Egypt

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Constitution and revolution

By Julia Thompson
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Egypt | Egyptians prepare to celebrate Revolution Day, and ponder the country’s future

Just say yes

By Jamie Dean
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Egypt | Egyptian voters overwhelmingly pass a new constitution, but worries persist over the country’s future

Egyptians embrace new constitution

By Jamie Dean
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Egypt | Voters overwhelmingly approve a constitutional referendum as the country’s top military leader ponders the presidency

Globe Trot: Jobs and quantifiable prosperity in Haiti

By Mindy Belz
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International | HAITI: I’m wrapping up nearly a week in Haiti looking at what works for Haitians in an aid-saturated economy. The good news is some efforts are…

New year, new referendum for Egypt

By Julia Thompson
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Egypt | As Egyptians prepare to vote on a new constitution, many wonder how much power words can wield

Beyond the problems and protests in Egypt

By Julia Thompson
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Egypt | A newcomer to Cairo realizes her temporary home offers much more than the violence Westerners see on TV

Waiting on the platform

By Mindy Belz
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Egypt | Egypt’s trains are running again, and Sara Labib is ready for her country’s future

Globe Trot: Defiant Morsi rejects Egyptian court’s jurisdiction

By Mindy Belz
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International | EGYPT: The trial of former President Mohamed Morsi opened this morning with Morsi’s defiant rejection of the court’s jurisdiction. The deposed leader…

Egypt aid debate continues

By J.C. Derrick
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Egypt | Lawmakers grill Obama administration officials on the decision to cut military assistance

Gunmen attack Cairo Christians

By Jamie Dean
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Egypt | Assailants attack a wedding in the latest assault on the Christian minority

Aid fade

By J.C. Derrick
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Egypt | The cutback in assistance to Egypt may reduce U.S. influence at a crucial time

Vandals attack Christian sites outside Cairo

By Nikolas Grosfield
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Egypt | While media attention has focused on Cairo, other Egyptian cities are also in tumult. Fayoum, southwest of Cairo and home to 1.5 million Egyptians and many…

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