Conflict in Egypt deepens, spreads
CAIRO — Egypt plunged further into civil conflict Friday after anti-government demonstrations led by the Muslim Brotherhood erupted in violence involving the security forces, protesters and armed civilians on both sides of the political divide ...
The Egypt semantics debate: Is it a coup? A civil war?
Deadly clashes erupt in Egypt as protesters defy military warning, curfew
Egypt may avoid civil war — but bloody conflict could continue for years
Obama condemns Egypt over violence, cancels joint military exercise
CAIRO – The death toll topped 600 Thursday in Egypt in the wake of a violent crackdown on supporters of deposed Islamist President Mohammed Morsi that has drawn widespread condemnation from world leaders, including a call from President Obama to ...
US security interests kept Obama from cutting aid to Egypt. What are they?
His Options Few, Obama Rebukes Egypt's Leaders
Freezing US aid to Egypt would not be easy or cost-free
Israel Keeps a Wary Eye on Turmoil in Egypt
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... and the crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, which has always been hostile to Israel. But now the mass killings have left Israel in the uncomfortable position of being a spectator to the crisis unfolding in Egypt, though one with a huge stake in ...
Reactions to Developments in Egypt
Reactions on Friday around the world to developments in Egypt following clashes in which hundreds of people were killed and thousands injured: EUROPEAN UNION. European leaders spoke Friday about the need for a coordinated EU response to the ...
France fears extremists will benefit from Egypt violence
Leaders call on EU to condemn Egypt violence, review ties
France, Germany, Britain summon Egypt ambassadors over bloody crackdown
Egyptian protesters take to streets, vowing 'Friday of anger'
Cairo (CNN) -- Protesters filed into the streets of Cairo after Friday's afternoon prayers as defiant supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsy promised a "Friday of anger." Security forces fired tear gas at a mass of people on a major bridge ...
Friday protests in Egypt cause over 60 more deaths
As the dust from Friday's violence cleared, the Muslim Brotherhood called for a week of more protests. They will march from the same locations across Egypt until they break the coup that ousted Brotherhood leader and Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi.
A day of 'rage' in Egypt
Fierce clashes erupted across Egypt on Friday as thousands of supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi took to the streets in the aftermath of government raids on pro-Morsi protest camps that left hundreds dead. 1 / 42. Rate this Photo: 1 2 3 4 5.
In Egypt: 'Day Of Rage' Adds To Body Count
(We updated the top of this post at 4:50 p.m. ET. For other updates, click here.) With the Muslim Brotherhood marching in Cairo and other Egyptian cities in a "day of rage" over the deadly crackdown on supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi ...
Taliban issues statement non-ironically condemning violence in Egypt
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, better known as the Taliban, has issued a statement decrying “with great regret” the ongoing bloodshed in Egypt. The statement laments the loss of life and “the ouster of constitutionally and nationally elected ...
Egypt bloodshed: Death toll rises to 327 after troops clear pro-Morsi camps
CAIRO – Egypt descended into a chaotic bloodbath – and another political crisis - Wednesday after security forces backed by bulldozers moved into opposition protest camps set up by supporters of ousted president Mohammed Morsi, sparking deadly ...