New York Times
Egypt's Government Apologizes After a Beating Is Televised
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt's interior minister offered a rare apology on Saturday after officers under his command were seen on television beating a naked man two blocks from the presidential palace. But under what his family said was police coercion, the victim, ...
Video of protester stripped and beaten fires Egypt fury
Egypt Police Abuse: Video Of Beating Stokes Outrage (GRAPHIC)
Chaos and police brutality at Egypt's presidential palace
Egypt "bodyguards" take stand against sex assault
CAIRO Amid a growing number of brutal attacks on women protesters in Egypt, one stood out: A mob of men on Cairo's Tahrir Square raped a 19-year-old woman with a sharp object, cutting her genitals in an attack that forced her to undergo emergency ...
Tahrir Square activists confront Egypt PM Hisham Qandil
Egypt's PM condemns clashes near presidential palace
We've failed to meet youth demands: Egypt's PM Qandil
Under Egypt's political unrest seethes the rising anger of the poor
Los Angeles Times
Nationwide riots protesting President Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood-linked party have swept Egypt in recent days, killing more than 50 people, most of them in the coastal city of Port Said. Since its revolution two years ago, the country has ...
Ahmadinejad to make first Egypt visit by Iran head in decades
CAIRO (Reuters) - Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will visit Cairo next week, becoming the first Iranian president to travel to Egypt since Iran's 1979 revolution ruptured diplomatic ties between the two most populous countries in the Middle East. Ahmadinejad will ...
Republicans ask Obama not to send Egypt F16s
“Recent violent outbreaks and the volatile situation in Egypt should give the US reason to pause when considering continuing to provide foreign assistance to the government of Egypt,” said Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, ranking member of the ...
Egypt's prime minister warns chaos and violence threatens country's already ...
CAIRO – Egypt's prime minister says the street violence and political unrest that has engulfed the country for more than a week is threatening the nation's already ailing economy. In a brief statement on TV Saturday, Hisham Kandil also condemned recent ...
Egypt opposition backs Morsi exit call
Egypt's main opposition bloc has backed calls for President Mohamed Morsi to step down, a day after deadly clashes left the government scrambling to contain the fallout from footage of police brutalising a man. A statement from the National Salvation ...
Egypt's league resumes despite national protests
Egypt's football league has resumed after a year's absence, despite ongoing protests in Cairo and Port Said. Defending champions Al Ahly kicked off the opening game of the league season against Ghazl El Mahallah in Cairo. No supporters have been ...
Egypt to resume football league without fans
After deadly riot, Egypt's football season opens - with no fans in the stands
Egypt League To Restart Amid Protests And Finger Pointing Of Police – Analysis
Egypt Rivals Hold Rare Meeting and Call for Dialogue
New York Times
CAIRO — With Egypt's political elites warring and street violence taking on a life of its own, young revolutionaries on Thursday tried to step into the country's leadership vacuum, organizing a rare meeting of political forces that, in Egypt's ...
Egypt: Police Beat Protester Outside Palace
An Egyptian protester has been dragged to the ground, stripped and beaten by security forces during clashes outside the country's presidential palace. The attack in the capital Cairo was filmed by a camera crew, who saw the naked man being hauled into ...