New York Times
Chaos and Lawlessness Grow After Days of Unrest in Egypt
New York Times
PORT SAID, Egypt — The police fired indiscriminately into the streets outside their besieged station, a group of protesters arrived with a crate of gasoline bombs, and others cheered a masked man on a motorcycle who arrived with a Kalashnikov.
Clashes in Egypt kill dozens
Egypt's Port Said now a pivotal test for President Mohamed Morsi
Egypt Resorts to Emergency Law
Updates on a Second 'Day of Rage' in Egypt
New York Times (blog)
Last Updated, 4:03 p.m. This post has been updated throughout the day with reports from bloggers and journalists in Egypt, where protests and clashes continued in major cities despite an attempt to impose emergency rule. As my colleague David ...
Masked youth claim to defend Egypt revolution, but worry Islamists and opposition
CAIRO — An unpredictable new element has entered Egypt's wave of political unrest: a mysterious group of masked young men called the Black Bloc who present themselves as the defenders of protesters opposed to the Islamist president's rule. They boast ...
Transcript for Mohamed Morsi Declares State of Emergency in Egypt
Transcript for Mohamed Morsi Declares State of Emergency in Egypt. And from brazil, we head to egypt, where tonight, there is a caldron of unrest again. Look. Hundreds of protesters clashing with police, tear gas filling the air. And veteran journalist ...
Egypt: Opposition Rejects President's Dialogue
Egypt's main opposition coalition on Monday rejected the Islamist president's call for dialogue unless their conditions are met, a move that is likely to prolong the country's latest political crisis as violence that has left more than 50 people dead ...
In Egypt: Protests Continue, Opposition Balks At Talks With Morsi
A fifth day of "widening unrest," as The New York Times puts it, is underway in Egypt. Clashes continue, Merrit Kennedy reports from Cairo for the NPR Newscast, even though President Mohammed Morsi has declared a 30-day state of emergency and night ...
Violence Flares In Egypt After President Declares State Of Emergency In 3 States
CAIRO, Jan 28 (Reuters) - A man was shot dead on Monday in a fifth day of violence in Egypt that has killed 50 people and prompted the Islamist president to declare a state of emergency in an attempt to end a wave of unrest sweeping the Arab world's ...
Should US End Aid to Egypt?
Deadly clashes across Egypt after the opposition coalition rejected president -- is all separate national dialogue. The White House today said the clashes demonstrate that Egypt is now a difficult path to democracy joining us now. Former US ambassador ...
White House: Egypt's democracy on 'difficult path'
WASHINGTON — Egypt is on a "difficult path" to a peaceful democracy, the White House said Monday as months of lukewarm political support for the conservative Islamic government was in danger of backfiring after deadly weekend riots pushed Cairo to ...
Obama Gives F-16's To Egypt After Morsi Calls Jews Apes And Pigs
Egypt's Salafis Emerge As Powerful And Controversial Political Force
The uprisings of the Arab Spring unleashed a new political force in the region — Salafis. These ultra-conservative Muslims aspire to a society ruled entirely by a rigid form of Islamic law. Their models are the salaf, or ancestors, referring to the ...