As protests continue unabated, Mubarak takes step to set up successor.
Footage of the ‘Friday of Rage’ in Cairo, Egypt. Originally aired on January 28, 2011 on Global Post.
Security out in force after calls for 2nd day of protests against Hosni Mubarak.
Tunisia president flees, other North African leaders are worried.
Doctors, staff, and eyewitnesses at the Good Shepherd Hospital in Samalout say security forces shot tear gas inside the hospital when clashes erupted between Christians and police following a shooting of several Copts this week. Story originally published by Daily News Egypt on January 13, 2011.
Many Christians blame their government before terrorists for recent church bombing.
Tensions high in Egypt after 21 killed in bombing of Christians at a New Year’s Eve mass.
Old is new again in the ancient Egyptian city of Cairo. Jon Jensen navigates the streets of the ever-evolving metropolis, which is embracing the trappings of the modern world even as it seeks to preserve its past.
A bomb blast outside the All Saints Church in Alexandria killed 21 people today. Egypt’s government said the explosion was the result of a suicide bomb attack. Story originally published by Daily News Egypt on January 1, 2010.
Ancient and modern worlds converge in Cairo, the largest city in both Africa and the Middle East. Experience old-world charm and cosmopolitan chic along the banks of the Nile River.
An unprecedented five shark attacks have shut down Egypt’s most-popular tourist destination.
Gunfire erupts on the streets of Shubra as Egyptians head to the polls in the second round of the parliamentary elections. Story originally published December 3, 2010 by Daily News Egypt.