Globe and Mail
Egypt's military and protesters move farther apart
Albany Times Union
Egyptian pro-Mubarak supporters flash his posters and a giant poster showing field Marshal Mohammed Hussein Tantawi, at center, outside police academy court in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Sept.11, 2011 where Mubarak, his two sons Alaa and Gamal, his security ...
Diplomatic ties with Egypt down to bare minimum
Egypt Deflects Blame on Foreign Media for Attack
Egypt's military rulers ignored pleas from US as mob attacked Israeli embassy
Egypt military ruler's testimony postponed
Sydney Morning Herald
The testimony of Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Egypt's military ruler, as a witness at the trial of former president Hosni Mubarak, has been postponed to September 24, judicial sources say. Tantawi, who is the de facto head of state since the fall of ...
Egypt's military ruler to testify
Egypt: SCAF chief Tantawi's testimony on hold in light of recent events
Egypt army ruler testimony at Mubarak trial delayed
G-8 Pledges Boost in Arab Spring Funds
Wall Street Journal
In addition to meeting their counterparts from the governments of Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and Jordan, G-8 finance ministers had their first meeting with representatives of Libya's new government, and said they are ready to help. ...
'Arab Spring' Aid Pledges Almost Double to $38 Billion, With Focus on Jobs
The News from Marseilles: Pledges for the Arab Spring
$38bn fund pledged to push reform
Cairo in U-turn on tighter visa rules
Egypt has gone back on plans to tighten visa regulations for tourists after travel companies said the new rules would deter visitors. The cabinet had decided on Thursday to require all visitors, except those coming in tourism ...
Egypt halts decision requiring visas before travel
Egypt cancels plan to tighten tourist visa rules
Changes to Egypt visa regulations revoked
Shots fired from Egypt toward IDF vehicle on Israel border
Shots were fired from Egypt across the border with Israel on Sunday, near the site of last month's terror attack in which eight Israelis were killed. According to initial reports, no one was wounded as a ...
Shots fired at IDF force on Israel-Egypt border; none injured
Shots fired at IDF jeep near Egyptian border
Turkish PM to visit Egypt, boost regional influence
CAIRO, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan meets Egypt's new military rulers during a visit to Cairo starting on Monday that is likely to be scrutinised by Israel whose once cosy ties with both ...
Turkish PM arrives in Cairo as Israel recovers from embassy assault
Israel is paying for Gaza war with Turkey and Egypt crises
Turkey and Egypt to boost cooperation in the Eastern Mediterranean
The Associated Press
Sit-in for Egyptian cleric from '93 NY attack
The Associated Press
Supporters of the 73 year-old sheik say they will not end their sit-in until he is repatriated to Egypt on humanitarian grounds. Abdel-Rahman is diabetic and while in prison has waged hunger strikes and shunned his insulin. ...
Egypt's Suez Canal August revenues rise 7.9%
Egyptian government figures have shown that Suez Canal's revenues grew 7.9% year-on-year to reach $472.9m in August, Ahram has reported. The canal's net income rose 5.3% month-on-month, against $449.2m in July 2011. Last week, an Italian ship laden ...
9/11 and Arab Democracy
Beyond catastrophe and mourning, September 11th had unforeseen consequences in the Arab world, especially in my home country of Egypt. The attacks of that day, by citizens of America's key Arab allies, made officials in Washington ...
Arab Spring myth exposed
Youth unemployment the kindling that fuels unrest
Doubts About Aid to Arab Spring