Wall Street Journal
Egypt's Morsi annuls most of contested decree, stays firm on Dec. 15 referendum
CAIRO — Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi early Sunday annulled most of an extraordinary Nov. 22 decree that gave him near-absolute power and has plunged this nation into a deeply divisive political crisis. The decree, which Morsi had said was ...
Egypt's Morsi revokes emergency decree
Egypt's president pulls back on power decree, pushes referendum
Egypt's Morsi Partially Annuls Decree Expanding His Powers
Christian Science Monitor
Egypt president scraps decree that sparked protests
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi has cancelled a decree that gave him sweeping powers and sparked deadly violence, but did not delay this month's referendum on a new constitution as his opponents had demanded.
Egypt's Morsy stands by edict, calls for punishment of violent protesters
In Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood's 'trial of power' (+video)
Egypt's army urges dialogue to avoid 'dark tunnel'
New York Times
Egypt's Leader Seen on a Path to Martial Law
New York Times
CAIRO — Struggling to quell street protests and political violence, President Mohamed Morsi is moving to impose a version of martial law by calling on the armed forces to keep order and authorizing soldiers to arrest civilians, Egyptian state media ...
ABC News (blog)
Mohamed Gamal Abu Ahmed, Benghazi Attack Suspect, Held In Egypt: US Official
CAIRO, Dec 8 (Reuters) - Egyptian authorities are holding a man whose militant group is suspected of links to an attack in Libya in which the American ambassador was killed, U.S. officials in Washington and a security source in Cairo said on Saturday.
Egypt Terror Leader Possibly Linked to Benghazi Attack Arrested
Egypt arrests alleged suspect in US ambassador's killing
Egypt Arrests Terror Suspect In Bay Area Ambassador's Benghazi Killing
Egypt's Morsi Reportedly Poised To Allow Military To Arrest Civilians
Some outraged protesters remain around the Egyptian presidential palace in Cairo today, as opponents of President Mohammed Morsi defy his recent ruling granting himself executive powers that can't be questioned by a court. Now there's word he may have ...
Voice of America
UN Rights Official Slams Credibility of Egypt's New Constitution
Voice of America
GENEVA — The U.N.'s top human rights official is expressing alarm at the violence and deaths of people opposed to Egypt's new draft constitution. Navi Pillay says she has numerous concerns about the text, which she believes weakens and undermines ...
UN official voices alarm at Egypt violence, cites 'major' problems with draft ...
Egypt's Military Warns Of 'Disastrous Consequences' If Crisis Continues
CAIRO — Egypt's military warned on Saturday of "disastrous consequences" if the crisis that sent tens of thousands of protesters back into the streets is not resolved, signaling the army's return to an increasingly polarized and violent political scene.
Egypt's Dialogue Panel Recommends Disputed Constitutional Vote Be Held on ...
Egypt's Dialogue Panel Recommends Disputed Constitutional Vote Be Held on Schedule. CAIRO December 9, 2012 (AP). Egypt's dialogue panel recommends disputed constitutional vote be held on schedule. Follow @abc. on Twitter, become a fan on ...
Egypt: Army warns it will not allow 'dark tunnel'
The army in Egypt has called for dialogue to resolve a crisis over President Mohammed Morsi's new powers, warning it will intervene to stop Egypt going into "a dark tunnel". In its first statement since protests erupted, it vowed to protect public ...
Charter Enshrining Shariah at Core of Egypt Crisis
One of Egypt's most prominent ultraconservative Muslim clerics had high praise for the country's draft constitution. Speaking to fellow clerics, he said this was the charter they had long wanted, ensuring that laws and rights would be strictly ...