As Police Strike, Egypt Tensely Awaits Verdicts in Soccer Riot
New York Times (blog)
As my colleague David Kirkpatrick in Cairo reported, a quickly spreading strike among the police force has added to a growing sense of chaos and lawlessness in Egypt, where opposition to President Mohamed Morsi has been newly energized in recent days ...
Thousands march in Egypt's Port Said over deaths
Egypt tense ahead of Port Said football riot verdicts
Egypt Court Ruling May Spark Violence, US Embassy Says
Rebuilding trust within Egypt
IT'S NOT hard for outsiders to discern what Egypt's leaders must do to avoid a looming economic collapse and the even more frightening risk of anarchy. First, they must quickly come to terms with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), with which they ...
Analysis: Egypt's opposition scents chance in election debacle
Police strikes in Egypt accelerate, adding turmoil
Egypt police strike for better protection against attacks
Dimensions of ancient Egypt
The Temple of Amun-Ra at Karnak isn't the most famous ancient site in Egypt — that honor goes to the Pyramids at Giza — but newly developed reconstructions using 3-D virtual reality modeling make clear its architectural importance and rich history.
The Times of Israel
Raped Egypt Women Wish Death Over Life as Crimes Ignored
The case has helped galvanize human rights campaigners as Egypt's Islamist-led government rewrites the penal code and definitions of gender-based violence. It has also underscored the uphill fight against society's tendency to blame the victim and ...
Egypt wants to lure Israelis back to the Sinai
Egypt seeks new ways to settle fraud cases
Law of Necessity? Egypt seeks to bring back Israeli tourists to Sinai
On Egypt, Focus on Rights
New York Times
“Egypt Needs to Act” (editorial, March 5) rightly praised Secretary of State John Kerry's message during his recent visit to Egypt. But Egyptians have heard American leaders talk about human rights and democracy in their country before, and many have ...
John Kerry's bland visit to Egypt
We should not be aiding Egypt when Maryland needs help
Egypt police withdraw from Port Said
The Egyptian military has taken over security duties from the police in the restive city of Port Said, the interior ministry has said. Police were withdrawn from the streets "to calm tension", the ministry said, after days of clashes with protesters ...
Foreign aid necessary, even to Egypt
San Antonio Express
Nonetheless, we should not cut off aid to Egypt. It's not that we must blindly support unfriendly regimes. It is perfectly reasonable to cut off aid to governments that are intrinsically hostile and beyond our influence. Subsidizing enemies is merely ...
Egypt cancels parliamentary vote dates after court ruling
Analysis: Why Egypt's Morsi has accepted court election rebuff
Opinion: Egypt sliding toward fiscal cliff
Hours before Port Said's court verdict, Egypt braces for the unknown
An Egyptian protester waves a flare during a rally of thousands of soccer fans of Egypt's most popular team, Al-Ahly, in Tahrir Square, the focal point of Egyptian uprising, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 18, 2013. (Photo: AP). Related. Army takes over ...
New York Times
A Locust Plague, Shy of Biblical Proportions, in Israel
New York Times
JERUSALEM — For many Israelis, the biblical comparisons were irresistible: locusts were swarming across the border from Egypt three weeks before Passover, like a vivid enactment of the eighth plague visited upon the obdurate Pharaoh. Others with a ...
In Post-Revolution Egypt, Fears Of Police Abuse Deepening
Egypt's police force was the underpinning of former President Hosni Mubarak's iron-fisted regime, and it quickly became the enemy of Egypt's 2011 revolution. Yet there has been little to no reform of the police force to date. Human rights groups say ...