Egypt will not be swayed by aid threat in NGO case: PM
By Marwa Awad and Tamim Elyan | CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt said on Wednesday it would not be swayed by threats to aid when probing NGOs over charges they received foreign cash without official approval, a case that has led Washington to warn that $1.3 ...
Egyptian PM says country won't 'back down' over NGO workers despite threats to ...
Egypt's Premier Vows Not to Yield in Prosecuting 19 Americans
Egypt Triggers Worst US Rift in Decades by Charging Americans
Egyptian raids on US NGOs conducted 'according to the law,' judge says
NGOs are meddling in Egyptian politics 'without licence' By Jailan Zayan CAIRO • Egyptian judges probing alleged illegal foreign funding of non-governmental organizations accused domestic and foreign groups on Wednesday of illegally meddling in ...
Egypt sends US formal charges against NGOs
Egypt accuses NGOs of meddling in politics
Egypt Accuses Some NGOs of Conducting Political Activities
Egypt: Investigation will continue
8 (UPI) -- An investigation into foreign groups operating in Egypt that has trapped five US citizens in the country will continue, the prime minister said Wednesday. At a news conference, the two investigating judges described the non-governmental ...
Egypt Spirals Down
Durbin outraged over LaHood Egypt situation
Peoria native among those caught up in Egypt tug of war
Egypt is on my mind
But Egypt was on my mind. I'd intended to write about Michael Bradley this week, and still will. But the contrast between the riots at the game between El Masry and Al Ahly in Port Said stand in such startling contrast to the football fun fair that ...
Soccer riots rock Egypt
American is coach, protester in Egypt
Amid violence, uncertainty, former USMNT boss Bob Bradley holding firm as ...
Egypt speeds preparation for presidential vote
29, 2011 file photo, Egyptian police raid a non-governmental organization office in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptian investigating judges on Sunday referred 43 NGO workers, including 19 Americans, to trial before a criminal court for allegedly being involved in ...
Egypt's Military Rulers Speed Up Nominations for Presidential Election
Egypt army urges swift move to presidential election
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
Egypt's trial of US activists risks rupturing ties: senators
WASHINGTON -- A trio of leading US senators on Tuesday warned Egypt that the risk of a “disastrous” rupture in ties had “rarely been greater” amid an escalating row over the planned trial of US pro-democracy activists. Republican senators John McCain ...
US Senators say "disastrous" break in relations with Egypt is possible
Egypt, Syria, Ending a war and let's have a parade
By Mike Francis, The Oregonian Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Martin Dempsey is headed for Egypt at a time when Egypt's military-led government is detaining American citizens and members of Congress are discussing yanking military aid to the country.
Egypt's Ruling Generals Play Risky Game With US
Egypt's ruling generals appear to be playing a risky game of brinkmanship by cracking down on American nonprofit groups that promote democracy there. Some say the move may threaten US foreign aid to Cairo. (Feb. 7) WELLINGTON - Representatives Joseph ...
Why the US should resist stoking the chaos in Cairo
Washington Post (blog)
The answer is that Egypt's is a confused revolution, looking for people to blame for its troubles. The United States should stifle its anger for now — and avoid a hasty cutoff of aid that would make a bad situation worse. The Egyptian revolution ...
Rise of the Brotherhood Won't Alter Egypt's Economy Much
Egypt's Parliament shows lack of strength in recent clashes
Brotherhood says it won't 'Islamize' Egypt