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As Turmoil Persists, Mubarak Returns to Courtroom in Egypt
New York Times
CAIRO — Hosni Mubarak, the former president of Egypt, was back in court in Cairo on Saturday, appearing healthy, and grinning and waving as his trial resumed on charges related to the killings of about 900 protesters during the 2011 uprising that led ...
Egypt's Mubarak trials to continue into October
Retrial of Egypt's former ruler Hosni Mubarak postponed
Egypt's Mubarak Waves, Grins as His Trial Resumes
Is There a Future for Political Islam in Egypt?
It's a dangerous time in Egypt to be associated with the Muslim Brotherhood, as security forces continue their crackdown on pro-Morsi supporters. Margaret Warner reports from Cairo on their dispersed, toned-down protests, the struggle between religion ...
Egypt hit by pro and anti-Mohammed Morsi protests
Egypt arrests two Gaza fishermen: Hamas
Al-Jazeera takes legal action over treatment of its journalists in Egypt
Coptic Christians Eager to Start Lives in U.S., But Still Call Egypt 'Home'
St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church in Fairfax, Va., has 3,500 members and counting. Photos by Larisa Epatko. When Mary, a 29-year-old Coptic Christian from Minya, Egypt, landed seven months ago at Dulles Airport in Northern Virginia, many thoughts were ...
Egypt army in major push to eradicate Sinai militants
In recent days the Egyptian army has launched a major military campaign against militants in the northern Sinai Peninsula. Government spokesmen have said they intend to "fully cleanse" the area of militants, and military sources say 22,000 soldiers ...
Egypt detains Turkish citizen on charges of espionage: report
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has detained a Turkish citizen on suspicion of spying and collusion with the Muslim Brotherhood, the state news agency MENA said on Saturday. The arrest could be a new source of tension between Ankara and Cairo whose ...
UAE Leads Gulf Front Against Egypt's Islamists
Egypt arrests Turkish man on charges of spying
Saudis At Odds With US Over Egypt
Who Will Be Left in Egypt?
New York Times
Two years after thousands of Egyptian protesters risked their lives to bring down the dictator Hosni Mubarak, the military-controlled government in Cairo is expanding a repressive system that may ultimately be worse than the one Mr. Mubarak built and ...
Egypt pursues crackdown on Sinai militants as protests held
Islamist militant attacks have increased in the desert region adjoining Israel and the Gaza Strip and elsewhere in Egypt since the army ousted Islamist President Mohamed Mursi on July 3 following mass protests against his rule. Rocket and grenade ...
Soldiers killed in clashes in Egypt's Sinai
Attacks by armed groups have increased in Sinai and elsewhere in Egypt since the army ousted President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood on July 3 following mass protests against his rule. Rocket and grenade attacks on soldiers and policemen ...
Mother and daughter trapped in Egypt
Sydney Morning Herald
The romantic dinner at a resort on Egypt's north coast seemed a pleasant treat for Melbourne mum Jasmine*. A seafood meal at a restaurant on the Mediterranean would be an excellent opportunity to reconnect with Jamal*, her Egyptian-born husband, she ...
Anti-military protests continue in Egypt
One person has died and 12 others including four policemen were injured when gunshots were fired as clashes erupted during protests in the Egyptian port city of Alexandria. Eighteen anti-coup protesters were also arrested in Alexandria and a further 11 ...