Los Angeles Times
In Egypt, president's power grab unites those who once battled over Mubarak
CAIRO — Supporters of former Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak and the human rights advocates who dedicated themselves to toppling the longtime autocrat never dreamed they would find themselves chanting the same slogans. But with Egyptian President ...
Egypt stock exchange falls, protesters converge on Tahrir Square
In Egypt, Morsi's foes dig in
Egypt's Morsi says he wants to stabilize country, not become a Pharaoh
Morsy edict divides Egypt but unifies opponents, critics and observers say
(CNN) -- Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy's decree last week giving him a host of new powers has divided society, but it has also unified opposition groups that fear any moves toward Islamic rule, critics and observers said Sunday. Morsy assures his ...
Qandil calls for stability
Teenager killed, 40 injured in Egypt riot as Morsi plans to meet judges over ...
Egypt's stock market plunged on Sunday in its first day open since Morsi issued a decree late on Thursday temporarily widening his powers and shielding his decisions from judicial review, drawing accusations he was behaving like a new dictator. More ...
1 Dead, 40 Hurt in Egypt Riot
Egypt: One killed in Nile Delta clashes
Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood HQ Clashes 'Kill One'
Hamas leaders in Egypt for cease-fire talks involving Israel
Gaza City (CNN) -- A high-level delegation from Gaza has arrived in Egypt "to complete arrangements for cease-fire talks" involving sticking points between Hamas and Israel, Hamas said in a statement Sunday. Talks are set to resume Monday in Cairo ...
Unrest in Egypt, after Gaza Crisis: Obama's choices in the Middle East
Egypt's Morsi sides with terrorists
Egypt's Morsi Praised For Cease-Fire As Talks Begin
Egypt's stock market plummets after Morsi's decree
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's benchmark stock index on Sunday plunged by more than 9.5% in the first trading session since the country's Islamist president issued decrees to assume sweeping new powers, while police in central Cairo fired tear gas at protesters ...
Wall Street Journal
Egyptian Shares Plunge After Morsi's Move
Wall Street Journal
DUBAI—Egyptian share prices took the steepest plunge in over a year Sunday as renewed protests, sparked by President Mohammed Morsi's decision to grant himself sweeping new powers, unnerved investors already jittery about the prospects for the ...
Egypt, a case of 'new boss, same as the old boss'?
“Meet the new boss, same as the old boss” is a refrain easily tossed around during any leadership succession, but new decrees granting Mursi sweeping powers have caused anger across all classes in Egypt. At the top end of the social scale, judges on ...
Egypt's Morsy says decree is temporary
protesters try to occupy Tahrir Square
Egypt: Violent clashes continue unabated
ElBaradei warns of Egypt turmoil from Morsi decree
CAIRO (AP) — Prominent Egyptian democracy advocate Mohammed ElBaradei warned Saturday of increasing turmoil that could potentially lead to the military stepping in unless the Islamist president rescinds his new, near absolute powers, as the country's ...
McCain: US should rebuke Egypt's Morsi
The administration should say "this is not what the United States of America and taxpayers expect, and our dollars will be directly related to the progress towards democracy which you promised to the people of Egypt when your party and you were elected ...
US Should Threaten on Egypt Aid, McCain Says
McCain issues stark Egypt warning
Senator John McCain on Egypt, Middle East and Iran
Egyptian Shares Drop by Most in 22 Months as Saudi Stocks Tumble
Commercial International Bank Egypt SAE (COMI), the country's biggest publicly traded lender, dropped 9.8 percent to 33.79 Egyptian pounds. Orascom Construction Industries (OCIC), Egypt's biggest publicly traded company, tumbled 9.9 percent to 227.37 ...