Egypt crisis: Morsi orders military to keep order
Egypt's President Morsi has ordered the military to maintain security and protect state institutions in the run-up to a referendum on the constitution. The BBC's Jon Leyne in Cairo says the move will raise fears that Egypt is moving back towards ...
Egypt's revolution is far from over
Egyptian demonstrators shout slogans during a protest against Mohamed Morsi ...
Egypt opposition groups reject Morsi's overture
Egypt's opposition rejects constitutional referendum
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's main opposition coalition rejected on Sunday Islamist President Mohamed Mursi's plan for a constitutional referendum this week, saying it risked dragging the country into "violent confrontation". Mursi's decision on Saturday ...
The danger in Egypt: a revived security apparatus
Egypt army officers granted arrest powers until 15 December
Egypt's army urges dialogue to avoid 'dark tunnel'
Voice of America
Egypt's Opposition Calls for More Protests
Voice of America
CAIRO — Egypt's opposition National Salvation Front has announced that it will not participate in a December 15 referendum over a disputed draft constitution. Earlier, President Mohamed Morsi revoked part of a controversial decree giving him sweeping ...
Egypt crisis: Opposition shuns Morsi move
Egypt's opposition has rejected an attempt by President Mohammed Morsi to end an increasingly bitter face-off. Mr Morsi annulled a decree that gave him huge powers, but vowed that a vote on a new constitution would go ahead. Opposition leaders rejected ...
Egyptian opposition remains defiant after Morsi annuls decree
CAIRO — Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi early Sunday annulled most of an extraordinary Nov. 22 decree that gave him near-absolute power and plunged this nation into a deeply divisive political crisis. But the opposition remained defiant, calling for ...
Egypt crisis: Morsi's concession fails to quell anger - Sunday 9 November 2012
Last month the organisation correctly warned: “Rushing through a draft constitution over the legitimate objections of many Egyptians will not resolve the escalating political conflict in Egypt. In fact, it is likely to precipitate more violent conflict ...
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's Morsi Partially Annuls Decree Expanding His Powers
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO -- Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi withdrew part of a controversial declaration that awarded him near absolute power, a limited concession to protesters whose two-week-long campaign had gridlocked Egyptian politics. But the new declaration ...
Egypt's President Morsi revokes power grab
9, 2012. Amid chaos on the streets, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has revoked his decree that gave him broad emergency powers. But Morsi is insisting on a referendum on a newly-drafted constitution. CBS News. Correction: Clarification: RELATED ...
Soccer-Egypt's Al-Ahly reach Club World Cup semi-finals
TOYOTA, Japan, Dec 9 (Reuters) - Egypt's Al-Ahly beat Japanese champions Sanfrecce Hiroshima 2-1 in blizzard-like conditions on Sunday to reach the semi-finals of the Club World Cup. Ahly's talismanic striker Mohamed Aboutrika, now in the twilight of ...
Egypt's Al Ahly through to Club World Cup semi-finals
Live coverage, 2nd half: Ahly (Egypt) 2-1 Sanfrecce Hiroshima (Japan)
Egypt's Al Ahly hope tragic year will end on a high
Egyptian Opposition Unswayed by Mursi's Reversal of Decree
Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi's abandonment of a decree expanding his powers failed to appease opponents who vowed to keep up protests against a draft constitution. Hundreds of Egyptians marched to the presidential palace after nightfall to protest ...