Christian Science Monitor
Egypt to have presidential elections first
(CNN) -- Egypt will elect a president before voting on a parliament, interim President Adly Mansour said Sunday, amending a road map laid down last summer. Parliamentary elections were supposed to be held first under a timetable agreed to after Egypt's ...
Egypt Set to Have Presidential Elections First
Egypt to hold early presidential election
Egypt Sets Presidential Election, Amid Worry Over General's Power
Egypt clashes kill 49 on third anniversary of revolution
At least 49 people have been killed in clashes in Egypt as the country marks the anniversary of the 2011 uprising which overthrew President Hosni Mubarak, the health ministry says. Rival demonstrations of supporters and opponents of the military-backed ...
At least 49 dead in Egypt as throngs commemorate revolution
Amid Egypt's uprising anniversary, US condemns violence, pledges Middle East ...
Clashes kill almost 50 on anniversary of Egypt's revolution
Egyptian diplomats released after Tripoli kidnapping
Five Egyptian embassy staff who were kidnapped in the Libyan capital Tripoli have been freed, Libyan officials say. The country's deputy foreign minister, Razak Grady, said three diplomats had been released and the others were being handed over to the ...
Libya says five kidnapped Egyptian diplomats freed
Egypt diplomats leave Libya after abductions
Officials: Some of Egypt diplomats kidnapped in Libya freed
Egypt police open fire on anti-government protesters
At least 29 people have been killed and more than 100 injured in clashes as Egypt marks the third anniversary of the 2011 uprising. Rival demonstrations of supporters and opponents of the military-backed government took place in Cairo and other cities.
Peter Greste: Egypt detention is 'attack on press freedom'
An Australian journalist, who is being held in an Egyptian jail with two colleagues, says their detention is an "attack on freedom of speech". "We have not been formally charged, much less convicted of any crime," Peter Greste wrote in a letter. The Al ...
Detained Al Jazeera journalist: 'Our arrest is not a mistake' by Egypt
The Daily Star
LA man freed in Egypt after four days; filmmaker still held
Los Angeles Times
CAIRO -- A young Los Angeles man working in Egypt as a freelance translator and journalist was freed four days after being detained by Egyptian authorities, the U.S. Embassy said Sunday. Jeremy Hodge, 26, had been picked up on Wednesday at his Cairo ...
American freed from detention in Egypt
Police in Egypt Release Detained US Citizen
LA Native Jeremy Hodge Released From Custody In Egypt
Timing, power of blast at Cairo police HQ raises fears
(CNN) -- A plume of black smoke rose over Cairo early Friday after a powerful explosion hit the city's police headquarters, killing at least four people and wounding more than 50 others, Egyptian authorities said. The blast struck a key symbol of ...
Egypt Sets Presidential Vote First as Violence Tears Country
Voice of America
CAIRO — Egypt's interim president has announced a change in the country's political road map, placing presidential elections as the next step in the transition after the ouster of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi last year. The plan was unveiled one ...
Egypt's leader: Presidential election will come first
CAIRO – Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour announced on Sunday that presidential elections will be held before a parliamentary poll, altering a political roadmap outlined last summer. In a speech broadcast on television, Mansour asked the nation's ...
Egypt's presidential elections to precede parliamentary, Mansour says
Los Angeles Times
Egypt will hold a presidential vote before parliamentary polls, President Adly Mansour said on Sunday, in a change to a political roadmap which could pave the way for the swift election of army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. CAIRO -- Egypt will ...