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Showdown? Egypt's Morsy defies military 'ultimatum'
Cairo (CNN) -- Egypt's military leaders declared Wednesday the army "will sacrifice our blood" to defend the country just hours after President Mohamed Morsy refused to bow to their ultimatum that he find a solution to the deadly unrest sweeping the ...
Morsi Defies Egypt Army's Ultimatum to Bend to Protest
Egypt's Morsi and military on collision course
Egypt's Morsi defiant under pressure as deadline looms
Egypt's Morsi defiantly refuses to step down, vows to protect democratic ...
Updated 9:36 p.m. ET. CAIRO With the clock ticking, Egypt's besieged president said Tuesday that he will not step down as state media reported that the powerful military plans to overturn his Islamist-dominated government if the elected leader doesn't ...
Wall Street stumbles as Egypt turmoil grows
After a strong start to the day, stocks dropped in afternoon trading and the major indexes erased all earlier gains as reports from Egypt showed intensifying political turmoil. Stocks were higher earlier on positive news about car sales, home prices ...
As Egypt ultimatum nears, all eyes on defense minister
CAIRO – The sudden announcement from Egypt's military that it will intervene in Egypt's political crisis if it is not resolved by Wednesday has all of Egypt waiting to see what will happen next. The question on the minds of both backers and opponents ...
Oil Near $100 on Egypt Protests, US Demand Outlook
Oil is above $100 a barrel for the first time since September, as traders worried about disruptions to Mideast supplies after embattled Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi vowed not to resign. Benchmark oil was up $1.71 to $101.32 at 9:40 p.m. in ...
Oil near $102 on Egypt protests, US demand outlook
Oil above $102 on Egypt turmoil , supply decline
Egypt unrest pushes up global oil prices
Egypt's ailing economy is at the heart of the unrest
An Egyptian economy that was ailing when President Mohammed Morsi took power a year ago has since tumbled under his leadership and is at the root of the unrest gripping the Arab world's most populous country. "The economy has been bleeding on the ...
How Egypt's President Precipitated a Crisis
Mohammed Morsi, a member the Muslim Brotherhood's political wing, the Freedom and Justice Party, was sworn in as Egypt's president on June 30, 2012. One year later, an unprecedented number of Egyptians have taken to the streets across the country to ...
Young Activists Rouse Egypt Protests but Leave Next Steps to Public
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Their movement, however, underlines both the greatest strengths and the most glaring weaknesses of the youth groups that have driven many of Egypt's most fundamental political transformations since the revolution, channeling public sentiment to ...
Lingering Crisis in Cairo Dims Egypt's Economic Outlook
With Egypt's economy still licking its wounds from the 2011 revolution, the latest political stalemate gripping Cairo and capturing the world's attention threatens to further cloud the country's already-murky economic outlook. Now the onus is on ...
George W. Bush 'Hopeful' for Democracy Despite Egypt's Protests
Former President George W. Bush today called the massive protests playing out in the streets of Egypt an "evolution" in the country's march toward mature democracy. "Democracies take a while to take root," Bush said in an interview with ABC News' ...