New York Times (blog)
Egypt's interim government gets to work amid protests, deadlock
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's interim government sets about the mammoth task of returning the country to civilian rule and rescuing the economy on Wednesday, a process complicated by deadly protests and a political stalemate with powerful Islamist groups.
Egypt's New Government Doesn't Include Muslim Brotherhood
Egypt swears in new cabinet, including general who ousted Morsi
Key figures in Egypt's new interim government after the military ouster of ...
After Morsi's Ouster in Egypt, Tunisia's Islamists Fear a Similar Fate
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Clashes return to streets of Cairo in another blow for Egypt
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In Egypt, US moves on from Morsi
Thousands of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's supporters demonstrated in the streets of Cairo as U.S. envoy Bill Burns met with the military regime that ousted Morsi from power just 12 days ago. Play Video ...
Key Figures in Egypt's New Government
Egypt's new interim Cabinet brings in a number of prominent figures from the country's liberal and secular factions into top positions, particularly from the National Salvation Front, the main coalition of opponents to ousted President Mohammed Morsi ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood shows signs of fracturing after Morsi's fall
CAIRO - Just last month, the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood had a lock on Egypt's presidency and parliament. Now, after mass protests backed by the country's military swept President Mohammed Morsi from power, the organization venerated throughout the ...
Egypt's interim president swears in cabinet after deadly protests
Egypt's interim president has sworn in a new cabinet, the first since the ouster of the Islamist president by the military nearly two weeks ago, following deadly clashes between police and protesters that left several people dead and more than 260 hurt.
Egypt needs our help now more than ever
In the wake of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's eviction from office by the country's military amid an unprecedented mass uprising, there have been calls for Washington to reduce or suspend its aid to this critical ally in the Middle East. Such ...
Americans Want Nothing to Do With Egypt
Egypt Needs Longer-Term Reform Plans - US State Department
Egypt Cabinet Has Women, Christians; No Islamists
Egypt's interim leader swore in a Cabinet on Tuesday that included women and Christians but no Islamists as the military-backed administration moved swiftly to formalize the new political order and present a more liberal face that is markedly at odds ...
Egypt's Interim Cabinet Takes Oath of Office
Voice of America
Visiting Deputy U.S. Secretary of State William Burns echoed those ideas, urging Egypt's new interim leaders not to exclude anyone from a new government. Egyptians, he insisted, must “come together to find a nonviolent and inclusive path forward.”.