Kerry in Cairo: Egypt aid suspension 'not a punishment'
CAIRO — Secretary of State John F. Kerry said here Sunday that the suspension of some U.S. assistance to Egypt “is not a punishment” and that aid was “a very small issue between us” compared with the many interests the two countries share. Kerry, who ...
Kerry sees signs Egypt moving back towards democracy
Egyptians Following Right Path, Kerry Says
Egypt relocates Morsi trial as tension rises
John Kerry urges 'democracy and stability' on Egypt stop
US Secretary of State John Kerry has called for an end to all violence in Egypt and urged moves to full democracy on his first visit to the country since President Mohammed Morsi was ousted. "History has demonstrated that democracies are more stable ...
Amr Mounib: Photos recreate Egypt's 'golden age'
When Egyptian-American photographer Amr Mounib went back to his family's homeland after 35 years away, he no longer saw the country he had known as a child. Mr Mounib had spent most of his life in the US, even serving in the US Navy, before returning ...
Trial of Egypt's Morsi due to begin
Egypt's deposed President Mohamed Morsi is due to stand trial on Monday to face charges of inciting violence and murder in connection with clashes in front of presidential palace in the capital Cairo in December. The trial, which will not be aired live ...
Kerry makes highest-level American visit to Egypt since Morsi ouster
At a press conference, Kerry said that the relationship between the U.S. and Egypt is "very important" and added that whatever happens with the North African country's current political instability is "profoundly important" to the Middle East and the ...
Morsi Trial May Reignite Anger, Violence In Egypt
Egypt's first-ever democratically elected president goes on trial in Cairo on Monday, charged with inciting violence and complicity in the deaths of protesters. Mohammed Morsi has been detained at an unknown facility since the military ousted him from ...
Kerry visits Egypt, hails signs of democracy after military ouster
Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday there were signs Egypt's military-backed rulers would embrace democracy as he visited the country for the first time since the overthrow of elected president, Mohammed Morsi. "President Obama and the American ...
Kerry In Egypt For First Time Since Morsi's Ouster
Secretary of State John Kerry is in Egypt this morning, marking the highest level visit by a U.S. diplomat since the military ousted President Hosni Mubarak in July. The visit also comes at a time when relations between the two countries are frayed ...
US, Egypt try to put brave face on frayed relations, commit to restoring full ...
CAIRO — The United States and Egypt tried Sunday to put a brave face on their badly frayed ties and committed to restoring a partnership undermined by the military ouster of Egypt's first democratically elected president. U.S. Secretary of State John ...
Huffington Post (blog)
Remarkably, this is not my most striking memory about that Christmas holiday in my native Egypt: that night, while watching TV, I saw a commercial by the Ministry of Tourism extolling the virtues of Egypt's natural beauty and ancient treasures. What ...