US Senator McCain, in Cairo, says Egypt near 'all-out bloodshed'
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Unrest in Egypt could turn into "all-out bloodshed" in coming days if efforts to find a political solution fail, U.S. Senator John McCain warned on Tuesday during a visit to Cairo. "Oh my God, I didn't know it was this bad. These ...
In Egypt, US Senators Label Morsi's Ousting a 'Coup' as Tension and Confusion ...
John McCain, Lindsey Graham arrive in Egypt
In Egypt visit, McCain and Graham urge reconciliation between military, Islamists
McCain visits Egypt, calls ouster of President Morsy a 'coup'
Cairo (CNN) -- U.S. Sen. John McCain says this summer's ouster of former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy was "a coup," a description that goes against the statements so far from the Obama administration. The White House has avoided using that term ...
Another night of unrest in Egypt: Protesters, security forces clash
McCain, Graham urge release of political prisoners in Egypt
After meeting with Egyptian leaders from across the political spectrum, Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., on Monday urged the military-backed government there to release political prisoners, begin the process of reconciliation and ...
Egypt army chief shows political agility in crisis
But his close relationship with Mohammad ElBaradei, vice president in the new, army-backed government, could be the one that shapes the outcome of the current standoff with the Muslim Brotherhood and Egypt's political future. "General Sisi is meeting ...
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Egypt claims jihadists fired US Hellfire missile at government office
Jihadists in Egypt's lawless Sinai Peninsula are using U.S. weapons to carry out attacks against the temporary government in the wake of the military's ouster of President Mohammed Morsi, according to the embattled nation's Interior Ministry. The ...
Egypt officer shot dead, 2 injured in Sinai
Egypt's army commemorates 16 soldiers killed in Sinai 2012
Bombs damage two shrines in Egypt's Sinai
US senators call for Egypt dialogue
Two US senators have met Egypt's army chief and urged the country's divided political factions to renounce violence and agree to a national dialogue. Lindsey Graham and John McCain, both Republican senators, travelled to Cairo at the request of US ...
Egypt's interim presidency denounces 'foreign pressure'
CAIRO – Amid a flurry of visits by American and other foreign dignitaries, Egypt's interim presidency denounced "foreign pressure" on Tuesday in a sign of its growing impatience with international efforts to resolve a standoff with supporters of the ...
Is the US winning hearts and minds in Egypt?
Cairo, Egypt - Anti-US sentiment is growing on both sides of Egypt's political divide. The pro-military camp accuses Washington of supporting deposed President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, while the Brotherhood rejects any kind of US ...
Egypt's Brotherhood rejects appeal to 'swallow reality'
But fears that he was trying to establish an Islamist autocracy, coupled with a failure to ease economic hardships afflicting most of Egypt's 84 million people, led to huge street demonstrations, triggering the army move. Speaking about the talks in ...
Apache Seeks Long-Term Extensions for Some Egypt Acreage
Egypt's military removed the country's president from power in July. Apache's operations in the western desert of Egypt haven't experienced production interruptions, according to today's filing, and the company has continued to see development lease ...