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  • 30 in Outlawed Group Arrested in Egypt Open this result in new window
    Los Angeles Times - 2 hours, 31 minutes ago
    CAIRO, Egypt -- Egyptian police arrested 30 members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood on Sunday, police said. Most of the detainees were students of Helwan University, said a police official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.

  • Egypt police detain 30 Islamists Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 05 4:34 AM
    Thirty members of Egypt's opposition Muslim Brotherhood, mostly students, have been detained in Cairo's southern suburbs, security sources and the movement's website have said.

  • 30 in Outlawed Group Arrested in Egypt Open this result in new window
    phillyburbs.com - 2 hours, 31 minutes ago
    CAIRO, Egypt - Egyptian police arrested 30 members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood on Sunday, police said.

  • Unrest grows in Egypt Open this result in new window
    Kansas City Star - Nov 05 12:03 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt | Tensions between the Egyptian government and a powerful Islamist opposition force spilled onto university campuses last week.

  • 30 in outlawed group arrested in Egypt Open this result in new window
    Boston Globe - 2 hours, 5 minutes ago
    Egyptian police arrested 30 members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood on Sunday, police said. Most of the detainees were students of Helwan University, said a police official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media. The official said they were suspected of illegal activities but did not give specifics.

  • Egypt condemns Israeli offensive in northern Gaza Open this result in new window
    People's Daily - Nov 04 7:06 PM
    Egypt strongly condemned the continued Israeli offensive in northern Gaza town of Beit Hanun on Saturday, warning the offensive would further complicate the situation.

  • Egypt says dismayed over Israeli actions in Gaza Open this result in new window
    AlertNet - Nov 04 6:33 AM
    Source: Reuters CAIRO, Nov 4 (Reuters) - Egypt's Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit said on Saturday he was dismayed at what he called Israel's excessive use of force in a four-day military offensive in the Gaza ...

  • 3,000 Pounds of TNT Seized in Egypt Open this result in new window
    Los Angeles Times - Nov 03 4:13 PM
    EL ARISH, Egypt -- Egyptian police on Friday found more than 3,000 pounds of explosives buried in two caches in the Sinai desert, one of them near the Palestinian-controlled Gaza Strip, security officials said.

  • RUSSIA OFFERS MiG-29 TO EGYPT Open this result in new window
    Middle East Newsline - Nov 04 2:37 AM
    MOSCOW [MENL] -- Egypt has been examining a Russian offer to sell the advanced MiG-29 fighter-jet. Russian industry sources said Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has been briefed on the offer of advanced aircraft to Cairo.

  • You don't need a title to be successful leader Open this result in new window
    The Arizona Republic - 41 minutes ago
    Back in 1977, Menachem Begin became prime minister of Israel. He was curious about a visit my friend Gordy Zacks had made to Egypt a year earlier. Back then, it was nearly impossible for Jewish-Americans like Gordy to gain access to Egypt. Begin thought Gordy might have useful insight into the thinking of mainstream Egyptians.

  • Egypt detains 29 people in crackdown on Islamists Open this result in new window
    AlertNet - Nov 05 7:48 AM
    Source: Reuters CAIRO, Nov 5 (Reuters) - Egyptian authorities, engaged in a crackdown on Islamist opposition, detained 29 people before dawn on Sunday, all but seven of them members of the Muslim Brotherhood, ...

  • New Egypt breaks through Open this result in new window
    Asbury Park Press - Nov 04 1:31 AM
    New Egypt erupted for 487 yards of total offense led by running back Langston Lacroix's 206 yards rushing on 24 carries, as the Warriors defeated Riverside, 40-6, Friday night.

  • Egypt lifts overnight rates Open this result in new window
    AME Info - Nov 03 7:22 PM
    Egypt's central bank has raised its overnight deposit and lending rates to 8.5% and 10.5% respectively, both up 0.5%, Reuters reported.

  • Egypt seizes 600kg of TNT Open this result in new window
    Independent Online - Nov 05 6:02 AM
    A search of the village of Al-Rifan has reportedly yieled a cache of 600kg of TNT explosives.

  • Egypt police find 2 tons explosives in Sinai Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo!7 News - Nov 03 10:36 AM
    ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) - Egyptian police found more than 2 tons (4,400 lbs) of explosives in three caches in the Sinai peninsula on Friday, police sources said.

  • Egypt police find 2 tonnes explosives in Sinai Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore News - Nov 03 10:13 AM
    ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) - Egyptian police found more than 2 tonnes (4,400 lbs) of explosives in three caches in the Sinai peninsula on Friday, police sources said.

  • Egypt police find 2 tonnes explosives in Sinai Open this result in new window
    AlertNet - Nov 03 10:19 AM
    Source: Reuters (updates with two more caches found) ISMAILIA, Egypt, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Egyptian police found more than 2 tonnes (4,400 lbs) of explosives in three caches in the Sinai peninsula on Friday, ...

  • Elissa number one in Egypt Open this result in new window
    Al Bawaba - Nov 03 1:36 PM
    Lebanese singer Elissa has conquered the number one spot in the summer album competition in Egypt, which is considered the worst summer the music world has witnessed due to the different circumstances that hit the region like the disastrous Israeli raids on Lebanon.

  • Students mummify fryers to learn about Egypt Open this result in new window
    The Record-Courier - Nov 05 6:01 AM
    Ordinary fryer chickens will have the chance to live on in eternity. Or at least until they smell so bad they get thrown out with the garbage.

  • Nuclear Tech Race Is On In Middle East Open this result in new window
    Slashdot - Nov 05 11:19 AM
    CaroKann writes "The TimesOnline is reporting that six Middle Eastern nations have announced interest in developing nuclear technology. The nations involved are Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, the UAE and Saudi Arabia, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency. The Middle East Economic Digest states that most of these nations are interested in developing nuclear technology for the

  • 10-CARAT FIBBER Open this result in new window
    New York Post - Nov 05 2:36 AM
    WHOM does Kevin Federline think he's kidding? The kept hubby of Britney Spears says promoting his new CD has put him "a couple of hundred grand in debt." But K-Fed's cry didn't sit well with Egypt and Ashy, who interviewed him on their Power 105.1...

  • Institute For OneWorld Health Awarded $46 Million Grant To Combat Diarrheal Disease Open this result in new window
    Medical News Today - Nov 05 12:08 PM
    The Institute for OneWorld Health (iOWH) announced today that it has been awarded a grant of $46 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to expand its unique research on new treatments to complement traditional approaches for fighting diarrhea. The announcement was made at Forum 10, the Global Forum for Health Research's annual meeting in Cairo, Egypt. [click link for full article]

  • Alleged Attacks Set Off Dispute in Egypt Open this result in new window
    Los Angeles Times - Nov 02 12:43 PM
    CAIRO, Egypt -- Alleged mob attacks on women during last week's Islamic holiday have set off a political dispute involving President Hosni Mubarak's regime.

  • Egypt and weapons smuggling / Empty promises to prevent 'Hamastan' Open this result in new window
    Haaretz Daily - Nov 03 1:38 AM
    What is the best proof that Egypt is taking action against smugglers of weapons and explosives from the Sinai into the Gaza Strip to militant organizations? Security experts in Israel say it is the number of smugglers arrested, and the number of those charged with smuggling arms.

  • Presidents of Russia, Egypt Hold Talks Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! Finance - Nov 02 9:14 AM
    Russian President Vladimir Putin met with his Egyptian counterpart Hosni Mubarak Thursday, saying that Egypt should be encouraged to play a bigger role in Middle East peacemaking and voicing hope for the development of bilateral economic ties.

  • China increases global clout with stronger African ties Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - 21 minutes ago
    China's weekend summit with Africa marked a key milestone in its global emergence, giving it more leverage against the West and setting it up for more oil and other trade deals, analysts said.

  • PA WEAPONS ENTER THROUGH EGYPTIAN PORT Open this result in new window
    Middle East Newsline - Nov 05 3:52 AM
    TEL AVIV [MENL] -- Israel has determined that Iranian-financed weapons to the Palestinian Authority flow through a port in Egypt. Israeli officials said many of the weapons ordered by the Hamas-led PA and aligned insurgency groups stem from Sudan's Darfour region.

  • TREASURES OF ANCIENT EGYPT Open this result in new window
    The Oregonian - Nov 04 11:58 PM
    2006 The Oregonian. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

  • Lacroix sees running room in New Egypt win Open this result in new window
    phillyburbs.com - Nov 04 7:18 AM
    Special to the BCT - Langston Lacroix says when his mom attends a football game, she's so nervous when he runs the ball she closes her eyes.

  • ISB celebrates Ancient Egypt Day Open this result in new window
    Borneo Bulletin - Nov 03 12:51 AM
    Children in a group photo with their teacher. Photo Courtesy Of ISB Year 3 children of International School Brunei on Wednesday held an "Ancient Egypt Day" as a way to celebrate the end of their unit of work, according to a press release.

  • Egypt and Russia strengthen ties Open this result in new window
    BBC News - Nov 02 3:23 AM
    The presidents of Russia and Egypt say their relations are blossoming, and expressed hopes for improved trade ties after a meeting in Moscow.

  • China, Africa sign deals worth 1.9 billion dollars Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Finance - Nov 04 9:25 PM
    China has signed trade deals with 10 African nations worth 1.9 billion dollars, with the biggest contract involving aluminium production in Egypt, a Chinese official said as a summit ended here.

  • DIFF banner travels to Eygpt, Morocco and Tunisia Open this result in new window
    AME Info - Nov 05 4:22 AM
    To provide the third edition of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) with further impetus and enhance the event's synergy with film festivals in the Middle East and North Africa region, organizers have launched a series of regional roadshows in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia.

  • U.S. ends first stage of women's volleyball worlds with win Open this result in new window
    USA Today - Nov 05 6:09 PM
    The United States beat Puerto Rico in straight sets Sunday to finish the first stage of the women's world volleyball championships on a high note. The Americans bounced back from Saturday's loss to tournament favorite Brazil to win their fourth match 25-14, 25-16, 25-15 and finish second in Group C.

  • Posted: 02-11-2006 , 10:54 GMT Open this result in new window
    Mena Report - Nov 05 12:33 AM
    The smuggling industry from Egypt into the Gaza Strip has represented for some years an extremely profitable practice for a small group of families, mainly in the Rafah area. Some estimate the amount of dollars exchanged by local smugglers to be in the millions.

  • 3,000 Pounds of TNT Seized in Egypt Open this result in new window
    ABC News - Nov 03 4:11 PM
    Egyptian Police Seize 3,000 Pounds of TNT Buried in Sinai Desert, Most of It Near Gaza

  • Dubai based Al Futtaim Group unveils LE 20 billion Cairo Festival City project Open this result in new window
    Zawya - Nov 05 3:30 AM
    05 November 2006 At Egypt Invest Conference Al-Futtaim Group Real Estate chief affirmed Dubai-based real estate developer's long-term commitment to Egypt.

  • U.S. encourages Egypt to develop peaceful nuclear energy: spokesman Open this result in new window
    People's Daily - Nov 02 6:34 PM
    The United States encourages the development of peaceful nuclear energy by responsible states, including Egypt, State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said on Thursday.

  • Today in history - Nov. 6 Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Nov 05 4:00 PM
    Today is Monday, Nov. 6, the 310th day of 2006. There are 55 days left in the year.

  • Dubai based Al Futtaim Group unveils LE 20 billion Cairo Festival City project Open this result in new window
    AME Info - Nov 04 9:07 PM
    At Egypt Invest Conference Al-Futtaim Group Real Estate chief affirms Dubai-based real estate developer's long-term commitment to Egypt.

  • Russia to bid for nuclear energy projects in Egypt: official Open this result in new window
    People's Daily - Nov 02 6:19 PM
    Russia plans to join a tender to build nuclear power plants in Egypt, a Russian official said on Thursday.

  • Cougars' patience rewarded Open this result in new window
    Millington Appeal - Nov 05 2:39 AM
    The Munford faithful have patiently waited for nine years to see their Cougars make it back to the playoffs, and Friday night they were not disappointed as Munford overwhelmed Raleigh-Egypt, 46-12, in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs at Munford.

  • China, Africa sign deals worth $1.9bn Open this result in new window
    iafrica.com - Nov 04 11:16 PM
    China on Sunday signed trade deals with 10 African nations worth $1.9-billion, with the biggest contract involving aluminium production in Egypt, a Chinese official said as a summit ended in Beijing.

  • The Children of the High Dam Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Nov 03 8:15 PM
    ASWAN, Egypt Ilham Shary had a sense of awe as he stood atop a towering memorial overlooking the Aswan High Dam. Before him meandered the Nile, the world's longest river, harnessed into a canal. Behind was Lake Nasser, the largest man-made reservoir. And as he gazed at the dam under a searing sun,...

  • 'Tutankhamen' started museums on quest for blockbuster Open this result in new window
    The Oregonian - Nov 05 12:28 AM
    "The Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt" may be one of the biggest and broadest-reaching Egyptian art shows ever. But it owes its existence to a boy king.

  • MIDDLE EAST: MIDDLE EAST: Weekly round-up Number 98 for 27 October- 2 November 2006 Open this result in new window
    AlertNet - Nov 05 5:48 AM
    Source: IRIN CONTENTS: EGYPT: Seventh bird flu death confirmed EGYPT-OPT: Gaza's medical lifeline cut by border closures EGYPT: Urban poor turn to the street to make a living

  • Photography from late 19th century is treasure in itself Open this result in new window
    The Oregonian - Nov 05 12:28 AM
    If priceless antiquities like those on view in "The Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt" aren't a big enough artistic contribution to world civilization, it also happens that the North African nation plays a direct role in one of photography's first golden ages.

  • InterContinental Hotels Group announces new GM for Taba Heights Resort Open this result in new window
    AME Info - Nov 04 11:07 PM
    InterContinental Hotels Group, the world's most global hotel operator, has appointed Franck Naulleau as the General Manager for the new InterContinental Resort Taba Heights, Egypt.

  • Mounting exhibit proves as monumental as treasures Open this result in new window
    The Oregonian - Nov 05 12:28 AM
    Before a single ticket is sold for "The Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt" at the Portland Art Museum, staffers had to clear a series of hurdles nearly as long as the Nile. (OK, maybe not quite that long.)

  • Cheers and jeers as Mideast torn over Saddam verdict Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 05 1:18 PM
    Saddam Hussein's death sentence drew an outpouring of vengeful glee from the ousted Iraqi leader's Middle East foes and muted discontent from Sunni radicals.

  • China, Africa ink controversial trade deals Open this result in new window
    CNN Money - Nov 05 12:31 PM
    $1.9 billion for expressways in Nigeria, phones in Ghana and more but critics say Beijing is exploiting the continent.

  • Saturday, Nov 04, 2006 Open this result in new window
    Knight-Ridder Washington Bureau - Nov 04 1:13 PM
    CAIRO, Egypt - Tensions between the Egyptian government and a powerful Islamist opposition force spilled onto university campuses last week with clashes that erupted when security forces barred some candidates from running for student elections.

  • Can't-miss treasures Open this result in new window
    The Oregonian - Nov 05 12:28 AM
    It's a lot of Egyptian art to take in. Starting Nov. 5, the Portland Art Museum hosts "The Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt." The extravaganza features 107 pieces of sculpture, decorative objects and funerary art, including a re-creation of an Egyptian tomb.

  • Middle East divided over Saddam verdict Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Nov 05 12:15 PM
    The Middle East was sharply divided over the death sentence against Saddam Hussein, with views often colored by their feelings toward the United States.

  • China, Africa sign $1,9bn-worth of deals Open this result in new window
    Mail and Guardian - Nov 04 9:28 PM
    China on Sunday signed trade deals with 10 African nations worth $1,9-billion, with the biggest contract involving aluminium production in Egypt, a Chinese official said as the China-Africa summit ended in Beijing.

  • US assails key ally Egypt's jailing of Sadat nephew Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 01 11:18 AM
    The United States strongly criticised the imprisonment in Egypt of slain president Anwar Sadat's nephew on charges of defaming the army by implicating it in his uncle's assassination.

  • US assails Egypt's jailing of Sadat nephew Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 01 10:02 AM
    The United States strongly criticized the imprisonment in Egypt of slain president Anwar Sadat's nephew on charges of defaming the army by implicating it in his uncle's assassination.

  • U.S. praises Iraqi judges Open this result in new window
    International Herald Tribune - Nov 05 1:44 PM
    The White House said Sunday that Saddam Hussein's conviction by an Iraqi court of crimes against humanity showed that Iraq's judiciary was independent.

  • ISB Celebrates Ancient Egypt Day Open this result in new window
    BruDirect.com - Nov 02 5:10 PM
    Bandar Seri Begawan - Year 3 children of International School Brunei on Wednesday held an "Ancient Egypt Day" as a way to celebrate the end of their unit of work, according to a press release.

  • Malaysia Wants Muslim Countries to Aid Poor Islamic Nations Open this result in new window
    Bloomberg.com - Nov 05 4:16 PM
    Nov. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi called on the Muslim world to help poorer Islamic countries by bridging the urban-rural divide, improving trade ties and improving their share of the global economy.

  • Fave Brazil blitzes U.S. at volleyball worlds Open this result in new window
    Sports Illustrated - Nov 05 6:45 AM
    Read full story for latest details.

  • China, Africa End Summit on Ties, Trade Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! Finance - Nov 05 4:45 PM
    China and Africa showed the potential in their burgeoning partnership, closing out a landmark summit by announcing hefty business deals and rebuffing criticisms that their relationship soft-pedals human rights and corruption concerns.

  • Cheers and jeers as Mideast torn over Saddam verdict Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 05 6:55 AM
    Saddam Hussein's death sentence has drawn an outpouring of vengeful glee among the ousted Iraqi despot's former foes in the Middle East and muted discontent from Sunni radicals.

  • Russia appreciates its relations with Egypt - Lavrov Open this result in new window
    Itar-Tass - Nov 02 9:40 AM
    MOSCOW, November 2 (Itar-Tass) -- Russia appreciates its relations with Egypt, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in Moscow at the beginning of a meeting with his Egyptian counterpart Ahmed Abul Gheit.

  • Iraqi Shiites, Kurds Rejoice on Verdict; Sunnis Mourn (Update1) Open this result in new window
    Bloomberg.com - Nov 05 5:32 PM
    Nov. 6 (Bloomberg) -- The death sentence given deposed Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein provoked reaction in Iraq that split along religious and ethnic lines, a reflection of the turmoil in the country.

  • China, Africa end summit with deals and aid pledge Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Nov 05 5:15 AM
    Chinese and African leaders wrapped up a summit on Sunday with deals worth $1.9 billion and assurances from Beijing it would not monopolize Africa's resources as it builds influence in the continent.

  • Egypt may assign 1 million square meters for Russian high-tech business Open this result in new window
    Interfax - Nov 02 5:18 AM
    MOSCOW. Nov 2 (Interfax-AVN) - Egypt is ready to assign one million square meters for Russian high-tech productions, Federal Industry Agency head Boris Alyoshin said on Thursday, referring to the Egyptian special economic zone offer to Russia.

  • China, Africa set up new partnership, sign trade deals Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 05 4:20 AM
    China and Africa have signed trade deals worth 1.9 billion dollars on the final day of a historic summit that saw the Asian giant deepen economic and political ties with the resource-rich continent.

  • Israel's 'Autumn Clouds' campaign darkens Gaza border Open this result in new window
    The Christian Science Monitor - Nov 05 3:33 PM
    The stepped-up effort to protect Israelis from rocket attacks has killed some 50 Palestinians.

  • Africans are already facing climate change Open this result in new window
    The Christian Science Monitor - Nov 05 3:32 PM
    Is Darfur the first climate-change conflict? In Kenya, a UN meeting begins Monday to set new fossil-fuel emissions targets.

  • Taiwan, Serbia-Montenegro spring surprise at volleyball champs Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 05 4:31 AM
    Taiwan continued to spark surprise at the women's world volleyball championships, notching up their fifth straight win to finish top in their group. Serbia and Montenegro also finished top of their group after powering past Turkey.

  • The folly of jailing genocide deniers Open this result in new window
    The Christian Science Monitor - Nov 05 3:31 PM
    Democracy's test: Do we tolerate a view that it is thoroughly repulsive?

  • Six Arab States Want Nuclear Power Open this result in new window
    Fox 6 News San Diego - Nov 04 9:55 AM
    The IAEA said Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates all expressed interest in obtaining the technology to provide nuclear-powered energy to citizens.

  • Field hockey spotlight: Lindsay Rajeski, New Egypt Open this result in new window
    phillyburbs.com - Nov 02 5:29 AM
    If someone were making a field hockey player from the ground up, the result might look like New Egypt High School defender Lindsay Rajeski.

  • China, Africa adopt new strategic partnership Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 05 2:44 AM
    The leaders of China and 48 African nations have pledged to form a new strategic partnership aimed at deepening their political and economic ties, as they ended their two-day summit here.

  • Denmark 'Egypt's foe', says poll Open this result in new window
    BBC News - Nov 01 11:53 AM
    Denmark is Egypt's worst enemy after Israel, a poll conducted by an Egyptian government agency indicates.

  • US And Canada At Odds Over High Tech Exports by John C.K. Daly UPI International Correspondent Washington (UPI) Nov 03,  Open this result in new window
    Space War - Nov 05 6:02 PM
    A dispute is brewing between the United States and Canada over American export controls on sensitive military technology.

  • Iran Fires First Longer-Range Missiles In War Games Tehran (AFP) Nov 2, 2006 Open this result in new window
    Space War - Nov 05 6:00 PM
    Iran fired its longer-range Shahab-3 ballistic missile for the first time Thursday as it began 10 days of war games amid a mounting standoff with the West over its nuclear program, official media said.

  • Living out of their vehicles Open this result in new window
    Gulf News - Nov 04 12:23 PM
    Dubai: Spending over four hours a day in his car has become routine for Nasser Fati, 41, from Egypt. Not being able to see his family has also become normal, but is something he says he simply cannot get used to.

  • Israel, Denmark are Egypt's worst enemies Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 01 2:29 AM
    Israel and Denmark are Egypt's worst enemies, according to a poll measuring Egyptian attitudes to various countries published this week by a government body.

  • Egypt ready to provide free economic zone for Russia business Open this result in new window
    Itar-Tass - Nov 02 3:25 AM
    MOSCOW, November 2 (Itar-Tass) - The broadening of relations with Egypt is one of priorities in Russias foreign policy, President Vladimir Putin said at his talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Thursday.

  • Egypt Plans to Create Free Economic Zones for Russian Companies Open this result in new window
    Mosnews - Nov 02 6:06 AM
    Egypt intends to set up free economic zones for Russian companies, the countrys President Hosni Mubarak said on Thursday, Nov. 2, after a meeting in Moscow with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

  • China, Africa sign deals worth 1.9 billion dollars Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Nov 05 12:46 AM
    Chinese businesses are set to extend their reach even more deeply into Africa following the announcement at a summit of trade deals worth 1.9 billion dollars.

  • Uganda: Egypt Donates Shs219m for Upgrading Ggaba Landing Site Open this result in new window
    AllAfrica.com - Nov 03 1:41 PM
    GGABA landing site, one of the busy landings in the outskirts of Kampala city, is to undergo rehabilitation.

  • Egypt: MP Jailed in Latest Attack on Free Expression Open this result in new window
    AlertNet - Nov 03 9:48 AM
    Source: Human Rights Watch (Cairo, November 4, 2006) An Egyptian military court's conviction of an opposition parliamentarian for criticizing the armed forces is the latest attack in the government's crackdown on free ...

  • Egypt offers economic incentives to Russian firms Open this result in new window
    Russian Information Agency Novosti - Nov 02 4:01 AM
    MOSCOW, November 2 (RIA Novosti) - Egypt intends to set up free economic zones for Russian companies, the country's president said Wednesday after a meeting in Moscow with his Russian counterpart.

  • Posted: 06-11-2006 , 04:27 GMT Open this result in new window
    Al Bawaba - 1 hour, 17 minutes ago
    Sources have revealed that prominent Egyptian pop-star Amr Diab is secretly seeing a popular cardiologist on a weekly basis.

  • US assails Egypt's jailing of Sadat's nephew Open this result in new window
    Independent Online - Nov 02 2:41 AM
    The United States strongly criticised has strongly criticised the imprisonment in Egypt of slain president Anwar Sadat's nephew, Talat Sadat, for comments he made about his uncle's 1981 assassination.

  • Presidents of Russia and Egypt to meet in Moscow Open this result in new window
    RosBusinessConsulting - Nov 02 12:15 AM
    RBC, 02.11.2006, Moscow 10:21:45. President Vladimir Putin of Russia will hold talks today with President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt in the Kremlin today, where the two presidents are expected to look at the trade and economic, and nuclear cooperation.

  • Striking a fantastic blow on behalf of the magic of words Open this result in new window
    Calendarlive.com - Nov 04 5:14 AM
    AS cultural icons go, libraries have had it tough. When they're not being razed, like the great library in Alexandria, Egypt, or sacked, like the ancient one in Baghdad by the Mongols, they're beset by prudish people who'd pick the shelves clean of whatever offends them this week. Pity the poor children in whose name these battles are often waged.

  • Malaysian Mothers Get a Better Deal During Childbirth Open this result in new window
    RedNova - 27 minutes ago
    By R.S. Kamini KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has one of the lowest maternal death rates in the developing world. And it was one of quickest to bring down the number of deaths after childbirth.

  • Beijing Summit concludes, some African leaders stay for meetings, exchanges Open this result in new window
    People's Daily - 2 hours, 26 minutes ago
    The majority of African leaders are still in Beijing Monday for high-level talks, meetings and further exchanges, after a high-profile summit concluded and two landmark documents were inked Sunday afternoon.

  • Chinese firms sign 16 contracts worth $1.9bn with Africa Open this result in new window
    Independent Online - 4 minutes ago
    Chinese companies yesterday signed 16 contracts with 11 African nations to buy minerals and build infrastructure, making up the country's biggest investments on the continent.

  • The Price of UN Indecision Over Iran: A Nuclear Arms Race Open this result in new window
    Blogcritics.org - Nov 04 9:02 AM
    In the light on the obviously ineffective nuclear negotiations with Iran, six other Arab states decided they want to be nuclear powers: Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, UAE, and Saudi Arabia all have announced plans to start working on nuclear technology. The implication is that this "peaceful" research, well within the "sovereign rights" of these nations, will be used for nuclear weapons.

  • 1.00pm Monday November 6, 2006 By Steve Bloomfield Open this result in new window
    The New Zealand Herald - 2 hours, 32 minutes ago
    NAIROBI - The devastating impact of climate change, mainly caused by the ever-ballooning carbon emissions from rich Western nations, will hit hardest in Africa, a new report has warned.

  • Exhibit shows 'greatest hits' of EGYPT Open this result in new window
    The Columbian - Nov 03 10:42 AM
    Thousands of years ago, the people of the Nile River delta fervently believed they would be reborn. The touring show in the Portland Art Museum from Nov. 5 through March 4, "The Quest for Immortality," demonstrates just how obsessed that ancient civilization became with death.

  • How Yale makes friends from around the world Open this result in new window
    The Yale Herald - 2 hours, 5 minutes ago
    Yale continues to expand its international programs in countries big and small.

  • World Fellows Open this result in new window
    The Yale Herald - 2 hours, 4 minutes ago
    These stand-out young leaders are raising eyebrows around the world. Now theyre in New Haven and want to give you a piece of the action.

  • Saddam Hussein gets death by hanging Open this result in new window
    NDTV - Nov 05 5:24 PM
    Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein has been sentenced to death by a trial court in Baghdad. Sixty-nine year-old Saddam has been found guilty of the mass murder of 148 Shi'ite villagers after an attempt on his life in the town of Dujail in 1982.

  • China not to impose its own mode of development on African countries: Chinese FM Open this result in new window
    People's Daily - Nov 05 4:04 PM
    China respects the choices of African countries, and will not impose its mode of development on African countries, said Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing on Sunday in Beijing.