Latest Egypt vote brings Islamists closer to win
CAIRO: The Muslim Brotherhood won more than a third of the votes in the last stage of elections for Egypt's lower house of parliament, according to partial results yesterday, which show the Islamists are set to dominate the legislature. ...
Egypt's Threatened Treasures
The Associated Press
Egypt's Mubarak May Face Death in Killings of Protesters
The New American
Egypt's former dictator, Hosni Mubarak, who enjoyed 30 years of mostly undisturbed rule under a nearly perpetual “Emergency Law,” is being tried along with his security chief and six top police officers for their complicity in the killings of hundreds ...
Prosecutors in Egypt Call for Mubarak to Be Hanged
Egypt prosecutor demands death sentence for Hosni Mubarak
Prosecution demands death for Egypt's Mubarak
Ga. Student Accused of Spying Has No Regrets
He took an internship in Egypt last summer to offer legal help to asylum seekers, and he heard stories of people being held captive by secret police. He never thought he would have a similar experience. The 28-year-old Emory University law student ...
Egyptian pilot-in-training raises concerns with unannounced landing overnight
By Joe Byrnes An Egyptian pilot training at a flight school in St. Augustine raised concerns early Friday morning when he circled part of the Gainesville Regional Airport in a small plane and then made an unexpected and largely unannounced landing in ...
What future for Christians in Egypt?
Ibrahim, a 47-year-old mother of two, is voicing a concern held by many of Egypt's Christian population. Only minutes into 2011 a bomb exploded in the Two Saints Church in Alexandria, and the year before a crazed gunmen killed six worshippers as they ...
Security tight as Egypt Copts celebrate Christmas
Egyptian Christian leaders consider dialogue with Islamic groups
Egypt's Copts voice fear and optimism
Death penalty for former Egyptian Pres?
Prosecutors at the trial of Hosni Mubarak have demanded the death penalty for former Egyptian president on charges of killing protesters during Egypt uprising. The trial has been adjourned till Jan 9. Bedridden and airlifted to this court in Cairo, ...
Prosecutors demands death for Egypt's Hosni Mubark
Christian Science Monitor
Egyptian Envoy Says Israel Treaty Secure, Defends NGO Raids
6 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's ambassador to the US pushed back against calls in Washington to withhold more than $1 billion in US aid following raids on democracy groups in Cairo and dismissed concerns that his nation may abandon its peace treaty with ...
US democracy NGOs in Egypt still shuttered
Time to Cut Aid to Egypt
New York Times
Prosecutors charge Egyptian ex-President Mubarak, associates ordered killing ...
CAIRO — The prosecution in the Hosni Mubarak trial said on Wednesday it has concluded that Egypt's ousted president, his security chief and six top police officers were the “actual instigators” of the killing of more than 800 protesters during last ...
Overtures to Egypt's Islamists Reverse Longtime US Policy
Egypt Al-Ahly face Bayern in Doha
By Tamer Mohamed - The Egyptian Gazette CAIRO - Al-Ahly football director Sayyed Abdel-Hafiz has admitted that his team's friendly match against Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich Saturday night will not be an easy clash, stressing that the players will ...
Bayern to play with Egypt's Al Ahly club
Strength of Egyptian Islamists proves a test for Obama's pro-democracy policy ...
The strong electoral showing of Islamist parties in Egypt has provided the first major test of the Obama administration's pledge to support democratically elected governments in the Arab world, even when its preferred candidates lose. ...
Why Islamism Is Winning
Region takes future into its own hands
America can no longer rely on military aid to influence the Middle East