Wall Street Journal
Clashes Quieted, Egypt Tries to Move Ahead Amid 'Imperfect' Political Situation
Street clashes have ebbed in Cairo, where authorities are getting on with the work of establishing a new constitution and repairing the battered national economy. What do secular Egyptians make of the current political situation? Margaret Warner gets ...
Egypt bans thousands of unlicensed preachers from giving sermons
Egypt Cracks Down on Radical Muslim Clerics
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood to Coptic Christians: Convert to Islam, or pay ...
Egypt's former chief-of-staff to be released after detention
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's prosecutor general approved the release of ousted President Mohamed Mursi's former chief of staff, who was detained last month over accusations of inciting the detention, torture and interrogation of protesters in 2012 ...
Egypt bans mosque preachers in crackdown on Islamists
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian authorities will bar 55,000 unlicensed clerics from preaching in mosques in the latest move against sympathizers of deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi, the minister of religious endowments said on Tuesday. Egyptian ...
Egypt announces full-scale assault on Sinai militants
Egypt military targets armed groups in Sinai
Egypt tightens Sinai security, assesses militant threat
Egypt maintain perfect World Cup qualifying run with 4-2 win
Egypt, the only team in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers to bag maximum points from their respective games, maintained their perfect run with a 4-2 victory over 10-man Guinea in their final Group G match on Tuesday. The Pharaohs trailed to an early goal ...
Aboutrika scores on 100th cap as Egypt beat Guinea
Egypt is perfect in World Cup qualifying under Coach Bob Bradley
Bradley's Egypt tops Guinea, finishes World Cup qualifying round with perfect mark
Wall Street Journal
Egypt Clamors for Military Leadership
Wall Street Journal
The development signals Egyptians' yearning for stability and order amid the chaos, violence and economic distress that has enveloped Egypt since protesters forced the country's last military-backed autocrat, Hosni Mubarak, to step down in 2011 ...
In Egypt, a Welcome for Syrian Refugees Turns Bitter
Egypt army keeps upper hand as country eyes transition
Syrian refugees find hostility in Egypt
Abou Trika stars for Egypt on his special day
JOHANNESBURG (AFP) – Egypt midfielder Mohamed Abou Trika celebrated his 100th cap by scoring one goal and creating three in a 4-2 World Cup qualifying win over 10-man Guinea on Tuesday. The result of the Group H dead rubber maintained the 100 ...
LIVE, 2nd half: Egypt 2-2 Guinea (World Cup qualifiers)
Egypt star Abou Trika reaches 100-cap mark
Milestone Treika inspires Egypt to win
Egypt shutting economic lifeline for Gaza Strip, in move to isolate Hamas
RAFAH, Gaza Strip — The Egyptian military has launched what appears to be a campaign to shut down, once and for all, the illegal but long-permitted tunnels that provide a vital economic lifeline to the Gaza Strip and supply tax revenue to the Islamist ...
Hamas struggles to stay afloat, beset by challenges from Egypt, Syria and Iran
Egypt seeks to shut economic pipeline to Gaza
Egypt Accuses Islamic Jihad Of Arms Smuggling in Sinai
Writers, filmmakers demand Egypt free detained Canadians
A group of Canadian writers and filmmakers is demanding the release of two Canadians detained in Egypt since Aug. 16. The artists, including filmmakers Atom Egoyan and Sarah Polley and writer Michael Ondaatje, issued their demand Tuesday at a news ...
In Toronto, Filmmakers Show Support for Canadians Detained in Egypt
TIFF stars, directors call for release of Canadians detained in Egypt
Hollywood to Egypt: Release Filmmaker John Greyson, Physician Tarek Loubani
Contrasting Reactions to Egypt, Syria
Israel's preferences – for Egypt's military regime and against Syria's authoritarian one – continue to shape U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. In Egypt, President Obama has accepted a coup that ousted an elected government, while in Syria, he ...
What has transpired in Egypt: peaceful demonstration or terror plot?
Kurdish Girls 'Sold' To Egypt By Saddam Hussein After Anfal Genocide ...
International Business Times
Dozens of young girls who were seized by Iraqi soldiers during Saddam Hussein's brutal campaign against the Kurds in his country have been found in Egypt, according to reports in Kurdish media.