Protesting in Egypt because they have nothing else
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO — They are a bedraggled front line, shock troops with scabbed faces and gunshot wounds, many of them boys with runny noses and sandaled feet, standing beyond police barricades with gasoline bombs, swords and stones. They are legion, angry ...
One dead, dozens hurt as police clash with Egypt protesters
Egypt protesters, police clash at presidential palace
Egypt Rivals Hold Rare Meeting and Call for Dialogue
Deep Rifts Drive Egypt's Anti-Morsi Protests
An Egyptian anti-riot soldier shouts to protesters pulling the barbed wire during a protest in front of the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. (Amr Nabil/AP). Gone are the days of liberal and secular activists singing songs ...
Mass protests planned in Egypt after deadly week
Opponents of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi planned mass demonstrations on Friday, raising the prospect of more bloodshed despite a pledge by politicians to back off after the deadliest week of his seven months in office. Protests marking the second ...
A bad vote on weapons to Egypt
Washington Post (blog)
On Thursday the Senate voted 79-19 against an amendment offered by Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) to halt the sale of F-16s and Abrams tanks to Egypt. The Obama administration insists we should be sending the weaponry, even in the wake of Egyptian President ...
The Pro-Israel Lobby Is Opposing Rand Paul's Amendment To Block Weapons ...
Paul, Inhofe, Up Pressure on F-16 Sale to Egypt
Alexander: Suspend Military Sales, Transfers To Egypt Until “We Secure Key ...
Anniversary violence deepen Egypt's economic crisis
The recent protests and violence in Egypt has proven enormously costly to the country's ailing economy. This has combined with a perceived lack of progress in dealing with the economic crisis by Prime Minister Hisham Qandil's cabinet, further fuelling ...
Port Said: Bloody Scenes Expected In Egypt
Is Egypt on the Brink of Collapse? Sharif Abdel Kouddous Reports from Restive ...
Egypt is still playing football
Prosecutors allege police role in deadly Egypt soccer riot
PORT SAID, Egypt -- The rivalry between Port Said's al Masry soccer club and Cairo's al Ahly team is legendary, so angry and violent that for many years police made a habit of escorting fans into and out of the stadium for fear of violence. But on Feb ...
Bradley fighting to give fractured Egypt World Cup hope
Egypt's league set to resume despite national protests
Egypt's much-maligned football league kicks off as clubs eye financial relief
Egypt Rallies Target Mursi After Agreement to End Violence
Opponents of Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi rallied in Port Said and prepared for similar marches in Cairo, hours after joining forces with their Islamist rivals in pledging to work to end a wave of violence. Thousands marched through the Suez Canal ...
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 ...
Egypt's armed forces chief warns unrest could cause collapse of state
Fear and loathing in Egypt: The fallout from Port Said
Mursi due in Germany on visit shortened by Egypt crisis
New York Times
Opposition in Egypt Urges Unity Government
New York Times
CAIRO — Facing dire warnings from the military about the country's growing chaos, Egyptian opposition leaders banded together for the first time on Wednesday and pressed President Mohamed Morsi to form a national unity government as a way to halt the ...
How Egypt's failed leaders made soccer and politics run amok
Globe and Mail
January 25 marked the two-year anniversary of the revolution that overthrew Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak. This charged event alone would have been enough to cause tensions in the streets; the same-day release of court verdicts on the soccer clashes ...