Israel: Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi pledges new peace efforts
JERUSALEM — In his first communication with Israel since taking office, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi responded to a greeting from Israeli President Shimon Peres with a message Tuesday pledging to work to put Middle East peace efforts back on track ...
Egypt Official: Leader's Letter to Israel Is Fake
Panetta Lauds Egypt Leader Ahead of Israel Trip
Ensuring a smooth start in Egypt
The Daily Star
Fencing: Egypt's Abouelkassem makes history after stunning progress
The stunning progress Egyptian Alaaeldin Abouelkassem made in a few months has eventually paid dividends after he clinched the fencing silver medal on Tuesday, a feat that looked far-fetched less than a year ago. A little-known Abouelkassem gave fans ...
Fencing: Lei wins for China as European giants fall
Photos: Fencing at the London 2012 Olympics, July 31
China's Lei wins Olympic gold in men's foil
Egypt's Mursi frees Islamists jailed by Mubarak
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi has freed a group of Islamists jailed for militancy during Hosni Mubarak's era a step seen as a gesture to hardliners who supported his presidential bid. A lawyer for 17 Islamists, many of them held ...
Christian Science Monitor
Egypt's beleaguered Christians worry about persecution, neglect under Morsi
Christian Science Monitor
By Kristen Chick, Correspondent / July 31, 2012. In this June 30 file photo, newly-elected Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi waves to guests after giving an inaugural address at Cairo University in Cairo. Mohammed Abd El-Maaty/Egyptian Presidency/AP ...
Was Clinton's Egypt visit a mistake?
Egypt court move suspends constitution row
Foreign Policy: It Ain't Just A River In Egypt
Religious freedom in Egypt "quite tenuous": Clinton
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Religious freedom in Egypt appears to be "quite tenuous" and its government has failed to aggressively prosecute perpetrators of sectarian violence, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Monday. Clinton made the comment ...
US: Egypt's Islamists must respect minorities
Egypt's president alarms pro-democracy alliance
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's Morsi assures National Front he will live up to their deal
Egypt Premier-Designate Says New Cabinet Nearly Complete
Egypt's Islamists Tread Lightly, but Skeptics Squirm
Christians in Egypt fear the worst
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,” says ...
UAE's NBAD eyes potential Egypt units buy from French banks -CEO
NBAD potential suitor for Egypt unit sales by French banks - CEO. * Any buy must be majority stake, strategic fit and right price. * Profit growth in 2013 high single-digit, low double-digit. * Aims to open Lebanon, South Sudan offices by yr-end. By ...
Panetta: Egypt's Leaders Promise Full Democracy
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta left meetings with Egypt's new leaders Tuesday with an optimistic outlook for the valuable American ally emerging from its Arab Spring revolution, saying that he believes new Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and the ...
Panetta: Egypt "committed" to democratic gov't
"It's clear that Egypt, following the revolution, is committed to putting into place a democratic government," Panetta told reporters after meetings in Cairo with President Mohammed Morsi and Field Marshal Mohammed Hussein Tantawi. It was Panetta's ...