Globe and Mail
Trial Will Test US-Egypt Relations
Wall Street Journal
They add that the lingering obscurity exposes the accusations for what they are: Trumped-up charges meant to disparage pro-democracy activists by lumping them in with imagined foreign plots to undermine and divide Egypt. "It's very simple.
Egypt Court to Issue Verdict in Mubarak's Trial in June
Mubarak's old guard hopes fallout from NGOs' trial will destabilize Egypt
The 3rd man: Egyptian fears of the foreign plot
Egypt trial threatens future of U.S. pro-democracy NGOs
Kansas City Star
WASHINGTON — A trial set for Sunday in Egypt of at least 16 Americans could have far-reaching implications for the pro-democracy movement that has been sweeping the Middle East. Barring some last-minute flourish of face-saving diplomacy, it also could ...
Egypt Presidential Hopeful Attacked in Carjacking
One of Egypt's top presidential hopefuls demanded police protection Friday after masked men stopped his car on the way back from a campaign event, beat him with the butt of an automatic rifle and stole his vehicle — an attack that many of his ...
Egypt's Brotherhood claims majority in vote, blames police after attacks
Google Egypt downplays privacy concerns over March revamp
But the search company's Egypt spokeswoman denies there's a threat to privacy Google's Egypt operations have defended controversial changes to the firm's privacy policies due to come into effect next week. The internet search group is simplifying its ...
Tunisia, Egypt Islamists signal bigger religion role
After months of reassuring secularist critics, Islamist politicians in Tunisia and Egypt have begun to lay down markers about how Muslim their states should be - and first signs show they want more religion than previously admitted.
Division developing between main Islamist parties in Egypt
Secular sell-out: Islamist lobby directs US policy in Egypt
Gaza's Hamas PM voices support for Syria protests
Seattle Post Intelligencer
MOHAMMED DARAGHMEH, AP Gaza's Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, flashes victory sign as he gives a speech after Friday prayer at Al Azhar mosque in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Feb. 24, 2012. Photo: Khalil Hamra / AP Gaza's Hamas Prime Minister Ismail ...
Gaza's Hamas prime minister voices support for Syrian protesters
'Egypt, Hamas agree to link electricity grids'
Engage Hamas' moderates and test their newfound flexibility
US-Egypt alliance put to the test
THE PROSECUTION of Americans for promoting democracy in Egypt has been a tale of deceit and false promises by the country's ruling military council. Time and again the generals have told senior US officials that the offices of US nongovernmental ...
Egypt's Brotherhood claims majority in parliament vote
CAIRO, Feb 24 (Reuters) - The Muslim Brotherhood claimed in its own newspaper on Friday it had scored an outright majority in an election for Egypt's upper house of parliament after having emerged as the top party in an earlier lower house vote.
Egypt's Brotherhood blames ministry after attacks
Politician injured in Egypt road attack
FJP parliamentarian injured in car accident
PRI's The World
Coptic Christians in Egypt Fear for the Future Under Islamist Government
PRI's The World
This winter, The Muslim Brotherhood and ultraconservative Salafi parties won almost 75 percent of the seats in Egypt's parliamentary elections. Last October, more than 20 Christians were killed during a demonstration demanding equal rights.
Egypt's faceless enemy