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At least four killed in clashes across Egypt
Attacks on policemen and soldiers in the peninsula, which shares borders with the Palestinian Gaza Strip and Israel, intensified after the army ousted Egypt's Islamist president Mohamed Mursi last July amid mass protests against his rule. PRESSURE.
Clashes During Referendum Protests in Egypt Kill 2
Protesters Killed in Clashes with Police in Egypt
What does Egypt's 'yes' vote in the constitutional referendum mean?
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 awaits results of constitution referendum
Egypt Official: Broad Support for New Constitution
Early tallies point to a big 'yes' vote on Egypt's constitution
San Francisco Chronicle
The Egypt outside 'The Square'
Al Jazeera America
Only during the final decades of the 19th century did Egypt's Ottoman khedives, its local viceroys, drain the swamp and begin to expand their capital in an obsessively European style. Full of neatly radiating boulevards and named Ismailia in honor of ...
'The Square': The Oscar-Nominated Documentary Egypt Doesn't Want You To See
Oscar-nominated Egyptian documentary 'The Square' can't be seen in Egypt
'The Square' review: A look at revolution in Egypt
AP: Cameraman in Egypt released on bail
(CNN) -- A freelance cameraman covering Egypt's constitutional referendum for The Associated Press has been released on bail, the news agency said Friday. Hassan Abdullah Hassan was producing video coverage outside a Cairo polling station when ...
Egyptian police detain AP lensman
AP Cameraman Detained in Egypt After His Images Appear on Al Jazeera
New York Times (blog)
A cameraman covering the constitutional referendum in Egypt for The Associated Press was arrested on Wednesday while transmitting live video from a polling place in Cairo. The journalist, Hassan Abdullah Hassan, told the news agency by telephone that ...
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 ...
Detained AP cameraman released on bail in Egypt
(CNN) -- A freelance Egyptian TV cameraman detained while covering the country's constitutional referendum for The Associated Press was released on bail Friday, the news outlet reported, citing authorities. Hassan Abdullah Hassan was producing video ...
The Lede | AP Cameraman Released on Bail in Egypt
Freelance cameraman working for AP in Egypt released on bail
Cameraman freed in Egypt says authorities mistook him for Jazeera staff
Gunmen attack Sinai gas pipeline amid clashes across Egypt
Throughout Egypt on Friday tensions blared, with at least two people were shot dead as clashes between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and police flared up across Egypt on Friday, state news agency MENA reported. The violence erupted a day before ...
The Arab spring: made in Tunisia, broken in Egypt
The army's roots reach deep into Egypt's culture and economy: the WikiLeaks cables described a "large network of businesses" that made the military "a 'quasi-commercial' enterprise". It runs hospitals, builds roads, manages resorts and owns factories ...
France: Egypt Should Look to Tunisia's Example
Tunisia's success, Egypt's failure
The Daily Star
Militants blow up gas pipeline in Egypt's Sinai
CAIRO – A security official in Egypt says militants have blown up a natural gas pipeline in the Sinai Peninsula. The official says a strong explosion rocked a village in central Sinai called el-Riysan on Friday after militants planted explosives ...
Egypt militants blow up Sinai gas pipe again: security