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Egyptians outside of Cairo are more concerned with the economy and security than religious issues.
Frustration grows with both the military and protesters as another demonstration turns violent.
Abdel Meneim Aboul Fotouh, supported by Islamists and secularists alike, could be Egypt's next president.
Egypt's military said it would transfer power a month earlier than expected after a night of clashes left 11 people dead in the heart of Cairo.
While the world views Egypt’s decision to cancel a gas contract with Israel as a threat to peace, really it just makes good business sense.
Confusion remains over whether they’ll be able to monitor the May presidential election.
Political uncertainty in post-revolution Egypt is allowing other Nile states to wrest control of the world’s longest river.
Will Egypt’s impending food and water crisis spark another uprising?
As Egypt loses its grip on the Nile and its population soars, food and water scarcity are becoming a serious problem.
Muslim Brotherhood wants to force the military's vast business holdings into the open and make them accountable.
If parliament continues to assert its power, the answer is yes, one expert says.
Egypt's Coptic Christian minority fear more discrimination in wake of patriarch's death, reports say.
Israelis and Iranians take to Facebook to ditch the war rhetoric.
According to a report today in the New York Times, the US will resume military aid to Egypt despite concerns.
A new statement from Amnesty International cites US officials as saying ship carrying military cargo are not headed to Egypt.
Former speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, visits Cairo following NGO spat with Egypt government.
Amnesty International says the US is sending a new shipment of weapons to Egypt.
This most recent round of bloodshed in Gaza is at the same time rooted in familiar patterns and recent patterns.
Egypt scores low on yet another global list. Its two largest cities are some of the world's least competitive, the Economist magazine says.
A new report by Reporters Without Borders pens a new list of countries deemed "enemies of the internet." Is Egypt one of them?