Los Angeles Times
Egypt's cabinet gets to work amid Brotherhood protests
SHARE 29 CONNECT 41 TWEET 7 COMMENTEMAILMORE. CAIRO — Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood called for fresh protests in Cairo Wednesday as the country's interim cabinet was set to get to work after being sworn in, and as opposing political groups ...
Behind Egypt's coup, months of acrimony between Morsi and top general over ...
Egypt Pushes Ahead With Plan for New Constitution
Egypt's Brotherhood Stirs Protest After Rejecting Cabinet
US suggests Egyptian military may have averted civil war
The armed forces deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi on July 3 after huge street protests against his rule, clearing the way for this week's installment of a new interim cabinet charged with restoring civilian government and reviving the economy.
Egypt Cabinet Has Women, Christians; No Islamists
Egypt's interim president swears in cabinet after deadly protests
Brotherhood holds protest day as Egypt cabinet starts work
Billionaire Naguib Sawiris Says He'll Increase His Investment In Egypt
Naguib Sawiris. Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris has revealed that his family plans to increase their investment in the country to the tune of billions of dollars following the July 3 ousting of President Mohammed Morsi by military force, Reuters ...
Egypt: Billionaire Sawiris To Invest 'Billions' After Morsi Ouster
Deep Division Persists in Egypt After Deadly Night of Clashes With Police
A march led by supporters of the former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi turned violent when protesters clashed with police. At least seven people were killed and more than 260 were hurt. Ray Suarez talks to GlobalPost editor-at-large Charles Sennott, ...
EU calls for release of Egypt's Morsi
Ahmed Galal, Egypt's finance minister said on Wednesday that an IMF loan was only "part of the solution" to the country's problems and the new transitional government would have to draw up a plan that would start to fix the troubled economy. Earlier on ...
Egypt swears in new liberal Cabinet, shutting out Islamist parties
CAIRO — Egypt swore in its first Cabinet on Tuesday since President Mohammed Morsi was thrown out of office, putting relative liberals in charge of key ministries and shutting out Islamists that were elected into power last year. The head of the armed ...
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.
Wall Street Journal
Egypt Forms Cabinet, Shuns Morsi Backers
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egypt's two-week-old government appointed a cabinet of secular-leaning ministers on Tuesday, over the objection of the ousted president's supporters, adding to the once-powerful Islamists' political isolation amid a rash of deadly street violence.
Deadly clashes strike Egypt as a new government takes shape
Cairo (CNN) -- Just two weeks after the Egyptian military ousted President Mohamed Morsy, the country's interim leader Tuesday swore in a new cabinet that excluded members of powerful Islamist parties that came to political power in the country's first ...
Coptic Christian church destroyed by Egypt looters
17 July 2013 Last updated at 03:25 ET Help. There has been a string of attacks on Christians in different provinces in Egypt since Mohammed Morsi was forced from office, with Coptic Christians saying they have been singled out for campaigning against him.
Egypt Coptic Christians suffer under violent attacks in Sinai region