Egypt's President Meets Palestinian Counterpart
Egypt's new president hosted the Western-backed Palestinian president Wednesday, avoiding preferential treatment toward the rival Hamas, the Gaza branch of his own Muslim Brotherhood. The meeting indicated that President Mohamed Morsi wanted to ...
Mohamed Morsi, Mahmoud Abbas Meet In Egypt
Egypt protesters try to storm Syrian Embassy in Cairo
Los Angeles Times
The protesters were joined by Syrian expatriates and opposition figures, who have set up a "revolution tent" near the Arab League building off Tahrir Square, the epicenter of Egypt's uprising last year. The protest came shortly after the Wednesday ...
Protesters try to storm Syria embassy in Egypt
Syria Embassy In Egypt Stormed By Protesters
Egypt's president meets Palestinian counterpart
CAIRO—Egypt's new president hosted the Western-backed Palestinian president Wednesday, avoiding preferential treatment toward the rival Hamas, the Gaza branch of his own Muslim Brotherhood. The meeting indicated that President Mohamed Morsi ...
Labour unrest spreads in Egypt's textile sector
Workers say they are sliding into poverty. * Strikes could worsen balance of payments problems. * Early test for new Islamist president. By Shaimaa Fayed. CAIRO, July 18 (Reuters) - Strikes brought a swathe of Egypt's state textile industry to a halt ...
Labor unrest spreads in Egypt's textile sector
Egypt textile workers in revolt: Seven companies join Mahalla strike
San Francisco Chronicle
Egypt's top intelligence body makes bid for public support as it faces ...
CAIRO — Egypt's top intelligence agency, long a secretive power behind the country's ruling system, is taking a small but unprecedented step out of the shadows in an apparent attempt to win the public's support in the face of potential challenges from ...
Egypt intelligence agency tries to reclaim image
Egypt Offers Debt as IMF Awaits Government; Dollar Bonds Gain
Egypt's new leaders haven't “indicated that they will seek financial support,” the IMF said in an e-mailed statement yesterday as President Mohamed Mursi has yet to appoint a government almost a month after his election win. Negotiations for a $3.2 ...
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
Behind Jeers for Clinton in Egypt, a Conspiracy Theory With US Roots
3 weeks in, Egypt still wondering what Morsi stands for
Don't destroy beach tourism, Egypt's new leader told
AIN SUKHNA, Egypt (Reuters) - The beanbag chair decorated with pharaonic-era rulers that Waleed displays has found another use since passing business at this Egyptian Red Sea resort slowed to a trickle. As five hours go by in the sticky afternoon heat ...
Don't destroy Egypt's beach tourism, industry enterpreneurs tell Morsi
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 after three days of captivity in Egypt. "We put our faith on God, and he don't let us down," Michel Louis, one of the Americans, said from ...
Everett woman released after kidnapping in Egypt
From Nasser to Tahrir Square: The Story of US Influence in Egypt
Huffington Post (blog)
Lloyd Gardner's Road to Tahrir Square exposes how the U.S. empowered Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak with the "tools of repression" for the past 30 years and the extent to which American policymakers have shaped Egypt's destiny, including the very ...
A Reporter Looks At Where Egypt May Be Headed
Egypt, a comic book, a revolution and a store