Los Angeles Times
Egypt trial against American pro-democracy workers opens
Los Angeles Times
The US and Egypt have struggled to resolve the crisis. Protesters chant anti-military slogans at the trial of pro-democracy workers in Cairo. (Khalil Hamra / Associated Press / February 26, 2012) By Jeffrey Fleishman and Amro Hassan, Los Angeles Times ...
Egypt Delays Aid-Worker Trial, as US Steps Up Talks
Trial of Democracy Activists Opens in Egypt
Trial of US Nonprofit Workers in Egypt Is Abruptly Put Off
Egyptian Islamist Running for Presidency Attacked by Armed Men
24 (Bloomberg) -- Abdel Moneim Abu el-Fotouh, a candidate for Egypt's presidency and former member of the Muslim Brotherhood, suffered concussion after an attack by armed men. El-Fotouh's driver was also hurt and his car was stolen, the state-run ...
Egypt presidential hopeful attacked in carjacking
Egypt's leading Islamist presidential hopeful attacked in carjacking, suffers ...
Globe and Mail
Hamas leader wanted in U.S. as terrorist moves to Egypt
By JOSH GERSTEIN | A prominent leader in the Palestinian Hamas movement who is under indictment in the US on terrorism charges, Moussa Abu Marzouk, has reportedly moved to Egypt from Syria as a result of the violent confrontation underway between the ...
Hamas Strike Electricity Deal with Egypt
Gaza's Hamas PM voices support for Syria protests
Egypt Delays Trial Of Rights Workers
MyFox Washington DC
(FOX News) - US officials are evaluating the latest developments in Egypt's case against 16 American democracy advocates, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday after an Egyptian judge delayed the trial until late April.
Clinton says weighing response to Egypt activist trial
Clinton: `Fluid situation' in US trials in Egypt
Clinton says case of American democracy advocates on trials in Egypt is 'fluid ...
Egypt says Brit tried to smuggle artifacts
By AYA BATRAWY AP CAIRO -- Egyptian security officials say they have thwarted an attempt by a British man and his wife to smuggle 19 artifacts out of the country. Police say the couple were stopped in Luxor International Airport on Sunday with pieces ...
Egypt court adjourns trial of 'US spies' to April
A trial which has shaken Egypt's 30-year alliance with the US began yesterday when a court was told 16 American workers with non-governmental organsiations were CIA spies. Forty-three foreign and Egyptian workers from NGOs – including the son of the US ...
Egypt Court Adjourns US Activists' Trial to April 26th
Trial of Americans in Egypt to Begin Sunday
Egypt's ruling military council's FB page misquotes Thomas Friedman
In a NYT op-ed last week entitled “Egypt's step backward,” Friedman accused Egypt's ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) of resisting political and economic reforms in Egypt. Friedman slammed Egyptian International Cooperation Minister ...
Egyptian Stocks: Orascom Construction, Raya Holding, Asek Co.
26 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index rose 2.5 percent to 5269.65, the highest since July 10, at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange. Stock symbols follow company names.
Egyptian Stocks: Credit Agricole, Orascom Construction, Raya
Egypt Court to Issue Verdict in Mubarak's Trial in June
New York Times
CAIRO — Egyptian politicians scrambled this week to guess the effect of a verdict in the trial of former President Hosni Mubarak, which is now set to be announced in early June, around the same time as the election of his successor.
Trial Will Test US-Egypt Relations
Egypt's old guard refuses to go along with wave of change
Egypt's Interior Ministry - Continuous Object of Anger, Dissent
Middle East Online
Egyptian striker: I saw Mubarak as father of all Egyptians
Middle East Online
Soccer star Mohamed Zidan in controversial remarks in television interview puts his finger on problems Egypt, other post-revolt Arab countries face in transition from autocratic to more open society. By James M. Dorsey - Singapore Egyptian soccer star ...