Field Marshal Abdul Fattah al-Sisi looks poised to claim Egypt’s presidency as the man he ousted from power last year goes to court
An Egyptian-American activist arrested in August claims in a letter smuggled from prison that Egyptian security personnel beat him, denied him medical attention and joked about killing detainees.
Dual citizen Mohamed Soltan, a …
The U.S. envoy to Egypt is not pulling punches as she approaches the end of her two-year tenure.
Ambassador Anne Patterson, who was nominated earlier this month to be assistant secretary of state in the State Department’s Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, sent a scathing open letter Wednesday to the country’s largest government-run …
After three weeks of protests by the Muslim Brotherhood, the Egyptian military calls on supporters to take to the streets
Mohamed Morsi’s last public act as President was a brief — by his long-winded standards — 30-minute address on national television on July 2. In the prerecorded statement, he repeatedly hailed the legitimacy of government …
Amid a political crisis where nothing important seems to happen before 10 p.m., the timing of interim Egyptian President Adly Mansour’s constitutional declaration — just past midnight early Tuesday morning — was par for the …
Here is what experts, journalists and local bloggers are saying about the situation in Egypt
President Mohamed Morsy’s recent actions in Egypt is telling of the country’s state of affairs — and the continuing struggle among its power players
The new status quo in the Middle East is one of porous borders, growing radicalization and the fragmentation of once stable nation-states
After a brazen militant attack on an Egyptian base led to the deaths of 16 soldiers, questions are growing over whether Egypt’s fragile government can control Islamist extremism on its Israeli border
Frustrated by opposition failures and anxious over what would follow Assad, Western and Arab powers appear to be auditioning defector Manaf Tlass for a role in an interim ruling military council
Mohamed Morsy’s election as President marked a watershed moment for Egypt, but unless he can repair the rifts with other opposition groups, the military will be calling the shots