Egypt Kills 5 Protesters Three Weeks before VotingViolence returns to Cairo as plain-clothed security officers killed five protesters less than three weeks before presidential elections.
Moussa: Camp David Accords 'Dead and Buried'Egyptian presidential candidate Amr Moussa says the peace agreement between Israel and Egypt should be shelved.
Egyptian Salafists Back Brotherhood CandidateIn Egypt, Salafists, Christians and moderates have agreed on a new presidential candidate, one who is not the Muslim Brotherhood choice.
Egyptian Women Appeal Sex-After-Death LawEgyptian women urge the Islamist-dominated parliament not to pass a controversial law allowing a man to have relations with his dead wife.
Egypt Allows Mubarak's Former PM to RunIn a surprise move, Egypt's election commission reinstates Mubarak's last prime minister in the presidential race.
Anti-Mubarak Law Disqualifies Another CandidateEgypt’s election commission disqualifies Ahmed Shafiq, Mubarak's former prime minister, from running for the presidency.
Amr Moussa: Vote for Me, Egypt is in CrisisEgypt’s leading candidate for president says his decades as a senior government official is a reason to vote for him.
Thousands Protest in Cairo's Tahrir SquareTens of thousands of protesters pack Cairo's Tahrir Square, demand an end to military rule.
Egypt Officially Bars Presidential ContendersEgypt’s election commission officially rejects the appeals of three main contenders for the presidency, including Omar Suleiman.
Egypt's Barred Candidates File AppealsThree of Egypt's main presidential candidates, including Omar Suleiman, have filed appeals after being barred from running.
Suleiman Warns Against War with IsraelEgypt's former intelligence chief warns that a Muslim Brotherhood win in the presidential elections will lead to war with Israel.
3 Top Runners Barred in Egypt's Presidential RaceEgypt's election commission has barred 10 candidates from the upcoming presidential race, among them the three top runners.
Egypt's Omar Suleiman Joins Presidential RaceEgyptian ex-intelligence chief Omar Suleiman on Sunday formally joined the race for president.
Egypt's Islamists Dominate Constitution PanelEgypt's Islamists tighten their grip on power, achieve a majority on a panel tasked with drafting a constitution.
Former Egypt VP Omar Suleiman to Run for PresidentArab media reports former Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman has decided to run for president.
Egypt Sets Date for Presidential ElectionEgypt sets May 23 and 24 for the first presidential election since Mubarak's ouster. New president to be named June 21.
Americans Take Shelter in US Embassy in CairoAmerican citizens trapped in Cairo have taken shelter in the U.S. Embassy as the dispute between the two countries escalates.
Egyptian Tourism Down 30% in 2011Egyptian tourism revenues dropped nearly 30 percent last year due to its revolutionary ouster of former President Hosni Mubarak.
ElBaradei Quits Egyptian Presidential ElectionMohamed ElBaradei has dropped out of the running as a candidate in the Egyptian presidential race.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Wins Big in Final RoundEgypt's once-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood won big in the third and final round of parliamentary elections last week.
Salafi Party Vows Peace with Israel, But...The head of the Egypt's Salafi movement says the party will honor the country's 1979 peace treaty with Israel.
Thousands of Egyptian Women Protest BrutalitySome 10,000 women marched Tuesday chanting "Egyptian women are the red line," protesting military brutality against female protesters.
Egyptians Return to Polls for Runoff ElectionsEgyptians return to the polls Wednesday in a run-off for round two of parliamentary elections not due to end until early next year.
Egypt’s Islamic Extremists Claim Landslide WinEgypt’s largest Islamic extremist parties claim they won nearly 70 percent of the votes in the second round of elections. Iran is happy.
Deadly Clashes Continue in CairoEgyptians on Sunday entered a third day of deadly clashes between protesters and government forces in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
Egypt Heads to Polls for Round 2Egyptians are heading to the polls for round two of their parliamentary elections.
Muslim Brotherhood Takes Elections by StormIslamist parties are expected to control Cairo's parliament by the spring with the Muslim Brotherhood projected to be in the driver's seat.
‘US Democracy’ Set to Elect Muslim BrotherhoodFor the second time in six years, the United States urges Mideast elections, and for the second time, a terrorist party is likely to win.
Will Egypt's Military Ruler Seek Election?A previously unknown political group has started a campaign for Egypt's military ruler, Hussein Tantawi, to seek the presidency in 2013.
Egypt Sets November 28 as Election DayCairo's caretaker junta has said elections for a new government, expected to take place in stages, will being November 28.
Egypt Transitional Govt Appoints New-Old GoveEgypt's transitional government this month appointed 15 new governors, but grassroots citizens are still not satisfied.
Egyptians Riot in Cairo CourtEgyptians rioted in a Cairo courtroom after a judge freed 10 police officers accused of killing protesters during the revolution.
Egypt's Islamist CandidateWhile the Muslim Brotherhood has promised not to field a candidate, a senior member of the group will run as an independent.
Muslim Brotherhood Forms PartyThe Muslim Brotherhood has formed a new political party and is campaigning to win up to half of the seats in the Egyptian parliament in September.
Egypt's Executioner Loves Allah and Killing PeopleHe also enjoys strangling dogs. Excerpt from an interview that appeared on the internet. The comments are the writer's.