Christian Science Monitor
Egypt's Brotherhood under legal threat as bomb hits central Cairo
CAIRO (Reuters) - A judicial panel set up by Egypt's military-backed government supported a legal challenge to the status of the Muslim Brotherhood on Monday, compounding a drive to crush the movement behind the elected president deposed by the army ...
Egypt press crackdown and propaganda
Egypt Judges Recommend Dissolving the Brotherhood
Reporters Without Borders Decries Deaths, Attacks On Journalists In Egypt
Egypt accused of jamming al-Jazeera
"There is a big campaign against us even in the Egyptian media," said Nassar. He said the broadcaster will appeal to the Egyptian authorities to stop blocking its TV feeds on Arabsat through the International Telecommunications Union but that usually ...
Egypt Deports Al-Jazeera English Language TV Crew
Three al-Jazeera journalists deported from Egypt
Egypt frees four-member Al Jazeera team
The Times of Israel
With the Muslim Brotherhood down in Egypt, Hamas in Gaza may be next
Egypt's military never liked Hamas. It saw the Palestinian movement that has run the Gaza Strip since 2007, close cousins to Egypt's own Muslim Brotherhood, as a beachhead in the Islamist project to take over all of the Middle East and North Africa ...
Egypt Destroys Homes for Possible Gaza Buffer Zone
As Egypt blocks access, Gazans turn to Israel for outlet
Reports: Egypt mulls Gaza buffer zone
Egypt's 'spying' stork and other incidents of animal espionage
A swan has been detained in Egypt on suspicion of being a spy. Except it looks – in pictures released by the Egyptian authorities, who kept referring to it as a "swan" – like a stork. Perhaps it was wearing a disguise. The bird, allegedly working for ...
Stork Held In Egypt On Suspicion Of Spying
Egypt Spy Bird: Authorities Detain Migratory Bird Citizen Deemed Suspicious
French 'spy swan' detained in Egypt after citizen's arrest is neither a spy ...
'Islamists can't be left out of Egypt's political process'
'Islamists can't be left out of Egypt's political process'. Get short URL. Published time: September 02, 2013 21:32. Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and Egypt's toppled president Mohamed Morsi (portrait) demonstrate in Cairo on August 30, 2013.
Egypt's Morsi to be tried for inciting violence
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's top prosecutor on Sunday referred ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi to trial on charges of inciting the killing of opponents protesting outside his palace while he was in office, the state news agency said. The military ...
Egypt to try ex-President Morsi
Egypt's state prosecutor says he has referred ousted President Mohammed Morsi for trial on charges of inciting the murder of protesters. The accusations relate to violence outside the presidential palace in Cairo last December when at least seven ...
Egypt to try former President Mohamed Morsy in protest deaths
(CNN) -- Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy will stand trial on charges of incitement to conduct murder and "thuggery" relating to clashes near the presidential palace in December, state-run MENA reported Sunday. The country's general prosecutor ...
Egypt sends Mursi to trial as new constitution advances
Nearly two months after the army deposed Mursi, the moves underscored Egypt's dramatic power shift as its new rulers tighten their grip and crack down on the Islamists who rose to power through the ballot box after Hosni Mubarak's downfall.
Egypt's Morsi to stand trial over violence
By Charlene Gubash, Producer, NBC News. Deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi will stand trial on charges of committing and inciting violence, a state prosecutor decided on Sunday. Egypt's Prosecutor General Hesham Barakat issued a statement ...