CBS Says Reporter Logan Assaulted in Cairo

CBS Corp. television reporter Lara Logan, a correspondent for “60 Minutes,” was sexually assaulted while covering crowd reaction in Cairo to the fall of President Hosni Mubarak, the New York Post reported, citing a statement from the telvision network. Logan … read more

Worker protests cropping up across Cairo

Although political protests have wrapped up, thousands of state workers are now taking to the streets, demanding better wages and working conditions. In their latest decree, military council called on Egyptians to return to work for the sake of the … read more

16 airline companies cancel flights to and from Cairo

Sixteen international and regional airline companies canceled flights to and from Cairo due to high numbers of empty seats. Sources from Cairo International Airport said they were notified by 16 airline companies, including Middle East Airlines, Kuwaiti Airways, Emirates Airlines, … read more

Protesters call for Friday celebration march

The organisers of protests that toppled President Hosni Mubarak have called for a “march of victory” across Egypt on Friday, leading activist Khaled Abdelkader Ouda said on Sunday. “We salute the armed forces for their serious steps to meet the … read more