New York Times (blog)
White House: no immediate cut in US aid to Egypt
Washington (CNN) -- When is a coup not a coup? According to White House spokesman Jay Carney, when it is an "incredibly complex and difficult situation" involving key Middle East player Egypt that requires more time to figure out what response would be ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood calls for 'uprising' after troops shoot protesters
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Army Kills 51, Deepening Crisis in Egypt
Obama team: We're not taking sides in Egypt
WASHINGTON -- The White House says it's not taking sides in Egypt, unless you count the Egyptian people as a whole. At a National Security Council meeting on Saturday, President Obama "reiterated that the United States is not aligned with, and does not ...
Iran denounces Egypt's military coup
Los Angeles Times
Iran has called for reinstatement of the democratically elected Morsi and said that elections, not “the streets,” should determine who is Egypt's leader — an indication that Tehran sees an Islamist government, however flawed, as its best hope for an ...
Iran says overthrow of Egypt president improper
Iran says Egypt army intervention 'unacceptable'
White House wants US aid to Egypt to keep flowing -- for now
The White House said Monday that U.S. aid to Egypt should keep flowing for now, rebuffing a call by at least one prominent senator to cut off the assistance in the wake of Mohammed Morsi's ouster. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, saying ...
Cautious lawmakers ponder suspending aid to Egypt
Senior members of Congress from both parties called for the Egyptian military, which acted this week to topple Morsi's Islamist government, to act quickly to restore democracy and civil rights, and to hold new elections as soon as possible. But no ...
Morsi supporters, opponents hold dual protests in Egypt
On Wednesday, Egypt's army chief Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi announced the nation would embark on a new transition with a plan that suspended the nation's constitution, dissolved the elected legislature and called for fresh presidential and parliamentary ...
The Real Coup: Egypt's ElBaradei Named Interim Prime Minister
Egypt crisis: What next for the Muslim Brotherhood?
Rivals Rally In Cairo As Egypt Uncertainty Continues
At least 51 killed in Egypt as Islamists urge defiance
Key donor the United States, still refraining from calling the military intervention a "coup" - a label that would trigger legal obstacles to continuing aid payments - called on Egypt's army to exercise "maximum restraint" in dealing with protesters ...
Obama: US not backing any Egyptian party or group
Obama made those points during a telephone conference with the National Security Council about developments in Egypt, according to a statement issued by the White House. He was spending the weekend at Camp David, the presidential retreat in ...
What Egypt Means For Emerging Market Investors
Even though the big four emerging markets fell across the board on Monday, from Brazil to China, the Market Vectors Egypt (EGPT) exchange traded fund fell 6.85% due to political strife following the forced firing of President Mohamed Morsi. The MSCI EM ...
Obama's day: More Egypt
There are no public events on President Obama's schedule Monday -- at least none so far -- but Egypt will keep him and aides busy. Officials in Egypt are reporting more than 40 deaths at a protest of President Mohammed Morsi's removal last week ...