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US gift of F-16 fighters headed to Egypt, despite Morsi's harsh rhetoric
Four F-16 fighter jets left the U.S. this morning, bound for Egypt as part of a foreign aid package critics say should have been scrapped when the nation elected a president who has called President Obama a liar and urged that hatred of Jews be ...
Egypt's Constitutional Referendum: Did President Morsi Hijack Democracy?
Egypt's Anti-Semitic President Gets . . . F-16s?
US Sends Aid to Egypt Including Jets, Tanks
The Daily Star
Egypt: Rights Group Accuses Police of Using Torture and Violence
New York Times
An Egyptian rights group on Tuesday accused the country's police of “acting like a gang,” torturing detainees and using violence to impose control. The report by the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights documented 16 cases of police violence in ...
Rights Group: Egypt's Police Behave Like 'Gang'
Voice of America
Egypt Reports Rise in Tourist Numbers
Voice of America
January 22, 2013. CAIRO — Egypt recorded a 17 percent rise in tourists in 2012 and a 13 percent increase in income generated, the tourism minister said on Tuesday, indicating a steady recovery in the vital industry. Hisham Zaazou did not give total ...
Egypt sees 17 percent tourism rise, but worries still abound
Egypt opposition leader aims to break Islamist dominance
CAIRO (Reuters) - A coalition of Egyptian opposition groups is forging a common electoral platform as it seeks to capitalize on setbacks for Islamists who have dominated the country's politics since an Arab Spring uprising. Hamdeen Sabahy, a firebrand ...
Back to Africa: Egypt's Morsi arrives in Addis Ababa Sunday
President Mohamed Morsi on Sunday is scheduled to arrive in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, where the African Union is located, to take part in an African Summit. The trip will be Morsi's second visit to the Ethiopian capital since he was sworn in ...
Lawsuits for insulting president soar under Egypt's Morsi
President Mohammed Morsi's first 200 days in office have seen more lawsuits filed on charges of “insulting the president” than all Egyptian rulers since 1892, a leading rights group said, while another report laid out charges of continued police ...
More 'insulting president' lawsuits under Morsi than Mubarak
Egypt's private universities form union against new charter
The Egyptian Private Universities Union (EPUU) has decided to form an independent student union after a charter for public universities in Egypt was unilaterally passed by President Morsi's government without EPUU's involvement. The EPUU's new student ...
US urged to aid Egyptian family facing prison for converting to Christianity
Supporters of an Egyptian woman sentenced with her seven children to 15 years in prison for converting to Christianity say the U.S. government must do more to stick up for her and other religious minorities in the Middle East. Nadia Mohamed Ali and her ...
Egypt's Morsi Opposes French Intervention in Mali
Egypt's Islamist president on Monday stated his opposition to France's military intervention in Mali, saying its actions there would create a "new conflict hotspot" that separates the Arab north from its African neighbors to the south. Addressing the ...
Morsi calls on expats to prop up Egypt's economy
Saudi Arabia proclaims support for Egypt
Morsi - Egyptian Economy Indicators 'Strong'
Former Egypt MP slams high cost of CSF uniforms
Former MP for the Egyptian Social Democratic Party Ziad El-Eleimi slammed state spending priorities on Tuesday, pointing out the high cost of new Central Security Forces (CSF) uniforms as social services, he claimed, were left to deteriorate. "While ...