Egypt to Take New Look at Syrian Ties
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt's interim foreign minister on Saturday sought to distance the new government's policy on Syria from that of former President Mohamed Morsi, who helped make Egypt a hub for Syrian opposition groups and a destination for refugees fleeing ...
Egypt Reviews Ties with Syria
Jordan king first head of state in post-coup Egypt
Egypt has no intention of waging Syria 'jihad': minister
Voice of America
Islamic extremists reportedly attacking Egypt's Christian community over Morsi ...
Reports have surfaced out of Egypt that sectarian attacks against Copts by Islamic extremists are on the rise since Morsi was ousted July 3. Copts, who make up about 9% of Egypt's population, have said they consistently have been targeted by Islamic ...
Egypt's Mansour Decrees Constitutional Rewrite
Egypt president names committee to amend Islamist-drafted constitution after coup
Egypt's interim president forms committee to amend constitution
Egypt 'deeply worried' by Nile water row with Ethiopia
"Egypt is deeply worried that Ethiopia has not yet reacted to the invitation Egypt's minister of water and irrigation made to conduct a meeting in Cairo on the consequences of the dam," a statement issued by the foreign ministry said. Egypt fears the ...
Egypt seeks assertive role, worries about Nile dam
Egypt 'deeply concerned' over Ethiopia's stance on Nile dispute: FM
Egypt Calls on Ethiopia to Seek Solution on Nile Water Sharing
Big winner in Egypt: flag salesmen
By Ziad Jaber, Producer, NBC News. CAIRO – Sayed Ibrahim Ali waved a large flag amid a crowd outside the Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque earlier this week. Supporters of former President Mohammed Morsi have been gathering outside the mosque for the ...
Many neighbors tire of pro-Morsi sit-in in Egypt
New York Times
Crowds March in Egypt to Protest Morsi Detention
New York Times
CAIRO — Thousands of people, demanding that ousted president Mohamed Morsi be returned to power, marched in several Egyptian cities on Friday, as the United Nations chief human rights official said she had pressed Egypt's new leaders to provide ...
Egypt to re-evaluate relations with Syria
... of President Mohamed Morsi. In his first public comments since becoming Egypt's top diplomat, Nabil Fahmy said on Saturday that the country continues to support the Syrian uprising but that Cairo has no intention of waging jihad, or holy war, in Syria.
After Morsi's ouster, Egypt's old guard is back — and Muslim Brotherhood is out
Telltale signs of the old guard are cropping up in Egypt's new cabinet, where Mubarak-era figures abound and Islamists are absent; in the halls of the nation's justice system, where prosecutors are investigating the nation's pre-coup leaders on charges ...
Egypt Revolutionary Socialist position on Egypt's recent coup
Christian Science Monitor
An article we ran on Egypt's love-in for the military yesterday stated that Egypt's Revolutionary Socialists had surprisingly supported the July 3 coup that deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. Hossam el-Hamalawy, a member of the group's politburo ...
Egypt's deadly political stalemate drags on
Late on Friday afternoonm Egypt's armed forces fired teargas at some of the pro-Morsi protestors who were heading towards the presidential palace on a road previously sealed off by the army. Following the teargas the crowd stopped moving forward, but ...
Jordan's King Abdullah meets Egypt's new leaders in first visit by a head of ...
CAIRO – Jordan's King Abdullah has met with Egypt's new leaders in the first visit by a head of state to Cairo since the popularly-backed military coup. A statement Saturday from Egypt's presidency said the king voiced his support for the "national ...