US-Egypt relations 'unsettled,' Cairo foreign minister says
By Amir Bibawy, The Associated Press. Egypt's relations with the United States are "unsettled" as the country struggles to redefine its national interests vis-à-vis other countries, the foreign minister said. The U.S. was a close ally of Hosni Mubarak ...
Muslim Brotherhood down, not out, in Egypt
Egypt shutters offices of Brotherhood newspaper
Has Egypt brought the Muslim Brotherhood to its knees?
Egypt Turmoil: Holiday Demand Slumps
In trading updates released on Thursday, Thomas Cook said the turmoil - which flared in Egypt after the coup which removed President Mohamed Morsi from power - has hit recent bookings while rival TUI Travel said it had slashed flights to the popular ...
Egypt turmoil hits tour operators
Holiday firms hit by the turmoil in Egypt
Tui Travel upbeat despite Egypt unrest
Major League Soccer
World Cup: Bob Bradley's Egypt to play 2nd leg of playoff vs. Ghana in front ...
Major League Soccer
The Pharaohs will play in Cairo for the first time in two years when they take on Ghana on Nov. 19 in the second leg of their World Cup playoff at 30 June Stadium, the Egyptian Football Association announced Wednesday. The EFA also said fans will be ...
Egypt reveal 2014 World Cup play-off venue
Egypt to hold World Cup playoff in Cairo
Egypt to hold World Cup playoff in Cairo; first game since the riot in Port ...
Egypt faces third revolution unless workers' demands are met, warns union
Egypt may eventually face its third revolution since 2011 if the country's new government does not meet the demands of its frustrated labour movement, a leading trade unionist has warned. Egypt's prime minister, Hazem el-Beblawi, recently proposed a ...
Egypt shuts down Brotherhood newspaper
Egyptian authorities have shut down the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice newspaper in Cairo. It is the latest move aimed at crushing the Islamist movement, the Brotherhood said on Wednesday. The move follow's Monday's ...
Egypt and the Middle East: Still major problems for Obama
CHARLOTTE , September 26, 2013 — Just because the Middle East is quieter these days doesn't mean the bonfire has been contained. Like so many reprocusions for Barack Obama's inability to make a decision, there are always delayed ramifications that ...
Egypt security forces continue raids
'No leniency' to anyone violating Egypt borders
Can Egypt Finally Get Out Of Their Energy Depths?
Ma'an News Agency
Egyptian army warns Hamas over Sinai border
CAIRO - Egypt has warned of a military response if Hamas or other Palestinian groups try to violate Egyptian security, increasing tension over what Cairo says is support from Gaza for Islamist militants operating in the Sinai Peninsula. Egypt's army ...
Egypt warns Hamas of 'harsh' response if security threatened
Hamas, choked by blockade, seeks to avoid Egypt clash
Egypt's FM: Ties with US 'shaken'
New York Times (blog)
Egyptian Court Shuts Down the Muslim Brotherhood and Seizes Its Assets
New York Times (blog)
CAIRO — An Egyptian court on Monday issued an injunction dissolving the Muslim Brotherhood and confiscating its assets, escalating a broad crackdown on the group less than three months since the military ousted its ally, President Mohamed Morsi.
Egypt Bans Muslim Brotherhood
Banning the Muslim Brotherhood will worsen Egypt's divisions
Egypt bans Muslim Brotherhood activities, seizes assets
American-made weapons feed chaos in Egypt
National Catholic Reporter
As in El Salvador, Nicaragua, East Timor, Angola, Lebanon and Gaza in previous years, the killing of civilians in Egypt has been made possible by U.S.-provided weapons used by a U.S.-backed government. As a result, the Obama administration and ...
Once welcomed, Syrians in Egypt now face hostility
Twenty-six-year-old Egyptian Ayman el-Nasser works just around the corner from el-Shamy's sandwich shop. He says his perspective on Syrian refugees working in Egypt has changed. "The situation is different now. The Egyptian people don't get any benefit ...