Twelve injured in Egypt clashes
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO — Twelve people were injured in clashes across Egypt on Tuesday, as protesters gathered to commemorate the second anniversary of deadly street fighting that preceded parliamentary elections following the toppling of longtime autocratic Egyptian ...
Demonstration highlights how Egypt has changed
Egypt's Bloody Orwell Move
Egypt revolutionaries make return to Tahrir Square
Egypt vs. Ghana: Score, Grades and Post-Match Reaction
Ghana confirmed their place in next year's FIFA World Cup following a 2-1 loss to Egypt on Tuesday evening in Cairo. The result, coupled with Ghana's 6-1 win in last month's first leg, gave Ghana a 7-3 aggregate victory in their two-legged, CAF third ...
World Cup play-offs: Egypt 2 Ghana 1 (Ghana win 7-3 on aggregate)
Ghana through to World Cup, Egypt misses out
LIVE: Egypt vs Ghana (World Cup playoff)
Voice of America
Surviving 'Death Boat', Syria Palestinians Locked Up in Egypt
Voice of America
ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT — After escaping shelling in Damascus and terrifying bloodshed at sea, 14 month-old Palestinian twin girls are now among hundreds of people living in limbo in grimy Egyptian police stations, with no end in sight to their plight. Of ...
Memorial to Egyptian Protesters Damaged in Cairo
The foundation for the future memorial to Egyptian protesters killed in the country's uprising and more than two-and-a-half years of turmoil has been damaged in Cairo's famed Tahrir Square. Unknown assailants attacked, chipped away and sprayed graffiti ...
Egypt sports minister defends pro-Morsi athletes' bans
Egypt's sports minister has defended the punishment of two sportsmen who have openly expressed their support of ousted President Mohammed Morsi. Taher Abu Zaid told the BBC that it was right a footballer and a kung-fu champion had been banned.
27 anti-coup protesters sent to court in Egypt
21 Alexandria detainees to face trial
Georgetown University to Host Member of Egypt's Nazi Party
Washington Free Beacon
Georgetown University is scheduled to host an event on Egypt that features a member of Egypt's Nazi Party. Georgetown University's Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal Center for Christian Muslim Understanding is scheduled to host a Dec. 5 event on “Egypt and ...
No generals in the dock: Impunity soldiering on in Egypt
Egypt's courts have been busy lately, but not busy enough. This fall marks the second anniversary of a string of brutal crackdowns on protesters by the military and riot police in Egypt. Two years ago this week, more than 45 people were killed during ...
Egypt's Lonely Shiites Struggle for Rights, No Matter the Regime in Charge
For most of modern Egypt's history, Taher Al-Hashimi has seen his community neglected at best, suppressed and hunted at worst. “We were persecuted under [former President Hosni] Mubarak and under [former President Mohammed] Morsi it reached the ...
Back To The Future: Calls Grow For A Military Ruler In Egypt
For nearly three years Egyptians have battled for a different, and better, future. But the transition has been tumultuous, filled with pitfalls, death and disappointment. Today, many are ready to settle for a return to the pre-revolution status quo: a ...
Does the US Really Have the Power to Promote Democracy in Egypt?
On November 8 in his regular column for Foreign Policy, James Traub skewered the White House for failing to talk tough to the Egyptian military about its blatantly un-democratic approach to post-Mohammed Morsi Egypt. A few days later, The Washington ...