Christian Science Monitor
US-Egypt alliance must depend on democratic reform by Morsi
THE RELATIVE good news about Egypt is that the new Islamist government of Mohamed Morsi is loudly proclaiming its desire for a continued “strategic partnership” with the United States. During a visit to Washington this week, Essam El Haddad, a senior ...
Protesters attack palace, party headquarters in Egypt
Egypt protesters swell to over 100000
Did Egypt's President Morsi overplay his hand?
Will Egypt's Liberals Ever Win?
After working with Egypt's president, Mohammad Morsi, to broker a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas last month, President Barack Obama reportedly came away impressed by his fellow former university professor's pragmatism and “engineer's precision.
Voice of America
Anti-Morsi Protests Continue in Egypt
Voice of America
CAIRO — Demonstrators in Egypt gathered Tuesday in a march on the presidential palace to protest against President Mohamed Morsi and an upcoming referendum on the constitution. News outlets are also protesting what they consider as a clampdown on ...
Protests roil Egypt
Thousands of Egyptian protesters gather outside the presidential palace in Cairo. The demonstration, which targeted the headquarters of President Mohamed Morsi, marked the 12th day of protest in Egypt with liberal and secular groups demonstrating ...
Scenes from Egypt's protests, 'The Last Warning'
Washington Post (blog)
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has fled the presidential palace in Heliopolis after it was surrounded by angry protesters. Tens of thousands of Egyptians are rallying in violent demonstrations across the country in the worst political crisis there ...
Clashes outside Egypt's presidential palace
Egyptian police have fired tear gas at opposition protesters demonstrating against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's drive to hold a snap referendum on a controversial draft charter, as the country plunges deeper into crisis. Live television footage ...
Protest at Egypt President's Palace Turns Violent
A protest by at least 100,000 Egyptians outside the presidential palace in Cairo turned violent on Tuesday as tensions grew over Islamist President Mohammed Morsi's seizure of nearly unrestricted powers and a draft constitution hurriedly adopted by his ...
Clashes outside Egypt presidential palace in Cairo
Police in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, have clashed with protesters angry at what they say is the rushed drafting of a new constitution and by President Morsi's recent extension of his powers. Tens of thousands of people had gathered outside the ...
Egypt: Clashes Outside Presidential Palace
A protester damages the Egyptian coat of arms in front of the presidential palace. Riot police officers release tear gas during clashes with Egyptin protesters. Riot police officers release tear gas during clashes with the protesters. Egypt protesters ...
Egypt Increases Security Ahead of Opposition March
Egyptian riot police beefed up security around the presidential palace Tuesday ahead of a massive rally planned by activists protesting the Islamist leader's assumption of nearly unrestricted powers and a draft constitution hurriedly adopted by his allies.