Egypt's president faces backlash from allies
CAIRO — An alliance of pro-democracy advocates on Saturday criticized Egypt's new Islamist president for unilaterally choosing a prime minister with no track record, while leading without transparency and alienating political groups with liberal leanings.
Egypt Premier-Designate Says New Cabinet Nearly Complete
Egypt's new govt to be announced Aug. 2
Egypt's PM Mohamed Morsi weighs Cabinet options
San Francisco Chronicle
US: Religious freedom low in Afghanistan, Pakistan
New York Daily News
WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday the jury was out on whether Egypt's Islamist political parties will equally represent non-Muslims, and said the Obama administration's future relationship with President Mohammed ...
US: Egypt's Islamists must respect minorities
Religious freedom in Egypt "quite tenuous": Clinton
Belarus can advance to the Olympic quarterfinals with a victory over Egypt at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland on Wednesday. The Belorussians are in second place in Group C with three points, with Brazil in first with six. Egypt and New Zealand each ...
Egypt 1 New Zealand 1: In a League of Their Own
Egypt 1-1 New Zealand: Salah cancels out Wood opener as both sides claim first ...
Egypt draws New Zealand 1-1 in men's Olympic football tournament
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's Brilliant, Manipulative Muslim Brotherhood
Wall Street Journal
At 4 a.m. on June 18, only six hours after polls closed and well before an initial count had been completed, the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi held a press conference and declared himself the winner of Egypt's presidential election. It took ...
Egypt court move suspends constitution row
It Ain't Just a River in Egypt - By Shadi Hamid
Egypt unnerved by rising religious fervor
Egypt's Sukari gold miners end strike after winning demands
Workers at Egypt's southern Sukari gold mine, the head of Egypt's Mineral Resources Authority, and the foreign investor involved in the mining project reached agreement on Monday to reopen the mine and halt an earlier decision to dismiss striking workers.
Egyptian Group Warns: Hamas is Dangerous
The Justice and Development Organization for Human Rights in Egypt has called to release Gaza from under the rule of Hamas, which violently seized power in a 2007 coup. The organization released a statement on Monday in the city of Minya, in which it ...
Hard Questions, Tough Answers with Yossi Alpher - July 30, 2012
An (Alleged) Interview with Ismail Haniyeh, the Leader of Hamas
Amid shortages SCAF ships fuel to Gaza
In Egypt, archaeologists reopen tombs to woo tourists
GIZA, Egypt — More than 4500 years since the paint was first applied, the reds, yellows and blues still stand out on the walls of the tomb of Queen Meresankh III. A hunter throws a net to catch water birds, craftsmen make papyrus mats while a stream ...
Egypt to open tombs to stimulate tourism industry
Globe and Mail
Fakes discarded; Egypt's Olympic athletes will get to wear genuine brand after all
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 Olympic team saves money with knockoffs
Nike donating outfits to Egyptian team, replacing counterfeit gear
Egyptian Olympians Outfitted in Designer Knockoffs for London Games
Trudy Rubin: Egypt's Coptic Christians are watching and worrying
Lincoln Journal Star
Meantime, most of Egypt's Coptic Christians, who make up 10 percent of the population, are deeply worried by the election of Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammed Morsi as president. “There is a feeling that democracy has been a disaster for us,” said ...
Viewpoints: Copts are watching, worrying in Egypt
Christian, Muslim villagers clash in Egypt
Egypt: Christian Burns Muslim's Shirt; Muslims Burn Christian Homes
Egypt Court Delays Constitution Committee-Related Verdict
The decision further clouds the fate of the committee. Its predecessor had been disbanded by court order following challenges that it was dominated by Islamists and did not reflect the full spectrum of Egypt's political and social forces. To contact ...