Egypt's Fondness for Foreigners
New York Times
That paragraph was written not by a modern Egyptian militant but by Nubar Pasha (1825-99), a Christian of Armenian descent, who was Egypt's first prime minister. Nubar served under six Egyptian rulers, including Muhammad Ali, who ruled for 43 years ...
Deaths as Egypt's Rabaa killings marked
The protesters were shot dead as Egyptian security forces on Thursday dispersed hundreds of supporters of the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, who had blocked several highways and roads in Cairo and Giza. It was the first anniversary of the violent ...
Three dead in Egypt clashes on crackdown anniversary
3 Killed in Egypt as Islamists Protest
A year ago, Egypt carried out a massacre on the scale of Tiananmen Square
Center for Research on Globalization
The world needs a freer, better Egypt
Belleville News Democrat
Egypt, the heart of the Arab world, could and should be a major player today in finding resolution to all of the chaos and violence in the Middle East today. Instead, it is returning to the kind of repressive, police-state ways it experienced under ...
Washington Staged Egypt's “Arab Spring” Revolution, US Knew About 9/11 ...
Mubarak defends record in Egypt
After Human Rights Watch Report, Egypt Says Group Broke Law
New York Times
CAIRO — The government on Tuesday accused the nonprofit group Human Rights Watch of breaking the law, violating Egypt's sovereignty and insulting the judiciary after it issued a report criticizing top officials for the repeated mass shootings of ...
Egypt is in the grip of a violent tyranny – with the west's backing
Egypt should be a pariah state for its bloody crackdown on dissent
Egypt's Rabaa Massacre of 1000 Morsi Supporters Went 'According to Plan'
The Times of Israel
Gaza Truce Holds Amid Report of Egypt Offer
Egyptian newspaper al-Shorouk reported on an 11-point Egyptian proposal that including the opening of border crossings, coordination with the West Bank-based Palestinian Authority over the rebuilding of Gaza, the extension of the Gaza fishing zone, and ...
Hamas says Egypt ceasefire deal gives Israel 'upper hand'
Egypt's 11-Point Ceasefire Plan Revealed
Gaza Truce Extension Fans Hope of Cairo Talks Deal
Deaths as rival protesters clash in Egypt
Three people have been killed as supporters and opponents of Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi clashed after Friday prayers, security officials said, a day after five people died in sporadic violence. Supporters of Morsi have attempted to stage ...
Obit indicates Arkansas man was Apache supervisor slain in Egypt
An obituary in an Oklahoma newspaper reports the sudden death of a 58-year-old Fayetteville, Ark., man, giving details consistent with the slaying of an Apache Corp. employee in Egypt last week. The Enid News and Eagle identified William “Bill ...
Egypt's Mubarak tells Cairo court his conscience is clear
The political demise of Mursi and his Muslim Brotherhood at the hands of the military means voices more sympathetic to the former airforce officer are now being heard. Mubarak used his testimony, which was beamed live into millions of homes across ...
Egypt Islamists Mark Anniversary of Mass Killing
Mubarak Tells Court He Gave All For Egypt
Egypt's Mubarak denies killing protesters
Some combination of denial and fear led the Egyptian government to refuse my colleague and me entrance to the country on Sunday night. It was an unprecedented step. No one from Human Rights Watch had ever been barred from Egypt, even during the ...
Egypt's Salafist party dismisses HRW report as foreign meddling
One Year After the Massacre: Hope for Egypt?
Worse Than Tiananmen? First Anniversary of Egyptian Army Killings of More ...
Australian study finds Egyptian mummies may date back to 4500BC
Jones said the artefacts the team studied were excavated from tombs in Badari and Mostagedda in Egypt in the 1920s and 30s, and displayed in Britain's Bolton Museum. She visited the museum and found that the samples, some dating back to 4,500BC, had ...