Wall Street Journal
Egypt's ruling generals play risky game with US
Times of India
CAIRO: Egypt's ruling generals are playing a risky game of brinksmanship by cracking down on American nonprofit groups that promote democracy, threatening a relationship with Washington that has brought the military billions of dollars in aid over the ...
Egypt officials see end to US NGO stand-off
Architect of Egypt's NGO crackdown is Mubarak holdover
New Egypt More Distrustful Than Old, US Groups Say
Egyptian Generals' Group Drops Planned Talks With US Lawmakers
7 (Bloomberg) -- An Egyptian military delegation visiting Washington canceled talks with US senators because the group was called home amid a dispute over charges against American pro-democracy workers, according to three US senators.
Egyptians cancel US meetings
Los Angeles Times
Egypt says 19 Americans will be ordered to stand trial
Los Angeles Times
Reporting from Cairo — Relations between Washington and Cairo plummeted further Sunday when Egypt's military-controlled government announced that 19 Americans working for pro-democracy groups, including the son of a Cabinet official, would be ordered ...
Egypt names 19 Americans facing trial
Egypt Speeds Preparation for Presidential Vote
Yahoo! Sports (blog)
Egypt coach Bob Bradley marches with protestors after stadium violence
Yahoo! Sports (blog)
By Brooks Peck By Brooks Peck | Dirty Tackle – Thu, Feb 2, 2012 9:39 PM EST It's been less than five months since former US coach Bob Bradley took over Egypt's national team in the wake of the country's upheaval and revolution.
American is coach, protester in Egypt
An American Caught in the Middle of Egypt's Chaos
Egypt vs soccer violence
FIFA donates money to victims of Egypt soccer tragedy
Photo: AP WASHINGTON, Feb.7, 2012 - FIFA, soccer's world governing body, has decided to donate financial aid of $250000 to the families of the victims of last week's tragedy in Port Said (Egypt) following the game between Al Masry and Al Ahly.
FIFA pledge funds to Egypt victims
Blatter reveals donation to families of Egypt victims
FIFA gives $250000 aid to victims' families after Egypt soccer tragedy
US Senators Warn Egypt of 'Disastrous Rupture' in Relations
Voice of America (blog)
Three United States Senators are warning of a “disastrous rupture” in relations with Egypt if the case of 19 Americans charged with illegal fundraising is not resolved soon. Republicans John McCain and Kelly Ayotte and Independent Joe Lieberman said ...
Egypt risks rupture in ties with US
Egypt arrests could end US aid
Egypt parliament urges government to condemn Syria
Egypt's parliament agreed on Tuesday to freeze ties with the Syrian assembly and urged the government to denounce Damascus's brutal crackdown on dissent, adding to a chorus of international condemnation. The People's Assembly agreed to "freeze ...
From the Syria Veto to the Egypt NGO Crisis: A Weekend of Setbacks to US Policy
A Soccer Riot in Egypt and the Ongoing Human Catastrophe in Syria
Mohamed Ibrahim, Egypt Interior Minister, Must Step Down, Say MPs
CAIRO, Feb 7 (Reuters) - Egyptian lawmakers blamed the interior minister on Tuesday for the deaths of protesters in five days of street clashes with riot police in Cairo and said it showed his ministry should be purged of remnants of Hosni Mubarak's ...
Protesters' birdshot accounts refute Egypt's interior ministry claims
Egypt interior minister denies police fired at protesters
Egypt minister denies firing on protesters
Islamist's Call to Prayer Ruled Out of Order in Egyptian Parliament
New York Times (blog)
By MAYY EL-SHEIKH Members of Egypt's first freely elected Parliament in more than six decades were interrogating the interior minister over the recent killing of protesters on Tuesday when Mamdouh Ismail, a lawmaker from the ultraconservative Salafi ...
Islamist MPs clash in Egypt over call to prayer
Egypt's Piety Contest
Egypt MP delivers call to prayer, gets hushed by MB speaker
MIDEAST STOCKS-Egypt up on move to earlier civilian rule, Gulf down
By Tamim Elyan and Rachna Uppal | CAIRO/DUBAI Feb 7 (Reuters) - Egypt's bourse climbed on Tuesday on improving investor sentiment over a likely quicker transition to civilian rule, while most Gulf markets declined on global concerns and a sell-off ...
Egypt's bourse climbs; Gulf markets down
Egypt rises on move to faster presidential vote
Egypt telecom tycoon Naguib Sawiris eyes new horizons