Egypt TV presenter in incitement trial arrested
CAIRO (AP) — The owner of a TV station on trial for incitement after calling for the killing of Egypt's Islamist president Mohammed Morsi was arrested on Sunday in connection with a series of allegations, including theft of electrical power and ...
Egypt signs $1 billion Turkish loan deal
Turkey, Egypt slam Syrian regime
Egypt's top military commander promises army overhaul
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's most senior military commander has promised better training and more modern weaponry for the army in an apparent effort to satisfy officers' demands for change, which have multiplied after an uprising last year.
Egyptian leftist leader eyes parliament majority
CAIRO (Reuters) - Popular Egyptian leftist politician and former presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahy said on Saturday he is confident a coalition of leftist groups he is working to unite will be strong enough to defeat Islamists and win a parliament ...
Controversial makeover for Egypt's Tahrir Square
CAIRO, Egypt — Depending on who you ask, Tahrir Square is either getting a makeover or it's being airbrushed. In less than a week, the Cairo municipality transformed the square, made famous as the center of the protests that toppled former President ...
Egypt Soldiers Get Suspended Sentence Over Protest
Armed forces, police set to lose out to presidency in Egypt's next constitution
Egypt's January 25 Revolution served to magnify tensions between the army and police on one hand and the Egyptian people on the other. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF)'s 15-month stint as the country's de-facto ruler (from 28 January ...
Egypt Christian families file lawsuit against former SCAF leaders in Maspero ...
Egypt, Yemen challenge some US ideas
Although billions of dollars in U.S. aid are still committed to Egypt, Libya and the other countries in the region, U.S. officials acknowledge that the money gives them less leverage than it once did. The head of the House subcommittee that oversees ...
Ex-presidential candidate in Egypt faces fresh corruption charges
Los Angeles Times
Shafik, who was the elder Mubarak's last prime minister and close friend, left Egypt after losing the presidential election to Mohamed Morsi in June. He was a controversial candidate for many Egyptians, who accused him of seeking to continue Mubarak's ...
Egypt Former Presidential Candidate Referred to Court
Egypt justice refers ex-PM, 10 aviation officials to criminal court
Egypt's ex-presidential candidate referred to criminal court
US Move to Give Egypt $450 Million in Aid Meets Resistance
New York Times
The Obama administration notified Congress on Friday that it would provide Egypt's new government an emergency cash infusion of $450 million, but the aid immediately encountered resistance from a prominent lawmaker wary of foreign aid and Egypt's new ...
U.S. plan for emergency Egypt aid hits roadblock
Egypt to receive $450 million more from Obama administration
Granger blocks $450 million in US aid to Egypt
Egypt's Copts to return to Sinai homes, says government
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's presidency and prime minister said on Saturday security forces in North Sinai were working to return Coptic Christians living near Egypt's border with Israel to their homes after they fled in fear of attack from Islamist ...
Egyptian riddle: How many Christians are there?
US Warns of Threat to Female Missionaries in Egypt
Egypt: Christians flee town after militant threats
Egypt Offers $738 Million of Debt as Sinking Yields Boost Sales
Egypt will offer 4.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($738 million) of treasury bills today as the government takes advantage of the lowest borrowing costs in more than a year to raise funds to cover the budget deficit. The North African country will sell 1 ...