Saving Egypt from anarchy
THE MASS DEMONSTRATIONS and violence in Egypt during the past week may look a little like the revolution that erupted two years ago — but they are utterly different. The principal protagonists in the streets are mostly not common citizens seeking an ...
Chaos in Egypt
Egypt opposition to protest after deadly week
Egypt Rivals Hold Rare Meeting and Call for Dialogue
Wall Street Journal
Pressure Rises on Egypt Leader to Open Talks
Wall Street Journal
In the midst of the worst outbreak of violence in Egypt since the Arab Spring uprising, Mr. Morsi paid a shortened, but politically important, visit to Berlin on a mission to reassure Europe that he and his Islamist government would remain on the path ...
Fear and loathing in Egypt: The fallout from Port Said
Is Egypt on the Brink of Collapse? Sharif Abdel Kouddous Reports from Restive ...
Egypt's armed forces chief warns unrest could cause collapse of state
Council on Foreign Relations
Could Egypt fall apart?
Read a version of this story in Arabic. (CNN) -- The renewed bloodshed and defiant protests in Egypt prompts a provocative question: Could Egypt really collapse? Just two years into a revolution that ignited during the Arab Spring, Egypt's defense ...
Can Egypt Survive Its Latest Crisis?
Morsi's Egypt in Chaos
Morsi Declares State of Emergency in Egypt
Egypt's $1.5 Billion U.S. Aid Questioned Amid Crackdown
The political turmoil in Egypt, with the Muslim Brotherhood coming to power through elections, coincides with intense pressure on Congress to cut federal spending. While Egyptian aid is tiny relative to the budget deficit, foreign aid has never been ...
Sen. Inhofe: Egypt's President Is an Enemy
ABC News (blog)
“I think Morsi's an enemy, I think their military is a friend,” Inhofe said while questioning Chuck Hagel during the latter's confirmation hearing as secretary of Defense on Thursday before the Senate Armed Services Committee, where Inhofe sits as the ...
Egypt rivals commit to 'serious dialogue'
Rival political parties and groups in Egypt have pledged support for national dialogue to end the ongoing political crisis and condemned the violence which has killed dozens in a week of unrest. Grand Imam Ahmed el Tayeb, the top Islamic scholar, had ...
Egypt's Islamists, Liberals Agree to Renounce Violence
Voice of America
Egypt's Islamist and liberal politicians agreed Thursday to renounce violence and join a national dialogue aimed at resolving the country's deadliest unrest in months. Egyptian Islamic scholar Sheik Ahmed al-Tayeb chaired Thursday's meeting at the ...
Egypt politicians renounce violence at crisis talks
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's feuding politicians renounced violence on Thursday after being summoned by the country's most influential Muslim scholar to talks to end the deadliest unrest since President Mohamed Mursi took power. It remains to be seen ...
Soccer: A Surprising Player In Egypt's Unrest
Violent protests are breaking out in Egypt, just two years after a massive uprising led to the fall of the former dictator. One of the unexpected driving forces is soccer. Host Michel Martin talks to Dave Zirin, sports editor at The Nation about how ...
UN News Centre
Egypt: UN concerned about rising violence against female protesters
UN News Centre
31 January 2013 – The top United Nations official tasked with advancing gender equality today expressed “deep concern” about the escalating violence against women in Egypt, particularly those protesting in the days following the second anniversary of ...