Middle East: Egypt: Security Forces Fire on Funeral
Egyptian officials say soldiers and police officers mistakenly fired on a Bedouin funeral in the Sinai Peninsula during a search for kidnapped security personnel.
Unlikely Alliance to Oppose Egypt's Rulers
Two ideologically opposed Egyptian political groups are banding together to check the ruling Muslim Brotherhood's growing power and challenge it in the coming parliamentary elections.
Egypt's border with Gaza stays closed as protest continues
Nearly 170 demonstrators participate in a sit-in after the kidnapping of seven Egyptian soldiers last week in the Sinai Peninsula. CAIRO — Egypt's border with the Gaza Strip remained closed Sunday as the families and colleagues of seven Egyptian soldiers who were kidnapped in the northern Sinai Peninsula last week continued a sit-in.
Morale hits a new low on Egypt stock market
Brokers and investors worry the Muslim Brotherhood's rise to power will put the ailing Egyptian economy even deeper in the tank. CAIRO — His phone doesn't ring and his charts are gloomy.
Middle East: Egypt: Reports of Embassy Plots
Three Egyptian men arrested last week and accused of plotting terrorist acts in Egypt sought to carry out suicide attacks against the United States and French Embassies, the state news media said Wednesday.