Can Egypt's presidential candidates transform economic fortunes?
Cairo, Egypt (CNN) -- Since the 2011 revolution, Egyptians have seen near non-stop protests, the toppling of two presidents, six elections, and a seemingly endless political crisis. But what they haven't witnessed yet is what has been demanded all ...
Picturing Egypt's Next President
Clashes at Egypt Rallies Kill 2 Ahead of Election
Egyptian cartoonists join presidential election battle
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 ...
Official: Egyptian militant leader killed
The outcome of the vote will likely bolster Egypt's relations with key allies Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and United Arab Emirates, Gulf states that poured billions of dollars into supporting the Egyptian government after Morsy's ouster. Opinion: Egypt's ...
Islamist militant leader in Egypt's Sinai killed: security sources
Egypt: Sinai Islamist leader Shadi al-Menei shot dead
Egypt says armed group leader killed in Sinai
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 ...
Egypt's economy calls out for 'strongman'
CAIRO — Climbing unemployment, sporadic labor strikes, a troubled tourism industry and persistent power outages that leave homes sweltering in midday heat are all part of a crucial challenge facing Egypt's next leader: the economy. As the country ...
Watch: Why an American is imprisoned and on hunger strike in Egypt
Al Jazeera America
In March 2013, he returned to Egypt to take care of his mother and was quickly swept up in protests against the ousting of President Morsi. Fluent in English and Arabic, he was popular with Western news crews looking for a sound bite. Now, he is ...
Morsi supporters clash with police in Egypt
Earlier this month, Egypt's prosecutor general charged 200 people with terrorism, accusing them of launching deadly attacks across the country, in the first mass trial of armed fighters since Morsi's overthrow. The prosecutor's statement referred to ...
RELEASE: Looking Ahead to Egypt's Uncertain Summer of Trials and Tribulations
Center For American Progress
Washington, D.C. — Today, ahead of Egypt's presidential elections next week, the Center for American Progress released an analysis of how the country can to deal effectively with security threats without creating new ones, set out a clear and ...
Washington Post (blog)
If Thailand is a coup, why wasn't Egypt?
Washington Post (blog)
Thai army soldiers stand guard at the main entrance of the pro-government ''Red Shirts'' rally site after they shut it down and cleared protesters from the site, after Thailand's army chief announced that the armed forces were seizing power, on the ...