Tunisia president flees, other North African leaders are worried.
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.
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.
As Egyptians head to the polls today, many are already questioning the election’s legitimacy after incidents of intimidation and other abuses by the government of Hosni Mubarak.
Ahead of parliamentary elections, Egypt again cracks down on opposition groups.
Egypt’s shoot-to-kill policy along its border with Israel is questioned.
Few opposition parties heed call of Egypt’s most visible reform leader to boycott election.
But for many Egyptians, the cacophony of the call to prayer is the whole point.
As BP caps Gulf Coast leak, Egypt wrestles with response to its own spill.