Divided Egypt prepares to release Mubarak from jail
Convening at the Cairo jail where Mubarak is held, the court ordered the release of the military man who ruled Egypt for 30 years with an iron fist until he was overthrown during the uprisings that swept the Arab world in early 2011. The prime minister ...
Egypt's former President Mubarak to be placed under house arrest after release
Egypt: Return to a generals' republic?
Egypt court orders release of former ruler Mubarak as crisis deepens
Untangling the fate of US aid to Egypt
The Obama administration is in the midst of a case-by-case review of aid programs for Egypt to determine whether any should be suspended in light of the actions of the military-backed government. So says the administration, which insists that the ...
Aid to Egypt: Follow the military hardware, not the money
What Would Happen If We Did Cut Off Aid to Egypt?
Obama's Egypt Policy Makes Perfect Sense - By Aaron David Miller
Voice of America
Smuggling from Egypt halted, Gazans turn to Israel
SHARE 29 CONNECT 26 TWEET 4 COMMENTEMAILMORE. Amid the ongoing turmoil whipping across Egypt, the plight of Gazans, 1.7 million residents of the 141-square-mile strip wedged between Israel and Egypt, has slipped from public consciousness.
Hamas calls on Egypt to reopen border crossing
Egypt's cruellest week
It was a wretched scene – but one that has become familiar in Egypt. Here was yet another symptom of the widespread hatred of the Muslim Brotherhood, which in the space of a year has gone from being Egypt's most powerful and most popular political ...
Egypt ex-president Hosni Mubarak must be freed, court rules, according to lawyer
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood appears at risk of falling apart
Egypt's security solution
EU denounces Egypt violence but will maintain aid programmes
In the short-term, Egypt is not short of cash, despite the collapse last April of an International Monetary Fund deal worth $4.8bn that would have unlocked $14.5bn in other funding from the World Bank, the African Development Bank, and other lending ...
EU restricts arms sales to Egypt
Europe shies away from cutting aid for Egypt
EU Foreign Ministers Move Carefully on Egypt Ties
Amid Unrest, Egypt's Christians Pay a Heavy Price
New York Times
A Coptic Christian walked out of the destroyed Church of the Virgin Mary in the village of Nazla, about 70 miles south of the capital, Cairo. After the military invaded two encampments in Cairo last week, killing hundreds of supporters of the deposed ...
Israel bolsters security along the Sinai Desert as Egypt roils
TEL AVIV – With Egypt still convulsing after the brutal crackdown on Islamist supporters of former President Mohamed Morsi last week, Israel has a wary eye on its neighbor and is quietly bolstering its own security. The soldiers who are now patrolling ...
Egypt's existential agony
Nautical line-jumping is not the basis on which U.S. policy with Egypt can or should be based. But it's not a trivial consideration. Even after most U.S. forces leave Afghanistan at the end of 2014, the Navy will need to patrol the Arabian Sea. Doing ...
Chaos in Egypt Spotlights Geopolitical Risk in the Fragile Energy Market
With Egypt, US must be cautious: Column
President Obama got it right last week when he spoke of our "partnership with Egypt, our national security interests in this pivotal part of the world and our belief that engagement can support a transition back to a democratically elected civilian ...
Israel Behind Egypt's Coup, Erdogan Says
New York Times (blog)
Last Updated, Wednesday, 2:55 p.m. | Citing evidence found on YouTube, Turkey's Islamist prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, claimed on Tuesday that Israel was behind the military takeover in Egypt last month. In remarks broadcast on Turkish ...
Erdogan blames Israel for Morsi's downfall, Egypt unrest
'Israel behind Egypt coup' – Turkish PM
Turkey's PM blames Israel for ouster of Morsi in Egypt