The assembly writing Egypt's constitution said it could wrap up a final draft later on Wednesday, a move the Muslim Brotherhood sees as a way out of a crisis over a decree by President Mohamed Mursi that protesters say gives him dictatorial powers.
More than 200,000 people entered Cairo’s central Tahrir Square on Tuesday night to protest a constitutional decree issued last week by Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.
Judicial Council Blasts Mursi Statement as 'Frail'
Tens of thousands Egyptians protested on Tuesday against President Mohamed Mursi in one of the biggest rallies since Hosni Mubarak's overthrow, accusing the Islamist leader of seeking to impose a new era of autocracy.
Insists Move 'Temporary' and Aimed to Protect Constitutional Committee
A year ago, I was mixing with demonstrators in Cairo’s Tahrir Square calling for an end to Mubarak’s dictatorship and democracy for Egypt’s 84 million people.
A least 100 people injured after clashes breakout during rival rallies in Cairo's Tahrir Square after Friday prayers.
Al-Watan, a daily newspaper in Egypt, has responded to cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammad in a French magazine Charlie Hebdo with offensive cartoons of their own.
In late August, Egypt's new president Mohammed Morsi proposed the formation of a regional initiative to stem the conflict in Syria. Five decades ago, Egypt and Syria were yoked together to form the United Arab Republic, an experiment that lasted less
Washington has been scrambling for leverage in Egypt, but whether the new government will be sufficiently obedient to the US isn't clear
Two of the so called Al-Qaeda members who were wearing Guy Fawkes masks forgot to remove their press passes.
Update at 2:07 p.m. ET: CNN reports that U.S. security guards fired a volley of warning shots as the crowd gathered outside the embassy walls.
When the next U.S. debt ceiling comes around, one thing is for sure: the mainstream press will be shouting and crying about how important it is to lift the ceiling once again, thereby permitting the federal government to pile even more debt onto the
Egypt's Navy refused a U.S. request to fire on an Iranian weapons ship heading for violence-torn Syria through the Suez Canal, al-Arabiya reported.
A week ago or so I wrote here that given Barack Obama’s expansive interpretation of U.S. interests, which involves massive drone attacks against targets in multiple Middle Eastern and African countries, that it was only a matter of time before Israel
Egypt has again allowed an Iranian Navy ship to pass the Suez Canal toward Syria.
After Pushing for Crackdown, Israel Now Blasts Egypt for Response
Former US Envoy Accuses Egypt of Violating Israel Treaty
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi made waves on Sunday by ordering the removal of several figures in Egypt's military and revoking a military-declared constitutional amendment that had granted the military far reaching powers over the country.
The Egyptian military has launched an assault against suspected Islamist militants after they attacked security checkpoints along the Egyptian-Israeli border.
Protesters threw tomatoes and shoes at U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's motorcade on Sunday during her first visit to Egypt since the election of Islamist President Mohamed Mursi.
Liberals Blast Move as Fueling 'Constitutional Crisis'
Egypt’s newly sworn-in President Mohammed Morsi reaffirmed his Islamist beliefs in his inauguration speech, but promised the country would not swerve from a moderate course in its international policies.
President-elect Mohammed Morsi's rousing tribute to Egyptian sovereignty included a promise to work for the release of the Egyptian-born Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, jailed for plotting a series of New York City bombings.
Egypt's post-Mubarak government has decided it would not be 'appropriate' for Israelis to visit the grave of a famed 19th century rabbi.
Tens of thousands of Egyptians crowded into Cairo’s famous Tahrir Square Sunday to celebrate, but British journalist Natasha Smith is issuing a stern warning against getting caught up in the “wave of euphoria” like she originally did.
Egyptian president-elect Mohamed Morsi, the first Islamist head of state in the Arab world's most populous nation, has delivered an encouraging speech stating that under his rule Christians and Muslims will unite and make Egypt proud and great again.
Election regulators named Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood the winner of Egypt’s first competitive presidential elections, handing the Islamist group a symbolic triumph and a new weapon in its struggle for power with the ruling military counci
Egyptians have congregated in the thousands on Cairo's Tahrir Square in anticipation of the election results that could make or break the revolution.
The power grab of Egypt’s military is repulsive. The United States must state unequivocally that military aid to Egypt will stop. Continuing aid to dictators would make a mockery of our traditional values.