American Held in Egypt Killed Himself, Officials Say
New York Times
Published: October 13, 2013. CAIRO — An American citizen who had been detained by the Egyptian authorities for more than six weeks was found dead in a police station on Sunday in what some American officials said appeared to be a suicide.
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Egypt on the brink -- country needs our political, financial and moral support
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Egypt has faced uncertainty over its future since the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi earlier this year. Violence has dampened hopes for an economic rebound and there is reportedly widespread frustration among Egyptians due to the failure of the ...
Former US army officer found dead in provincial Egyptian jail
A retired American army officer has been found dead in a provincial Egyptian jail, six weeks after being arrested in Egypt's restive north Sinai peninsula, Egyptian officials have confirmed. James Henry, 66, is the second foreigner to die in police ...
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American Guides Egypt's Goal
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—While relations between Cairo and Washington have deteriorated amid violence and diplomatic strife, Egyptians have embraced one American leader: Bob Bradley, the coach of Egypt's national soccer team. If Egypt's Pharoahs defeat Ghana on ...
Greyson, Loubani vow to give voice to hundreds still imprisoned in Egypt
The Globe and Mail
After 53 days detained in Egypt, John Greyson and Tarek Loubani have lost and gained – gone is the footage Mr. Greyson said he shot of Dr. Loubani treating wounded protesters, and gained is a sense of obligation to help the hundreds arrested that same ...
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It isn't just Egypt lamenting the loss of U.S. military and financial aid: Israel fears a cutoff will hamper Egyptian efforts to quell jihadists in the Sinai Peninsula, where they threaten to destabilize the entire region. The Obama administration's ...
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American Man Found Dead in Egypt Cell
Wall Street Journal
The body of an American man was found dead in his jail cell on Sunday morning in what Egyptian officials said they believed to be a suicide, as more foreigners appear to be dragged into Egypt's internal conflict. Article; Comments. more in Middle East ...