Brotherhood claims victory in Egypt president vote
Muslim Brotherhood declares that its candidate, Mohammed Morsi, won Egypt's presidential election.
Military guards Egypt power as Islamists claim victory
Egypt votes for 2nd day to pick Mubarak successor
Islamists say win Egypt presidency; army holds power
Amid Low Turnout, Egypt Military Asserts Its Role
Wall Street Journal
Turnout on Egypt's final day of a presidential run-off appeared low Sunday as the military leadership seemed poised to cement its hold on the nation's legislative ...
Tantawi Reiterates Commitment to Hand Over Power On July One
Egypt's military rulers dissolve parliament
US urges Egypt's Tantawi for political transition
Voice of America
Low Voter Turnout Reported in Egypt's Round-Off Vote
Voice of America
Heba Morayef of Human Rights Watch says many Egyptian voters appear less motivated in presidential run-off vote.
Egypt's Brotherhood declares its candidate president
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood declared on Monday that its candidate Mohamed Morsy had won the country's first free presidential race, beating ...
Egypt's Brotherhood gives breakdown of vote win
New York Post
Egypt elections: Muslim Brotherhood in a fight for survival
Christian Science Monitor
The Muslim Brotherhood has a lot to lose if the group's candidate fails to win Egypt's presidential elections runoff. Turnout appears light on the second day of ...
Egypt military issues decree giving armed forces sweeping powers ...
Shortly after polls in Egypt's landmark presidential vote closed Sunday night, Egypt's military leaders issued a constitutional decree that gave the armed forces ...
Egypt economy to grow under 2 percent in 2012: central bank
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Egypt's economic growth will slow to under 2 per cent this year from 2.5 per cent last year because of political turmoil, the country's ...
Egypt could get $65 million loan from Arab Monetary Fund
Arab Monetary Fund in $65 million loan to Egypt