New York Times
Support for Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Erodes in an Islamist Bastion
New York Times
AL TALBEYA, Egypt — Mohamed Salamah used to vote with the Muslim Brotherhood. But in Saturday's referendum on the Islamist-backed constitution, Mr. Salamah says he is voting against it, mainly because he no longer trusts the movement.
Egypt's Islamists clash with opponents on eve of divisive constitution vote
Egypt's constitution seen passing in referendum
Basic Facts on Egypt's Constitution Referendum
Protests turn violent in Egypt ahead of vote on constitution
Have you witnessed the protests in Egypt? Send your images and videos of demonstrations, but please stay safe. (CNN) -- Riot police fired tear gas at protesters in the Egyptian city of Alexandria on Friday, according to state-run Nile TV. Shortly after ...
Rivals clash ahead of Egypt constitution vote
The proposed new constitution has deeply divided Egypt, with supporters of Egypt's elected president backing the new documents, and mainly liberal opponents decrying it as partisan and lacking in important rights protections for minorities and women.
Egypt's Jon Stewart getting laughs amidst turmoil
For years, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart has been one of the most influential shows on American television. Similar programs have popped up all over the globe, and now it's Egypt's turn. Bassem Youssef is the host of "Al Bernameg,” (“The Program ...
Al-Azhar mosque at heart of concerns over Islamist turn in Egypt
But within Egypt and across the region, the real source of fears that the country is careening toward theocracy lies in an unlikely place: the ancient stone corridors of al-Azhar, a Cairo institution that has long been known as a respected beacon of ...
Egypt's top prosecutor retracts resignation
Egypt's top prosecutor has retracted his resignation, a decision that could cause a new uproar in the country after he was accused of pressuring a judge not to release protesters opposed to President Mohammed Morsi. The prosecutor, Talaat Abdullah, who ...
Egypt envoy to Canada calls for conciliation amid violent constitutional divide
OTTAWA - Egypt's ambassador to Canada issued an impassioned plea for reconciliation Friday to help his polarized country move beyond its worst political crisis since its president was deposed nearly two years ago. Envoy Wael Aboulmadg called for ...
Egypt envoy to Canada calls for a resolution amid violent constitutional divide
Voice of America
Police Fire Tear Gas at Egyptian Protesters
Voice of America
Police have fired tear gas at clashing protesters in Egypt's northern city of Alexandria on the eve of a second day of polling on a controversial constitutional referendum. Anti-constitution protesters and conservative Islamists threw stones at one ...
Egypt crisis: Fresh Alexandria clashes ahead of voting
Clashes have broken out in the Egyptian city of Alexandria on the eve of the second leg of voting in the country's constitutional referendum. Police fired tear gas as thousands of Islamists were met by a smaller group of protesters near a large mosque.
Tear gas in Alexandria, Egypt, as constitution protesters and supporters clash ...
Egyptian police have fired teargas to disperse clashes in the port city of Alexandria. Thousands of Islamists were met with furious opposition as the first gathered to support Egypt's new constitution, which enshrines Islamic law in the legal code ...
Egypt: Islamists and opposition fight in Alexandria
Protests Planned In Egypt's Second City Ahead Of Second Polling Day
Alexandria 'rioters' seek to disrupt referendum, says preacher El-Mahalawy