speaks to an overflow crowd at the Bowers Museum on Wednesday to ...
Egypt's antiquities minister cleared in appeal
Egypt's Zahi Hawass found innocent
Zahi Hawass and Gihan Sadat on American tour to promote tourism to Egypt
Did Egypt really open Rafah crossing?
Asia Times Online
For most Palestinians, leaving Gaza through Egypt is as exasperating a process as entering it. Governed by political and cultural sensitivities, most Palestinian officials and public figures refrain from criticizing the way Palestinians ...
Palestinian travellers frustrated over Egypt's reluctance to keep its promises
Palestinians caught smuggling Israeli weapons into Egypt
Analysts Question al-Zawahri's Skills to be al-Qaida's New Leader
Voice of America
... and that he was always sort of the climber and wasn't as necessarily focused on the overall organization as he was with his own interests, whether they be personal or the focus on Egypt at the expense of other places," Fishman said. ...
Al-Qaeda Names Egypt-Born Ayman Al-Zawahiri to Replace Bin Laden as Leader
Timeline: Messages attributed to al Qaeda's Zawahri
Ayman al-Zawahiri named new al-Qaeda leader
Egypt's “Unified” Draft Law on Places of Worship Is Divisive
Human Rights First
In the wake of the May attack on Christian churches in Imbaba, Egypt's National Justice Committee drafted a “unified” law on places of worship that has made both Muslim and Christian leaders unhappy, rejecting the draft as ...
Anti-Christian Violence in Muslim World