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Egyptian Election

Amid A Divisive Election, Egypt Still Has The Best Sense Of Humor

The Huffington Post | Charlotte Alfred | Posted 05.28.2014 | World

In less than four years, Egypt witnessed a revolution, elected a president, deposed a president, and this week is voting again for a new leader. On...

Egypt's Free Press Takes A Hit

Reuters | Posted 07.25.2014 | Media

* Journalists on a mission to protect the state * Long tradition of media praise for the president * Dashed hopes of pre...

Letter From Cairo: Arab Winter and Revolutionary Regrets

Andrew Lam | Posted 02.17.2014 | Politics
Andrew Lam

"Before the revolution," locals say, things were bad but manageable. Before the revolution, everyone hated the same regime. After the revolution, hope has turned to fragmentation and fear. And tourism -- once a mainstay of the economy -- has slowed to a trickle.

Egypt Braces For Presidential Announcement

AP | SARAH EL DEEB | Posted 08.23.2012 | World

CAIRO (AP) — The Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi was declared the winner of Egypt's first free presidential election Sunday, and he proclaimed h...

Egypt Picks A New President

AP | MAGGIE MICHAEL | Posted 08.17.2012 | World

CAIRO -- Egyptians voted for a second day Sunday in a presidential runoff pitting Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister against a conservative Islamist,...

Egyptian Voters Flex Their Cheops

Kate Seelye | Posted 07.22.2012 | World
Kate Seelye

Curiously, the next leader of Egypt will have to start this process not knowing what powers the presidency actually has in relation to the parliament or the armed forces.

Are They Really Religious?

Alaa Al Aswany | Posted 04.23.2012 | World
Alaa Al Aswany

True religion requires us to defend human values: truth, justice and freedom. This is the essence of religion and it is much more important than growing beards or giving the call to prayer in the Parliament chamber.

Egyptian Elections Report: Challenges With Democracy

Katie Naranjo | Posted 07.19.2011 | World
Katie Naranjo

Questions from all interested stakeholders persist, the foremost among them: Who will stand as the voice for the Egyptian revolution?