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CAIRO -- Egypt's young revolutionaries organized a rare gathering Thursday for deeply divided Islamist and liberal political parties to denounce the violence and unrest that have threatened the nation’s stability and economy. The meeting came...
CAIRO -- A key Egyptian opposition leader Wednesday called for talks with President Mohamed Morsi, ultraconservative Islamists and military officials to quell days of rioting that have killed more than 50 people and left the country edging toward anarchy....
CAIRO — Egypt’s top military commander warned President Mohamed Morsi and opposition parties Tuesday to end days of bloodshed and unrest before the nation slides into chaos that may jeopardize the economy and “lead to the collapse of the...
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.CAIRO -- Egypt's main opposition coalition rejected talks with President Mohamed Morsi on Monday as anti-government protests gripped the nation for a fifth day and the army was given powers to arrest civilians. Six people died across the country,...
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CNNCAIRO, Egypt -- The sun rises over Cairo, and the city's landmark Tahrir Square is buzzing. Not with traffic, not with commerce, but with protest -- a tent city packed with people rife with anger at a man they blast as a dictatorial president, one who put...
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By Reem Abdellatif CAIRO – Islamists have filed defamation suits against Mohamed ElBaradei, claiming the Nobel Peace Prize laureate referred to them as “clowns” and “merchants of religion” in an increasingly tense...
World NowWith an economy on the brink and generals controlling the government from behind the scenes, Egyptians are not much enamored with their new, inexperienced prime minister. Arguments and pointed questions arise on trains and in coffee shops over Hesham...
World NowThe new Egyptian government sworn in Thursday is a vivid testament to the political pressures President Mohamed Morsi faces in appeasing secularists and Islamists as he moves to fix a plummeting economy while attempting to loosen the military’s hold...
CNNCAIRO, Egypt -- Mohamed Morsi was sworn in Saturday as Egypt's first democratically-elected president, taking the helm of a deeply divided nation that is economically strapped and lacks a working government. The historic ceremony took place amid tight...
Tags: Nobel Prize Awards, Hamas, Elections, Politics, Parliament
Los Angeles TimesAn Islamist was declared Egypt’s first freely elected president in history in a divisive poll that highlighted the sharpening battle between the Muslim Brotherhood and the nation’s secular military rulers over the political future of the...
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World NowAn Islamist was declared Egypt’s first freely elected president in history in a divisive poll that highlighted the sharpening battle between the Muslim Brotherhood and the nation’s secular military rulers over the political future of the...
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