US gets it wrong on Egypt again
(CNN) -- Protests planned around Egypt -- particularly in Cairo's Tahrir Square -- on the second anniversary of the January 25 revolution are expected to be an explosion of dissent, revealing the deep divisions in the country between President Mohamed ...
In the new Egypt, many remnants of the Mubarak order lead comfortable lives
Clashes in Egypt on Eve of Uprising Anniversary
Clashes in Egypt in lead-up to anniversary
On Revolt's Anniversary, Egypt Needs Economic Miracle
It may be too early to judge the success or failure of Egypt's 2011 revolution, but this much is clear: The young people who led the uprising feel betrayed, and the Islamist government that followed is focused on consolidating power when it should be ...
On Egypt uprising's 2nd anniversary, many Egyptians still cry for bread
Christian Science Monitor
The people Egypt's revolution left behind
Christian Science Monitor
Two years after the uprising that unseated Egypt's president of three decades and ushered in hopes of positive change, many Egyptians feel more weary than empowered. The daily injustices like poverty, unemployment, and police abuse that propelled many ...
Egypt's Transition Needs Some Quiet US Help
If ever there was a moment for the U.S. to lead from behind, it is in Egypt and it is now. The popular revolt that began in Cairo's Tahrir Square two years ago today was the most inspiring of the Arab Spring, but what has followed has proved to be the ...
Egypt Prime Minister Optimistic on IMF Loan Timing
Wall Street Journal
DAVOS, Switzerland—Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Qandil said Thursday that he was hopeful the long-delayed process for the country to receive a $4.8 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund to help stabilize its faltering economy was back on ...
Egypt's PM meets Lagarde in Davos on IMF $4.8 billion loan
Sources: IMF may postpone loan agreement by months
Egypt PM says IMF to return to Cairo within 2 weeks
Egypt to Vaccinate After Polio Found in Sewer
CAIRO January 24, 2013 (AP). Egypt will carry out a vaccination campaign for children in parts of Cairo after polio was recently found in the capital's sewage, believed to have been brought to the country from Pakistan, a Health Ministry official said ...
Egypt plans new vaccinations after polio virus, believed from Pakistan, found ...
Polio Virus Spreads From Pakistan to Egypt
Egypt: Polio Virus Is Found in Cairo's Sewers
Sundance 2013: In Egypt doc 'The Square,' a new kind of muckraking
Los Angeles Times
PARK CITY, Utah -- The bullets and tear-gas pellets were flying at Jehane Noujaim, but instead of scrambling backward with the rest of the Cairo protesters, the documentary filmmaker walked forward into the smoky haze, where hundreds of gas mask-clad ...
Two years since uprising, Egypt braces for more protests
The Brotherhood has said it will not send its supporters to Tahrir Square on Friday - a decision that at least limits the scope for more of the unrest that has compounded Egypt's economic troubles. Instead, with its eye on forthcoming parliamentary ...
Whatever happened to Egypt's spring?
Tourism is Egypt's economic lifeline. But after two years of political turmoil following the downfall of Hosni Mubarak, and with more demonstrations expected today and tomorrow as Egyptians mark the second anniversary of the revolution, the economy is ...
Egypt: Publish Fact-Finding Committee Report
Human Rights Watch
“Two years after the uprising, prosecution failings, security agency cover-ups, and a failure of political will have conspired to deny justice to victims of government abuse. It's high time to end political compromise over accountability and to set the ...