The U.S. has let the public square become a metaphor. That can't be good for our democracy. Maidan Square in Kiev. Taksim Square in Istanbul. Tahrir Square in Cairo. Recent democratic movements around the globe have risen, or crashed and burned, on the hard pavement of vast urban public squares. Show More Summary
In 1944, Doris Roy and Thelma Popp who were 21 years old and just graduated from college, made a plan to ride bicycles from their home in Buffalo, New York, to Cairo, Illinois, where the Ohio River met the Mississippi. "World War II affected our college life as most of the male student body joined one of the services. Show More Summary
CAIRO (AP) — In his weekly sermon, Muslim cleric Ali Abdel-Moati preached to his congregation in a southern Egyptian city about the evils of making hasty judgments. That prompted a complaint to authorities from a judge, who accused him of criticizing a recent mass death sentence issued against supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.
New York, April 15, 2014--Two Egyptian journalists were shot by live ammunition on Monday while covering clashes in Cairo between security forces and university students supportive of the Muslim Brotherhood, according to news reports. At least one student was killed in the clashes, news reports said....
"Dr. Monica Hanna [...] identified the former police chief of Cairo as a major smuggler". and who was buying these antiquities from the (reportedly) corrupt cop? Coins for example? Any ACCG dealers for example?
Two policemen are wounded in the attack that targeted a security checkpoint in Dokki neighbourhood.
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's former military chief has taken the final formal step to run in the May 26-27 presidential election, submitting to the election commission the signatures of at least 25,000 Egyptians demanding that he runs.
Guests on the terrace of Shepheard's Hotel, Cairo, circa 1940. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Locals and foreigners mingle in a bustling Cairo street, seen from the terrace, Shepherds Hall. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Show More Summary
You’d think by now Capitol Hill would be overrun by malleable, creative spaces like Cairo—a mostly boutique retail store that readily transforms itself into both a record label, an all-ages music venue, and, once a month, an art gallery. Part of the Second Thursday Capitol Hill Arts Walk, Cairo is a space for... KEEP READING > >
Journalism is not a crime. Neither death nor imprisonment should be the punishment for reporting the news.
Cairo Santos, K, Tulane (HT: 5'8", WT: 164 lbs.) Positives Four-year starter. Strong leg on kickoffs that has improved steadily throughout his career. Forced a touchback on over 75 percent of his kickoffs in 2013. Has the leg to attempt...Show More Summary
Ministers in Cairo renew commitment to give $100m in monthly aid after Israel announces partial freeze in contacts.
Illegal Pig Farming in Cairo's 'Garbage City'
The court in Cairo was condemned by human rights groups for imposing jail sentences on men accused of dressing in women's clothing and attending "deviant" parties
CAIRO (AP) — Women activists say they won a major step forward with Egypt's new constitution, which enshrined greater rights for women. But months after its passage, they're worrying whether those rights will be implemented or will turn out to be merely ink on paper.
Armed group had held more than 50 Egyptian trucks in Libya's northeast to protest against prosecutions by Cairo.
[Read it here before Peter Tompa "observes" it] As part of US support for Egypt's current military government, a top US cultural official will soon be headed to Cairo to discuss pending US import restrictions on antiquities from Egypt:Assistant...Show More Summary
This is a post by David Dotlich, Chairman and CEO of Pivot Leadership. He is a co-author of The Unfinished Leader: Balancing Contradictory Answers to Unsolvable Problems with Peter Cairo and Cade Cowan. To be a leader today in almost...Show More Summary
Three explosions rocked Egypt’s capital city on Wednesday raising the terrifying prospect that deadly IEDs will destroy the country’s fledgling democratic process.
Abdel al-Sisi is set to become Egypt's next president - but he will inherit ongoing crises in employment, security and energy, reports Rachel Williamson from Cairo