Egypt anti-coup rally held in Tahrir Square
Anti-military protesters have demonstrated in Cairo's Tahrir Square for the first time since the army forced Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi from office in July following mass protests against his leadership. Around 100 protesters gathered in the ...
Egypt army chief calls for quick transition to election
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's army chief called on Tuesday for a quick transition to elections in order to restore stability to the country, while supporters of the Islamist president he ousted, Mohamed Mursi, staged daring protests urging an end to ...
Egypt stops tourist travel to Iran citing security worries
Egypt General Calls for Quick Political Transition
Egypt suspends tourism with Iran for security
Harper should call Egypt personally, prisoners' supporters say
The Globe and Mail
Supporters for two Canadians detained in Egypt are reiterating calls for Prime Minister Stephen Harper to intervene, as Cairo digs in to hold the hunger-striking captives. “We would welcome Prime Minister Harper talking to his Egyptian counterpart at ...
Canadians on hunger strike in Egyptian jail claim they were beaten
Egypt extends detention of two Canadians
Canadians detained in Egypt should be released 'immediately': PMO
Canada: Detention of 2 in Egypt Mars Relations
Canada's foreign minister has warned Egypt that the detention of two Canadians without charges for the past several weeks is a significant threat to relations between the two countries. Foreign Minister John Baird said Tuesday that he told his Egyptian ...
Egypt-held Canadians' friend wants more Ottawa pressure
Jailed Canadian under 'duress,' sister says as Baird warns Egypt
Ottawa doing everything it can to free Canadians jailed in Egypt: John Baird
EU's Ashton to push for reconciliation on Egypt trip
CAIRO (Reuters) - European Union Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton will encourage Egypt's army-backed government and the Muslim Brotherhood to pursue reconciliation during talks this week, a European diplomatic source said. Egypt has been ...
Egypt's Record Startups Confront Economy Paralyzed by Unrest
The 33-year-old spent 65,000 Egyptian pounds ($9,400) starting KarmSolar with three friends and landed the first client last year in Egypt's Western Desert as fuel shortages worsened. Almost 9,000 other companies were set up in the 12 months to June ...
From hero to zero? The rise and fall of Egypt's ElBaradei
Egypt was about to implode from years of oppression and social injustice in 2010 when Hosni Mubarak's three-decade rule was tightening its grip and silencing the political opposition. Emerging from a distinguished history of diplomatic accomplishments, ...
Ghana recall Richard Kingson for Egypt play-off
Ghana have handed goalkeeper Richard Kingson a surprise recall in their 25-man squad to face Egypt in the sides' 2014 World Cup qualifying play-off. Kingson, 35, returns after a two-year absence and is joined by Sulley Muntari, Jordan Ayew and Jerry ...
Muntari will start against Egypt - Minister
Ghana rely on experience for World Cup playoff with Egypt
Richard Kingson recalled for Ghana and Egypt game
Gunmen kill three Egyptian policemen, one soldier in Sinai
CAIRO (Reuters) - Gunmen killed three policemen and a soldier in Egypt's Sinai region on Monday, security sources said, and Islamist militants released a video of an earlier drive-by shooting of an army colonel, highlighting growing security risks to ...
Westerners' Smuggled Letters Offer Glimpse of Egyptian Prisons
New York Times (blog)
Such stories are unexceptional for Egyptian prisoners awaiting trial. But these were told by North Americans: a doctor and a filmmaker from Canada, Tarek Loubani and John Greyson, and a United States citizen, Mohamed Soltan, whose Egyptian father ...