Kerry faces anger among Egypt's liberal, secular camp over perceived US ...
CAIRO — As John Kerry heads to Egypt on Saturday for his first visit as secretary of state, he faces a barrage of accusations from liberal and secular Egyptians who say Washington is siding with the ruling Muslim Brotherhood in the country's sharp ...
The US Hasn't Helped Egypt's Liberals Nearly Enough
What the US can do for Egypt
A warning to John Kerry on Middle East trip: Egypt could become the next Iran
Muslims riot in southern Egypt looking for woman suspected of converting to ...
LUXOR, Egypt — Dozens of Muslim residents threw firebombs and rocks at police on Friday as they tried to storm a church in southern Egypt in search of a woman suspected of converting to Christianity, security officials said. Clashes between Copts and ...
Dozens of Egypt Christians held in Libya
Muslims Firebomb Church In Egypt When Tensions Flare Over Missing Girl
Tensions remain at Aswan church over alleged kidnapping, forced conversion
Egypt hot-air balloon tragedy: Survivor Michael Rennie flies home
A British survivor of the Egypt hot-air balloon tragedy has returned to the UK after being discharged from hospital. Michael Rennie, 49, from Perth, had been receiving treatment in a Cairo hospital since Tuesday's crash near Luxor. His wife Yvonne, 48 ...
British survivor of Egypt balloon crash returning to UK
British survivor of Egypt balloon disaster recalls events
Egypt holds memorial ceremony for Luxor balloon explosion victims
PBS NewsHour (blog)
The Dark Side of Egypt's Tahrir Square
PBS NewsHour (blog)
Protesters marched Feb. 6 against the government, saying it hasn't done enough to protect women from violence in Tahrir Square and Mohamed Mahmoud Street in Cairo. Photo by Amr Abdallah Dalsh/Reuters. Tahrir Square, the site known around the world ...
Egypt police accused of abusing children
Egypt's security forces have been accused of detaining dozens of children without charge and in some cases torturing and abusing them, prompting a condemnation from the United Nations. Scores of children were detained across the country during protests ...
'They beat us like animals': Egypt's children detained, abused
Egypt balloon crash pilot 'unaware of what happened to tourists', says sister
The pilot of the balloon that crashed in Luxor, Egypt, on Tuesday – killing 19 people, including three British residents – is fighting for his life in hospital, and remains unaware of what happened after he jumped burning from the balloon, his family ...
Egyptian Balloon Explosion Kills at Least 19 Tourists at Luxor
Pol O Conghaile: Don't let balloon tragedy put you off Egypt, but mind how you go
Survivor of Egypt balloon crash: I'm so sorry I lost my Yvonne
International Business Times
'Harlem Shake' Protests in Tunisia and Egypt
New York Times (blog)
The protest in Egypt followed the arrest last week in Cairo of four pharmaceutical students. They were charged with violating the country's decency laws by dancing in their underwear to emulate the Australian “Harlem Shake” video that sparked the craze ...
The 'Harlem Shake' becomes a protest in Egypt and Tunisia
The Harlem Shake, Now An International Symbol Of Human Rights?
'Harlem Shake' Spreads In Tunisia, Egypt As Means Of Protest Against Islamists
Bankrupt Egypt Considers Renting Out Pyramids
Tourism in Egypt has dropped sharply under Muslim Brotherhood rule. But the Islamist government has an easy answer to all its problems. Just rent out the pyramids. Adel Abdel Sattar, the secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, in an ...
Cash-strapped Egypt considers offering pyramids, other monuments for rent
Pyramids for Rent: Egypt Mulls Desperate Measures to Save Crumbling Economy
BREAKING: Fresh clashes break out in Egypt's Mansoura, dozens injured
According to Ahram's Arabic-language news website, the melee started when police forces fired tear gas at protesters in front the Daqahliya governorate headquarters as clashes in the restive city of Mansoura continued for a sixth day. The Egyptian ...
Unofficial 'morality police' launches in Egypt
In March 2011, a group of alleged Salafists in Qena, Upper Egypt severed the ear of a Coptic Christian man and set his car ablaze for allegedly renting an apartment to two Muslim women, who they claimed were prostitutes. In July 2012, 20-year-old ...