Wall Street Journal
Egypt protests Sinai deaths
19 (UPI) -- Egypt called Friday for a speedy investigation of the killing of three of its officers by Israeli forces in the Sinai. Local news media reported the country lodged a strong protest with Israel, The New York Times said. ...
Egypt decries Israeli attack that killed 3 of its soldiers
Israel: Gaza violence escalates as Egypt is drawn into conflict
Egypt Enters Fray After Israel Attacks
Egypt uprising art brightens Cairo, tempts buyers
The Daily Star
In Nasr City, a beautiful woman is spray-painted on a fence surrounding a plot of disused land, her dress in the flowing colours of Egypt's red, white and black national flag. Further west in Mohandiseen, an imam and a priest are shown standing hand in ...
Tough judge has a difficult task ahead
Egypt's military rulers accused of double standards
Out with Mubarak, in with Marx?
Sydney Morning Herald
Egypt: An incomplete revolution
Egypt's military pardons two activists after public outcry, but thousands still seek justice in face of military trials. Memories run deep for 20-year-old Egyptian blogger Loai Nagati - who, despite his best efforts - is unable to shake the chilling ...
Egyptian military drops charges against activists
Egypt military council drops charges against two activists
Egypt: Military drops charges against 2 activists
Did Skin Cream Kill Egypt's Queen Hatshepsut?
One of ancient Egypt's most powerful rulers, Hatshepsut is thought to have died of bone cancer in 1458 BC Michael Höveler-Müller and Helmut Wiedenfeld of the University of Bonn examine a flask thought to have belonged to the Egyptian queen Hatshepsut. ...
German scientists trace cause of death... 3500 years later
German researchers: toxic substance in flask belonging to ancient Egypt's ...
Ancient Egypt queen 'killed by poison in flask'
Egypt's Secret Police Promise to Serve a Skeptical Public
19, 2011 An Egyptian protester, right, runs away from a policeman chasing him in Cairo, Egypt on August 15, 2011. The protesters from both sides complained that Egypt's Central Security Forces were doing what they do best: standing passively by in ...
Is Arab Spring making al-Qaida irrelevant?
Kansas City Star
By MARIANN ORMHOLT Not only was its leader assassinated by US forces during a raid in Pakistan, it appears that the terrorist organization and its associate movements were taken by surprise by the Arab Spring uprisings that toppled dictators in Egypt ...
Egypt's gays hope for change in culture after revolt
Just months ago, a raid by Egypt's vice police would have been a concern at gatherings such as this fete for a man in red shorts who was turning 26. But on the recent sweltering Thursday night, as men in pastel-colored, V-neck T-shirts streamed in, ...
ElBaradei avoids populism, demands Egypt's SCAF clarify Sinai situation
An Egyptian Interior Ministry official said five Egyptian military and security personnel were killed as Israeli soldiers pursued militants near the Rafah border crossing between Egypt and the Gaza Strip as they fled from a bloody attack they had ...
Lulav imports from Egypt in danger?
Al-Qaida emerging in Sinai?
Editorial: Egypt's revolution on the brink
U.S.-Egypt Joint Military Exercises Suspended
Responding to a question at a routine press briefing on Wednesday, US State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland said the governments of Egypt and the United States mutually agreed on postponement in the wake of ongoing political transition. ...
Delay of Military Exercises Could Hint at US-Egypt Rift
US-Egypt cancel military exercises
U.S., Egypt put off joint military drills : 2011-08-17
Egypt: Armed Forces Drop Defamation Charges Against Woman Blogger
Reporters Without Borders hails yesterday's decision by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces not to press defamation charges against the blogger Asmaa Mahfouz for comments about the military that she posted on online social networks. ...
Egypt SCAF drops charges against activists