Trial of Muslim Brotherhood leader signals intensity of crackdown in Egypt
Badie, the Brotherhood's “supreme guide” and top spiritual figure, is now back in the courtroom, and Egyptian officials hope that his latest trial will play out differently — part of a final blow against the Brotherhood rather than just another ...
Muslim Brotherhood leaders, Mubarak face trial in Egypt
Muslim Brotherhood leaders, former president Mubarak face trial in Egypt
Egypt's 'trial of two regimes': Mubarak and Brotherhood in court over killings
5 Days After Closing Border, Egypt Opens Crossing to Gaza
New York Times (blog)
GAZA — Egypt reopened its borders with the Gaza Strip on Saturday five days after closing the crossing, which had prevented people from entering or leaving the Palestinian enclave and deepened its isolation from the rest of the world. World Twitter Logo.
Gaza in a state of shock after Egypt upheaval
Hamas denies setting up training camps with Egypt's Brotherhood in Gaza
Egypt reopens border crossing with Gaza Strip
Egypt Crisis Extends To The Indo-Pacific
The international community is keeping a watchful eye on the deteriorating situation in Egypt. The country is a powder keg and any hopes for a sustainable political resolution to the most recent crisis seem distant. While Egypt is still in ...
Other Nations Offer a Lesson to Egypt's Military Leaders
New York Times
Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood leader and freshly ousted president, languishes in one jail cell, while Hosni Mubarak, the despised autocrat who led Egypt for 30 years, has just been released from another. The turmoil highlights the central role ...
Egypt's Military-Backed Government Cracks Down on Syrian Refugees
Two months before, when Hamid's residency had expired, Mohamed Morsi was still in the presidency, and Hamid wasn't worried about being deported from Egypt, where he'd found a sanctuary from the war in his native Syria. But in the xenophobic ...
Britain must end arms sales to Egypt
We condemn the horrific violence and killing perpetrated by Egypt's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (Scaf). The massacre of hundreds of Egyptians by the army is clearly part of an attempt to destroy the Muslim Brotherhood as an effective political ...
Egypt Courts Hear Cases Against Mubarak, Islamists
Egyptian courts on Sunday heard separate court cases against former President Hosni Mubarak and top leaders of his archrival, the Muslim Brotherhood, both over allegations of killing protesters in separate instances. Egyptian media portrayed the ...
Egypt shortens curfew as unrest over coup wanes
CAIRO Egypt's government on Saturday shortened a widely-imposed evening curfew, signaling that authorities sense turmoil is waning after unrest following the president's ouster threatened to destabilize the country this month. The Cabinet's decision to ...
Egypt Military Crackdown Targets Friend And Foe Alike
CAIRO -- A week and a half before they put her under investigation for espionage, Egypt's military-backed government couldn't have asked for a better advocate than Esraa Abdel Fattah. Since the revolution that swept the dictator Hosni Mubarak from ...
Caf confirm Egypt will host two Champions League games
The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has confirmed that two key African Champions League matches, involving Egyptian sides Al Ahly and Zamalek, will go ahead in Egypt next weekend despite the continued civil unrest affecting the country. Holders ...
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