New Yorker (blog)
The Egyptian Army's Unlikely Allies
New Yorker (blog)
When the Egyptian writer Alaa Al Aswany took the stage in October at the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris to promote the French translation of his latest novel, he was presumably not expecting to be heckled and chased from the venue by a crowd of his ...
Egypt: El-Sissi Seeks Mandate From Vote on Charter
In Egypt, many shrug as freedoms disappear
Egyptian diaspora vote on new constitution
As Obama dithers, Egypt ramps up its nuclear options
After the fatally-flawed interim deal signed by the P5+1 in Geneva November 24 over Iran's nuclear program, America's slighted ally Egypt is now possibly pursuing its own nuclear option, amid fears of an atomic arms race between Tehran and its regional ...
Tomb of pharaoh Sobekhotep I discovered in Egypt
The vast 3,800-year-old quartzite sarcophagus belongs to a little-known 13th Dynasty king called Sobekhotep I, according to the Egyptian government. It was discovered by a team of U.S. and Egyptian archaeologists at the Abydos site near Sohag in Egypt ...
King Sobekhotep I's Tomb Identified In Egypt (PHOTOS)
The Daily Star
Al Jazeera says Egypt has extended detention of 3 of its journalists
Los Angeles Times
Egypt has carried out a wide-ranging campaign against the Muslim Brotherhood since July, when Morsi was ousted in a popularly supported coup. The group's leadership and thousands of rank-and-file members of the group have been jailed. Hundreds more ...
Al Jazeera demands Egypt free detained staff
Egypt: Al-Jazeera Reporters Detained 15 More Days
Egypt renews detention of Jazeera journalists
Mubarak PM considers bid for Egypt presidency
Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister, Ahmed Shafik, has said he will run for president if the Egyptian army chief does not contest elections. "I believe now I will run for the presidency," Shafik told a Cairo television station on Thursday, adding that ...
Mubarak era mogul Hussein Salem reaches out to Egypt's interim government
I'm no traitor, says Wael Ghonim as Egypt regime targets secular activists
One of the figureheads of Egypt's 2011 uprising says he is staying away from the country "as Egypt no longer welcomes those who are like me". Wael Ghonim's statement comes amid claims by fellow activists that Egypt's government has returned to the ...
Egyptian PM: Dam negotiations with Ethiopia are 'not over'
"No negotiations or talks end in just one session, but some matters are stuck in the middle of those talks," the premier told journalists on Thursday regarding the ongoing negotiations between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia about the dam. Egypt and Ethiopia ...
Ethiopia Rejects Egypt Proposal on Nile as Dam Talks Falter
NDC: Egypt's water rights cannot be ceded
Egypt, Ethiopia Lock Horns Over Mega Dam
Legitimizing an Undemocratic Process in Egypt
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
The U.S. government, European governments, and international organizations interested in electoral fairness face a difficult balancing act with the January 14–15 constitutional referendum in Egypt. They want to observe the vote on the country's new ...
Democracy International prepares to observe referendum
Blueprint for a New Egypt
New York Times
This past December, I delivered an answer, on behalf of the Committee of 50 entrusted with amending Egypt's Constitution, to Egypt's acting president, Adly Mansour. Mr. Mansour recently confirmed that a two-day referendum on this draft will take place ...
Odd Partnership Backs Egypt Law
Referendum on Egypt constitution in its 2nd day around the world
Egypt's Salafist official: 'Courts decide who are the terrorists'
Protests in Egypt
The trial of Egypt's former Islamist president, Mohamed Morsi, has been postponed until Feb. 1, prompting clashes in Cairo. Officials said bad weather had stopped the ousted leader from being flown to court. Smoke rises as Egyptian security forces ...