At least four killed in Egypt as Islamists mount bold protests
An Egyptian army vehicle fired live rounds in the direction of Brotherhood supporters who had been pushed back by security forces when they tried to enter Cairo's Tahrir Square, the symbolic heart of Egypt's 2011 uprising. Four people were killed in ...
Egypt clashes: Four killed at pro-Morsi demonstrations
Egyptian Riot Police Fire Tear Gas at Protesters
Egyptian military quells violence after day of clashes with Morsi supporters
Wall Street Journal
Egypt to Try Populist Tack Against Discontent
Wall Street Journal
The financial strains on ordinary Egyptians have been at the root of political discontent that has given Egypt three different governments since protesters drove longtime leader Hosni Mubarak from power in 2011 with cries of "Bread! Freedom! Social ...
US renews plea for peaceful Egypt protests
Egypt: Ban appeals for peace, non-violence ahead of planned mass ...
UN's Ban Ki-Moon concerned over Cairo violence
Video shows Egypt generals plotting media gag
A new video has emerged which appears to show Egypt's military generals deciding how to deal with the country's media. The footage, released by activists on Wednesday, shows army chief General Abdel Fatah el-Sisi addressing senior officers of the army ...
Egypt's Labour Party leader says leaked video 'uncovers' military's real agenda
Egypt to take over banned Muslim Brotherhood assets
Egypt's government is moving to seize the assets of the Muslim Brotherhood after the group's activities were banned amid a crackdown by authorities. It says it will also ban or take over the extensive social services the group provides - including ...
Violence in Egypt after Muslim Brotherhood marches
The timing on this story is norable because McClatchy has an interesting analysis about how Egypt had settled into its new military autocracy after a year of turbulent democracy. The news from Egypt today doesn't necessarily negate that, but it shows ...
Egypt Sees 'Slowdown' in US Military Aid
Washington Free Beacon
A recent “slowdown” in key U.S. military shipments to Egypt has significantly impacted the country's ability to combat terrorism in the lawless Sinai region and elsewhere, according to a group of former U.S. military leaders who recently returned from ...
Sinai jihadists threaten to kill anyone found aiding Egypt's security forces
Long War Journal
In a statement released to jihadist forums today, al Salafiyya al Jihadiyya in Sinai threatened to kill anyone found aiding Egyptian security forces. The group's statement, translated by the SITE Intelligence Group, further denounced the army for ...
Egypt Police Fire On Tahrir Square Protesters
At least one person has been killed after Egyptian riot police clashed with protesters trying to take control of Cairo's Tahrir Square. The protester was shot dead after both the police and civilians, supporting the military, opened fire on Muslim ...
Activists on all sides in Egypt feel the chill
Los Angeles Times
Amr Hamzawy, a respected liberal politician and academic in Egypt, tries to shrug off the noxious stories that routinely circulate about him in the country's state-run media. But he sometimes feels compelled to reassure acquaintances, professional ...
American's smuggled letter from Egyptian jail details abuse
An American citizen being held without charge in Egypt has smuggled a letter out of prison describing his detainment. The letter, addressed to "My Dearest Mama," details Mohamed Soltan's claim that he has been beaten with sticks, denied basic medical ...