Appointment of 19 Generals as Provincial Governors Raises Fears in Egypt
New York Times (blog)
CAIRO — Egypt's new military-appointed government on Tuesday named a roster of generals as provincial governors, raising fears of a return to the authoritarianism of former President Hosni Mubarak.
Pro-Mursi protester shot dead as Egypt standoff intensifies
Egypt's 'special responsibility' to end the stalemate
One killed at pro-Morsi march in Egypt
Christian Science Monitor
Sinai 'drone strike' highlights Israel-Egypt operations
Israel's alleged blowing up of a team of terrorists in Egypt with a missile fired from a drone indicates a new level of cooperation between the two countries' militaries since the ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood government. Middle East analysts warn ...
Israeli army shoots down rocket near Egypt border, Qaida-linked group claims ...
Israel's Iron Dome destroys rocket fired from Egypt's Sinai
Israel Intercepts Missile Fired from Egypt
Egypt's New Leaders Name New Provincial Chiefs
Egypt's interim president swore in 20 new provincial governors on Tuesday, a move that reinforces the new leadership's authority and removes all Muslim Brotherhood members previously installed in the posts by Mohammed Morsi before his ouster as ...
Clashes erupt in Egypt after security forces postpone plan to disperse protest ...
Clashes erupted in Cairo a day after Egypt's security forces backed away from a plan to disperse protest camps, as residents pelted Morsi supporters with rocks and bottles as they marched toward a government building. Police also fired tear gas at the ...
Egypt clashes: Morsi supporters hit with rocks, tear gas
CAIRO, Egypt - Police fired tear gas at supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi who were marching on a government building in central Cairo Tuesday, security officials said. Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood and Morsi supporters took part in the ...
Egypt unrest: Clashes erupt in Cairo, police fire tear gas
Protests started soon after Egypt's military toppled Morsy in a coup last month. Hundreds have been killed and thousands have been injured in recent weeks, either in clashes between opposing protesters or in clashes between protesters and Egyptian ...
What's the matter with Egypt's liberals?
Washington Post (blog)
The narrative arc of Egypt's liberal movement, just two years ago a remarkable story of overcoming impossible odds and helping to oust President Hosni Mubarak, has since taken a turn toward tragedy of its most classical form. The hows and whys are ...
Egypt's coup sounds death knell for Arab spring, says Nobel laureate
The removal of Morsi, Egypt's first freely elected leader, on 3 July "reset the clock" on the gains made since a popular uprising ended 30 years of Hosni Mubarak's one-man rule in 2011, she said on Monday. "The first emerging democracy in Egypt's ...
Egypt police break up pro-Mohammed Morsi march in Cairo
Egyptian police have fired tear gas to disperse crowds of supporters of detained ex-leader Mohammed Morsi during a march in central Cairo. Morsi supporters went to a government compound to protest at the appointment of army officers as local governors.
Egypt: Islamist protesters, police clash in Cairo
A Bahraini anti-government protester wearing a national flag watches for riot police as tires burn on a street in the western village of Malkiya, Bahrain, on Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013. Inspired by the movement behind Egypt's military coup, pro-democracy ...