Amid post-coup clashes, Egypt's Islamists split
About an hour before clashes, Muslim Brotherhood supreme guide Mohammed Badie told his followers "May the Lord destroy" the secular opponents of the Islamist movement. A spokesman called for calm. Egypt. Supporters and opponents of Egypt's Islamist ...
Why Americans should care about Egypt
Morsi backers clash with opponents, security forces as Egypt violence escalates
Egypt launches crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood after Morsi's ouster
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Many US students in Egypt are leaving amid upheaval
Six University of Maryland-College Park students were scheduled to leave Egypt Friday for Morocco, said Ross Lewin, associate vice president for international affairs. Two of six Georgetown University graduate students were expected to fly out of the ...
UT students studying abroad in Egypt relocated
Israel Sees a Chance for More Reliable Ties With Egypt and a Weakening of ...
New York Times (blog)
JERUSALEM — After Mohamed Morsi, an Islamist, was elected president of Egypt a year ago, he refused any contact with Israelis, raising deep anxiety here and concern about the future of the Israel-Egypt peace treaty, a cornerstone of regional stability ...
Egypt army denies curfew in two North Sinai towns
Egypt's army declares state of emergency in Suez and South Sinai
Egypt's army denies report of state of emergency in S. Sinai, Suez
22 dead, hundreds wounded as post-coup violence erupts in Egypt
Cairo (CNN) -- Fighting erupted Friday across Egypt between supporters of Mohamed Morsy and their opponents, leaving nearly two dozen people dead and hundreds more injured while raising fears of widening violence after the military ousted the country's ...
FP Passport: Muslim Brotherhood Blasts Egypt's Protesters as 'Military ...
Obama meets with aides on Egypt
President Obama spent part of his July Fourth holiday meeting with aides about the crisis in Egypt. Obama and members of his national security team met in the White House Situation Room a day after the Egyptian military ousted President Mohammed Morsi, ...
Analysis: Cautious toward Middle East, Obama gets second chance in Egypt
US looks set to continue Egypt funding - for now
Barack Obama urges Egypt to swiftly restore civilian government
John Kerry on his boat during Egypt upheaval, State Dept. concedes
As regime change was unfolding in Egypt, Secretary of State John Kerry spent time on his boat Wednesday afternoon in Nantucket Sound, the State Department acknowledged to CBS News on Friday, after repeatedly denying that Kerry was aboard any boat.
Kerry was in Nantucket during Egypt coup
State Department: John Kerry Focused on Egypt Despite Visit to Yacht
Secretary of State's aides retract denial that he had been sailing
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's New President Sworn In, Ousted Leader Arrested
Wall Street Journal
Adly Mansour, Egypt's new interim president, swore the oath of office in front of Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court on Thursday morning, after a whirlwind coup, amid massive protests, that overturned an Islamist president who only days ago had ...
Egypt presents 'paradoxical situation'
The Egyptian military's overthrow of President Mohammed Morsi, albeit after a popular uprising, put President Obama in the awkward position of reacting with less than outrage over the ouster of Egypt's first democratically elected government. Instead ...
At least 30 killed in day of protests in Egypt
CAIRO — At least 30 people were killed Friday in Egypt as gunfire and running battles erupted in several cities during a day of protests called by Islamists angered by the military ouster of President Mohammed Morsi. At least 12 deaths were reported ...
Violence erupts in Egypt; at least 10 killed
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO – At least 10 people were killed in street battles and clashes with security forces as supporters of Egypt's deposed Islamist president rallied in Cairo and elsewhere Friday in the first major show of defiance against what they termed an illegal ...