Sectarian unrest flares anew in southern Egypt
LUXOR, Egypt (AP) — Police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of Muslim protesters trying to storm a Coptic Christian church in southern Egypt Friday, after a word spread that a Christian man sexually assaulted a 6-year-old girl. Witnesses in ...
Letters: Hate in Egypt
Los Angeles Times
Your editorial calling on Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to apologize for describing Zionists as "descendants of apes and pigs" is only half right. We are all descendants of apes, more or less. Morsi is to be congratulated for embracing the theory of ...
US says Egypt needs to do more on religious tolerance
Egypt's Ex-VP Named Ambassador to the Vatican
US wants more from Egypt on anti-Israel rhetoric
Group Urges Egypt to Not Deport Refugees to Syria
A New York-based rights group has urged Egyptian authorities not to repatriate asylum seekers to Syria, saying such a move would violate international laws since they could face violence and persecution in their home country. Human Rights Watch says in ...
Egypt: Don't Force Palestinians Back to Syria
Muslims, Christians Clash in Southern Egypt
Police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of Muslim protesters outside a church in southern Egypt Friday. The demonstrators were demanding an investigation into allegations that a Christian man sexually assaulted a 6-year-old girl. Residents in the ...
IMF Says Egypt Updating Economy Plan to Secure Loan
Egypt says the loan will help boost investor confidence and encourage other lenders and donors. After agreeing to an economic plan in November with the IMF to get the loan, Egypt asked for a delay last month after President Mohamed Mursi suspended tax ...
EU $6.5 billion grant dependent on Egypt IMF loan: Van Rompuy
IMF Team to Visit Egypt for Loan Talks Before Month's End
EU to provide $6.5 billion to Egypt in grants, loans
New constitution imperils Egypt's Christians
Egyptian Christians gather outside the Abu Fam church Marshada, Qena, where witnesses say hundreds of Muslim protesters surrounded the church, hurled stones and tried to storm it on Friday, Jan. 18. Police fired tear gas to disperse the protesters, who ...
Violence erupts after Muslim protesters attack Upper Egypt Church
Christian Stores Attacked in Egypt After Muslim Girl Allegedly Assaulted
The persecution of Christians in Morsi's Egypt is now serious. So, will Obama ...
Egypt fans protest as stadium stampede verdict nears
Hostility between Egypt's police and hardcore football fans has simmered for years, but worsened after the disaster last February at the Port Said stadium during a match between Cairo's Al Ahly and local side al-Masry. Many of those killed were crushed ...
Egypt fans demand tough verdicts in football trial
Egypt's revolutionary forces march to Tahrir ahead of Port Said verdict
Women march in memory of Port Said
36 years after the 'Bread Uprising': Egypt's Struggle for social justice lives on
It has been 36 years since the eruption of a "bread uprising" that occurred on 18 and 19 January, 1977 as a response to a series of austerity measures implemented by the government, including the removal of subsidies on basic goods. "Social justice" ...
USA: Egypt Needs To Do More On Religious Tolerance
WASHINGTON, Jan 17 (Reuters) - The United States on Thursday called an Egyptian statement about religious tolerance "a good first step" but said Egypt must do more after vitriolic comments about Zionists made by President Mohamed Mursi in 2010 ...
US asks Egypt to commit to religious tolerance
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Algeria crisis triggers Libya, Egypt oil security review
TRIPOLI/LONDON (Reuters) - Libya rushed to beef up security at its oil fields and energy firms were considering similar measures in Egypt as Islamist militants threatened to attack new installations in north Africa. More than 20 foreigners were still ...
Egypt condemns hostage-taking in Algeria
Algeria hostage crisis updates