Protests hit Egypt on ouster anniversary
Nearly 200 people have been arrested in Egypt in a crackdown after a series of demonstrations and small bombings marked the anniversary of the ouster of Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi. One of the bombs went off accidentally inside an apartment ...
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Egypt: violence marks anniversary of Morsi ouster
Canadian journalist convicted in Egypt in 'terrible state of mind,' family says
The Globe and Mail
... that marks those convicted by Egyptian courts. The new clothing is just one change that reinforces last week's stunning verdict in the Egyptian-Canadian journalist's case — a turn of events which has left him in a “terrible state of mind,” his ...
Egypt's shifting tide of press freedom
Canadian convicted in Egypt in 'terrible state'
Journalist Sentenced In Absentia Speaks Out For Colleagues In Egypt
Where is el-Sisi taking Egypt?
A year ago today, a little-known military figure of uncertain intention overthrew the first democratically-elected Islamic president in Egypt's history, Mohamed Morsy, in the process instantly becoming a national savior for millions of secular ...
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UK ex-chief prosecutor slams PM's 'hypocrite' Egypt policy
Kerry cozies up in Egypt to foes of democracy
Egypt coup anniversary: Progress or protest?
Send Feedback. The first anniversary of the military overthrow of Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi has been marked with a 'Day of Anger' by his supporters. It is also serving as a test of strength for the Anti-Coup Alliance, and Morsi's Muslim ...
Egypt's liberal voices muffled amid pressures
On the night of July 3, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi promised Egypt a new way of doing media, claiming the transitional roadmap replacing former President Mohamed Morsi would bring a "media charter of honour…designed in a way that ensures media freedom; ...
Tony Blair parties with Cherie friends and as he faces fresh criticism for ...
Tony Blair To Advise Egypt Strongman Sisi
Tony Blair to advise Egypt president Sisi on economic reform
Wall Street Journal
Gulf Nations' Sway Rises in Egypt
Wall Street Journal
Amina Ismail/The Wall Street Journal. DUBAI—Persian Gulf nations, which are pumping billions of dollars into Egypt during its rocky political transition, appear set to exert a stronger influence on the country following President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi ...
A year after Morsi, Egypt's revolution is not over
Two police officers killed in Egypt bomb
Two Egyptian policemen killed defusing bombs
Deadly Violence In Egypt On Anniversary Of Morsi Ouster
"On July 3, Egyptians will revolt, marking the beginning of the end of the coup, marching from all towns and cities across Egypt to liberty squares in all provinces," an alliance of Mursi's supporters said in a statement late on Wednesday. Three of ...
In Photos: Visiting Egypt's Deserted Tourist Traps
But the revolution gutted Egypt's tourist industry. Mubarak's ouster was the start of a period of turmoil for the country that saw ongoing unrest, political instability, and the appointment — then subsequent removal by the military — of Mohamed Morsi ...
More people, less water mean rising food imports for Egypt
But even as Egypt wrestles with dwindling water from its only major source, the Nile, it pushes farmers to grow more to supply the country's costly subsidized food program. The two goals, farmers and experts say, are at odds with one another. And ...
10 Powerful Photos From The Day Egypt's Mohamed Morsi Fell From Power
Exactly one year ago, on July 3, 2013, Egypt's military leaders removed Mohamed Morsi, the country's first democratically elected president, from office. Morsi's fall from power came after days of massive protests in which hundreds of thousands of ...