Neighbors / Egypt careful not to blame Sinai Bedouin for Israel terror attacks
By Zvi Bar'el The statement released by the Egyptian government early Saturday morning announcing the decision to recall Egypt's ambassador to Israel, which was later revoked, also included a paragraph about the Bedouin in Sinai. ...
News Analysis: Egypt aims to boost Sinai security with Israeli consent after ...
After rapid escalation, Israel, Egypt and Hamas try to hold their fire
Egypt Asserts New Dynamic After Clashes With Israel
Egypt Names Antiquities Chief to Replace Hawass
New York Times (blog)
A month after Egypt's controversial antiquities chief, Zahi Hawass, was ousted in a cabinet reshuffle, Egypt's prime minister, Essam Sharaf, has appointed a successor. Mohamed Abdel Fattah, the head of the antiquities sector at the ...
The Middle East Channel: The mind of Egypt's military
The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) has been ruling Egypt since the fall of Hosni Mubarak. But the SCAF's erratic decision-making process and its complete lack of transparency has left nearly everyone confused about its ultimate intentions. ...
Egypt: All politics is local
Egypt Accepts 8.825 Billion Pounds of Bids for 7-Day Repos
Time for the US to use its influence in Egypt
Glee from the rebel's victories in Libya spills over to Egypt
For months now many people in Egypt have supported the Libyan revolution against Gaddafi and prayed for the dictator's fall. Back in February when the anti-Gaddafi rebellion started, thousands of Egyptians, fresh from toppling their own dictator, ...
Arab League and Egypt recognize Libyan rebel council
Egypt recognizes Libya's rebel government
Following the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, it now appears that the regime ...
The crucial role of travel and tourism for Egypt
LONDON, England - World Travel Awards has highlighted the crucial role travel and tourism will play in Egypt's future, as the country ushers in a new era of democracy and opportunity, with landmark presidential elections set for November. ...
An analysis of the Mubarak era
In his new book 'Egypt in the era of Hosni Mubarak 1981-2011', published by the American University in Cairo Press, Egyptian intellectual Galal Amin delves into the core of Egypt's dilemma, which grew like a snowball over the years and blew up on ...
It's not easy being a Mubarak supporter these days
The power of social media on the Egyptian uprising
EGYPT: Government moves to tackle iron deficiency anaemia
CAIRO, 23 August 2011 (IRIN) - Manar Youssef from the poor southern Cairo district of Basateen in Egypt was not sure what was wrong with her daughter Basmalah until she took her to a specialist who found that she had iron deficiency anaemia (IDA). ...
Suspect named in Egypt Club shooting, police search underway
Egypt Bar, in downtown Harrisburg, was the site of a shooting over the weekend that sent two people to hospital. Police have a description of a man, but there's no clear motive and they don't have a name for the person they're looking for. ...
Harrisburg cops ID suspect in Egypt dance club shooting
Harrisburg ID Suspect in Egypt Club Shootings
Harrisburg nightclub closes after shooting, suspect identified
Israel to Egypt: Sorry, We're Really, Really Sorry
"For Israel, it's very important to keep relations with Egypt — or what's left of relations with Egypt." The crisis began Thursday, Aug. 18, with a multilayered, sustained terrorist attack on a desert highway along Israel's border with Egypt. ...
A New Hero for the Arab Street: Noe & Raad
Egypt pays high price for neglect of Sinai
Egypt and Israel Move to Halt Growth of Crisis
Pro-democracy Syrians in Egypt fight a battle of their own
Syrians protesters opposed to Syrian President Bashar Assad regime during a gathering outside the Syrian embassy in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, March 15, 2011. (Photo: AP/Hossam Ali) While in Syria demonstrators are getting killed en masse by the troops of ...
Libya's Future Could be as Muddled as Egypt's Present
After Gadhafi's fall in Libya, is Syria's Assad next?
Mideast Expert: Syria's WMD Could Fall to Islamists