Senior Russian ministers to visit Egypt this week
Egypt's moves to improve relations with Russia are seen as a way to counter the threat of US pressure. The US aid freeze was largely seen to be a punishment for the military coup and crackdown on former president Mohamed Morsi and his supporters, while ...
Egypt Soccer Fans Released on Bail After Riot
Egypt and the US: Everything is just fine
Egypt to Hold Presidential Elections in the Summer
In Egypt, Ousted President's Appearance Brings Fresh Clashes
Protests in Egypt continued this week following ousted president Mohamed Morsi's appearance in court, the first time he's been seen in public since the July 3 military coup that toppled his democratically elected government. NPR Cairo correspondent ...
Egypt will need a miracle to qualify for World Cup
Los Angeles Times
In a just world, Bradley, who has given Egyptian soccer fans hope during some of the darkest days in the country's recent history, would see his Cinderella team end up in Brazil next summer with a spot in the World Cup, a tournament Egypt has played in ...
With fighting in the north, travelers are staying away from south Sinai, a ...
The trouble in the North is actually the small matter of a war, a low-intensity, but vicious conflict pitting the Egyptian military against Islamist extremists. The Sinai insurgency is the subject of my story in this week's print edition of TIME, “A ...
Revolutionary street theatre in Egypt
CAIRO, November 9, 2013 — Since the Egyptian revolution of January, 25, 2011, a new era of arts has erupted in Egypt. The public started a new socio/political environment to embody the dreams and aspirations of a nation which has longed for freedom ...
Egypt security faces test with pair of high-profile matches
Football has long been intertwined with Egypt's political unrest, even before the protests that forced autocrat Hosni Mubarak from power in 2011. Fans often clashed with security forces inside and outside stadiums during his more than two-decade rule.
Prosecutors release 25 Egypt soccer fans on bail after their arrest over ...
Egypt releases Ultras Ahlawy members
Egypt releases 25 football fans after compensation
The Fate of Egypt's Jon Stewart
New York Times
When Egyptians tuned in last week to watch the satire show “Al Bernameg,” often called Egypt's answer to “The Daily Show,” they found instead an anchor announcing that the program had been suspended. A statement issued by the channel's board said the ...
In Egypt, Bassem Youssef is off air--again
Ban targeting Egypt satirist opens new debate on freedoms
Reporters Without Borders slams Egypt for 'threats to freedom of information'
Egypt finance minister: New government will change economic policy
Asharq Alawsat English
Ahmed Galal: Egypt's economy is suffering from three fundamental problems. The first problem is that of imbalance, namely a deficit-to-GDP ratio of 14 percent, a significant decrease in foreign currency reserves to the point that they could only cover ...
Washington's Kid Gloves and Egypt's Fist - by James Traub
Foreign Policy (blog)
I couldn't help thinking of that as I read Secretary of State John Kerry's agonizingly circumscribed remarks during his own visit to Cairo earlier this week, where he insisted that the administration was pleased with Egypt's progress towards the ...
Egypt Moves To Meet Surging Energy Needs
Putin to Visit Egypt in Bid to Restore Military Ties
Egypt Turning to the Russians? Not so Fast
Ousted President Mubarak says Egypt can bounce back against Ghana
Ousted President Hosni Mubarak said Egypt can bounce back from a heavy first leg 1-6 defeat when they play against Ghana on Nov. 19 in the second leg of the World Cup qualifying playoff, Al Arabiya television reported on Thursday, quoting former ...
Egypt's Mubarak 'to return to prison'
Hosni Mubarak to remain under house arrest: Egypt PM