Journalist, labor lawyer detained in Egypt
CAIRO (AP) — The detentions of an Egyptian labor lawyer and a journalist raised concerns among rights activists Friday that the military-backed government's crackdown on Islamists is sweeping with it other critics of its policies. Authorities have ...
Clashes flare at pro-Mursi marches across Egypt, two dead
Egypt interim president defends military coup
'No decision' in Egypt on dissolving Muslim Brotherhood
Islamist takeover of town in Egypt leaves Christians in fear
DALGA, Egypt – The Coptic Orthodox priest would only talk to his visitor after hiding from the watchful eyes of the bearded Muslim outside, who sported a pistol bulging from under his robe. So Father Yoannis moved behind a wall in the charred skeleton ...
Dalga, Egypt Torched By Muslims, Christians Threatened With Death
In south Egypt, Islamists terrorize Christians in small town
Burnt Orphanage Bares Scars of Rising Religious Tension in Egypt
Syria, Egypt turmoil nudges Israel, Palestinians toward peace
VILNIUS (Reuters) - Turmoil in Syria and Egypt is nudging Israelis and Palestinians toward peace, a U.S. official said on Friday as Secretary of State John Kerry flew to Europe for talks about that conflict and a possible U.S. strike on Syrian targets ...
US official: Syria, Egypt turmoil improves chances of success in peace talks
In Egypt, US oil company Apache cuts its stake as private investment dwindles
Since sinking its first oil well in Egypt's Western Desert in 1994, Houston's Apache Corp. has locked up exploration rights for nearly 10 million acres and become the largest U.S. investor in the country — a corporate symbol of America's stake in ...
New Yorker (blog)
Where Egypt's Revolutionaries Are
New Yorker (blog)
Saturday morning, the Egyptian activist and artist Aalam Wassef slept in. He had been up late working on a new video—part of a series skewering Egyptian politics—but couldn't figure out the ending. The short uses stop-motion to portray a standoff ...
Anti-military protesters rally in Egypt
At least three people have been killed as thousands of people took to the streets in several cities across Egypt to protest against military rule. The main rallies took place after weekly Friday prayers in the capital, Cairo, while other protests broke ...
Clashes Leave One Person Killed in Damietta
New York Times
British Teenager Describes Egypt Bomb Terror
The teenager, who lived in London before moving to Egypt, told The Daily Telegraph: "I was walking with my friend and at the end of the street we heard the sound of an explosion. "I just hit the floor. People were screaming everywhere. It was very scary.
Egypt's Interior Minister Survives Assassination Attempt
Cairo Bomb Blast Can't Dent Rise of Egypt's Dictatorship-Era Security State
Egypt's interior minister survives blast; 22 people reported injured
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 and then deposed 13 ...
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.
APNewsBreak: Obama Weighs Egypt Aid Suspension
Suspend aid to Egypt, national security team tells Obama
Obama to decide on suspending aid to Egypt after Syria vote
Egypt interior minister Mohammed Ibrahim survives apparent assassination ...
CAIRO Egypt's interior minister narrowly escaped an assassination attempt Thursday when a suspected car bomb tore through his convoy, wounding 22 people and leaving a major Cairo boulevard strewn with debris -- the first such attack since the military ...