Egypt's ruling party appointed President Hosni Mubarak's son to an important new committee Saturday in a move seen as further paving the way for the younger Mubarak to succeed his father.
From lewd looks to inappropriate touching, experts say Egypt's growing street harassment of women is a deep-rooted and largely ignored problem shackling the country's progress.
Justin Webb reflects on how despite the US's promise of backing democracy in the Middle East little seems to have changed in Egypt.
CAIRO, Egypt Egypt's ruling party appointed President Hosni Mubarak's son to an important new committee Saturday in a move seen as further paving the way for the younger Mubarak to succeed his father.
Islamabad, Nov. 3: A contingent of Pakistani Army and Navy personnel has left for Egypt to participate in a military exercise along with forces from the US, Kuwait, Yemen, France and the host country.
Egypt's ruling National Democratic Party has re-elected President Hosni Mubarak as its chairman. Mr. Mubarak won 99 percent of the votes cast by NDP officials Saturday at the opening of a party meeting in Cairo. He was the only candidate for the post.
Egypt's National Democratic Party votes to keep President Hosni Mubarak as its head for another five years.
Egypt's ruling party meets on Saturday amid mounting speculation about the succession to President Hosni Mubarak, but analysts say they do not expect any new moves to groom his son Gamal for power.
Source: Reuters By Cynthia Johnston CAIRO, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Human Rights Watch said on Saturday it feared for the fate of 48 African migrants in Egypt, including recognised refugees, citing reports that several of ...
Egypt, Jordan could justify switch to nuclear energy, while choice is more difficult for oil-rich GCC.