New York Times (blog)
Egypt Military Flexes Muscle Against Morsi Amid Rallies
New York Times (blog)
CAIRO — The Egyptian military stepped up its campaign against the Muslim Brotherhood on Friday, as officials announced the possibility of serious criminal charges carrying the death penalty against the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, and hopes faded ...
Large, rival rallies in Egypt after judge orders deposed president jailed
Violence deepens Egypt turmoil, deposed leader probed for murder
Millions rally in Egypt, responding to army call
Aid to Egypt Can Keep Flowing, Despite Overthrow, White House Decides
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has concluded it is not legally required to determine whether the Egyptian military engineered a coup d'état in ousting President Mohamed Morsi, a senior administration official said Thursday, a finding that will ...
Egypt: Coup or not a coup?
In debate over military aid to Egypt, contractual issues loom large for US
Cutting Military Aid to Egypt Puts the US in a Box
Egypt accuses ousted president Morsi of conspiring with Hamas as tensions rise
CAIRO Prosecutors opened an investigation of ousted President Mohammed Morsi on charges including murder and conspiracy with the Palestinian militant group Hamas, fueling tensions amid a showdown in the streets, as tens of thousands of backers of ...
US doesn't plan to make decision on Egypt coup: official
The U.S. government will not determine formally whether Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi was removed from power in a coup on July 3 because "it is not in our national interest to make such a determination," a senior administration official said ...
Rival protesters take to Egypt's streets after Morsi charged
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO -- Egypt's political divisions seethed Friday as rival rallies between opponents and supporters of deposed president Mohamed Morsi surged through cities, and the army increased pressure on Islamists to abandon a month-long sit-in outside a Cairo ...
Thousands rally in dueling protests in Egypt
The Egyptian health ministry also reported six people injured in clashes in Damietta, in the Nile Delta. Health officials say 15 were hurt in the northern city of Alexandria, where rival protesters fought outside of Qaid Ibrahim mosque, a common ...
UN decries growing 'anti-Syrian' hostility in Egypt
The climate of hostility has increased since the Egyptian army seized power this month, human rights groups say. More than 90,000 Syrians are believed to have come to Egypt to escape the civil war, now in its third year. U.N. High Commissioner for ...
UN alarm at anti-Syrian hostility in Egypt
UNHCR concerned at arbitrary detention of Syrian refugees in Egypt
Egypt's Perfect Storm - By Sophia Jones
Foreign Policy (blog)
In Sisi's televised address on Wednesday, July 24, following another deadly bombing that targeted police, the general who orchestrated the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsy urged the Egyptian masses to "prove their will" and give security forces a ...
FJP, Hamas slam decision to detain Morsy
Egypt: General Sisi Seeks Popular Mandate to Suppress
UPDATE 3-BG flags Egypt investment concerns
By Andrew Callus. LONDON, July 26 (Reuters) - International gas and oil producer BG Group Plc said civil unrest and leadership change in Egypt had led it to review further investments in the country, as it reported a 3 percent fall in second quarter ...
BG Profit Declines 3% on Lower Output From Kazakhstan, Egypt
BG concerns rise due to Egypt unrest
BG flags Egypt concerns as profit slips
Rival rallies loom in Egypt amid fears of bloodshed
CAIRO - A deeply polarized Egypt braced for bloodshed on Friday in rival mass rallies summoned by the army that ousted the state's first freely elected president and by the Islamists who back him. Both sides warned of a decisive struggle for the future ...