Sydney Morning Herald
EGYPT: Tahrir Square protest shows dismay over military rule
Los Angeles Times
Egypt's most organized group, the Muslim Brotherhood, didn't participate in Friday's protests. However, supporters of Salafi presidential hopeful Hazem Salah Abu Ismail were present. Also appearing in the crowd was actor Sean Penn, who was on a brief ...
Tahrir activist's imprisonment shows Egypt is still not free
Where in the World Is Sean Penn? Protesting in Egypt
Egyptians seek to 'reclaim' revolution
Ex-model who killed, ate husband seeks parole
Nelson, who worked as a part-time model and nanny in Egypt before immigrating to the US in 1986, killed her 56-year-old husband after just one month of marriage. She then cooked his head on a stove, skinned his torso and fried his hands in oil, ...
Omaima Aree Nelson, ex-model who killed and ate her husband, is now seeking parole
Woman in cannibalism case seeks parole
Omaima Aree Nelson, Who Killed, Chopped Up, Cooked and Ate Husband of 2 Months ...
Al Jazeera Egypt Offices Raided By Government Forces
CAIRO — For the second time this month, Egyptian security officials in civilian clothes raided the Cairo office of Al Jazeera Live Egypt, part of the Qatar-based broadcaster's network, roughing up its staff, detaining an editor and confiscating ...
Officials raid Al Jazeera in Egypt
US envoy in Egypt warned over 'stirring up sedition'
EGYPT: Al Jazeera affiliate's offices raided in Cairo
Egypt: Divorce and abuse of women at root of Muslim/Coptic conflict
A Coptic Orthodox woman prays in a church near Deir Azra, Egypt. Holly Pickett On 18 July 2010, Camellia Shehata Zakher, a Coptic Orthodox schoolteacher and wife of a parish priest, mysteriously disappeared after a reported quarrel with ...
Religious bias in Egypt's universities
Veil or no veil, Egypt's Coptic girl can go to class
Egypt: desire for divorce drives Coptic-Muslim tensions
Voice of America
Egypt's New Democrats Ready to Defend Nile
Voice of America
September 30, 2011 Egypt's New Democrats Ready to Defend Nile If Egypt and Sudan join the Nile water partnership, the decisions the basin makes will be difficult, and will require new relationships among those who feed Lake Nasser and those who take ...
Egypt warns US on attaching conditions to military aid
A new source of friction has emerged between the United States and one of its top Mideast allies, with Egyptian officials expressing alarm about a move by the US Senate to link military aid to Egypt's performance as a democracy. ...
Egypt warns US against setting new conditions on its military aid
Egypt warns US of conditioning military aid on democracy
Egypt worried over US bill linking aid to democracy
Ma'an News Agency
Egypt's envoy to PA: Israel wants to retake Sinai
Egyptian envoy to the Palestinian Authority Yasser Othman said Friday that Israel's escalating rhetoric against Egypt's post-revolution security apparatus suggests of an Israeli plot to retake Sinai. In an interview with Palestinian news agency Maan, ...
Israel says peace treaty with Egypt is a strategic asset
Reports of Israeli takeover of Sinai exaggeration, says analyst
Envoy: Israel plans to take control of Egypt's Sinai
Google bus aims to support tech in Egypt
(CNN) -- Tech helped fuel Egypt's revolution. Now it could put the country get on the path toward a more stable democracy. At least that's the hope of Google, which is kicking off a program called Ebda2 -- Arabic for "start" ...
Google Bus Looking for Talent in Egypt
Americans Seek Answers As New Egypt Emerges
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton shakes hands with Egypt's Foreign Minister Mohammed Kamel Amr during a joint press conference in Washington on Wednesday. Amr sought to assure the US that Egypt is moving toward democracy. ...
US Presses Egypt to Mend Ties With Israel
Egypt: Clinton and Egypt's Amr Hold Crucial Bilateral Talks
Frustrations with Egypt's military rulers grow
Egypt inches towards far-reaching food subsidy reform
Egypt, once the breadbasket of the ancient Roman empire and now the world's biggest wheat importer, is paying a hefty price to keep its citizens fed with cheap loaves and other foodstuffs. The US$5.5 billion which it spends each year on food subsidies, ...
Subsidised bread takes its toll on Egypt
Egypt will try to switch wheat for local maize to cut bread costs
Egypt to use more corn in subsidized bread