Search operations continue in Egypt town
... operation in Kerdasa [EPA]. Egyptian security forces have been searching for supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood after retaking control of a town near Cairo in a crackdown on supporters of the former leader's party.
Legitimacy for Egypt's military government - from an Islamist source?
Egypt returns $2 billion to Qatar in sign of growing tensions
Forces clash with Egypt militants on Cairo outskirts
Egypt: Frenchman dies in police custody amid rising tide of xenophobia
Elsewhere, two Syrian refugees were killed by Egyptian coastguards while trying to flee the country by boat, while a Swiss national has been arrested on suspicion of espionage after being caught in possession of a toy plane. Frenchman Eric Lang, 49, ...
Canadians held in Egypt go on hunger strike to protest detention
Canadians detained in Egypt go on hunger strike as PM pressed to intervene
Egypt should free two Canadians held without charge: Editorial
Officials: US Moves to Keep Future Egypt Aid Money
The Obama administration moved Friday to ensure it doesn't lose more than $500 million in potential Egypt aid as it weighs suspending assistance after this summer's coup, U.S. officials and congressional aides said. In a notification to Congress, the ...
In Islamist Bastions of Egypt, the Army Treads Carefully, and Christians Do, Too
New York Times
DALGA, Egypt — A convoy of more than a dozen armored police and army vehicles arrived here just before dawn on Monday, rolling into the rural village that has witnessed the most horrific sectarian violence in Egypt since the military's ouster two ...
Egyptian authorities recapture Islamist-held town
Egypt arrests prominent Muslim Brotherhood spokesman
Egypt's ousted leader talks to family for 1st time
Foreign Policy (blog)
The Middle East Channel: Egypt's Daring Constitutional Gang of 50
Foreign Policy (blog)
There have been more stirring declarations of independence, but in Egypt's constricted political environment, this one was still bold. Article 18 of the bylaws of Egypt's "committee of 50" drafting constitutional amendments proudly proclaims that the ...
Egypt security forces storm pro-Morsi town
Egyptian security forces have fought gun battles in a town near Cairo after launching an operation targeting "terrorist elements". The clashes in the town of Kerdasah in Giza have left one senior police officer dead and nine others injured, while at ...
Egyptian police storm second Islamist stronghold
Situated on Cairo's western fringes, Kerdasa was one of several Egyptian towns overrun by Islamist hardliners on 14 August, as supporters of the ousted president Mohamed Morsi took revenge on police after the massacre by security forces of around 1,000 ...
Ghana announce date for Egypt play-off first leg
Ghana will host Egypt in the first leg of their 2014 World Cup play-off in Kumasi on 15 October. The match had been set for 13 October but Ghana moved it to give coach Kwesi Appiah the maximum time to prepare. Football's world governing body Fifa set a ...
Ghana-Egypt World Cup playoff delayed by 48 hours
Egypt Will Start Preparation for the Black Stars Game On 26th September
Ghana announces new date for Egypt clash
Egypt Arrests Brotherhood Figure Who Handled News Media
New York Times
CAIRO — Security forces on Tuesday arrested Gehad el-Haddad, a senior official of the Muslim Brotherhood who handled the group's communication with the foreign news media, security officials said. His arrest was part of a continuing roundup of ...
Patience counselled as pressure mounts for release of Canadians detained in ...
OTTAWA — Canadians are being asked not to judge Egypt too harshly over the continued detention of two Canadians without charge, even as calls mount for their release. Filmmaker John Greyson and doctor Tarek Loubani have been behind bars without ...
Canadians detained in Egypt are a test of Canadian muscle: Tim Harper
Gay Filmmaker Imprisoned In Egypt Begins Hunger Strike
Rob Ford pens letter for Canadians imprisoned in Egypt