Wall Street Journal
Egypt to Try Populist Tack Against Discontent
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Amid an outburst of public anger at the Egyptian government that left four people dead on Friday, the country's military-backed leaders are preparing a series of populist economic measures that risk alienating foreign donors and investors.
Egypt Warns Protesters Will Be Treated As Foreign Agents Ahead Of Sunday's ...
Rival demonstrations called in Egypt
At least four killed in Egypt as Islamists mount bold protests
At least four dead in Egypt violence
At least four people were killed in Cairo during protest marches staged by supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Egyptian health ministry said. Another 40 people were wounded as Morsi supporters and others ...
Egypt issues tough warning against anti-army protests
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian authorities said on Saturday anyone who protests against the army on Sunday when the country celebrates the anniversary of an attack on Israeli forces during the 1973 war will be regarded as agents of foreign powers.
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 ...
General al-Sisi: Egypt's future president?
Egypt's Labour Party leader says leaked video 'uncovers' military's real agenda
World Tribune: Sisi uncovered Obama conspiracy before Egypt turns into ...
Analysis || The 'Arab Winter' will be cold but calm in Tunisia - in Egypt it ...
The political makeup of the parliament and the government following Ennahda's victory, which came two months before the Muslim Brotherhood's overwhelming victory in Egypt, is what coined the term “Arab Winter,” which of course followed the “Arab Spring.
Gen. Vallely: US is going to need Egypt
Teaching Recent History In Egypt
Challenges Ahead For Egypt's New Constitution
San Francisco Chronicle
Egypt Journalist Gets 6-Month Suspended Sentence
An Egyptian military court released an award-winning journalist Saturday after giving him a six-month suspended sentence for endangering national security by spreading false information in his coverage of operations against Islamic militants in the ...
Egypt Sees 'Slowdown' in U.S. Military Aid
Egypt journalist gets suspended jail term in military trial
Egypt court gives reporter suspended jail term
Egyptian military quells violence after day of clashes
CAIRO – Egyptian military vehicles fired live rounds at supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi near Cairo's Tahrir Square Friday, as thousands of angry protestors marched in cities across the country demanding the end of army-backed ...
Audio slideshow: Turmoil in Egypt
The revolution which toppled President Hosni Mubarak in February 2011 ushered in a new era for Egypt, but change has been far from peaceful. Months of demonstrations, clashes and bloodshed have left the country shaken and divided and still trying to ...
Egypt clashes: Four killed at pro-Morsi demonstrations
Four people have been killed in Egypt as supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi clashed with opponents and security forces. Medical officials said at least 40 others were hurt as gunfire and explosions rocked the centre of Cairo. Troops used ...
Egypt rival factions call for 1973 war anniversary protests
Supporters of the deposed Egyptian president Mohammad Mursi are calling for new protests on the 1973 Arab-Israeli war anniversary on Sunday after the deadliest violence in weeks. “The Egypt Anti-Coup Alliance repeats its call to all Egyptians to ...