New York Times
After Days of Unrest in Muslim World, a Fragile Calm Takes Hold
New York Times
CAIRO — Under intense pressure from Washington, Egyptian security forces arrested hundreds of protesters around the American Embassy in Cairo on Saturday as political leaders struggled to deal with the fallout caused by the week of unrest.
Egypt clears protesters from US embassy area
Is Egypt an Ally?
Beyond Its Violent Core, Egypt's Protest Ebbs
Egypt's Christians Anxious, Anticipate Troubles
Christians gathered Friday in front of a Cairo cathedral holding signs denouncing a film that mocked the Prophet Muhammad amid fears that Muslims will take out their anger on Egypt's minority community. The country's 8 million Coptic Christians were ...
Egypt Islamist preachers say film makers deserve death
CAIRO (Reuters) - Two Islamist preachers in Egypt told worshippers on Friday that those who made a movie deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammad deserved to die under sharia (Islamic law) but they urged protesters not to take their anger out on ...
Angry protest over anti-Islam film in Australia; Egypt cops seal off US Embassy
Al-Qaeda calls for more attacks on embassies
Egypt's grand imam urges global ban on Islam attacks
Egypt PM says 'number' of US embassy rioters were paid
A "number of protesters" were paid to wreak havoc at the US embassy in Cairo, Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Qandil has said. "There is information confirmed that a number of the protesters were paid," he told BBC Arabic without elaboration. Hundreds ...
Qandil Inspects Incidents' Site Around US Embassy
Egypt PM urges measures to end Islam insults
The Daily Star
Turkey to Provide Egypt $2 Billion in Aid
Wall Street Journal
Egyptian financial policy makers have embarked on an aggressive effort over the past several months to solicit foreign assistance and investment in the hopes of mending a gaping budget and foreign currency reserve deficit. Egypt's budget deficit in the ...
Turkey to provide Egypt with $2 billion in finance
Egypt says Turkey to offer $2 billion aid
'Let's Go Upstairs and Get Him'
As Egypt's Coptic Christians worry they'll become targets of the unrest, Mike Giglio reports on the harrowing ordeal of a Christian man attacked by an angry mob in Cairo over accusations he posted a link to the anti-Muslim film on Facebook. Print ...
Anti-Islamic activist's phone call to reporter in Egypt ignites riots
The Seattle Times
Morris Sadek, a Coptic Christian who lives in suburban Washington, D.C., and whose anti-Muslim campaigning led to the revocation of his Egyptian citizenship this year, had an exclusive for Gamel Girgis, who covers Christian emigrants for al Youm al ...
Calm in Egypt; Al-Qaida praises attacks
In Cairo, the Egyptian capital, the situation has calmed down after days of protests, but the effects of the day of rage on Friday were felt around the world. First in Afghanistan, two U.S. service members were killed in a sustained Taliban attack in ...
On the tricky Egypt 'ally' question
New York Daily News (blog)
Because this week, as Business Insider's Adam Taylor observes, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi was “more willing to appease the Islamist groups inside his country than his own foreign allies.” Obama's not in a position right now to crack back on ...
The US and Egypt Sure Look Like Allies, at Least on Military Matters
Ally no longer? Obama weighs options in post-Arab Spring Egypt.
How much are taxpayers spending on Egypt and Libya?
Sky News Australia
As Violence Spreads in Arab World, Google Blocks Access to Inflammatory Video
New York Times
SAN FRANCISCO — As violence spread in the Arab world over a video on YouTube ridiculing the Prophet Muhammad, Google, the owner of YouTube, blocked access to it in two of the countries in turmoil, Egypt and Libya, but did not remove the video from ...
The Dangers of Google's Decision to Block Access to the Infamous 'Innocence of ...