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  • BBC News - Egypt in transition


    Collected news and analysis, features, profiles, videos and audio, along with
    interactive guides and maps to the 2011 revolution.

  • Islamist unrest in Egypt (2013–14) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Protests against the 2013 Egyptian coup d'état erupted in July 2013. Immediately
    following the removal of President Mohamed Morsi by the Egyptian Armed ...

  • Egypt unrest — RT Trends - RT.com


    Recent articles on Egypt unrest — US congressional leaders are considering
    withholding more than $1 billion in military support to Cairo after Egyptian courts

  • Egypt Unrest - Huffington Post


    EL-ARISH, Egypt (AP) — A roadside bomb exploded Tuesday near an armored
    police vehicle traveling in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula, killing 11 poli.

  • Egypt desperate to woo back visitors after years of unrest


    Feb 10, 2014 ... Egypt's tourism industry is battling to recover from what the tourism ... Egyptian
    resorts and heritage sites in 2013 by reports of civil unrest.

  • Egypt Unrest | Reuters.com


    Latest updates on the political upheaval in Egypt. ... Egypt Unrest ... Turkish
    President says armed intervention against civilians in Egypt is "completely ...

  • Egypt News - Latest News & Facts About Egypt - The New York Times


    Egypt, the most populous country in the Arab world, claims one of the world's
    oldest ... Widespread Middle East unrest in 2011 loosed grievances against the ...

  • Topic: Egypt unrest - The National


    CAIRO // The Islamic State of Iraq and ther Levant (ISIL), fighting to redraw the
    map of the Middle East, has been coaching Egypt's most dangerous militant
    group ...

  • 2 Muslim Brotherhood members killed as unrest sweeps Egypt ...


    Apr 14, 2014 ... (CNN) -- Unrest and dissension rolled across Egypt on Friday as authorities killed
    two Muslim Brotherhood members during a gunfight and ...

  • Egypt tourism hit by 95% decline in revenue with social unrest to ...


    Aug 30, 2014 ... The Egyptian government estimate that revenues have fallen by 95 per cent
    since the revolution, from £250 million to just £10.5 million.