New Yorker (blog)
Egypt Veers Toward Return of Security State
From beyond its borders, Egypt seems poised to revert to form after next week's presidential election a security state led, as it has been for the last half-century, by a military strongman in uniform or out. The headlines suggest little room for any ...
Poll: Only Slight Majority in Egypt Backs El-Sissi
Picturing Egypt's Next President
Attitudes in Egypt Shifting sands
Path to an Asylum Request, From Egypt Jail to California Fair
New York Times
After spending two weeks in jail, Mr. Assem, a celebrated science prodigy in Egypt, was released and eventually permitted to travel to Los Angeles to participate in the prestigious Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Continue reading the ...
Shopping not sphinxes: Egypt's new campaign to win back tourists
Cairo (CNN) -- To say that Elhamy Elzayat misses the glory days when huge numbers of visitors flocked to Egypt's ancient sites is probably an understatement. A veteran of the travel industry who now heads the Egyptian Tourism Federation, he's seen his ...
Egypt's Arabian Cement makes $16 mln net profit in Q1
Washington Post (blog)
If Thailand is a coup, why wasn't Egypt?
Washington Post (blog)
That's a remarkable contrast to the considerable lengths Kerry went to avoid describing last year's military takeover in Egypt as a coup. Remember the comments he made during an interview on a Pakistani TV show shortly after it happened? "The military ...
Al Jazeera staff appear in Egypt court
One photo presented by prosecutors, described as "clearly doctored" by court reporters, showed Fahmy standing behind former Egyptian military chief, Mohamed Hussein Tantawi. A chart hit by Australian singer Gotye was also presented as evidence.
Egypt: Al-Jazeera's Lawyer Complains to Judge
Even Weirder Evidence Surfaces as Egypt Al Jazeera Trial Edges Towards Verdict
Australian journalist accuses Egyptian prosecutors of unbelievable inefficiency
Egypt Election Boycotts Can't Stop Sisi's Inevitable March to Presidency
... was a serious contender for Egypt's presidency. Today, as Egypt lurches toward its second presidential contest in as many years, and its first since the military overthrew elected president Mohamed Morsi last July, Aboul Fotouh has refused to run ...
Socialist Worker Online
Egypt officials: Militant leader killed in Sinai
EL-ARISH, Egypt (AP) — Senior Egyptian security officials say the top leader of an al-Qaida-inspired group in restive Sinai and three associates have been killed in a drive-by shooting in the peninsula. The development is a heavy blow to the militant ...
Jailed in Egypt for daring to speak out
Egyptian police arrest activists after solidarity demo with Mahienour Masry
Egypt Police Arrest 15 for Staging Unauthorized Protest
Key takeaways from our Egypt survey
Pew Research Center
It's been nearly a year since former Egyptian president and Muslim Brotherhood leader, Mohamed Morsi, was removed from power by the country's military, following huge demonstrations in Cairo and throughout the nation. On May 26-27, presidential ...
Pharaohs in Harlem: Ancient Egyptian Kemetic religion opening its first temple ...
New York Daily News
Pharaohs in Harlem: Ancient Egyptian Kemetic religion opening its first temple uptown. Priest and priestess Jabari (Heru Djeden Ma'at Aten-Ra) Osaze and Anika (Nfr-Ka Ma'at) Daniels-Osaze want 42 converts to join their flock's first immersion program.
Hope for strongman fuels Egypt's el-Sissi campaign
CAIRO (AP) — Posters of former army chief Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi hang everywhere on the streets of Egypt. In Cairo, his face lines highways and bridges and towers over city squares. In Alexandria, loudspeakers blast down the Mediterranean seaside road ...