New York Times
With Revolution's Fate at Stake, Egypt Votes on President
New York Times
Turnout in the early hours was moderate in the race, which pits a former prime minister of Hosni Mubarak against a Muslim Brotherhood candidate.
Egypt votes for president to succeed Mubarak
Egypt returns to polls as military cements its control
Egypt coach blames loss on weariness, poor passing
From Yahoo! Sports: Coach Bob Bradley said weariness and poor passing contributed to the stunning 3-2 home defeat Egypt suffered against the Central ...
Egypt loses at home to Central African R
Egypt loses at home to Central African Republic
Central African Republic defeat Egypt in qualifier
Panetta reaches out to Egypt's military leaders
The Hill (blog)
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta reached out to the head of Egypt's ruling military council days after the group dissolved the country's Parliament, casting further ...
Egypt Ruling Military Head Tantawi Dissolves Parliament
Egypt: Military council dissolves parliament as per court order
Egypt: Latest Developments of Presidential Run-Off
Voters continue to cast their votes in Egypt's governorates. Cairo: ... U.S Congressman David Dreier in charge of monitoring Egypt's presidential election and his ...
Egypt's presidential election: Facts about the historic post-Mubarak ...
Questions and answers about Egypt's presidential election runoff.
Egypt's Divided Voters Ready to Make History
The final round of Egypt's first free presidential elections began Saturday morning, with voters having to choose between two polarizing candidates, keeping ...
Egypt at a precipice of an uncertain future
Creating jobs and attracting investment are Egypt's biggest challenges
Egypt votes to choose successor to Hosni Mubarak
Faced with a choice between Hosni Mubarak's ex-prime minister and an Islamist candidate, Egyptians voted Saturday in a presidential runoff the outcome of ...