Egypt's TV satirist returns to mock the military
For over a year Dr Bassem Youssef, Egypt's top TV satirist, has hit the country's Islamist President, Mohamed Morsi, with his sharpest barbs. He has upset the Islamists in his El-Bernameg show, he irked the liberals and he irritated Egypt's political ...
How Far Can Egypt's John Stewart Go Without Being Thrown In Jail? - By David ...
Egypt satirist 'defamed military'
Complaints claim "Egypt's Jon Stewart" defamed military
Egypt's Constitutional Panel Votes on Draft
The panel offering amendments to Egypt's suspended constitution began voting Sunday on a series of changes to the document, as deep divisions remain over portions on the effect Islamic law has on lawmaking and the powers of the military.
Egypt crackdown complaint against Nobel laureate tossed out by judge
Egypt's New Constitution Draft Voted On By Constitutional Panel
Egypt: Constitutional committee source says Islamic articles disputed
The Times of Israel
Egypt seeks to lure Gulf investors amid turmoil
Gulf Arab billions boost Egypt's economy. * Government also wants private investors. By Maggie Fick. CAIRO, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Egypt is planning a charm offensive to persuade Gulf Arab entrepreneurs to invest in its economy, battered by political ...
Group: Egyptian Ex-Army Officer Was Suicide Bomber
Amid turmoil, crossing to Gaza closed indefinitely by Egypt
Egyptian “Wedding of Death” Shows Coptic Christians Still Endangered
Egypt tunnel closure costs Gaza millions
Essential materials were for years smuggled from Egypt into Gaza through tunnels, bypassing Israel's siege, but the Egyptian army recently destroyed many of those after removing president Mohamed Morsi, who is affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, ...
Egypt closes Gaza crossing
Egypt closes Rafah Gaza crossing indefinitely
Egypt Wins $2.9 Billion in Additional UAE Aid
Egypt secured $2.9 billion in additional aid from the United Arab Emirates to fund development projects, a move Prime Minister Hazem El Beblawi said he hopes to replicate with other countries. The U.A.E. announced yesterday a $4.9 billion package to ...
United Arabs Emirates to grant Egypt additional $3.9b. in assistance
Gulf stability crucial for Egypt security
UAE to grant Egypt $3.9-billion aid
World Squash Championships: How Egypt became a superpower
In early October, Egypt was gripped by hope and excitement as the national football team prepared for their World Cup qualifying play-off against Ghana. But they fell to a 6-1 defeat in Kumasi and so, barring a sporting miracle in the second leg next ...
It's 'Sisi-Mania,' as Nationalist Fervor Sweeps Through Egypt
New York Times (blog)
In the months since Egypt's armed forces removed former President Mohamed Morsi and installed an interim government of their choosing, a nationalist fervor has swept the country, spurred on in part by a robust media campaign that has hailed the army as ...
Constitution committee eliminates all barriers to building churches in Egypt
However, under pressure from representatives of Egypt's highest Sunni authority Al-Azhar, which has demanded that freedom of religion be restricted to the three monotheistic beliefs, the committee opted to postpone its vote on article 47 until Monday.
The Times of Israel
Report: Putin seeking to resume Russia-Egypt military ties amid US vacuum
Russian President Vladimir Putin is planning a possible state visit to Egypt in order to take advantage of frayed ties between Washington and Cairo and possibly gain access to Egypt's Mediterranean ports, The Sunday Times reported. The United States ...
'Russia eyes Egypt's ports in bid to boost military presence'
After tension with US, Egypt looks to revive ties with Russia
Report: Russia seeking to strengthen ties with Egypt
New York Times
'The Square,' Jehane Noujaim's Documentary on Egypt's Unrest
New York Times
In the language of politics, “the people” is a great abstraction, an idea that can be invoked to justify noble projects and terrible crimes. “The Square,” Jehane Noujaim's stunning new documentary, is partly about the contested status of the Egyptian ...
'The Square': Egypt In Crisis, And Its People In Focus