Tag: Egypt

Egypt Soccer Riot Adds Fuel to Egypt’s Insecurity Embers

Egypt Soccer Riot

Egypt Soccer Riot Al-Masry Soccer Fans Attack Al-Alhy Fans aka Ultras If you have not heard about the Egypt soccer riot yet, than perhaps it is about time you do.  The AP reported it as a narrow stadium exit, but

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Finally Steps Down After 18 Days Of Unrest:

After 18 days of protests, fighting and political unrest, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak had announced that he is stepping down after three decades as the country’s leader—a move which greatly changes the landscape of the Arab world. Omar Suleiman, President

Hundreds Of Thousands Of Egyptians Rallying For Mubarak To Go

Egyptians Rallying For Mubarak To stepdown

On the 11th day of the massive protests that have triggered a revolution and put Egypt on front pages around the world, a crowd measuring in the hundreds of thousands marched peacefully in Cairo of Friday, past patient soldiers, to

Studying Abroad In Egypt? Bad Idea.

Studying In Egypt, Bad Idea

Due to the anti-government protests throughout the major cities in Egypt, the related chaos has prompted governments in the United States, China, Japan and Canada, among others to send planes and set up help to get tourists out of there.

As chaos In Egypt Grows, Oil Prices Rise:

On Monday, as financial markets continued to watch the escalating chaos unfold in Egypt, and aided by the news reports concerning the American economy, the prices and stocks for crude oil rose. The price for crude oil rose 3.19 percent

Mubarak Hangs On As Protester Defy Authority

Egyptians protest in front of an army tank in central Cairo

Protesters continue to defy requests from President Hosni Mubarak to adhere to a nationwide curfew. National outcry calls for an end to his 30 year rule. Led by retired diplomat Mohamed ElBaradei and the Muslim Brotherhood, opponents of Mubarak rallied