Los Angeles Times
Egypt's Crackdown Belies Constitution as It Nears Approval
New York Times
Rights groups said the juxtaposition underscored the persistent doubts about the government's pledges to steer Egypt toward a new era of freedom and democracy after the military's ouster last summer of the first fairly elected president, Mohamed Morsi ...
Egypt Official: Broad Support for New Constitution
Early tallies point to a big 'yes' vote on Egypt's constitution
Egypt's struggle to motivate the 'sofa party'
Three Al-Jazeera Egypt journalists 'facing charges'
Three al-Jazeera journalists are being detained in Egypt on suspicion of using unlicensed equipment, broadcasting false news and possessing fake footage, prosecutors say. Earlier reports suggested the men had been charged, but formal charges have not ...
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Oscar-nominated Egyptian documentary 'The Square' can't be seen in Egypt
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO -- An acclaimed documentary tracing the dramatic arc of Egypt's uprising against Hosni Mubarak and the tumultuous events that followed received an Oscar nomination on Thursday -- but most Egyptians haven't had the chance to see it. “The Square ...
The Egypt outside of "The Square"
Egypt Documentary 'The Square' Could Put Netflix in Winner's Circle at Oscars
'The Square' review: A look at revolution in Egypt
Al Jazeera Denies That Journalists Detained in Egypt Confessed to Terror ...
New York Times (blog)
Egyptian officials said on Thursday that journalists from the Al Jazeera English network detained on Dec. 29 had confessed to being members of the Muslim Brotherhood, which has been declared a terrorist organization by the military-backed government ...
Al-Jazeera journalists held in Egypt accused of harming national security
AP: Cameraman detained in Egypt
Egypt outlines allegations against Al-Jazeera journalists
Staying on side
The Economist (blog)
THREE hours' drive from the clamour and crush of Cairo, a quiet village has not been spared the political shockwaves emanating from Egypt's capital. With its residents politically polarised between a minority that supports the Muslim Brotherhood and a ...
Egypt, From Tahrir Square To Hard Reality
UK supports Egypt's elections in 2014
Washington Post (blog)
Why Egypt's new constitution may not turn out as badly as you think
Washington Post (blog)
Egypt's revolution is set for a new phase. The country's armed forces have taken their turn writing and winning support for a constitution entirely of their own making. On Jan. 14 and 15, Egyptians voted on a heavily revised version of the December ...
Army Chief Said to Be Focused on Egypt's Problems
Egypt's Missed Chance for Real Reform
Egypt Overwhelmingly Backs New Charter, Early Results Show
Mystery Pharaoh Found in Egypt
The skeleton of Woseribre Senebkay, who appears to be one of the earliest kings of a forgotten Abydos Dynasty (1650–1600 B.C.) was found by a University of Pennsylvania expedition working with Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities. It rested in a ...
Mystery pharaoh and his tomb identified in Egypt
Archaeologists in Egypt discover tomb of previously unknown pharaoh from ...
Valley of the other kings: Lost dynasty found in Egypt
Tunisia's success, Egypt's failure
Tunisia's success, Egypt's failure. Three years since the start of the Arab Spring, the constitutions of Tunisia and of Egypt are a study in contrasts. By Zvi Bar'el | Jan. 17, 2014 | 4:20 AM. Tweet. Egyptian women queue outside a polling center before ...
The Arab spring: made in Tunisia, broken in Egypt
The Times of Israel
Hamas condemns Egypt threats against its rule in Gaza
Sami Abu Zuhri, a Hamas spokesman in Gaza, said in a statement quoted by The Palestinian Information Center website, that the reported statements were “very serious” and represent the first official admission of Egyptian involvement in internal ...
Egypt Prepares for Confrontation With Hamas
Hamas: Egypt 'delusional' in thinking it can crush us
Exclusive: With Muslim Brotherhood crushed, Egypt sets sights on Hamas
Saudi King Sees Egypt Too Big to Fail Under Friendly General
The king, 89, insisted that Egypt was too important to be allowed to fail, according to two people familiar with the talks, who requested anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak to the media. Abdullah is already acting to make sure it doesn ...