New York Times
His Options Few, Obama Rebukes Egypt's Leaders
New York Times
CHILMARK, Mass. — President Obama announced Thursday that the United States had canceled longstanding joint military exercises with the Egyptian Army set for next month, using one of his few obvious forms of leverage to rebuke Egypt's military-backed ...
Obama cancels military exercises, condemns violence in Egypt
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Egypt authorizes use of live ammunition against pro-Morsi protesters
Washington Post (blog)
CAIRO — Egypt's military-backed government authorized security forces Thursday to fire live ammunition against opponents, underlining its determination to crush any lingering challenge posed by supporters of the country's ousted president following a ...
Egypt authorizes police use of deadly force after defiant Muslim Brotherhood ...
Death toll rises to 638 in Egypt; condemnation widens
Egypt defends protest response amid condemnation
Catholic News Agency
'Horrible': Christian churches throughout Egypt stormed, torched
Kafr Hakim, Egypt (CNN) -- For 67 years, the Virgin Mary Church has been a peaceful refuge for Shenouda El Sayeh, much like the Giza province village of Hafr Hakim where it rests and where he has lived all those years. But, as he swept its floors on ...
Cairo, Egypt, Protests: Christians Under Attack
Obama condemns Egypt over violence, cancels joint military exercise
CAIRO – President Barack Obama strongly condemned Egypt's interim government Thursday, saying the United States was canceling a planned joint military operation in protest over violent clashes that left at least 638 dead. Obama called on Egypt's ...
Obama cancels US-Egypt military exercises
President Obama has canceled U.S.-Egyptian military exercises and suggested that aid cuts could be coming if Egypt's military government does not stop its bloody crackdown on protesters and move quickly to new elections. He told reporters Thursday that ...
Egypt Travel Warning: State Department Warns Americans To Leave
The State Department travel warning was issued one day after a brutal crackdown on street protests in Cairo ordered by Egypt's military-backed government left more than 500 people dead. Copyright (2013) AFP. All rights reserved. Also on HuffPost ...
Protesters storm Cairo building after bloodbath, US to review Egypt aid
CAIRO (Reuters) - Supporters of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood stormed and torched a government building in Cairo on Thursday, while families tried to identify hundreds of mutilated bodies piled in a Cairo mosque a day after they were shot dead by the ...
New York Daily News
Death toll in Egypt hits 525 as government declares state of emergency
New York Daily News
Egypt's military-backed leader declared a state of emergency Wednesday after at least 525 people were killed in bloody clashes between security forces and supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi. The worst of the chaos was in Cairo, ...
US has few short-term plays to make on Egypt
President Barack Obama on Thursday criticized Egypt's interim government for violence that's killed hundreds and wounded thousands, announcing the U.S. would not participate in the regular Bright Star military exercise that was scheduled for next month.
Obama Cancels US-Egypt Military Exercises but Not Foreign Aid
In a widely expected move, President Obama today canceled next month's joint U.S.-Egyptian military exercises, saying "our traditional cooperation cannot continue as usual when civilians are being killed in the streets and rights are being rolled back.".