Egypt sees fresh anti-coup alliance protests
Thousands of people are taking part in anti-government protests across Egypt, days after activities by the Muslim Brotherhood were banned by a Cairo court. Friday's protests, called by the Anti-Coup alliance, saw thousands take to the streets in Cairo ...
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Egypt's Nour Party rejects move against religious parties
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's second biggest Islamist party, Nour, on Friday rejected proposed changes to the constitution that would outlaw parties founded on religious grounds, and called the move a "sword drawn" against Islamists. The proposal, made ...
Egypt statute panel differ on charter drafting
Nour Party 'strongly against' banning religious parties in constitution
Ma'an News Agency
Assailants Kill Police Officer in Egypt's Sinai
Unknown assailants killed an Egyptian police officer in the restive northern Sinai Peninsula on Friday, as hundreds took to the streets in scattered protests against the military's ousting of the former Islamist president. Militants have stepped up ...
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Egypt army targets armed groups, smugglers south of Rafah
Think Twice About Egypt
New York Times
To the Editor: Re “Egyptian Court Shuts Down the Muslim Brotherhood and Seizes Its Assets” (news article, Sept. 24): Decades after the fact, American citizens are still learning about the role our government played in the coups that toppled Mohammed ...
In Egypt, an anti-Brotherhood media crackdown
Columbia Journalism Review
CAIRO—The screens went black around 9pm. It was night of July 3, and Egypt's military chief, General Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, announced on state television that President Mohamed Morsi had been removed from power following huge protests. Then five ...
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Arizona Daily Wildcat
“You know you're not going to make much money,” said Penny Mazer, vice president for the Arizona Chapter of the American Research Center in Egypt. “You know you're probably going to end up as an academic, but it's worth it. If you really love it, then ...
Journalists In Egypt Face 'Unprecedented Pressures'
As the military-backed government in Cairo continues its offensive against the Muslim Brotherhood, there is also a widening crackdown on the media. Army officers now call the shorts at State TV, and independent journalists are under increasing pressure ...
Travel giant resumes tour bookings for Egypt's Red Sea resorts
Egypt's tourism revenues have been in a spin since the Arab Spring turned the country upside down. As tourism accounts for 11 percent of GDP the country desperately needs holidaymakers to return. Now the German arm of TUI, part of Europe's largest tour ...
Egypt shutters offices of Brotherhood newspaper
CAIRO — Egyptian security forces on Wednesday shuttered the office of the newspaper of the Muslim Brotherhood's political party and confiscated furniture and documents, journalists from the Freedom and Justice daily said. In a statement Wednesday, the ...
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Egypt receives $2 billion deposit from Kuwait
The deposit is part of $12 billion in aid that Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates promised Egypt after the military deposed Islamist president Mohamed Mursi on July 3. "Yes. The Kuwait $2 billion (has been) received," Hisham Ramez told ...
Egypt's finance minister faces huge challenges to boost economy