Los Angeles Times
Move to shelter 3 Americans points up US rift with Egypt
Los Angeles Times
The three workers for a democracy group seeking refuge at the US Embassy in Cairo have been barred from leaving Egypt and fear for their safety. Sam LaHood, left, with his father, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood. The younger LaHood is one of three ...
US Embassy in Cairo Shields 3 Americans
With Americans holed up in Cairo embassy, Egypt's lobbyists in DC quit
White House adopts moderate tone against Egypt
New York Times
Egypt boosts aid to wounded protesters, but many still suffer
By Mohannad Sabry CAIRO — Egypt is stepping up efforts to treat thousands of wounded revolutionaries, but many of the injured say they've yet to receive compensation and feel their sacrifices for democracy are going unnoticed by the transitional ...
Commemorating the First Anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution From Several ...
How the US Should Deal With the New Egypt
Egypt's Military Seeks Advice on Early Handing of Power to Civilians
A year later, Egyptian neighborhood awaits justice
20, 2012 photo, Egyptian butcher Mohammed al-Sayid points to bullet holes in the wall of his shop in Cairo, Egypt. One year after uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak, residents of the poor neighborhood of Al-Zawiya al-Hamra, where police ...
Egypt's Foreign Ministry says Cairo has ended contract with US lobbyists
CAIRO — Egypt's Foreign Ministry said Sunday it has ended a contract with three Washington lobbying firms to cut expenses, denying reports that the Americans were the ones to sever the contract. The rupture occurred as Cairo faces criticism from ...
Egypt says it ended US lobbyists' contract
Beltway Lobbyists Drop Egypt's Government as Client
American Detainees in Egypt Include a U.S. Cabinet Member's Son
Egypt Called Major Hub of Illegal Ivory Trade
Voice of America
January 30, 2012 Egypt Called Major Hub of Illegal Ivory Trade Joe DeCapua A new report names Egypt as the center of illegal ivory trade and smuggling in Africa. With the political unrest of the Arab Spring, illegal ivory outlets and workshops have ...
Illegal ivory trade booms during Egypt's Arab Spring
Egypt researchers bet on solar energy with 'Solar House Complex' project
The Solar House Complex project is about to be launched and will tackle households around Egypt in remote areas deprived of energy and water to improve the residents' quality of life. “The locations for the solar house complexes were primarily selected ...
Wall Street Journal
Egypt Seeks to Smooth Ties With US
Wall Street Journal
By CHARLES LEVINSON and MATT BRADLEY Relations between the longtime allies have hit a new low following an Egyptian government raid on pro-democracy and human-rights groups and travel bans imposed on several of their American employees, threatening an ...
Egypt will continue its privatisation programme: Minister of planning
Egypt's military seeks to bolster ties with US amid tensions over raids on NGOs
Egypt vows to continue privatization deals, says minister
Egypt's feminist union undergoing reincarnation
By Jessica Gray CAIRO, Egypt (WOMENSENEWS)--Grassroots organizations have been flowering in Egypt's first post-revolutionary year and at least one is coming back to life. The Egyptian Feminist Union, first founded in 1923, was shuttered just shy of 30 ...
Why Egypt's revolution will take a little longer
An Egyptian woman studies her ballot paper in a polling station in Cairo on Sunday during the first round of the Shura Council elections. Drafting the country's constitution is a delicate balancing act between the historically abused power of the ...
Egypt ends first day vote for upper house elections
Egypt votes ... again?
Opinion: Sitting on the edge
Freed Egyptian Blogger Vows to Keep Up His Opposition to the Ruling Generals
Mikael Nabil—atheist, fan of Israel, conscientious objector—is always the odd man out in Egypt, and when the military assumed power last year, they locked him up right away. Now he's out and kicking up a ruckus by condemning the protestors he says ...