Topic: Omar Suleiman
Events in Egypt are moving so fast, with so much information, speculation, and disinformation flying around, that I'm going to take another shot at live blogging. The key takeaway from today (Jan. 30) so far is that the military continues to tolerate protests, and protesters have not in any way been mollified by Hosni Mubarak's shuffling of his cabinet and appointment of his first-ever vice president, Omar Suleiman.
01/30/2011 12:34 pm
From New York to San Francisco, thousands of Egyptians and their supporters demonstrated against the regime of Hosni Mubarak. Meanwhile, Obama administration officials met to plan their next steps.
01/29/2011 04:49 pm
In Cairo's Tahrir Square Saturday, protesters said President Mubarak's appointment of a vice president and prime minister wasn't enough, and expressed confidence that momentum was on their side.
01/29/2011 04:09 pm
If the Egypt protesters succeed in driving Hosni Mubarak from power, moments like this will be remembered as crucial.
01/29/2011 10:37 am
In recent weeks, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's authoritarian government has allowed posters with the slogan 'Gamal Mubarak: dream of the poor' to be posted around Cairo.
09/14/2010 02:26 pm
Israel worked with Egyptian officials to divert the Libya aid ship bound for Gaza, using not only military deterrence but also intensive diplomacy.
07/15/2010 01:07 pm
Egypt's president Hosni Mubarak has been in office for 28 years. With a 2011 election looming, many say his son Gamal is being groomed for an uncontested handover despite his unpopularity.
03/02/2010 01:57 pm
Officials of the Palestinian group also indicate a prisoner swap, including Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, is in the works.
02/13/2009 12:00 am
Palestinian officials met in Egypt Tuesday to hammer out possible terms for a six-month truce between the Islamist militants and Israel.
04/30/2008 01:00 am
Cairo is working hard for a cease-fire, partly to curb Iran's growing clout.
03/21/2008 01:00 am
Meeting in Cairo fails to mend the divide between President Abbas and Hamas over Gaza border.
01/31/2008 12:00 am