Egypt prosecutors send ex-president Morsi to new trial
CAIRO – Egypt's prosecutors referred to trial Sunday the country's former Islamist president on charges of insulting the judiciary and defaming its members to spread hate-- the fourth case filed against Mohammed Morsi since his July ouster, the state ...
Egypt's Morsi to face trial on new charges
Egypt charges secularists alongside Mursi in new case
Egypt unrest: Fourth trial called for Mohammed Morsi
Ex-Egypt lawmaker under fire for comments about killing Americans
CAIRO (AP) — A former Egyptian lawmaker who threatened on a popular TV show that Americans would be "slaughtered in their homes" if an attempt is made on the life of the country's military chief recanted on Sunday, saying his comments were ...
Egyptian editor backtracks after saying 'Americans will be killed in streets'
Egypt Says Twitter Post by Liberal Was Crime
New York Times
CAIRO — A prosecutor on Sunday charged one of Egypt's most prominent liberal intellectuals with insulting the judiciary because he posted a message on Twitter criticizing a court ruling against three American nonprofits that promote democracy.
America chooses the wrong allies in Egypt
While a minority of Egyptian voters straggled to the polls last week to ratify a new constitution enshrining a police state; while emerging strongman Gen. Abdel Fatah al-Sissi theatrically prepared to announce whether he will deign to become president ...
Egypt young political activists: The way forward
Egyptian Voters Approve Amended Constitution
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egyptian government officials touted the result of a two-day referendum, in which voters overwhelmingly approved an amended constitution, as an endorsement of the nation's charter and of the so-called road map to democracy, which calls for ...
Egypt: 98.1% of voters approve constitution
CAIRO — In the first poll since a summer coup ousted the country's first freely elected leader, voters approved Egypt's new constitution this week by an overwhelming majority of 98.1%, the country's elections commission announced Saturday. The passing ...
Voters overwhelmingly back Egypt's new constitution
CAIRO – Almost everyone who cast ballots supported Egypt's new constitution in this week's referendum, results announced Saturday show, but a boycott by Islamists and low youth turnout suggest the country is still dangerously divided. Nearly 20 million ...
Egypt constitution approved by 98.1 percent
About 18.5 million people voted in that election, a 42 percent turnout; Egypt has added about seven million registered voters in the past three years. Salib announced the results in a deeply nationalistic speech filled with praise for the army. "Do not ...
Analysis: Egypt's referendum falls short of popular mandate sought by top general
CAIRO – For all the self-congratulatory headlines in Egypt's pro-military media, the results of last week's constitutional referendum may have fallen short of the emphatic popular mandate the nation's military chief was looking for before announcing ...
Egypt's Oscar success – for film you cannot see in Egypt
The Square, directed by American-Egyptian filmmaker Jehane Noujaim, uses original footage to document the lives of a group of activists through the heady days of Egypt's revolution to the military coup which deposed Mohamed Morsi in July 2013. The film ...
The Egypt outside '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