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Egypt intel chief meets Clinton - AFP Wed, 18 Mar 2009 22:45:38 GMT

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Egypt intel chief meets Clinton
AFP
WASHINGTON (AFP) — Egyptian intelligence chief Omar Suleiman held talks on Wednesday with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a US official said. "She met him," the State Department official told AFP on the condition of anonymity without elaborating ...
Video: War on Gaza relived on stage - 18 March 2009 Al Jazeera
Egypt opens Rafah crossing for humanitarian cases Xinhua
Egypt opens Gaza border to aid, Palestinians The Associated Press
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Egypt's OCI wins $258 mln power plant contract - Reuters Wed, 18 Mar 2009 15:56:19 GMT

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Egypt's OCI wins $258 mln power plant contract
Reuters
CAIRO, March 18 (Reuters) - Egypt's Orascom Construction Industries (OCI) (OCIC.CA)(ocicq.L) was awarded a $258 million contract to build a thermal-powered power plant near the northern coastal city of Alexandria, the firm said on Wednesday. ...
OCI Awarded US$ 258 million Abu Qir Power Contract MSNBC
Telecom Egypt sees 09 revenue flat or down 1 pct Reuters
Orascom Telecom leads Egypt indexes up Reuters
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Let Christians adopt, Egypt baby trial lawyer says - Reuters Wed, 18 Mar 2009 15:01:48 GMT

Let Christians adopt, Egypt baby trial lawyer says
Reuters
By Cynthia Johnston CAIRO (Reuters) - A lawyer for a US couple jailed in Egypt in an adoption case said Egypt should pass a law allowing Christian families to adopt, because a legal gap that disallows the practice is pushing them to do so in secret. ...

Louis makes its foray into Egypt with new hotel - Reuters Wed, 18 Mar 2009 11:20:04 GMT

Louis makes its foray into Egypt with new hotel
Reuters
CY said it will manage a five-star Louis Tiran Sharm hotel, which is set to open in Egypt in June. The 346-room property, on a private 1500 metre stretch of Sharm El Sheikh's coast, is owned by Egyptian firm Tower Group. The inauguration of Louis's ...

CIA Kidnap Trial in Italy to Resume in April - Voice of America Wed, 18 Mar 2009 16:21:51 GMT

Washington Times

CIA Kidnap Trial in Italy to Resume in April
Voice of America
The defendants, including the former head of Italy's military intelligence agency Nicolo Pollari, are accused of kidnapping an Egyptian imam from Milan and flying him to Egypt. The cleric, Osama Moustafa Hassan Nasr, also known as Abu Omar, ...
Rendition trial in Milan suspended United Press International
CIA kidnap trial in Italy postponed until April 22 The Associated Press
CIA snatch trial adjourned Ansa news in English
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Virginia farm exports soar in 2008 to $2.2B - Forbes Wed, 18 Mar 2009 19:44:37 GMT

Virginia farm exports soar in 2008 to $2.2B
Forbes, NY
In Virginia, field crops such as soybeans, corn and wheat and leaf tobacco accounted for $1.2 billion in exports that headed to markets as diverse as Egypt, Switzerland, Morocco, China, Jamaica and dozens more. The remainder of the state's exports ...
Agriculture Department Assures Virginia Peanuts are OK NBC 29 News
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Egypt denies it has already invited Netanyahu - Jerusalem Post Wed, 18 Mar 2009 18:24:49 GMT

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Egypt denies it has already invited Netanyahu
Jerusalem Post, Israel
COM STAFF Egypt on Wednesday flatly denied a claim by Likud MK Ayoub Kara that its ambassador to Israel had invited Prime Minister-designate Binyamin Netanyahu to visit Cairo. The Egyptian Embassy said in a statement that Kara's words were totally ...
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Egypt concerned about future Israeli govt AFP
Egypt said planning to invite Netanyahu Ha'aretz
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Egypt detains 17 members of Muslim Brotherhood - Jerusalem Post Wed, 18 Mar 2009 12:00:50 GMT

Egypt detains 17 members of Muslim Brotherhood
Jerusalem Post, Israel
The Brotherhood is Egypt's largest opposition group. Though officially banned, members have run for political office as independents, and they hold about a fifth of the seats in Egypt's parliament. The security official said that Egypt's prosecutor ...

Egypt may boycott Camp David celebration after Lieberman pick - Ha'aretz Wed, 18 Mar 2009 23:15:29 GMT

Egypt may boycott Camp David celebration after Lieberman pick
Ha'aretz, Israel
Aboul Gheit spoke out publicly about Lieberman's appointment for the first time during a visit to the European Union in Brussels on Monday, hinting Lieberman might harm the peace process. Lieberman is viewed in Egypt as an extremist, particularly based ...
Egypt ready to forget Lieberman's 'go to hell' remarks Ha'aretz
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Egypt pressured to end underground organ trade - The Associated Press Tue, 17 Mar 2009 17:20:15 GMT

New Zealand Herald

Egypt pressured to end underground organ trade
The Associated Press
For years, word has spread among Egypt's destitute that selling a kidney — sometimes for as little as $2000 — can be a quick way out of a debt or to keep from sinking deeper into poverty. At rundown cafes, they are hunted by middlemen working for labs ...
Couple scarred in Egytian illegal organ trade China Daily
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