New York Times
Dozens Are Killed in Street Violence Across Egypt
New York Times
CAIRO — At least 51 people were killed and hundreds were injured as street clashes erupted in several Egyptian cities on Sunday, in a surge of violence that raised new questions about the ability of the interim government to secure the fractured country.
Clashes between security forces, Morsi supporters kill at least 51 in Egypt
Clashes across Egypt kill 51, more protests called
Egypt erupts in violence as nation celebrates holiday honoring its military
Egypt: 44 killed as clashes erupt, security forces crack down on protests
Cairo (CNN) -- Clashes erupted between demonstrators and security forces in Egypt on Sunday, leaving 44 people dead and more than 200 injured, state media reported. The violence started early Sunday afternoon as Muslim Brotherhood protesters ...
Deadly clashes erupt on Egypt war anniversary
At least 51 people have been killed in violence in Egypt as anti-coup protesters take to the streets on the 40th anniversary of an Egyptian attack on Israeli forces. Egypt's Health Ministry announced the number of fatalities and also said that 268 ...
Egypt braces for rival protests on 1973 October War anniversary
Egypt clashes: Four killed at pro-Morsi demonstrations
Egypt Warns Protesters Will Be Treated As Foreign Agents Ahead Of Sunday's ...
Egypt Clashes Leave At Least 44 Dead
CAIRO -- CAIRO (AP) — Clashes erupted on Sunday across much of Egypt between security forces and supporters of the ousted president, leaving 44 killed, as rival crowds of supporters of the military and backers of the Islamist Mohammed Morsi it deposed ...
Freed Canadians barred from leaving Egypt
Two Canadians released from an Egyptian prison after being held without charges since mid-August have barred from flying out of the country, Cairo airport officials said. John Greyson, a Toronto-based film-maker and York University professor, and Tarek ...
2 freed Canadians unable to leave Egypt
2 Canadians Freed in Egypt
Egypt frees two Canadians detained amid Cairo clashes
Al Jazeera America
In Egypt, demonstrations, death mark anniversary of 1973 War
Al Jazeera America
A day of demonstrations has left at least 28 dead and 85 injured across Egypt, according to the government's Health Ministry. The toll has risen steadily through Sunday and includes at least one dead in the province of Minya, 150 miles south of Cairo ...
Canadians released from prison in Egypt
Canada's Foreign Affairs department has said that two Canadians held without charges for the past several weeks in Egypt have been released from prison. Lynne Yelich, a Canadian minister of consular affairs, said late on Saturday that Canada welcomes ...
Egypt frees jailed Canadians Tarek Loubani and John Greyson
Mohammed Loubani said that Tarek's father — also a Canadian physician — travelled to Egypt and met with an aide to the interior minister, who visited the detained men in Tora prison. “The aide was very gracious and talked about misunderstandings, so ...
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 ...
General al Sisi: Egypt's future president?
Ever since the military coup that overthrew former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on July 3, General Abdel Fattah al Sisi has worn several hats: commander-in-chief of Egypt's armed forces, minister of defence and first deputy prime minister. But is ...
Video shows Egypt generals plotting media gag