When Egyptian Hanna Fathy looks at the pink paste that collects in a bucket under his sink, he doesn’t see trash, he sees a source of renewable power. Story originally published December 2, 2011 by Global Post.
As polls close, Egypt closes in on democracy
Confident Egyptians say election was drastic departure from the Mubarak era. But tensions linger.
A parliamentary primer for Egypt
An inside look as Egyptians head to the polls.
Egypt’s First Female President?
Egyptian activist Bothaina Kamel could be her country’s first female president – she says she’s running to give voice to the many women who participated in Egypt’s revolution. Story originally published by GlobalPost on November 28, 2011.
Egypt protests continue despite military concessions
Street battles underscore abuse of authority by police forces in Egypt.
Protests rock Egypt’s capital for third day
Police and military appeared unable Monday to quell growing anger.
Egyptian security and protesters clash for second day
Crowds of demonstrators demanded an end to military rule in Egypt.
Egyptian security clash with protesters in Tahrir Square
Police forces tear gas demonstrators from Cairo’s city center.
Egypt election: Signs of fraud, vote-buying and corruption
Concerns of election fraud and security cast doubt on Egypt’s upcoming vote.
Mahmoud Salem: from “douchebag” to politician?
An irreverent activist blogger tries to take his popularity to parliament.
Israeli-American ‘spy’ released by Egypt
Prisoner swap may ease tensions between Israel and Egypt. Egypt’s tourism industry certainly hopes so.
Egypt erupts in violence
Egypt’s military blames sectarian clashes for Cairo’s recent violence. Everyone else blames the military.