Egypt court delays key ruling amid protests
CAIRO (AP) — A court on Tuesday postponed issuing a key ruling on whether a Muslim Brotherhood-led panel tasked with writing Egypt's new constitution is legal, after Islamists protested outside the courtroom and squabbled with rival lawyers inside in ...
Egypt Court Delays Hearing on Constution Amid Protests
Activists await results of president's committee on Egypt military tribunals
3 weeks in, Egypt still wondering what Morsi stands for
Egypt train crash blamed on passengers placing rocks, logs on track
Egyptian passengers fed up with waiting for their train to move put logs and rocks on the rails of a nearby track, causing two other trains to collide on Tuesday, an Egyptian security official said. At least four people were injured.
Egypt Train Crash Injuries 4
Christian Science Monitor
Americans kidnapped in Egypt reunited with family, church group in Israel
Two Americans reunited with their families Tuesday in northern Israel, a day after kidnappers freed them unharmed following three days of captivity in Egypt.
In Sinai, Egypt's Bedouins see kidnapping foreigners as a way to be heard
2 Americans kidnapped in Egypt's Sinai are freed
Americans who were kidnapped in Egypt are reunited with families
International Business Times
Egypt: Clinton's Interview On Egypt Trip With Elise Labott of CNN
Let's start with your trip to Egypt. It wasn't a very warm welcome by a lot of Egyptians. There were very nasty protests, protesters throwing shoes. In your meetings with Christian leaders, a lot of uncertainty about U.S. policy, it doesn't seem very ...
Talking About Egypt, Thinking About Iran: Clinton's Real Focus In Israel
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Clinton confers with Israeli leaders about Syria, Egypt, Iran
Clinton regrets only wasted tomatoes in Egypt protest
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Monday she was "not offended" by protesters in Egypt who pelted her motorcade with tomatoes, calling the demonstrations a sign of.
Protests as Clinton holds meetings in Egypt
Egypt Searches for New Premier as Economic Concerns Deepen
Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi focused his search for the country's next premier on a list of technocrats with the experience needed to revive the limping economy.
Burns On Egypt's Way Forward
Voice of America
Deputy Secretary Burns stressed the significance of the democratic transition underway in Egypt.
'Morsi Meter' Takes the Measure of Egypt's New President
Egypt's Ultras Ahlawy assaulted before scheduled press conference
Attacks on Al-Ahly Fans Mean Professional Soccer Won't Resume in Egypt Any ...
Egypt Offers Fewest 7-Day Repos in 2 Months; Dollar Bonds Gain
Egypt's central bank will offer the fewest seven-day repurchase agreements in two months as funding pressure ease following a cut in a key reserve ratio for banks and the sale of longer-term repos. Dollar bonds advanced.
In the new Egypt, beards appear where they were once banned
Battles over facial hair reflect Egypt's messy struggle to redefine its relationship with Islam in the post-revolution era.