Leaked Report to Egypt's President Implicates Army in Torture and Killing of ...
New York Times (blog)
A leaked report published on Wednesday by The Guardian implicates Egypt's armed forces of participating in the disappearance, torture and killing of civilians across the country during the 2011 Egyptian revolution, an uprising in which the military ...
Egypt's army took part in torture and killings during revolution, report shows
Egypt army 'tortured and killed during 2011 revolution'
Creating our version of democracy in Egypt
The Post seemed to argue that Egyptian legislation should be evaluated on the metric of whether such legislation “reduce[s] the West's ability to influence Egypt's course.” It is concerning that such a respected newspaper would take the position that ...
Qatar offers Egypt $3bn in aid
"We have agreed to add Egypt government bonds worth $3bn," Hamad said at a joint press conference in Doha with his Egyptian counterpart, Hisham Qandil, on Wednesday. Gas-rich Qatar has already announced an aid package of $5bn to Egypt, ...
UPDATE 4-Qatar, Libya give Egypt $5 bln boost amid IMF talks
Egypt: Qatar Offers Support With Bond Purchase
Qatar gives Egypt $3bn aid package
Egypt's Morsi Withdraws Complaints Against Media
An Egyptian official says the president has ordered withdrawal of complaints against journalists for allegedly reporting rumors. Presidential spokesman Ehab Fahmy said Mohammed Morsi ordered cancellation of the complaints filed by the president's legal ...
In Egypt, satire can't just be a laughing matter
Egypt's 'revolutionary cleric' suspended over sermon
Brotherhood's appeal begins to wane in Egypt
Egypt's Morsi uses Twitter to talk to youth
By Jeff Black, Staff Writer, NBC News. President Muhammed Morsi, often criticized by young Egyptians for a lack of democratic reforms, on Wednesday took to the social-media site Twitter to request questions from youth. A screen capture of Egyptian ...
Voice of America
Egypt's Morsi Drops Complaints Against Journalists
Voice of America
CAIRO — Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has ordered the withdrawal of legal complaints filed by the presidency against journalists, in a move that appeared aimed at fending off accusations of a crackdown on dissent by the Islamist-led authorities.
State Commissioners Say Mursi Case Out of Court Jurisdiction
Egypt's Coptic Christians face dilemma over violence
The leader of Egypt's Coptic Christians, Pope Tawadros II, has accused President Mohammed Morsi of "negligence" following deadly violence outside the main cathedral in Cairo. Several people died in clashes between Egypt's Christians and Muslims at the ...
Egypt's Christians Look Ahead after Religious Violence
Egypt: Address Recurring Sectarian Violence
After Sectarian Violence, Coptic Pope Takes On Egypt's President
Egypt Denies Hardliners Halted Iran Tourism
Egypt's presidential spokesman says tourist flights from Iran were not suspended because of pressure from "any particular groups." Ehab Fahmy's comments come after an outcry by hardline Sunni Muslims, known as Salafis, who were angered by the ...
Egypt — Something different for a change
Egyptian PM Qandil positive about Iranian tourism
Egypt-Iran tourism plan still alive, says Egyptian minister
Algeria's Lesson for Egypt's Mohamed Morsi: Let the Satirist Be
If Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi needs pointers in how to deal with the wildly popular TV satirist Bassem Youssef — who was charged last week with insulting the President and mocking Islam — he might find them in a nearby North African country: ...
Heir Apparent reaffirms Qatar's support to Egypt
HH the Deputy Emir and Heir Apparent Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani and HE the Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabor al-Thani holding talks with Egypt's Prime Minister Hisham Kandil at the Emiri Diwan yesterday.