In Egypt's Sinai, rising militancy threatens peacekeeping force
A dramatic rise in militancy and violence in the vast Sinai desert is increasingly threatening a peacekeeping force there that includes nearly 700 U.S. troops acting as guarantors of a peace treaty between Egypt and Israel, according to Western ...
Egypt police arrest Brotherhood members' relatives
CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian authorities detained more than 60 people associated with the Muslim Brotherhood in less than 24 hours, including relatives of the group's leaders, officials said Wednesday. The crackdown on the group, from which ousted President ...
Egypt PM rolls back on Muslim Brotherhood ban
Egypt backs away from plan to dissolve Muslim Brotherhood
Egypt backs off dissolving Muslim Brotherhood amid new calls for protests
How does Egypt crisis affect Gaza?
Yolande Knell reports on the impact the turmoil in Egypt has been having in the Gaza Strip. The Hamas leadership there is ideologically aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood, the movement to which former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi belongs.
Egypt Envoy to Palestine Accuses Hamas of Incitement
What Egypt Is Losing
What is happening in Egypt and what is being lost? Lives, above all else; hundreds of them—on the streets of Cairo mainly, but also outside the capital in towns and villages beyond the gaze of the global media. It feels remarkable to have to say this ...
Egypt's revolution must support Syria and Palestine
Egypt deports 10 Syrians for 'violating' residency terms
Egypt's Tourist Trade Tumbles
Egypt Cabinet Approves $3.2 Billion Economic Stimulus Plan
Voice of America
August 28, 2013. CAIRO — Egypt's cabinet on Wednesday approved an additional 22.3 billion Egyptian pounds ($3.2 billion) in spending on investment projects to boost the economy over the coming 10 months, Deputy Prime Minister Ziad Bahaa el-Din said.
Egypt approves $3.2bn stimulus plan
Egypt to launch economic stimulus plan
Egypt may get more aid from Gulf, debt official says
UK suspends Egypt military export licences
... London's Docklands next month. The UK has already taken action to restrict exports to Egypt, last month withdrawing five licences including for components for armoured fighting infantry vehicles, communication equipment for tanks and machine gun parts.
Britain suspends 49 export licenses to Egypt
UK blocks export of aircraft parts and communication equipment to Egypt
Spain suspends military export licenses to Egypt
Army rule divides Egypt's once-united worker heroes
EL-MAHALLA EL-KUBRA (Reuters) - The workers at the Misr Spinning and Weaving Company once locked arms long enough to wring pay rises out of the Egyptian state, and inspired the pro-democracy uprising of 2011 that toppled Hosni Mubarak.
Christian Science Monitor
Egypt and the limits of democracy
Los Angeles Times
The events in Egypt are causing a great deal of moral and intellectual confusion in Western circles, preoccupied as they are with the concept of democracy (after all, ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was elected). Populist sentimentality abounds.
Even if Egypt is a democracy in name only, US reluctantly preparing to accept ...
How US can use aid to nudge Egypt
Washington Post (blog)
Christians in Egypt in the crosshairs
Washington Post (blog)
What should Americans think about Egypt? We have been doling out aid to the Egyptian military since 1979. The cold peace between Sadat and Mubarak and the Israelis was a purchased peace. It cost us Americans dearly. But, as we have seen in this ...
Quiet pyramids, empty hotels: Egypt unrest takes a toll on tourism
Los Angeles Times
SHARM EL SHEIK, Egypt -- The deadly protests and political turbulence that have swept Egypt in recent months are keeping Western tourists away from the resorts, beaches and famous scuba diving waters across the southern Sinai Peninsula. "This summer ...
Egypt: tourism industry in deep decline
Egypt safe for travellers, says tourism minister