Los Angeles Times
Chaotic Start to Egypt's First Democratically Elected Parliament
New York Times
CAIRO — As Egypt's first freely elected Parliament in six decades held its opening session on Monday, the Muslim Brotherhood received a lesson in the unwieldiness of democracy when a dispute over choosing a speaker degenerated into a shouting match ...
Egypt's new parliament holds inaugural session
Egypt's Wounded Revolutionaries Regroup to Defy Army a Year After Uprising
Egypt's Wounded Revolutionaries Defy Army a Year After Uprising
Egypt struggling a year after Mubarak's overthrow
Saad el-Katatni, Egypt's newly elected parliament speaker, addresses the first session after the revolution that ousted Hosni Mubarak in Cairo on Monday. Saad el-Katatni, Egypt's newly elected parliament speaker, addresses the first session after the ...
Egypt's unfinished revolution: What's next?
Egypt struggling a year after uprising
January 25th in Egypt: What to Expect This Time
The Associated Press
Egypt's First Post-Mubarak Parliament Convenes
Egypt's newly elected parliament convened today for the first time since the downfall of Hosni Mubarak with Islamists dominating a legislature in which they once had no presence. The first session, broadcast on state television, was temporarily chaired ...
Fears of Islamist alliance in Egypt
Egypt Islamists on eve of power ease talk of Islam
Egypt's former interior minister innocent of charges he ordered killings ...
CAIRO – The lawyer defending Egypt's former interior minister from charges that he ordered the killing of protesters during last year's uprising on Monday blamed "thugs and foreign elements" for shooting people. Essam al-Battawi told a Cairo court that ...
Adly's lawyers insist on hearing testimony from military leader
Egypt's Islamist-dominated parliament opens (1:33)
Egypt's new Islamist-dominated parliament convened for its first session Monday, a post-Mubarak milestone for the country nearly a year after demonstrations began to oust the longtime leader. (Jan. 23) (/The Associated Press) Correction: Clarification: ...
Lawyer: Mubarak is still Egypt's president
Hosni Mubarak should be tried by a special tribunal because he is still president of Egypt and did not sign an official resignation, his lawyer said Sunday. "He gave up the presidency orally to former vice-president Omar Suleiman without signing any ...
Mubarak still rules Egypt, defense tells court
Egypt's Hosni Mubarak Trial: Defense Concludes, Argues Ousted Leader Still ...
Lawyer Says Ousted Egypt Leader Still President
Egypt: Constitutional Oath in First Parliament Session
The 498 elected members of the first post-Mubarak parliament session swore the constitutional oath in post-revolution Egypt. Mahmoud Al-Saqa repeatedly asked the members to stick to the original text of the constitutional oath after some members made ...
El-Erian: Egypt's unfinished revolution will succeed
While much has been achieved since those euphoric times, Egypt's revolution today is, unfortunately, incomplete and imperfect – so much so that some now doubt whether it will fully succeed. I believe that the doubters will be proven wrong.
Apache Tilts to US From Egypt With $2.85B Shale Buy
The deal will add to Apache's US portfolio of assets, paving the way for it to make the US its biggest long-term oil and gas production region after a push into Egypt was unsettled by the Arab Spring. Houston-based Apache saw its shares drop over 20% ...
Egypt's sexual counterrevolution
By Khaled Diab Half a world away from the Republican presidential primaries where candidates vie to outlaw birth control and promote abstinence, ban pornography and condemn the “sin” of homosexuality, Egypt's first post-revolution parliamentary ...
Why Christians in Egypt Are Holding Their Breath, Part 1
Failed treasury auction portends Egyptian disaster