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  • Students get wrapped up in how Egypt made mummies Open this result in new window
    The Arizona Republic - 2 hours, 23 minutes ago
    For the last two weeks, Connolly Middle School have been studying ancient Egypt, specifically the practice of mummification, using cornish game hens purchased from a grocery store.

  • For 2 Saudis, a Hard Lesson in Egypt Open this result in new window
    Arab News - Sep 13 4:11 PM
    MANSOURAH, Egypt, 14 September 2006 Two Saudi medical students, Saleh Bahajlan and Khaled Al-Khoraisi, victims of a swindling scheme, have been released by Mansourah police after three days of detention, Al-Watan reported yesterday.

  • BG Prefers to Sell Gaza Gas to Egypt Open this result in new window
    Rigzone - Sep 13 1:19 PM
    BG Group (NYSE: BRG; LSE: BG) (British Gas) CEO Frank Chapman has reportedly told a meeting of the US-Egypt Chamber of Commerce that his company was in talks with the Egyptian government for the export to Egypt of gas from its offshore reserves in Gaza.

  • Marico enters hair-care market in Egypt Open this result in new window
    The Hindu - Sep 13 1:20 PM
    MUMBAI: Marico group has announced its entry into the Rs. 170 crore hair-care market in Egypt through the brand Fiancee, hitherto owned by the Egypt-based Ready group. The deal envisages acquisition of the brand by Marico as also direct ...

  • Marico forays into Egypt Open this result in new window
    NDTV Profit - Sep 13 4:08 AM
    Marico Ltd has entered into the hair-care market in Egypt through the brand 'Fiancee', owned by Egypt-based Ready Group. The deal involves acquisition of the brand by Marico and direct investment in Egypt.

  • Marico enters Egypt, acquires haircare brand Fiancee Open this result in new window
    Hindustan Times - Sep 13 6:25 AM
    FMCG major Marico Ltd on Wednesday said it has entered into the Rs 170 crore ($38 million ) haircare market in Egypt through the brand Fiancee, hitherto owned by Egypt-based Ready Group.

  • Marico enters Egypt, acquires hair care brand 'Fiancee' Open this result in new window
    New Kerala - Sep 13 3:44 AM
    Mumbai, Sep 13: FMCG major Marico Ltd today said it has entered into the Rs 170 crore (38 million dollar) hair- care market in Egypt through the brand 'Fiancee', hitherto owned by Egypt-based Ready Group.

  • Marico enters Egypt, buys hair care brand Fiancee Open this result in new window
    Business Standard India - Sep 13 2:40 AM
    Marico today announced the acquisition of hair care brand Fiancee, hitherto owned by Egypt-based Ready Group.

  • Citic to construct smelter in Egypt Open this result in new window
    International Herald Tribune - Sep 12 2:33 AM
    Citic Group, China's biggest state-run company, said it would build an $800 million aluminum smelter in Egypt, according to the Egyptian trade minister.

  • Egypt-Gaza power link opened Open this result in new window
    Middle East Times - Sep 12 3:55 AM
    RAFAH, Egypt -- A new link connecting the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah to the Egyptian power grid opened Monday as the Palestinians strive to end their dependence on Israel.

  • Shireen banned in Egypt Open this result in new window
    Al Bawaba - Sep 12 9:31 AM
    Egyptian singer Shireen Abdul Wahab has been banned from performing in Egypt, according to head of the Egyptian Musician Association, Hassan Abu Soud, who announced the drastic decision at a recent board of directors meeting.

  • egypt, china: Cairo seeks special trade relationship with Beijing Open this result in new window
    Monday Morning - Sep 12 7:52 AM
    Rashid last week made a six-day trade mission to China, where he sought to attract interest in Egypts strategic geographical location and its preferential trade agreements with Europe, Middle East and African countries.

  • Palestinians plotting Egypt attack? Open this result in new window
    WorldNet Daily - Sep 11 10:13 PM
    JERUSALEM Egypt is tracking a terror cell inside its country it says includes Palestinians from the Gaza Strip seeking to carry out a large scale attack in the Sinai desert, Egyptian security officials told WND.

  • BG prefers to sell Gaza gas to Egypt Open this result in new window
    Globes Online - Sep 13 9:42 AM
    BG CEO: This is the most profitable option for the company and the Palestinians.

  • NBE makes regional moves Open this result in new window
    AME Info - 1 hour, 0 minute ago
    The National Bank of Egypt is taking steps to expand operations in the region with the opening of a representative office in Dubai next week, according to Gulf News. It already has a connection with Dubai, being part of the Etisalat-led consortium which won a $3bn bid for Egypt's third mobile licence.

  • NBE to open new branches in UAE Open this result in new window
    Khaleej Times - 1 hour, 31 minutes ago
    ABU DHABI The National Bank of Egypt (NBE), will open three branches in the UAE this month in line with its policy to spread its operations in the Arab World.

  • Egypt seeks stronger trade ties with China Open this result in new window
    africast.com - Sep 11 9:11 AM
    BEIJING, September 11 -- Egypt is actively seeking stronger trade and investment ties with China and believes China can become Egypt's number one trading partner, over the next 10 years, overtaking traditional partners such as the United States, said Rachid Mohamed Rachid, Egypt's Minister of Trade and Industry.

  • Marico finds its Fiancee Open this result in new window
    The Telegraph - Sep 13 3:07 PM
    Mumbai, Sept. 13 : Marico Ltd has acquired Egypt-based Ready groups hair care brand Fiancee.

  • Egyptians bid farewell to promising player Wahab Open this result in new window
    People's Daily - Sep 13 5:48 PM
    Tens of thousands of Egyptians packed the Military Academy Stadium on Tuesday night to bid farewell to Egypt's promising player Mohamed Abdul-Wahab, who died during training on Aug. 31, local soccer website filgoal reported on Wednesday.

  • 2 Dead After Dredger Sinks in Suez Canal Open this result in new window
    Los Angeles Times - Sep 12 11:49 PM
    CAIRO, Egypt -- A dredging boat sank in the Suez Canal Wednesday, killing at least two people and injuring at least six others. About 50 people were aboard the dredger, which was working on deepening the canal from 66 feet to 72 feet deep when it sank around 3 a.m., police said.

  • Egypt urges Palestinian to set state borders before negotiations Open this result in new window
    africast.com - Sep 11 8:11 AM
    CAIRO, SEeptember 11 -- Egypt proposed a Middle East peace plan based on fixing in advance the borders and other details of a Palestinian state before setting up negotiations to turn the concept into a reality on the ground.

  • Gambia: U-23 Eye International Training Camp Open this result in new window
    AllAfrica.com - Sep 13 1:07 PM
    Plans are in high gear to get the national U-23 team flown out for an international training camp. The camp would serve as the final preparation ahead of the Gambia's second leg encounter against Egypt in the on-going Olympic qualifier matches.

  • NEWS BRIEFS Open this result in new window
    Meat News - Sep 13 9:47 AM
    News from Malaysia, France, Philippines, Wales, Italy, Ethiopia Vietnam, Egypt, and Europe. Malaysia is planning to produce Kobe beef from Japanese cattle breeds sourced in Australia, according to the Malaysian National News Agency. The demand for Kobe beef is growing.

  • Marico buys Egyptian co Fiancie Open this result in new window
    The Times of India - Sep 13 11:42 AM
    The Rs 1,150 crore Marico group on Wednesday acquired Egypt's hair-care market leader, Fiancie, from Ready group for an undisclosed consideration.

  • Two dead as Egyptian dredger sinks in Suez Canal Open this result in new window
    Middle East Times - Sep 13 6:41 AM
    ISMAILIYA, Egypt -- An Egyptian dredger sank in the Suez Canal before dawn Wednesday, leaving two crewmembers dead and two others missing, causing a temporary closure of the major international waterway.

  • Egypt: Preponderance of Corruption Leads to Poverty, Say Experts Open this result in new window
    AllAfrica.com - Sep 11 5:55 AM
    While Egypt faces a number of social dilemmas, including rampant unemployment and high levels of illiteracy, many analysts say that official corruption, more than any other factor, represents the root cause of poverty.

  • TAMIU business degree programs planned for Egypt, China Open this result in new window
    Laredo Morning Times - Sep 11 7:11 AM
    Texas A&M International University will soon be delivering programs in Egypt and China.Dan Jones, TAMIU provost and vice president for academic affairs, said the initiatives will feature programs offered by the College of Business Administration.

  • Egypt-Gaza power link opened in bid to cut out Israel Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Sep 11 11:38 AM
    A new link connecting the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah to the Egyptian power grid opened as the Palestinians strive to end their dependence on Israel.

  • Suez dredger sinking kills two Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News - Sep 13 12:25 AM
    ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) - An Egyptian dredger sank in the Suez Canal on Wednesday, killing two of the 45 crew and prompting a brief closure of the busy international waterway as rescuers searched for two others, officials said.

  • Africa: Three for Africa Tourney Open this result in new window
    AllAfrica.com - Sep 13 7:51 AM
    ISMAIL Mukalazi will lead a team of three Ugandan bodybuilders to the African Body Building Championship in Cairo, Egypt next week.

  • India's Marico buys Egyptian haircare brand Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News - Sep 13 2:32 AM
    MUMBAI, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Indian consumer goods maker Marico Ltd. said on Wednesday it had bought Fiancee, a haircare brand owned by Egypt's Ready Group, for an undisclosed sum.

  • Two dead as Egyptian dredger sinks in Suez canal Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo!7 News - Sep 12 11:55 PM
    ISMAILIYA, Egypt (AFP) - An Egyptian dredger sank in the Suez canal overnight, leaving two people dead and up to five others missing, canal and Egyptian security sources said.

  • 2 Dead After Dredger Sinks in Suez Canal Open this result in new window
    phillyburbs.com - Sep 13 12:04 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt - A dredging boat sank in the Suez Canal Wednesday, killing at least two people and injuring at least six others.

  • U.S. embassy attack foiled Open this result in new window
    Sun-Sentinel - Sep 13 12:14 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt Four suspected Islamic extremists hurled hand grenades and sprayed machine-gun fire in an attempt to storm the American Embassy in Damascus, Syria, on Tuesday, but three were gunned down by Syrian forces and the fourth was captured.

  • Egypt reschedules Lebanon game Open this result in new window
    BBC News - Sep 10 6:45 AM
    Egypt reschedules its friendly to raise funds for victims of the recent conflict in Lebanon for 3 October.

  • Egyptian boat sinking kills one Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News - Sep 12 9:31 PM
    ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) - An Egyptian dredger sank in the Suez Canal on Wednesday, killing one of the 45 crew and prompting the brief closure of the busy international waterway as rescuers searched for three others, officials said.

  • 65 tortured bodies found around Baghdad Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - 1 hour, 18 minutes ago
    The leader of Iraq's biggest Sunni Arab group demanded Wednesday that the beleaguered Shiite-led government take steps to disarm militias after police said the bodies of 65 tortured men were dumped in and around Baghdad.

  • TWO DEAD AS EGYPTIAN DREDGER SINKS IN SUEZ CANAL Open this result in new window
    The Tocqueville Connection - Sep 13 1:50 AM
    ISMAILIYA, Egypt, Sept 13, 2006 (AFP) - An Egyptian dredger sank in the Suez canal before dawn Wednesday, leaving two crew members dead and two others missing, causing a temporary closure of the major international waterway.

  • main Open this result in new window
    Kavkaz Center - Sep 13 6:45 AM
    Mahmoud Jaballah, a Canadian Muslim of Egyptian origin, detained on a national security certificate for the second time, faces deportation to Egypt. Jaballah was detained for the greater part of the last seven years.

  • Syrian forces beat back attack by 4 militants on U.S. Embassy Open this result in new window
    Fort Wayne Journal Gazette - Sep 13 2:33 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt Four suspected Islamist militants hurled hand grenades and sprayed machine-gun fire in an attempt to storm the American Embassy in Damascus, Syria, on Tuesday but were gunned down by Syrian forces.

  • Egyptian dredger with 40 crew sinks Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News - Sep 12 8:16 PM
    ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) - An Egyptian dredger with 40 crew sank in the Suez Canal on Wednesday, prompting the closure of the busy international waterway while a search was mounted for some on board reported missing, officials said.

  • Egyptian boat sinking kills one, Suez Canal closed Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore News - Sep 12 8:33 PM
    ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) - An Egyptian dredger sank in the Suez Canal on Wednesday, killing one of the 40 crew and prompting the closure of the busy international waterway while a search was mounted for three others, officials said.

  • Sir DigbyJones onWhy theBrits areBuying In Open this result in new window
    Business Today Egypt - Sep 13 2:16 AM
    During a two-day visit to Egypt in late June, Sir Digby Jones, director-general of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), discussed with bt Britains investment priorities and the appeal of Egypts resurgent economy to British businesses.

  • At least two people killed when dredger sinks in Suez Canal Open this result in new window
    The Star Online - Sep 12 11:22 PM
    CAIRO, Egypt (AP) - At least two people were killed and six others wounded when a large dredger they were working on in the Suez Canal sunk early Wednesday, police said.

  • Two dead as Egyptian dredger sinks in Suez canal Open this result in new window
    Channel NewsAsia - Sep 12 10:02 PM
    ISMAILIYA, Egypt : An Egyptian dredger sank in the Suez canal overnight Wednesday, leaving two people dead and up to five others missing, canal and Egyptian security sources said.

  • India Marico may buy Egyptian skincare brand-paper Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News - Sep 12 9:29 PM
    MUMBAI, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Indian consumer goods maker Marico Ltd. is close to buying Fiancee, a skincare brand owned by Egypt's Ready Group, for 700 million to 1 billion rupees ($15-22 million), the Economic Times paper reported on Wednesday.

  • IDB grants two loans estimated USD 45 million Open this result in new window
    Zawya - Sep 13 7:18 AM
    CAIRO, Sept 13 (KUNA) -- State Minister for Economic Development Osman Mohammed Osman said Islamic Development Bank Islamic Development Bank approved in its latest meeting in Jeddah granting two loans worth USD 45 million to Egypt.

  • Don't Miss: Shattering Stereotypes Open this result in new window
    NPR: Mixed Signals - Sep 13 6:37 AM
    Renee Montagne has a nice interview this morning on Morning Edition with actor Sayed Badreya and director Hesham Issawi, two Arab Americans who want to use the movies to change Americans' views of Muslims. What really struck me was Issawi's comment that, when he was growing up in Egypt, he got many of his impressions of America from the TV series Dallas. He says the streets of Cairo would be

  • A three-month odyssey of desert privation ends at the Israeli border - with two deaths Open this result in new window
    Haaretz Daily - Sep 13 1:35 AM
    Two Colombian women who died of dehydration near Eilat last month were part of a group of eight Colombians who trekked from Egypt to Israel, to which they were led by smugglers, members of the group told Haaretz yesterday.

  • Archaeologist backs dig at Bosnia hills Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Sep 13 4:56 PM
    An Egyptologist who investigated two hills in central Bosnia believed by some to be ancient pyramids on Wednesday recommended that archaeological digs be carried out there.

  • BCC to offer Middle Eastern dance class Open this result in new window
    Press & Sun-Bulletin - Sep 12 11:51 PM
    Broome Community College will offer a six-week course teaching dances performed in Egypt and the Middle East. The course will be Mondays from Sept. 18 through Oct. 23 from 7 to 8 p.m.

  • Select an Edition: Open this result in new window
    AlertNet - Sep 12 7:55 PM
    ISMAILIA, Egypt, Sept 13 (Reuters) - An Egyptian dredger sank in the Suez Canal on Wednesday and some of the 40 crew were reported missing or injured, medical and Suez Canal Authority sources said.

  • TWO DEAD AS EGYPTIAN DREDGER SINKS IN SUEZ CANAL Open this result in new window
    The Tocqueville Connection - Sep 12 9:50 PM
    ISMAILIYA, Egypt, Sept 13, 2006 (AFP) - An Egyptian dredger sank in the Suez canal overnight Wednesday, leaving two people dead and up to five others missing, canal and Egyptian security sources said.

  • Up From Down Under Open this result in new window
    Business Today Egypt - Sep 12 11:32 PM
    Australias regional trade commissioner says his country is serious aboutdoing business with Egypt. Does that mean theyll sell us live cattle again?

  • Suez Canal closed after sinking of Egyptian dredger Open this result in new window
    Channel NewsAsia - Sep 12 8:47 PM
    ISMAILIA, Egypt : The Suez Canal was closed on Wednesday after an Egyptian dredger sank in the busy international waterway. One of the 40 crew members was killed and a search is now on for three others.

  • Egypt's metro: Vinci Group in driver seat Open this result in new window
    Mena Report - Sep 12 4:57 AM
    The competition for implementing the Cairo Third Metro Line project reached a crucial point on Tuesday.

  • MUBARAK EXPECTED TO MARGINALIZE MILITARY Open this result in new window
    Middle East Newsline - Sep 12 11:43 PM
    MUBARAK EXPECTED TO MARGINALIZE MILITARY CAIRO [MENL] -- President Hosni Mubarak was expected to marginalize Egypt's military in his attempt to transfer power to his son in 2007.

  • A Chip off the Old Block Open this result in new window
    Business Today Egypt - Sep 12 11:32 PM
    How important is Egypt to Intel, the the worlds largest chipmaker? Up until fairly recently, not at all. Relatively few computers carrying its flagship chips are sold here, and before the launch of a handful of high-profile government programs, computer literacy was abysmal.

  • Egypt makes new Middle East peace proposal Open this result in new window
    Aljazeera - Sep 10 2:42 PM
    Egypt has proposed a new approach to securing peace in the Middle East in a deal which would set the borders and other details of a Palestinian state before talks on how to turn the plan into reality.

  • Google maps spotlight Earth's changes, wonders Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Sep 13 11:23 AM
    Google began showcasing the world's natural wonders, famous haunts, and man-made changes on its global mapping service.

  • Bush says impressed by Egypt's "young reformers" Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! News - Sep 11 2:26 AM
    President Bush has praised a group of "young reformers" close to an influential son of the Egyptian president, including the trade and industry minister who local press have mooted as the next prime minister.

  • A Recipe for Success Open this result in new window
    Business Today Egypt - Sep 12 11:32 PM
    Stop someone on the street and ask him to name a fast-food chain in Egypt and odds are hell come up with an eatery owned by one of two companies: Americana (master franchiser for KFC and Pizza Hut, among others) or Mansour Foods (McDonalds), which dominate the restaurant industry in Egypt.

  • Outlook: Take a guided tour of Eternal Egypt Open this result in new window
    New Straits Times: Computer Times - Sep 10 6:48 PM
    AN extraordinary project between the Egyptian government and IBM Corp has resulted in the creation of Eternal Egypt, an achievement that is providing worldwide access to more than 7,000 years of Egyptian history.

  • egypt: Five dead, 30 injured as trains crash north of Cairo Open this result in new window
    Monday Morning - Sep 12 7:52 AM
    At least five people were killed and some 30 others injured as two trains crashed north of the Egyptian capital on Monday night, police said in an initial casualty toll.

  • Iran says U.S. departure would calm Iraq Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Sep 13 1:19 PM
    Supreme Iranian leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told the visiting Iraqi prime minister Wednesday that the way to end instability in Iraq is for U.S. forces to withdraw.

  • Egypt: Amnesty International Secretary General's visit to Cairo Open this result in new window
    Amnesty International - Sep 12 7:10 AM
    Amnesty International Secretary General Irene Khan will visit Cairo on Tuesday 12 September to meet the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Amre Moussa.

  • Outbreak of deadly bird flu reported in south Sudan Open this result in new window
    AFP via Yahoo! News - Sep 13 12:13 PM
    Authorities in autonomous southern Sudan said they had confirmed an outbreak of the H5N1 strain of bird flu in poultry, with two other suspected cases of the virus potentially fatal to humans.

  • Terror informant seeks Sen. Clinton help Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Sep 13 12:00 PM
    An unusual exchange of letters between an undercover informant and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's office has apparently angered authorities and may have complicated the case of a man convicted of plotting to bomb a busy subway station.

  • freeSpeech: Ahmed Younis Open this result in new window
    CBS News - 11 minutes ago
    Ahmed Younis speaks about Muslims in America, and addresses the question he hears most frequently: Can Muslims thrive in the United States?

  • Egypt set new date for charity match against Lebanon Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo!7 Sports - Sep 10 6:00 AM
    CAIRO, Sept 10 (Reuters) - Egypt have re-arranged a friendly international to raise funds for victims of the recent conflict in Lebanon for Oct. 3, the Egyptian Football Association said on Sunday.

  • IMF: Oil Boosting Middle East Growth Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! Finance - 2 hours, 27 minutes ago
    Rising oil revenues have bolstered economic growth in the Middle East, and the outlook remains good because oil prices are expected to stay high, according to the International Monetary Fund.

  • Supermarkets 'not green enough' Open this result in new window
    BBC News - Sep 13 4:39 PM
    Supermarkets must do more to help customers make environmentally-friendly choices, a consumer group says.

  • Iraq asks Iran for help on militants Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Sep 13 6:18 AM
    Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki made his first official visit to Iran, a close ally, asking the Islamic regime on Tuesday to crack down on al-Qaida militants infiltrating his country and seeking new deals to help Iraq's troubled oil industry.

  • Volunteers needed for exhibition at Art Museum Open this result in new window
    The Hillsboro Argus - Sep 12 12:47 PM
    PORTLAND - The Portland Art Museum is looking for volunteers to help staff the exhibition, "The Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt," set to run Nov. 5 through March 4.

  • Al-Zawahri Urges Resistance Against U.S. Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Sep 11 10:49 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt -- Osama bin Laden's deputy, Ayman al-Zawahri, urged Muslims to intensify their resistance against the U.S. and warned of new terror strikes in a video aired by CNN early Monday on the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

  • Sept. 11 -- Five Years Later Open this result in new window
    Washington Post - Sep 11 1:17 PM
    Lawrence Wright , author of "The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11," will be online Monday, Sept. 11, at 2 p.m. ET to take questions and comments about his book, a narrative history of the events leading up to 9/11 which includes detailed accounts of terrorist plans and intelligence failures that culminated in the attacks on the U.S. Wright traveled to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan,

  • Al-Qaida video threatens U.N. peacekeepers in Lebanon Open this result in new window
    Sun-Sentinel - Sep 12 6:10 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt -- Al-Qaida's No. 2 leader condemned United Nations peacekeepers in Lebanon as enemies of Islam and warned that his group will strike the Persian Gulf region and Israel, suggesting new fronts in its war against the West in a video yesterday marking the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

  • Al-Qaida deputy faults U.N. role, warns of attacks Open this result in new window
    The Buffalo News - Sep 12 6:01 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt - Al-Qaida's No. 2 leader condemned U.N. peacekeepers in Lebanon as enemies of Islam and warned that the terrorist group will strike the Persian Gulf region and Israel, suggesting new fronts in its war against the West in a video Monday marking the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States.

  • Leroy appointed new Ghana coach Open this result in new window
    CNN.com - Sep 13 2:55 AM
    ACCRA, Ghana (Reuters) -- Frenchman Claude Leroy has been named as coach of World Cup finalists Ghana, the country's football association confirmed on Wednesday.

  • Horror boy's dad forgives driver Open this result in new window
    Gulf Daily News - Sep 12 6:19 PM
    THE father of a five-year-old boy who was knocked over outside his school said yesterday that he sympathised with the woman driver who was behind the wheel. Omar Mahmood Ali, from Egypt, has now undergone two operations to treat friction burns to his face and body, and reattach his left earlobe.

  • Al-Qaida's No. 2 man warns U.S. Open this result in new window
    The Columbus Dispatch - Sep 12 4:40 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt Al-Qaidas No. 2 leader condemned U.N. peacekeepers in Lebanon as enemies of Islam and warned that the terror group will strike the Persian Gulf and Israel, suggesting new fronts in its war against the West in a video yesterday marking the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attack.

  • Pressure ratchets up over Darfur Open this result in new window
    The Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News - Sep 13 1:00 AM
    With time running out on the African Union's peacekeeping force in Darfur, the United Nations may find out if the international community has the ability to stop renewed genocide.

  • Egyptologist backs Bosnian excavation Open this result in new window
    MSNBC - Sep 13 5:34 PM
    An Egyptologist who investigated two hills in central Bosnia believed by some to be ancient pyramids has recommended that archaeological digs be carried out there.

  • Al-Qaida video on Internet shows bin Laden planning 9/11 Open this result in new window
    NorthJersey.com - Sep 12 4:17 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt -- A videotape posted on the Internet late Sunday, purportedly by al-Qaida, showed previously unseen footage of a smiling Osama bin Laden and other commanders in a mountain camp apparently planning the Sept. 11 attacks on New York and Washington.

  • 9/11 Where were you Open this result in new window
    Ludington Daily News - Sep 12 7:27 AM
    I was in Cairo, Egypt on Sept. 11. I was in a group of five from Hart and Ludington on a tour. It was our third day of our tour. We had been to see the pyramids that morning. It was so hot and humid, so as we arrived back to our hotel we went to our room to rest before we went shopping.

  • 60 bodies found scattered around Baghdad Open this result in new window
    AP via Yahoo! News - Sep 13 1:40 AM
    Police said Wednesday that they had found 60 bodies dumped around Baghdad, the majority in predominantly Sunni Arab areas.

  • New al-Qaida footage online Open this result in new window
    Baltimore Sun - 1 hour, 26 minutes ago
    Video purports to show 9/11 planning A videotape posted on the Internet late yesterday, purportedly by al-Qaida, showed previously unseen footage of Osama bin Laden and other commanders in a mountain camp apparently planning the Sept. 11 attacks.

  • Two dead in Suez canal accident Open this result in new window
    BBC News - Sep 13 5:27 AM
    Two Egyptian crewmen are killed and two are missing when a dredger sinks in the Suez canal.

  • CORRECTED - Wealthy Arab telcos on the prowl for acquisitions Open this result in new window
    Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News - Sep 12 1:49 AM
    Corrects throughout to change acronym of National Mobile Telecommunications Co. to "NMTC" from "MTC" and corrects NMTC to a bidder for the Egypt licence, not the second-highest bidder, in paragraph 14.

  • Al-Qaida video blasts U.N. presence in Lebanon Open this result in new window
    Pioneer Press - Sep 12 1:04 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt Al-Qaida's No. 2 condemned U.N. peacekeepers in Lebanon as enemies of Islam and warned the terrorist group will strike the Persian Gulf and Israel, suggesting new fronts in its war against the West in a video Monday marking the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

  • Lawyer attempts to punch holes in federal case linking Jaballah to terrorism Open this result in new window
    CP via Yahoo! Canada News - Sep 13 3:16 PM
    TORONTO (CP) - The federal case against a suspected Egyptian terrorist who fears he'll be tortured if deported back to his homeland is "laughable" and "amounts to nothing," his lawyer argued Wednesday.

  • Hearing for Egyptian students delayed while they consider options Open this result in new window
    KWWL Iowa - 39 minutes ago
    OMAHA, Neb. An immigration judge gave three Egyptian students who were the subject of a nationwide alert last month another week to weigh their options.

  • Arab Skepticism Shifts on Sept. 11 Attacks Open this result in new window
    NPR - Sep 11 4:35 PM
    The majority of people in Indonesia, Turkey, Egypt and Jordan say they do not believe Arabs carried out the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. A majority of British Muslims and 46 percent of French Muslims also share this view. And in Pakistan, the number is 41 percent.

  • Hawkamah, Egyptian institute sign MoU Open this result in new window
    Khaleej Times - 1 hour, 31 minutes ago
    DUBAI The Hawkamah Institute for Corporate Governance, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Egyptian Institute of Directors (EIoD).

  • How green is your supermarket? It could try harder Open this result in new window
    Guardian Unlimited - 2 hours, 46 minutes ago
    Waitrose named most friendly to environment Morrisons and Somerfield rated bottom of class

  • Al-Qaida Lieutenant Warns of New Attacks Open this result in new window
    Journal Gazette & Times Courier - Sep 12 3:46 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt - Al-Qaida's No. 2 condemned U.N. peacekeepers in Lebanon as enemies of Islam and warned the terror group will strike the Persian Gulf and Israel, suggesting new fronts in its war against the West in a video Monday marking the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

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    Coos Bay World Link - Sep 12 9:15 AM
    CAIRO, Egypt (AP) - Osama bin Laden's deputy warned that Persian Gulf countries and Israel would be al-Qaida's next targets, according to a new videotape aired by Arab broadcaster Al-Jazeera on Monday, the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

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    KETV.com - 1 hour, 43 minutes ago
    OMAHA, Neb. -- An immigration judge gave three Egyptian students who were the subject of a nationwide alert last month another week to weigh their options.

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    Times Online - Sep 13 5:25 PM
    ALTHOUGH Douglas Dodds-Parker was a Conservative MP from 1945 to 1959 and again from 1964 to 1974, and held junior office under Sir Anthony Eden during the Suez Crisis, he was not really a political animal.

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    The Online NewsHour - Sep 13 5:27 PM
    As Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad continues to court world leaders and openly defy the United States, Margaret Warner looks at what the ascendant Islamic republic wants to achieve with its growing influence.