Egypt's Morsy says he's still the legitimate president
(CNN) -- Mohamed Morsy considers himself still to be Egypt's leader, despite his ouster more than four months ago in a military coup, he said in a statement read by an attorney Wednesday. "I am still the legitimate president of the Egyptian republic ...
Egypt's ousted president says no stability until coup reversed and those ...
Egypt to Lift State of Emergency, Curfew
Morsi: my removal was treason against Egypt
New York Times
Memory of a Mass Killing Becomes Another Casualty of Egyptian Protests
New York Times
But nothing so far has matched the effort by the military-backed government and its supporters to extinguish the memory of Rabaa al-Adawiya, the site of the worst mass killing in Egypt's modern history, and a dangerous reminder of absent justice and ...
Egypt's secular parties hampered by disorganization, infighting
CAIRO — Plagued by infighting, disorganization and disparate ideologies, the non-Islamist parties that backed the July coup against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi are struggling to capitalize on the downfall of their chief political foe and his ...
Ousted President Morsi Accuses Egypt's Military Chief of Treason
Wall Street Journal
Mr. Morsi frequently interrupted the proceedings to insist he was still the legitimate president of Egypt and to declare that he refused to recognize the authority of the court. But his protests went largely unheard because recording devices and ...
Egyptian Women Criticize Poll Calling Egypt Worst Arab Country For Women
CAIRO, Egypt -- Egypt is the worst country in the Arab world to be a woman -- or so says a widely published report released Tuesday by Thomson Reuters. But some Egyptian women slam the findings as misleading and flawed. Yes, there's an epidemic of ...
Women Fare Worse In Egypt Than In Any Arab State: Survey
Egypt 'worst for women' out of 22 countries in Arab world
Egypt is worst Arab state for women, Comoros best: survey
Washington Post (blog)
The future of Egypt's intelligence service
Washington Post (blog)
CAIRO — The U.S.-Egyptian relationship has been through some rocky months since the June 30 military coup that toppled President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood. But the strain doesn't seem to have diminished cooperation between the two ...
Russian Delegation to Visit Egypt
Voice of America
CAIRO — A high-ranking Russian delegation arrives in Egypt Wednesday, a visit suggesting a possible shift in alliances as tensions between Egypt and the United States grow. But some analysts believe that if Egypt expands its foreign relations, it ...
Egypt and Russia due to hold talks
Russia and Egypt Are Reportedly Negotiating Their Largest Arms Deal Since the ...
Top Russian officials in landmark visit to Egypt
Egypt's Morsi says he was kidnapped before being removed by army
CAIRO - Deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said on Wednesday he was kidnapped by the Republican Guard and then held at a naval base the day before the military formally ousted him in July. Few details had previously emerged on Morsi's ...
Egypt acts to end state of emergency
An Egyptian court has ordered an end to the state of emergency, two days ahead of schedule and three months after it was imposed during a crackdown on protesters supporting ousted President Mohamed Morsi. The cabinet said in a statement it would ...
Egypt's Mohammed Morsi accuses military of treason
Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi accused the military chief who deposed him of treason in a message from prison read by lawyers on Wednesday, saying the country cannot return to stability until the coup is reversed and those behind it are tried.