Wall Street Journal
Morsy aides ordered held in Egypt
(CNN) -- Egypt's military-backed government ordered two top aides to ousted President Mohamed Morsy held for another 15 days and set trial dates for top Muslim Brotherhood leaders who face murder charges, state news outlets reported Sunday.
Egypt Warns on Standoff Over Sit-Ins
Egypt military says clock is ticking for Morsi supporters
Egypt news agency confirms envoys met Shater
Former Envoy to Syria Said to Be Choice for Cairo Post
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Secretary of State John Kerry has recommended that Robert S. Ford serve as the next American ambassador to Egypt, American officials said Sunday, a critical role at a time of rising turmoil and anti-Americanism in the traditional Arab ally.
Former US ambassador to Syria considered for Egypt: sources
Kerry recommends former envoy to Syria for Egypt post
Egypt mediation gathers pace but Brotherhood leaders face trial
Mursi became Egypt's first freely-elected leader in June 2012. But fears that he was tightening an Islamist grip on the country and his failure to ease the economic hardships afflicting most of its 84 million people led to huge street demonstrations ...
Egypt blocks Yemeni Nobel Peace laureate at airport
The decision to bar Karman suggests that authorities wanted to deny the pro-Morsi camp the publicity she would have generated, particularly the evidence that prominent figures outside Egypt oppose Morsi's ouster. His supporters strongly condemned the ...
Nobel winner Tawakul Karman of Yemen denied entry to Egypt
Egypt denies entry to Yemeni Nobel laureate
Egypt denies entry to Nobel Peace winner Tawakul Karman
Bombs damage two shrines in Egypt's Sinai
ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) - Two Islamic shrines were damaged by bomb attacks in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Sunday, the state news agency said, in a region where Islamist militants have stepped up attacks against the state since the army deposed ...
One officer injured in Egypt Sinai attack
Muslim Brotherhood leaders to face trial in Egypt for inciting murder
CAIRO — The leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and his deputy will face trial in three weeks' time for crimes including incitement to murder during protests in the days before the overthrow of President Mohammed Morsi, a Cairo court announced on ...
Egypt sides far apart as pro-Morsi protesters buck calls to end sit-ins, US ...
CAIRO — Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi on Saturday defied calls to dismantle a bustling encampment in Cairo that they have occupied for a month, saying that if they are cleared out by force they will simply take their protests ...
Tomb Raiders Exploit Chaos in Egypt
Egypt's cultural heritage is in danger. Grave robbers, sometimes heavily armed, are taking advantage of political chaos to plunder its poorly guarded archaeological sites. Authorities feel powerless to stop them and fear that ancient treasures might be ...
Egyptian authorities say clock is ticking on talks to find peaceful end to pro ...
CAIRO — Egypt's highest security body warned Sunday that the clock is ticking for a peaceful end to the standoff over sit-ins by supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi, suggesting that authorities will break up the vigils unless mediation ...
Conciliatory tones in Egypt as envoys seek to avert bloodbath
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's army-backed rulers and allies of its deposed Islamist president gave the first signs on Saturday of a readiness to compromise, pressed by Western envoys trying to head off more bloodshed. Faced with the threat of a crackdown ...