Egypt’s first post-Mubarak presidential contest is in turmoil. Ursula Lindsey reports from Alexandria.
Ursula Lindsey is a writer who has been living in Cairo since 2003.
Egypt may finally be forced to address the status of its long-neglected native nomads, reports Ursula Lindsey.
The Islamist-dominated Parliament in Egypt opens its first session as protests continue, writes Ursula Lindsey in Cairo.
Court sides with the female Egyptian protester arrested and subjected to "degradation and humiliation."
El Nour, the political party of the Salafis, the ultra-orthodox extreme of Islam, won a quarter of the vote in Egypt’s last elections, success that alarmed even the conservative Muslim Brotherhood.
Corrupt and brutal, Egypt’s police are fighting for survival, writes Ursula Lindsey.
Early results show voters favored the moderate Islamist Nahda party
Tunisians go to the polls to cast the Arab Spring’s first democratic votes. Ursula Lindsey reports.
Egypt's largest minority, the oppressed Copts, were killed in clashes with the military as violence wracked the country.
In Egypt’s trial of the century, prosecution witnesses sound like they’re testifying for the former dictator’s defense. Ursula Lindsey on a case full of holes.