Egypt's Mursi says falls short of goals, seeks to assuage critics
Mursi, who hails from the Muslim Brotherhood, was handed power in June by the army council that ruled Egypt for 16 months following Hosni Mubarak's ouster in a popular uprising in 2011 and after a presidential election. He spoke on Saturday before tens ...
Egypt's leader defends record of his administration's first 100 days in office
In Egypt, critics slam their president
Egypt's president defends record of first 100 days
The Associated Press
Egypt's hardline Islamist party pulls back from brink of split, for now
CAIRO — Leaders of Egypt's largest ultraconservative Islamist party have put aside their differences, settling — at least temporarily — a leadership dispute that threatened to break up the country's second-largest political bloc, spokesmen said ...
Egypt's Salafist Nour Party resolves leadership crisis: Spokesperson
Egypt's hardline Islamist party unravels
Egypt's opposition groups announce Friday protests to 'fulfil revolution's ...
Twenty one secular political parties and groups released a joint statement, Saturday, announcing nationwide protests Friday, 12 October calling for the fulfilment of the "demands of the revolution," including a consensual constitution that reflects the ...
Egypt's president pledges to ease up on crackdown in restive Sinai, not pursue ...
EL-ARISH, Egypt – Egypt's new Islamist president on Friday pledged to ease up on the crackdown in the country's restive Sinai Peninsula and not pursue hundreds of fugitives from the lawless region that has seen a surge in militancy and cross-border ...
Copt home attacked after Egypt president promises security
Egyptian Christians threatened in Rafah
Egypt president visits Sinai to "reassure" Copts
Sunshine, Al Ahly Share Six-Goal Semi-Final
Six-time winners Al Ahly of Egypt were held to a thrilling 3-3 draw by Nigeria's Sunshine Stars in their Orange CAF African Champions League semi-final first leg clash in Ijebu-Ode. Both teams created numerous chances and but for some good goalkeeping ...
Egypt hardline Islamist party heals rift, for now
CAIRO (AP) — Leaders of Egypt's largest ultraconservative Islamist party have put aside their differences, settling — at least temporarily — a leadership dispute that threatened to break up the country's second-largest political bloc, spokesmen said ...
Christian Science Monitor
Egypt's leading female voice for change warns that revolution is backsliding
Christian Science Monitor
Egyptian women shout slogans and beat drums during a protest against the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic parties in front of the presidential palace in Cairo on October 4. The women were also demonstrating in support of women's rights in the ...
A Whitewashed Wall Erases Egypt's Revolution
A massive graffiti mural in Cairo's Tahrir Square documenting the political turmoil in Egypt was whitewashed earlier this month. The next night, several hundred artists and supporters were back, covering the wall in new images and anti-government slogans.
Egypt authorities release 2 Coptic Christian boys who allegedly urinated on Quran
CAIRO — Egyptian authorities on Thursday released of two Coptic Christian boys taken into in juvenile detention for allegedly urinating on the Quran, but they will remain under investigation, a security official said. Even as news spread that the boys ...
Egypt's Christians - Distraught and Displaced
Egypt: 2 Coptic Boys Are Held as Contempt-of-Religion Cases Rise
Egypt frees boys held for alleged Quran defiling
Egypt's Aswany Offers Recipe For East-West Understanding
No mediation, no conditions, no exchange of favors, no pressure on the judging committee, as happens in Egypt. Writers in the West nominate themselves for awards in one case only: if they are novices writing for the first time and the award is having ...