Egypt in Turmoil
By Kells Hetherington The presidential race in Egypt may be more competitive than most Western news outlets suspect, according to Mona Makram-Ebeid, a professor of Political Science at the American University of Cairo.
By Sean Nevins WASHINGTON (VOR) - Earlier this week the United States deposited the $584 million in remaining military aid for Egypt into a federal bank account to await further review by the US administration.
By Sean Nevins WASHINGTON (VOR) - On Monday, the Obama Administration will have to make a decision whether or not to continue aid to Egypt, some of which it has already postponed following the 3 July coup d'état.
By Sean Nevins WASHINGTON (VOR) - The Obama Administration is currently deciding whether or not to continue foreign military aid to Egypt in response to the 3 July coup d'état and the subsequent crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood members.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— Violence in Egypt has subsided somewhat since the deadly clashes between the military and pro-Morsi supporters, but things are not back to normal by any means.
WASHINGTON (VOR) - Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is being released from prison and flown to a military hospital.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— Violent clashes between the Egyptian military and Pro-Morsi supporters continued in Cairo throughout what the Muslim Brotherhood called a “Friday of Rage”.
WASHINGTON (VOR) - On Wednesday, security forces in Egypt broke up two large sit-ins by supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi.