Egypt begins work on amending constitution
SHARECONNECT 30 TWEETCOMMENTEMAILMORE. CAIRO (AP) — The panel tasked with amending Egypt's constitution following the army's ouster of President Mohammed Morsi began its work Sunday as the military-backed interim leadership forged ...
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Halting Egypt's wheat imports was Mursi's biggest mistake: minister
CAIRO (Reuters) - The biggest mistake deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi made was stopping wheat imports, Egypt's new minister of supplies said, pledging to ensure that supplies of a strategic good like wheat do not reach the critically low ...
New supply minister resumes wheat imports
Islamic extremists reportedly attacking Egypt's Christian community over Morsi ...
The Muslim Brotherhood reportedly is attempting to blame Egypt's Coptic Christian community for the recent ousting of President Mohammed Morsi and even resorting to violent tactics in an effort to gain back power. Reports have surfaced out of Egypt ...
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's Coup Sparks Rising Chaos in Sinai
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's Sinai Peninsula has long been violent and had spotty law enforcement. But the past two weeks stand out: At least 12 Egyptian soldiers have died in dozens of attacks, including one on Sunday night in Al Arish. Militants hit a pipeline carrying ...
Six killed in militant attacks in Egypt's Sinai
Egypt militant attacks kill 5 in main northern Sinai city
'Egypt's army ready to launch Sinai operation'
Egypt's politics creep into beloved Ramadan soap operas
Los Angeles Times
For many, these gripping, sappy 30-part melodramas are among the most anticipated traditions of Ramadan, a Muslim holiday marked by dawn-to-dusk fasting, followed by family feasts and all-night celebrations. Each year, TV producers in Egypt and Syria ...
Hamas appeals to Egypt military over tunnels
... rather than their old foe Israel. In recent weeks the Egyptian army has destroyed many of the smuggling tunnels that ran under the Egypt-Gaza border and which had provided the cramped coastal enclave with commercial goods as well as weaponry.
Egypt army steps up attacks on Gaza tunnels after Morsi ouster
Hamas: Egypt Hurting Our Income by Closing Smuggling Tunnels
Gaza factions call for non-interference in Egypt affairs
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.
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 ...
Egypt: Graffiti tells story of political turmoil
The political turmoil in Egypt has seen the overthrow of two presidents, as well as conflict and mass demonstrations on the streets. The struggles are reflected in an explosion of graffiti on the walls of Cairo as people use their new-found freedoms to ...
Egypt Constitution Committee Meets Amid Protests, Sinai Violence
A panel charged with amending Egypt's constitution met for the first time yesterday, starting a process meant to culminate in parliamentary and presidential polls amid protests by backers of deposed leader Mohamed Mursi. The 10-member committee of ...