New York Times
Egypt Moves Up Americans' Trial
Wall Street Journal
By MATT BRADLEY CAIRO—Egyptian judges said they would resume the trial of a group of Americans and other nongovernmental organization staffers on April 10, over two weeks earlier than previously planned, accelerating a case that nearly ruptured ...
An American Who Stayed Appears in Court in Egypt
Egypt again postpones trial of US nonprofit groups
Court adjourns NGO case to April 10, HRW urges Egypt to drop charges
Top Egyptian activists under investigation by military prosecutor
CAIRO — Egypt's military prosecutor is investigating allegations against 12 of the country's best-known activists and public figures, the official state news agency reported Thursday. The allegations, filed in a complaint by more than 700 people, ...
Egypt's military probing charges against activists
An Egyptian career woman? Soon it could be rare
An Egyptian career woman? Soon it could be rare Women shout slogans against the Egyptian military council before marching with other women to mark International Women's Day in Cairo on Thursday. By Charlene Gubash CAIRO, Egypt – International Women's ...
Equality Now urges integration of women's rights in post-revolution Egypt
Egypt: Bedouins Clash With the Police
New York Times
Security forces clashed late on Thursday with Bedouins in the northern Sinai Peninsula, an Egyptian security official said, and one Bedouin was killed in the fighting. The clashes occurred after the police arrested a Bedouin on suspicion of theft.
Official: Egyptian police, Bedouins clash in northern Sinai, 1 killed
Official: Bedouins, Egyptian police clash in Sinai
Egypt's religious hardliners make a rocky debut in Parliament
Kansas City Star
By HANNAH ALLAM CAIRO -- Only five weeks into their historic foray into Parliament, Egypt's ultraconservative Salafists have earned a reputation as loose cannons for a series of actions that critics might dismiss as comical if it weren't for the ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood sets sights on El-Ganzouri govt
According to parliamentary sources, a campaign aimed at withdrawing confidence from the incumbent government of Egyptian Prime Minister Kamal El-Ganzouri can be expected next week. The same sources add that various Egyptian political forces are ...
Egypt parliament to reject govt in vote: Brotherhood
Egypt parliament to reject govt in vote-Brotherhood
Egypt buys 18-20 gas oil cargoes in tender
LONDON, March 8 (Reuters) - State-owned Egyptian General Petroleum Corp (EGPC) has awarded a tender to buy 18-20 cargoes of gas oil between March and June, traders said on Thursday. Over half of the cargoes were awarded to trading giant Glencore, ...
Woman taxi driver breaks barriers in Egypt
March 07, 2012|Aya Batrawy, AP It has all the trappings of an Egyptian taxi. The radio is usually tuned to the legendary singer Umm Kulthoum, whose robust voice is a favorite among cabbies. On the dashboard is a pack of Marlboro cigarettes.
Mideast Egypt Woman Taxi Driver
New Egypt Speedway Highlights 5th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Dirt Track Heroes Show
by Steve Pados NEW EGYPT, NJ -- The 5th Annual NAPA Auto Parts sponsored Dirt Track Heroes Show in Phillipsburg, New Jersey moved past the mid-point of the week long show on Wednesday evening as the fourth day of the show highlighted the New Egypt ...
Islamists could crown Egypt's next president
Daily News Egypt
By Hamza Hendawi / Associated Press CAIRO: A lineup of Islamists, retired generals, old regime figures and political newcomers are campaigning to become Egypt's first president since Hosni Mubarak's fall, but none of them may have the stature to tackle ...
American in Cairo: Egyptian protesters wanted to trade us for terror leader
Egyptian Youth: Cautious But Hopeful – Analysis
'Revolutionary' movements split over Egypt's looming presidential poll