New York Times
Egypt's Interior Minister Survives Assassination Attempt
New York Times
CAIRO — A powerful bomb blasted through a convoy of cars carrying the interior minister along a residential street on Thursday, raising fears of a widely predicted turn toward terrorist violence by opponents of the military ouster of President Mohamed ...
Egypt's interior minister survives blast; 22 people reported injured
Cairo Bomb Blast Can't Dent Rise of Egypt's Dictatorship-Era Security State
Blast in Egypt injures more than 20; interior minister survives
Voice of America
US loses focus on Egypt
THE DEBATE over Syria has obscured another critical decision about Middle East policy that President Obama and Congress must soon make: whether to sustain aid to the military-backed government that has been consolidating power in Egypt.
Suspend aid to Egypt, national security team tells Obama
Does the US Have Leverage Over Egypt's Military?
APNewsBreak: Obama Weighs Egypt Aid Suspension
Egypt interim president defends military coup
Egypt's interim president has defended the military's removal of former President Mohamed Morsi and said his government's top priority is to restore security. In his first interview since he took office, Adly Mansour on Wednesday said that Egypt was ...
In Egypt, growing fears military faces armed insurgency
Egypt rethinking who its 'real friends' are, Interim President Adly Mansour says
The state of Egypt
Egypt's Turmoil Batters Turkey's Exports
Turkey sells one-fifth of its exports to customers in the Middle East, and its reliance on that market has tripled in the past decade. Now the civil war in Syria and strife in Egypt are putting that growth in jeopardy. Turkish trucks used to reach the ...
New Yorker (blog)
The Battle of the Archives: What Egypt's Intellectuals Lost
New Yorker (blog)
It was mostly coincidence that drew Khaled Fahmy into the fight over the Ministry of Culture. It was early June, less than a month before a mass protest movement, and then a military coup, would force the Muslim Brotherhood and its President, Mohamed ...
New timeline for origin of ancient Egypt
A team from the UK found that the transformation from a land of disparate farmers into a state ruled by a king was more rapid than previously thought. Using radiocarbon dating and computer models, they believe the civilisation's first ruler - King Aha ...
Who ruled ancient Egypt and when: The most precise timeline yet
Carbon dating shows ancient Egypt's rapid expansion
Researchers Calculate Timeline For Origin Of Ancient Egypt's Dynasties
Egypt: The unfolding crisis
In this documentary, we analyse the two-and-a-half year story of the events that led to the ousting of a president after 30 years of autocratic rule, the first free and fair elections in Egypt's history, a new president elected, but deposed 13 months ...
Egypt's Minister Mohammed Ibrahim survives bomb attack
Egypt's Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim has survived a bomb attack that targeted his convoy in Cairo. Hours later, he appeared on state TV unharmed to denounce the attack as a "cowardly assassination bid". Security officials said the blast near Mr ...
Pentagon official: Halt of aid to Egypt would cost US billions
The US government faces billions of dollars in potential costs if it decides to cancel foreign military aid to Egypt, a senior Pentagon official told Reuters on Wednesday. Richard Genaille, deputy director of the Pentagon's Defense Security Cooperation ...
Assassination attempt on Egypt minister is just 'the beginning' of more attacks
A wave of terrorist attacks by opponents of the military-installed interim government is just beginning, Egypt's interior minister said Thursday after he survived an assassination attempt when a car bomb blew up his convoy in Cairo. Mohamed Ibrahim had ...