The Associated Press
Egyptian police incited massacre at stadium, say angry footballers
Twin brothers who play for the football team Al-Masry, whose match against a rival team in Egypt ended in a massacre, claim the violence was encouraged by the police with the backing of the army. Captain Karim Zekri and his brother, Mohamed, ...
Egypt soccer federation president and board resign, 2 days after getting fired
Egypt soccer federation president, board resign
Death toll in Egypt clashes climbs to 7
US women call Egypt captors "kind"
American tourists Norma Supe, left, and Patti Gamal, right, are seen after their release by gunmen in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, late Friday, Feb. 3, 2012. Bedouin tribesmen abducted two female American tourists and their Egyptian guide at gunpoint Friday ...
AP Interview: US women call Egypt captors 'kind'
Freed US tourist says Egyptian kidnappers were 'very nice'
AP Interview: Calif. women kidnapped in Egypt say captors were polite, served ...
Death toll in latest Egypt clashes climbs to 12
Backdropped by Egyptian riot police, two men ask protestors not to throw stones during clashes near the Interior Ministry in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012. The number of people killed in clashes with Egyptian security forces in the wake of a ...
12 killed in Egypt clashes over deadly soccer riot
12 killed in recent clashes in Egypt, officials say
Protests Over Soccer Match Riot Continue in Egypt
New blast hits Egypt's gas pipeline to Israel
CAIRO, Egypt — Saboteurs on Sunday blew up a pipeline that supplies gas to Israel, the 12th such attack in a year, security officials said. Masked gunmen planted explosives under the pipeline in the Al-Massaeed area, close to the town of El-Arish in ...
Gas pipeline explodes in Egypt's northern Sinai
Blast hits Egypt's gas pipeline to Israel
Egypt's aid from US in peril amid crackdown on pro-democracy groups
For the past three decades, Egypt has received an average of $2 billion a year from the United States, making it the biggest recipient of American foreign aid besides Israel. But with the country now at a critical stage in its transition toward ...
Clinton warns of 'problems' with Egypt over NGOs
Clinton warns of "problems" with Egypt over NGOs
US Renews Warning to Egypt Over Aid
Egypt and the US: The end of a beautiful friendship?
By ZVI MAZEL 02/04/2012 23:31 Since Hosni Mubarak's forcible ouster, relations between the US and Egypt have taken a downturn, though DC is not ready to acknowledge it. By REUTERS A year ago, Egypt was America's staunchest ally in the Arab world and ...
Amr Moussa calls for Egypt presidential elections before end of April
Political Insider: Egypt's politics boil over at a Jersey City flag-raising
Egypt''s military won''t allow sedition between youth, army - SCAF
Are Egypt's Islamists Heading for a Fall?
National Review Online (blog)
By Daniel Pipes Terrified of the secular/modern/liberal demonstrators who made their presence known in Tahrir Square, as well as of the soccer hooligans, Mohamed Tantawi and Egypt's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces have forged a mutually beneficial ...
In Egypt, Military Blamed For Targeting Soccer Fans
Violent protests continued for a second day in Egypt in response to the deadly riot at a soccer match earlier this week. Many of the protesters claim authorities chose not to stop the soccer riots as retaliation against fan groups — known as Ultras ...
Egypt: deadly violence in Suez; Sinai moves towards insurgency
World War 4 Report
Two people were shot dead by police in Suez and more than 400 injured in protests across Egypt Feb. 2, sparked by the deaths of 74 people in a riot following a football match in Port Said the previous day. In Cairo, thousands of protesters marched on ...