New York Times
Egypt's Islamists Tread Lightly, but Skeptics Squirm
New York Times
Shariah law would provide the principles on which the country's legal system would be based, he acknowledged repeatedly. When he was sworn in last month, the Arab world's biggest country gained an unabashed Islamist as its leader for the first time, ...
Egypt's president faces backlash on choice for prime minister
Egypt's prime minister doubted
New Zealand-Egypt Preview
Egypt fell 3-2 to Brazil on Thursday and New Zealand by 1-0 to Belarus the same day. The only way the loser can be eliminated Sunday is if the Brazilians and Belorussians draw in the second game of this doubleheader in Manchester United's famed stadium ...
Brazil men's team wary after mistakes in opener
Egypt ready for 'easier test' against New Zealand in London Games
Egypt head coach: Neymar needs to play more for the team
Hamas invites Egypt's Mursi to visit Gaza
Hamas on Saturday invited Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi and leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood to visit the Gaza Strip. Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, who is visiting Egypt for the first time since the ouster of Hosni Mubarak, relayed the ...
Post Haniyeh's visit to Morsi, Egypt to extend Rafah border working hours
Egypt's president meets Hamas leader
Muslim Brotherhood's rise in Egypt could push Hamas to disarm
San Francisco Chronicle
Fakes no more; Egypt's Olympians get genuine gear
Egypt's committee chairman admitted earlier this week that the committee decided to go cheap because the designer sports labels, whose goods can range in price from $300 to $500 per athlete, were not something it could afford given Egypt's precarious ...
Egypt's Olympic team gets free Nike clot
Egypt's Olympic team gets free gear from Nike
Egypt's Olympic team gets free Nike clothing
Egypt's president faces backlash from allies
In this Sunday, July 22, 2012 photo released by the Egyptian Presidency, Egyptian President, Mohammed Morsi, left, meets with the minister of Water Resources and Irrigation, Hesham Kandil, at the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt. On Tuesday, July 24 ...
Brazil beats Egypt 3-2
CARDIFF, Wales — Gold-medal favorite Brazil scored three first-half goals then held on for a 3-2 win over Egypt in its opening Group C match of the men's Olympic football tournament on Thursday. Rafael opened the scoring in the 16th minute, Leandro ...
Brazil beats Egypt 3-2 in its opener at men's Olympic soccer tournament
Brazil 3-2 Egypt: Neymar and Rafael on target as Samba Boys edge five-goal ...
Jihadi group in Egypt says responsible for attack killing Israeli on border
An Islamic Jihadi group based in Egypt's Sinai has posted a video showing it carried out a cross-border attack in June, killing one Israeli at a border barrier construction site and raising doubts over Egypt's security control over the desert peninsula ...
Viewpoints: Copts are watching, worrying in Egypt
Among the biggest losers from the current Arab political upheavals are the Christian minorities of the Middle East. Long before the Arab Spring, Iraq's historic Christian community had shrunk dramatically, as tens of thousands fled threats and bomb ...
Egypt: Christian Burns Muslim's Shirt; Muslims Burn Christian Homes
Sectarian violence sparked in Egypt after Christian laundry worker burns ...
Table Tennis: Egypt's Lashine and Assar reach second round
Egypt's El-Sayed Lashine has earned his place in the second round of the Olympic men's table tennis singles after beating Sweden's Par Gerell 4-3 at the 2012 London Games on Saturday. Lashine overcame Gerell in the first round, beating the Swedish ...
Panetta Heads to Middle East as Iran Dominates Israel Talks
His trip to Tunisia, Egypt, Israel and Jordan has a security agenda, including new concerns about Syrian chemical weapons, along with election-season political stakes. Panetta is scheduled to arrive in Israel on the heels of a visit by Republican ...