Egypt presidential elections dogged by turmoil, uncertainty
The current political scene in Egypt is in a constant state of flux. Only two weeks before the run-off presidential elections are set to take place, large-scale protests and a sit-in are taking place in Tahrir Square, in what has come to be a ...
Egypt's Brotherhood faces tough popular test
More Egypt Protests Loom, Targeting Mubarak's Prime Minister
Egypt bank takes legal steps vs unwanted suitor
(Adds background) By Patrick Werr CAIRO, June 4 (Reuters) - EFG Hermes said on Monday it was taking legal measures to protect the company and its shareholders from an unwanted takeover attempt, raising the stakes in a battle for control of Egypt's ...
Egyptian Stocks: EFG-Hermes Holding, Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals
Egyptian Stocks: EFG-Hermes Holding and Maridive & Oil Services
Egypt's EFG rebuffs buy-out offer
American NGO worker in Egypt faces his fate in court
Los Angeles Times
NGO trainer Robert Becker, the lone American to stay in Egypt after Egypt launched a criminal case against NGOs, says he felt an obligation to his staff. American Robert Becker of the National Democratic Institute, left, leaves the defendants cage ...
Hearing in Egypt NGO Case Resumes Tuesday (Cairo)
Egypt riled by aid
US democracy aid went to favored groups in Egypt
Egypt bars brokerages from trading foreign stocks
CAIRO, June 4 (Reuters) - Egypt's markets watchdog has told local financial institutions they can no longer trade foreign securities, saying it exposes investors to risks that Egyptian authorities are unable to monitor. A decree signed this week by ...
Hallmark of Mubarak's Police State, Egypt's 31-Year Emergency Law Ends
By Sarah El DeebAll Articles AP Egypt's notorious emergency law has expired, ending 31 years of broad powers to detain and arrest for a police force accused of severely abusing its far-reaching authority. Since former President Anwar Sadat's 1981 ...
Egypt awaits verdict for fallen dictator
Egypt's Mubarak sentenced to life in prison
Mohammed Morsi of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
In Egypt, a Volatile Reaction to Mubarak's Sentence, Associates' Acquittals
On Saturday, longtime Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was sentenced to life in prison for his role in not stopping the killing of protesters during the Arab Spring. Also, his associates and sons were found not guilty. Gwen Ifill speaks with McClatchy ...
Egypt Advisory Body Recommend New Constitutional Panel Makeup
A civilian council that advises Egypt's military rulers recommended changing the composition of a committee to draft the country's new constitution. The head of the council, Sameh Ashour, told reporters today that they had proposed the committee ...
The Daily Star
Victims of Egypt's overthrown regime still await justice
The Daily Star
“Torture is the official state policy and not only the responsibility of an officer here or there,” Al-Nadim, an Egyptian rights group that chronicles torture cases, said in a 2007 report. The same practices were repeatedly used in detention centers, ...
Victims of Egypt's old regime still await justice
Bedouin tribesmen, police clash in Egypt's Sinai, one dead: sources
CAIRO (Reuters) - One policeman was killed and six were wounded in two separate clashes on Monday between Bedouin tribesmen and security forces at two police posts in the southern area of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, security sources said.
In Egypt, Christian sentences cloud election
CAIRO, Egypt (BP) -- An Egyptian judge has sentenced 12 Coptic Christians to life in prison for their alleged part in a riot that left two Muslims and one Christian dead in the village of Abu-Qurgas. Eight Muslims charged with the same crimes in the ...
Future Remains Clouded for the Christian Copts in Egypt