Despite Ruling, Egypt Holds Off on Ending Curfew

MAGGIE MICHAEL SARAH EL DEEB CAIRO (AP) — A court declared that Egypt’s 3-month-old state of emergency expired Tuesday, two days earlier than expected, but the military and security officials held off from implementing the ruling and lifting a nighttime curfew, amid worries that the Read More


Egypt Court Upholds Muslim Brotherhood Ban

by SARAH EL DEEB, Associated Press CAIRO (AP) — A court in Egypt upheld Wednesday an earlier ruling that banned the Muslim Brotherhood and ordered its assets confiscated, the state news agency reported. The decision moves forward the complicated process of the government taking control Read More


Egyptian Minister Postpones Dissolution of the Muslim Brotherhood

[The Washington Post] CAIRO — An Egyptian minister said Tuesday that the government would “postpone” the court-ordered dissolution of the Muslim Brotherhood, according to the state-run Middle East News Agency. The statement comes after an obscure court issued a sweeping but legally questionable decision Monday Read More