Egypt's revolutionary fervor gives way to wish for stability
By Sarah Lynch, Special for USA TODAY An Egyptian woman walks under banners supporting presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq in Cairo, Egypt, on Tuesday. By Amr Nabil, AP CAIRO – On a road lined with buildings plastered by posters of presidential ...
Egypt's historic presidential vote brings excitement and frustration
Egypt's presidential race is haunted by the past
Tumultuous Vote in Egypt Tests Fledgling Democracy
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Egypt underclass finds voice, voting against misery
Built on a rock plateau overlooking the heart of Cairo, Dweika's residents represent an underclass that mushroomed in Hosni Mubarak's Egypt, part of the deep socioeconomic malaise awaiting whoever wins the election to succeed him.
Egypt Presidential Elections: Democratic Vote Won't Erase Arab Spring ...
Egypt: 5 police sentenced for killing protesters
Egypt's struggle will go on after vote-activists
Egyptian presidential candidates appeal to stay in race
After decades of autocratic rule, Egypt will hold its first post-revolt presidential election Wednesday and Thursday, with an expected run-off vote in June between the top two finishers. The race has been a showdown between leading Islamists and ...
Egypt Starts Vote as Investors Doubt Crisis Over: Arab Credit
Egypt starts presidential elections today with its debt-risk premium double the level when Hosni Mubarak was ousted, evidence that investors doubt the vote alone can pull the country out of an economic slump. The risk premium investors demand to hold ...
Senate panel votes to cut aid for Pakistan, Egypt
The Associated Press
The Senate Appropriations subcommittee on foreign operations also cut aid to Iraq, Egypt and Afghanistan while adding $50 million for Jordan to help it handle the influx of refugees from a violent Syria. By voice vote, the panel approved the overall ...
US senators cut funds for Iraq police training program
Senate panel votes to cut money to Pakistan, Iraq, Egypt in foreign aid budget ...
Egyptian women challenge rights abuses, militarization
Egyptian women walk in front of a wall with revolutionary graffiti near Cairo's Tahrir Square on May 22, 2012, one day before the country's landmark presidential elections. (Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images) CAIRO — It was the middle of the night in ...
Egypt elections: The challenge of appealing to women
Egypt elections: 'Women need a champion'
Ahmed Shafik: Egypt's 'counter-revolutionary candidate'
Now he hopes to become Egypt's first democratically elected president. Like Mubarak, Shafik is a former Air Force officer with close ties to Egypt's powerful military, "the quintessential candidate of the counter-revolution," in the words of Khaled ...
Egypt: Could a Pro-Military Candidate Become President Fair and Square?
Egypt's Military Council Asks Egyptians to Respect Vote Results
Facing edgy vote, Egypt army hikes diesel imports
By Jessica Donati | LONDON (Reuters) - Egypt's military rulers plan to spend close to $1 billion on diesel this summer, a spike in imports as they brace for a first free presidential election triggered by last year's uprising with a wary eye on renewed ...
Egypt buys 1.1 million tonnes of local wheat: Official
Egypt buys 1.1 mln tonnes of local wheat: official
Hamdeen Sabahy, a champion for Egypt's dispossessed
By Joe Sterling, CNN (CNN) -- Hamdeen Sabahy, a leftist dark-horse candidate for Egypt's presidency, is a passionate proponent for the teeming nation's poor and an ideological devotee of the late firebrand nationalist leader Gamal Abdel Nasser.
Egypt election: nationalist Hamdeen Sabahy offers third way
Kansas City Star
Egypt court gives 12 Christians life sentences
CAIRO – An Egyptian court sentenced 12 Christians to life in prison and acquitted eight Muslims on Monday in a case set off by religious tensions in the country's south. The Christians were found guilty of sowing public strife, the possession of ...
Egypt court gives 12 Christians life sentences in case set off by religious ...