Egypt: soldier dies in clash with Sinai militants
EL-ARISH, Egypt (AP) — Islamic militants clashed with army and police troops in the Sinai Peninsula on Sunday following the arrest of some of their members, killing one soldier and leaving six of his colleagues and two civilians wounded, Egypt's ...
Islamist militants attack Egypt security HQ in Sinai
Sky News Australia
Outrage over film worries Coptic Christians in Egypt
Some of Egypt's roughly 8 million Coptic Christians fear they might face backlash either now or later amid outrage over the film, which was produced by an Egyptian Copt living in California. The film gained no attention and few viewers in the United ...
Egypt's Christians Anxious, Anticipate Troubles
Kansas City Star
Sudan's president meets Egypt counterpart in Cairo
The visit underlines a renewed interest in cooperation between the two neighbors, after what many saw as a period of neglect in the years before Egypt's new Islamist President Mohammed Morsi was elected this summer. Relations largely deteriorated after ...
Sudan's wanted president visits Egypt
Egypt Says It Won't Arrest Sudan's Bashir During Cairo Visit
Egypt denounces breaching of US embassy compound in Cairo, calls it unjustified
CAIRO — Egypt's presidential spokesman says the breaching of the U.S. embassy in Cairo during protests over an anti-Islam film was “unjustified,” denouncing it in the strongest words to date to come from the nation's highest office. Spokesman Yasser ...
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.
Beyond Its Violent Core, Egypt's Protest Ebbs
Egypt Clears Protesters From US Embassy Area
Dubai Shares Rally as Fed Stimulus Outweighs Mideast Protests
Egypt's benchmark index rose to the highest since January 2011, leading gains in the Middle East, as the U.S. Federal Reserve's plan to buy mortgage securities outweighed concern over violent protests in the region. EFG-Hermes Holding SAE rallied to ...
Egypt's Islamic TV talks with iron Salafist
A Muslim cleric hosting an Egyptian television show recently outlined his version of Islamic instructions for wife-beating. In another show, a cleric claimed that the Muslim Brotherhood, now governing Egypt, one day will rule the world. “If not through ...
Canada to reopen Egypt, Libya embassies amid unrest
Canadian and U.S. embassies across the Middle East took precautions against continued violent protests over the weekend, while Libya said it has rounded up some 50 people in connection with the deadly attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. Canada ...
Canada temporarily closes embassies in Egypt, Sudan and Libya
Canada temporarily shuts embassies in Libya, Egypt, and Sudan as safety ...
Anti-Islam film protest: US tells embassy staff, citizens to leave Tunisia ...
Egypt's Nine-Month Yields Plunge as Devaluation Bets Wane
The average yield on the government's sale of 4.3 billion Egyptian pounds ($705 million) of 273-day treasury bills dropped 102 basis points, or 1.02 percentage points, to 14.465 percent, at an auction today, according to central bank data on Bloomberg.
In an Islamist Egypt, can diversity survive?
Los Angeles Times
Egypt is now set to enter arguably its first period of Islamist rule. How long that period lasts and what form it takes is far from determined, a situation highlighted by the protests and violence in Cairo last week. If all goes according to plan — a ...
Is Egypt an Ally?
Morsi Surprised Many With His Ability to Dominate Domestic, Foreign Politics ...
Belated response from Egypt