Report: Egypt opens criminal investigation against Morsi
CAIRO — Egypt announced a criminal investigation Saturday against the nation's first democratically elected leader, in a move that could lead to charges, Reuters reported. Prosecutors — who have received complaints against ousted leader Mohammed ...
Thousands gather in Egypt to demand Mohamed Morsi's reinstatement
Egypt weighs charges against Morsi for damaging economy
Islamist lawmakers demand Morsi's return in Egypt
Egypt announces criminal investigation of Mursi
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt announced a criminal investigation on Saturday against deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi, with prosecutors saying they were examining complaints of spying, inciting violence and ruining the economy. Egypt's first freely ...
New York Times
Hardening Split in Egypt as Islamists Stage Huge Demonstrations
New York Times
CAIRO — Hundreds of thousands of Egyptian Islamists and other supporters of Mohamed Morsi, the country's first freely elected president, who was ousted and detained by the military last week, filled public squares in Cairo and other cities on Friday ...
U.S. News & World Report
Huh? Pentagon Denies US About to 'Invade' Egypt
The Pentagon and U.S. Embassy in Cairo issued surprising denials today after reports in the Egyptian press said that a U.S. task force in the Red Sea was about to “invade Egypt.” Earlier this week, two U.S. ships led by the USS San Antonio, a transport ...
US Sends Marines, Navy to Egypt
Pentagon Press Secretary: US Not Invading Egypt
Egypt investigating complaints against ousted Morsi
Egypt's public prosecutor's office says it is investigating complaints against ousted President Mohammed Morsi and members of the Muslim Brotherhood. They include spying, inciting killing protesters, attacking military barracks and damaging the economy.
Egypt braces for violence as Morsi supporters plan march
SHARECONNECT 77 TWEETCOMMENTEMAILMORE. CAIRO — Egypt geared up for another day of protests Friday as the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of former President Mohammed Morsi planned to take to the streets to resist the military's ...
Egypt: Tony Blair's support for coup sends wrong message on democracy
You argue ("Egyptian army had no choice but to topple Morsi, says Blair", News) that the uprising in Egypt against the Muslim Brotherhood is viewed by the region's Muslim population "as an indefensible coup organised by the Egyptian military ...
Egypt in another transition, what to expect this time?
Egypt's 2013-14 budget remains in limbo
The Case For Cutting Off Aid to Egypt
US reviews Egypt aid as Arab nations pour $12 billion into post-Morsi regime
U.S. aid to Egypt was formally put under review Thursday in the wake of last week's military-backed power shift as Arab nations rushed to pledge $12 billion to the country's new government. "Given the events of last week, the president has directed ...
Egypt's interim PM names two more key ministerial candidates
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian Interim Prime Minister Hazem El-Beblawi will ask leftist politician Godah Abdel Khalik to serve as supplies minister, a position he held for several months in 2011, two sources in the transitional administration told Reuters ...
Egypt wheat figures appear half baked
According to Ouda, Egypt, the world's biggest wheat importer, has about 500,000 metric tons of wheat to meet the demands of 84 million people. World Bank figures for 2012 show the country is expected to consume about 18 million metric tons of wheat in ...
Conflicting Reports regarding Egypt's wheat supply