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Egypt is facing political turmoil as thousands of protestors take to the streets demanding that President Hosni Mubarak resign. Even though the uprising is thousands of miles away, one Anchorage family is keeping a close eye the action. The Munro...
Tags: Armed Forces, Egypt, Defense, Hosni Mubarak, Human Interest
The chaos in Egypt has calmed down since protests earlier this month, but one Alaskan says there is still a lot of progress to be made. Michael Downey, a 21-year-old student at Western Washington University, is originally from Anchorage but is currently...
Tags: Alaska, Anchorage, Egypt, Washington (U.S. state), Hosni Mubarak
The Associated PressEgypt's vice president says Hosni Mubarak has resigned as president and handed control to the military. Car horns were heard around Cairo in celebration after Vice President Omar Suleiman made the announcement on national TV on Friday. "In these...
Tags: Armed Forces, Egypt, Defense, Elections, Hosni Mubarak
The Associated PressPresident Hosni Mubarak will meet the demands of protesters, military and ruling party officials said Thursday in the strongest indication yet that Egypt's longtime president may be about to give up power. The military's supreme council was meeting...
CAIRO — Artists and writers protesting in downtown Cairo are calling for the resignation of Culture Minister Alaa Abdel-Aziz amid accusations that the Islamist-led government is attempting to impose restrictions on the country’s art scene....
Tags: Artists, National Government, Egypt, Fine Artists, Mohamed Morsi
CAIRO — A battle over water has turned into a war of colorful rhetoric between Ethiopia and Egypt over the flow of the Nile, which begins in the African highlands but keeps Egypt from being swallowed entirely by desert. An ambitious Ethiopian...
Tags: Egypt, Ethiopia, Hosni Mubarak, Government, Africa
CAIRO — The convictions Tuesday of 19 Americans who worked for pro-democracy groups highlight Egypt's long-standing resistance to broadening freedoms in a country that has veered from secular autocratic rule to an increasingly restrictive Islamist-...
Tags: Frank R Wolf, Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, Defendants, Justice System
CAIRO — Egypt's 2011 uprising was often referred to as a youth revolution, but two years after longtime President Hosni Mubarak was forced out of office, many in the younger generation say they feel more politically isolated than ever. The country...
CAIRO — With temperatures climbing, Egyptians are taking to the streets and the Internet to protest daily power cuts that have paralyzed cities across the country and generated fresh anger at the embattled government. In a memo to the Cabinet, a...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Egypt, Mohamed Morsi
CAIRO — An American man was stabbed by an unidentified assailant outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo on Thursday, officials said. The reason for the attack was not immediately clear, though Egyptian officials said it did not appear to be politically...
Tags: U.S. Embassy, Egypt, Prosecution, Hosni Mubarak
What it is: A travel app designed for kids ages 3 to 7 that allows them to pack their bags and enjoy the travel season by exploring worldwide destinations like London, Cairo and Moscow. After kids learn how to pack a suitcase according to weather, they...
Tags: Family, Trips and Vacations, Travel
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