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Amnesty calls on Egypt to drop charges against activist for Twitter comments
Amnesty International has called on Egypt's military authorities to drop charges against an activist accused of defaming the country's ruling military generals on Twitter, in what could prove to be a landmark case for freedom of expression in ...
EGYPT: Rights groups condemn military trial for popular activist
Military trials of civilians in Egypt under strong attack
Egypt: Three more rights activists summoned by SCAF
Brazil says Egypt friendly is cancelled
Brazil's friendly game against Egypt has been cancelled for security reasons, the Brazilian Football Confederation said on Tuesday. The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) said last week the Pharaohs would not be able to play the match, ...
Egypt-Brazil soccer game in Cairo on Sept. 6 is canceled because of security ...
Egypt ex-footballer condemns Brazil match refusal
Egypt-Brazil friendly match canceled
Egypt launches attack on Sinai jihadists
EL ARISH, Egypt, Aug. 16 (UPI) -- Egypt's security forces, with Israel's consent, have mounted a major operation against Islamist cells, supposedly linked to al-Qaida, in the Sinai Peninsula that have flourished in the unruly region since the fall of ...
Egypt cracks down on terror cells in Sinai; bin Laden's doctor spotted
Egypt army nets militants in Sinai
Egypt Deploys Soldiers to North Sinai
Mubarak trial the first step to healing Egypt's wounds
In transitional societies domestic trials to address crimes of past regimes almost always face major challenges, especially when political transformation is still underway and vetting of state institutions is not complete, as is the case in Egypt. ...
Egypt: Caged Mubarak And the Symbolic Lesson
Mubarak's trial postponed till September
Lying in court: Former Egypt president wheeled in to face charges of ...
Mashaal in Cairo amid rumors that Schalit talks renewed
Defense Minister Ehud Barak confirmed there was a kernel of truth to the rumors of renewed talks in Egypt for the release of captive soldier Gilad Schalit, as exiled Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal arrived in Cairo from Syria. The al-Hayat newspaper on ...
Hamas chief in Cairo to talk on reconciliation, prisoners
Hamas chief's visit to Cairo could signal imminent decision on Shalit deal
Hamas Claims Israel Becoming 'Flexible' on Shalit Issue
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Costa Cruises cancels calls in Egypt, Tunisia through 2012
Costa Cruises is dropping Egypt and Tunisia from dozens of Mediterranean voyages planned for 2012, citing the "persistant negative perception" of the countries in the wake of recent turmoil. Europe's largest cruise line says ...
Costa to avoid Egypt and Tunisia in 2012, too
What did we expect from the Arab Spring?
Even when Sadat had half a million men milling around in the desert just west of Sinai, the CIA never expected that Egypt might be about to attack Israel again. And certainly, no one in the West could ever have predicted the September 11 attacks. ...
Lurking dangers to the Arab quest for freedom
Friedman on the “Arab Spring”
Wharton's Stuart Diamond: Arab Spring Has Provided Little Value for People
Libyan security official makes surprise trip to Egypt
The official arrived in Egypt "unexpectedly" on Monday. Is it a vacation or a high-level defection? Libyan rebels drive in an armed pick-up truck towards the frontline on August 15, 2011 on the outskirt of oil port town of Brega. ...
Egypt, Libya and Syria: as it happened August 15
Libya: Gaddafi henchman Nasser al-Mabroud Abdullah flees to Egypt
Mystery over Libya minister's Egypt trip
From Egypt With Love: An Interview With Cairo's Mona Said
Mona Said created “From Egypt With Love,” an exhibition of art created during and about this winter's Tahrir Square demonstrations in Cairo that led to the downfall of Hosni Mubarak after 30 years of dictatorial rule. The exhibition has captured ...
Cairo kitsch embraced as artistic inspiration
Foreign Aid Stirs Debate Amid Egypt's Democratic Hopes
Voice of America
August 16, 2011 Foreign Aid Stirs Debate Amid Egypt's Democratic Hopes Congress watches Cairo politics heat up as Tahrir demonstrators turn protests into political agendas for historic parliamentary vote. David Arnold | Washington A sudden surge in US ...
British Adventurer Tour Egypt