New York Times (blog)
Egypt arrests Brotherhood spiritual leader; Mubarak could be released
CAIRO — Security forces arrested the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood on Monday night, in an escalating showdown with the influential Islamist movement that has led to the ouster of Egypt's first democratically elected president and some of ...
Egypt Lashes Out at Foreign News Media's Coverage
Egypt on edge amid questions about US aid
US questions Egypt prisoner deaths, Mubarak may be freed
European Union Sets Emergency Session on Suspending Aid to Egypt
New York Times (blog)
LONDON — European Union foreign ministers will meet in an emergency session on Wednesday to discuss suspending aid to Egypt, but the continuing military crackdown there has been a devastating blow to European efforts to negotiate a political solution ...
Egypt condemns European Union threats to halt aid as death toll rises
EU to 'urgently review' relations with Egypt, says killings of hundreds cannot ...
After more than 900 deaths in Egypt, EU weighs cutting aid
Ex-Egypt leader Mubarak ordered released over corruption case
CAIRO - A court has ordered the release of Egypt's imprisoned ex-president Hosni Mubarak after prosecutors cleared him in a corruption case, but it remained unclear if or when the deposed leader would be set free. The former authoritarian leader, who ...
Egypt's ex-president Mubarak may be freed soon
Lawyers Seek Freedom for Egypt's Mubarak
Egyptian Court Is Said to Order That Mubarak Be Released
Wall Street Journal
US Military Aid to Egypt: An IV Drip, With Side Effects
U.S. military dollars grease the Pentagon's own military operations: U.S. warplanes can fly through Egyptian air space (as some 2,000 did last year), and U.S. warships can move to the head of the line to transit Egypt's Suez Canal, something it does 40 ...
Allies Thwart America in Egypt
Israel walks fine line on Egypt turmoil
US faces dilemma over aid to Egypt amid deadly violence
Egypt in turmoil: What the chaos means for the US
Egypt was seen less than three years ago as a potential wellspring of long-awaited Arab democracy. Now it appears to be falling apart. Almost 1,000 people have been killed since last week in clashes between security forces, backed by the ruling ...
Egypt bloodletting rages with Islamic militants killing 25 police in Sinai ...
Amid the security turmoil, the longtime ruler of Egypt who was ousted by 2011's Arab Spring-inspired uprising, Hosni Mubarak, was acquitted on corruption charges, although he is still facing charges of being complicit in the deaths of hundreds of ...
Sinai attacks: Dark omen for Egypt?
Egypt: police officers killed by militants in Sinai, say officials
Egypt soldiers killed in Sinai ambush
McCain: US has 'no credibility' in Egypt
The Arizona Republican added the U.S. has lost its credibility in the region after failing to follow its own law that requires suspending aid to states overtaken by a military coup–though the U.S. has not officially described the recent regime change ...
The US Defense Contractors That Benefit From Aid To Egypt
For decades, Egypt has been one of the largest recipients of U.S. foreign military aid, receiving everything from F-16s to tear gas grenades. So who are the companies reaping the benefits? Listed below are the 10 biggest U.S. defense contracts ...
Egypt's military chief wants Islamists in government
Soldiers Storm a Mosque in Cairo, as Egyptian Leaders Struggle for Order
Key events in Egypt's uprising and unrest
Top lawmakers question continued aid to Egypt
Two lawmakers who serve on the Senate Armed Services Committee said Sunday that the United States should reconsider its aid to Egypt in the wake of bloody clashes between that country's interim government and supporters of ousted president ...
Is Egypt doomed to civil war or breakdown?
Cairo – The crisis currently hitting Egypt is an open wound evident even to those who do not follow the political fight between an interim government struggling for control and the supporters of a deposed president refusing to admit defeat. It's seen ...