Wall Street Journal
Egypt's Morsi Firms China Ties
Wall Street Journal
President Mohammed Morsi on his first official trip outside the Middle East took early steps to tie Egypt more tightly to Beijing, at a time when China's wider reach in the region is posing an increasing challenge to U.S. influence there. Enlarge Image ...
Exclusive: New Egypt leader steps out on world stage seeking "balance"
Egypt's President Morsi agrees on development projects with China's Hu
China hosts Egypt's Morsi despite uneasiness over Arab Spring
Egypt leader said to reach out to Sinai radicals
Egyptian border guards patrol near the border with Israel in Rafah, Egypt, in this Aug. 6 photo. President Mohammed Morsi is using former jhadists to mediate with radical Islamists in Sinai, trying to ensure a halt in militant attacks in return for a ...
Egypt president said to send former jihadi mediators to try to stop Sinai ...
Fars News Agency
Friedman: Egypt's Morsi should skip Tehran meeting
I find it very disturbing that one of the first trips by Egypt's newly elected president, Mohammed Morsi, will be to attend the Nonaligned Movement's summit meeting in Tehran this week. Excuse me, President Morsi, but there is only one reason the ...
Egypt Envoy Stresses Iran's Ability to Advance NAM's Objectives
Bahrain Activist Protests Barring From Egypt
A Bahraini rights activist wrote to Egypt's president Tuesday, complaining that she and other pro-democracy campaigners from her country were denied entry, charging that the policy is a holdover from the deposed Egyptian regime. Maryam Al-Khawaja ...
Egypt bars entry to Bahraini dissident
Deported Bahraini activist decries 'intimidation' by Cairo airport authorities
Egypt: 32 migrants survive sinking boat
Ashraf Sheiha told Egypt's official news agency Tuesday that Libyan authorities confirmed that most of the Egyptians on the boat that capsized a day earlier entered Libya illegally. Officials had said earlier that three bodies washed ashore Libya ...
33 Egypt migrants survive shipwreck
Egypt: 36 migrants missing, 3 dead in boat sinking
Mursi Explains Egypt's New Foreign Policy
Lez Get Real
In an extensive interview with Reuters News Agency, Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi explained how he sees Egypt's place in the changing Middle East. “Egypt is now a civilian state…a national, democratic, constitutional, modern state.” Mursi hopes to ...
Hamas scales back hopes of open Egypt border
Egypt drops charges on arrested Australian journalist Austin McKell
EGYPT has dropped charges against an Australian journalist held in the country for more than six months accused of inciting public unrest, the federal government says. Freelance reporter Austin Mackell, from NSW, was arrested with two others in the ...
Egypt drops case against Australia journalist
Egypt drops charges against Australian journalist Austin Mackell
Australian foreign minister: Egypt allowing journalist accused of fomenting ...
Shades of Mubarak: Egyptian Journalists Chafe Under Media Controls
Sabah Hamamou recalls hoping for the best and giving Mohamed Morsy the benefit of the doubt when the longtime Muslim Brotherhood official became Egypt's first ever elected civilian President earlier this summer. For Hamamou, a deputy business editor at ...
Exclusive: Egypt's president rules out currency devaluation
Egypt's Mursi Rules Out Devaluation of Pound, Reuters Says
Official: Egypt tells Israel tanks needed in Sinai
Las Vegas Sun
In the first direct contact with his Israeli counterpart since taking office, Egypt's new defense minister defended his country's increased military presence in the Sinai Peninsula, saying it is needed to fight terrorism and is temporary, Egyptian ...
Egypt investigates killing of a suspected militant
Is It Time To Return To Egypt?
I am returning to Egypt with the U.S. Business Mission to Egypt this fall, a visit led by high ranking State Department officials, and I couldn't be more excited. Egypt is my favorite destinations on Earth. Over the past 10 years, I have visited Egypt ...