Egypt Unrest


'Egypt Unrest' - 82 News Result(s)

  • As Egypt Votes, Some Still Caught In Political Crossfire

    As Egypt Votes, Some Still Caught In Political Crossfire

    Samir El-Gamal, a 10-year-old Egyptian boy, died in his mother's arms last year, struck in the back of the head by a stray bullet while they were walking near clashes between supporters and opponents of deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi.

  • Four killed in clashes during Islamist protest in Egypt

    Four killed in clashes during Islamist protest in Egypt

    An Egyptian Health Ministry official says four people have been killed in clashes between Islamist supporters of the ousted president and security forces.

  • Court orders closure of Al-Jazeera Egypt, Brotherhood TV

    Court orders closure of Al-Jazeera Egypt, Brotherhood TV

    An Egyptian court on Tuesday ordered Al-Jazeera's local affiliate to stop broadcasting along with three other stations known for their coverage of Islamist protests, saying that they had operated illegally, the state news agency said.

  • US pressed to react to violence in Syria, Egypt

    US pressed to react to violence in Syria, Egypt

    The U.S. is poised to suspend another major weapons shipment to Egypt amid deep divisions within the Obama administration over whether to cut off aid to the military-backed government. The debate mirrors similar disagreements over intervening in Syria, where there are new reports that chemical weapons have been used by the government.

  • Egypt to put ex-leader Hosni Mubarak under house arrest

    Egypt to put ex-leader Hosni Mubarak under house arrest

    Egypt's prime minister ordered Wednesday that deposed autocrat Hosni Mubarak be placed under house arrest after he's released from prison following more than two years in detention.

  • Bomb near Egypt mission in Libya city, none hurt: security

    Bomb near Egypt mission in Libya city, none hurt: security

    A bomb exploded on Saturday in front of Egypt's consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, causing no casualties but some damage, a security official said.

  • Egypt clashes leave another six dead: medics

    Egypt clashes leave another six dead: medics

    Clashes between supporters and opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi in and around Cairo overnight left at least six people dead, medics told AFP.

  • Egypt president promises to fight chaos before pro-Morsi rallies

    Egypt president promises to fight chaos before pro-Morsi rallies

    Egypt's interim President Adli Mansour promised on Thursday to fight those driving the nation towards chaos, hours before the Muslim Brotherhood plans mass protests to demand the return of ousted Islamist leader Mohamed Morsi.

  • Mohamed Morsi aide says coup under way in Egypt

    Mohamed Morsi aide says coup under way in Egypt

    Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's national security adviser said a military coup was under way on Wednesday after an army deadline for the Islamist leader to yield to street protests passed without any agreement.

  • Egypt: Travel ban on Morsi, Brotherhood leader

    Egypt: Travel ban on Morsi, Brotherhood leader

    Airport officials say a travel ban has been issued against the embattled president and the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • Egypt clashes rage into fourth day

    Egypt clashes rage into fourth day

    Protesters and police fought pitched battles on Sunday at security headquarters in Cairo as deadly clashes raged into a fourth day and the interior minister leapt to the defence of his reviled forces.

  • Clinton urges halt to Egyptian violence

    Clinton urges halt to Egyptian violence

    Top US diplomat Hillary Clinton called on Egyptians to refrain from violence after a third straight day of deadly clashes in Cairo. At least 10 people were killed in the latest unrest in the Egyptian capital, overshadowing the count in the first post-revolution vote that shows Islamists in the lead. A historic library housing priceless archives was...

  • Oil prices rise on Egypt unrest; Brent tops $100

    From the time allegations of misappropriation during the bidding for allocation of 2G spectrum surfaced, till Telecom Minister A Raja's ouster, high drama charged both politics in Delhi and Tamil Nadu. So what exactly is the Spectrum Scam that led to all this?

  • Cairo clashes: 24 killed after attack on church

    Cairo clashes: 24 killed after attack on church

    Flames lit up downtown Cairo, where massive clashes raged on Sunday, drawing Christians angry over a recent church attack, Muslims and Egyptian security forces. At least 24 people were killed and more than 200 injured in the worst sectarian violence since the uprising that ousted Hosni Mubarak in February. The military clamped a curfew on the area ...

  • Mubarak knew of 'every bullet fired', says former spy chief

    Mubarak knew of 'every bullet fired', says former spy chief

    Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, charged with murder, "had complete knowledge of every bullet fired" at protesters, according to damning testimony by his former spy chief published in a state newspaper on Thursday.The Al-Akhbar daily reported that prosecutors partly relied on testimony provided by Omar Suleiman, the former head of intellige...

'Egypt Unrest' - 13 Video Result(s)

'Egypt Unrest' - 82 News Result(s)

  • As Egypt Votes, Some Still Caught In Political Crossfire

    As Egypt Votes, Some Still Caught In Political Crossfire

    Samir El-Gamal, a 10-year-old Egyptian boy, died in his mother's arms last year, struck in the back of the head by a stray bullet while they were walking near clashes between supporters and opponents of deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi.

  • Four killed in clashes during Islamist protest in Egypt

    Four killed in clashes during Islamist protest in Egypt

    An Egyptian Health Ministry official says four people have been killed in clashes between Islamist supporters of the ousted president and security forces.

  • Court orders closure of Al-Jazeera Egypt, Brotherhood TV

    Court orders closure of Al-Jazeera Egypt, Brotherhood TV

    An Egyptian court on Tuesday ordered Al-Jazeera's local affiliate to stop broadcasting along with three other stations known for their coverage of Islamist protests, saying that they had operated illegally, the state news agency said.

  • US pressed to react to violence in Syria, Egypt

    US pressed to react to violence in Syria, Egypt

    The U.S. is poised to suspend another major weapons shipment to Egypt amid deep divisions within the Obama administration over whether to cut off aid to the military-backed government. The debate mirrors similar disagreements over intervening in Syria, where there are new reports that chemical weapons have been used by the government.

  • Egypt to put ex-leader Hosni Mubarak under house arrest

    Egypt to put ex-leader Hosni Mubarak under house arrest

    Egypt's prime minister ordered Wednesday that deposed autocrat Hosni Mubarak be placed under house arrest after he's released from prison following more than two years in detention.

  • Bomb near Egypt mission in Libya city, none hurt: security

    Bomb near Egypt mission in Libya city, none hurt: security

    A bomb exploded on Saturday in front of Egypt's consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, causing no casualties but some damage, a security official said.

  • Egypt clashes leave another six dead: medics

    Egypt clashes leave another six dead: medics

    Clashes between supporters and opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi in and around Cairo overnight left at least six people dead, medics told AFP.

  • Egypt president promises to fight chaos before pro-Morsi rallies

    Egypt president promises to fight chaos before pro-Morsi rallies

    Egypt's interim President Adli Mansour promised on Thursday to fight those driving the nation towards chaos, hours before the Muslim Brotherhood plans mass protests to demand the return of ousted Islamist leader Mohamed Morsi.

  • Mohamed Morsi aide says coup under way in Egypt

    Mohamed Morsi aide says coup under way in Egypt

    Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's national security adviser said a military coup was under way on Wednesday after an army deadline for the Islamist leader to yield to street protests passed without any agreement.

  • Egypt: Travel ban on Morsi, Brotherhood leader

    Egypt: Travel ban on Morsi, Brotherhood leader

    Airport officials say a travel ban has been issued against the embattled president and the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • Egypt clashes rage into fourth day

    Egypt clashes rage into fourth day

    Protesters and police fought pitched battles on Sunday at security headquarters in Cairo as deadly clashes raged into a fourth day and the interior minister leapt to the defence of his reviled forces.

  • Clinton urges halt to Egyptian violence

    Clinton urges halt to Egyptian violence

    Top US diplomat Hillary Clinton called on Egyptians to refrain from violence after a third straight day of deadly clashes in Cairo. At least 10 people were killed in the latest unrest in the Egyptian capital, overshadowing the count in the first post-revolution vote that shows Islamists in the lead. A historic library housing priceless archives was...

  • Oil prices rise on Egypt unrest; Brent tops $100

    From the time allegations of misappropriation during the bidding for allocation of 2G spectrum surfaced, till Telecom Minister A Raja's ouster, high drama charged both politics in Delhi and Tamil Nadu. So what exactly is the Spectrum Scam that led to all this?

  • Cairo clashes: 24 killed after attack on church

    Cairo clashes: 24 killed after attack on church

    Flames lit up downtown Cairo, where massive clashes raged on Sunday, drawing Christians angry over a recent church attack, Muslims and Egyptian security forces. At least 24 people were killed and more than 200 injured in the worst sectarian violence since the uprising that ousted Hosni Mubarak in February. The military clamped a curfew on the area ...

  • Mubarak knew of 'every bullet fired', says former spy chief

    Mubarak knew of 'every bullet fired', says former spy chief

    Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, charged with murder, "had complete knowledge of every bullet fired" at protesters, according to damning testimony by his former spy chief published in a state newspaper on Thursday.The Al-Akhbar daily reported that prosecutors partly relied on testimony provided by Omar Suleiman, the former head of intellige...

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