Egypt seizes weapons 'bound for Gaza'
EL-ARISH, Egypt — Egyptian police in the Sinai Peninsula have seized 190 rockets from which the explosives were to have been removed for smuggling into the ...
Egypt intercepts shipment of missiles
Egypt destroys 12 smuggling tunnels on border with Gaza
Egyptian police find weapons bound for Gaza
Egypt confirms site for its first nuclear plant
CAIRO (Reuters) -- Egypt has picked a site on the Mediterranean coast for its first nuclear power plant, part of a plan by the Arab world's most populous ...
Egypt's Unusual Political Pair
Egypt to seek tenders for 1st nuclear plant in December
Egypt's Ruling Party Ready to Back Mubarak
Egypt to assess art collections
Egypt's Minister of Culture Faruq Hosni has formed several committees to conduct an evaluation and inventory of all antiquities and masterpieces in museums ...
Egypt launches assessment of all country's art collections
Tut-tut: Security gaps seen in Egypt's museums after theft of van Gogh ...
Van Gogh curse: Egypt culture minister near suicide
Kansas City Star
Egypt swelters as power cut daily
Cities across Egypt have been hit by daily blackouts during the past two weeks, sparking protests and calls for the electricity minister to be sacked. ...
Egypt's Wind Ambitions Could Help Keep The Lights On
Blackouts continue across Egypt
Egypt comes under human rights spotlight
Brotherhood not ready to rule Egypt, says official
Egypt's largest opposition group is not yet ready to take power in the country, a prominent supporter of the banned Muslim Brotherhood said in a newspaper ...
'Islamic Facebook': Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Gets Into Social Media
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood to launch new social network site
Wall Street Journal commends MB and ElBaradei united front
Amnesty urges Egypt not to try workers in military court
CAIRO — Rights group Amnesty International called on Egypt not to try eight workers, accused of assaulting a manager and of vandalism at a military-owned ...
Egypt must not try factory workers before a military court
Archaeologists Uncover 3500-Year-Old Egypt City
CAIRO (Reuters) - Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a 3500-year-old settlement in one of Egypt's desert oases that predates earlier cities by a ...
Yale Archaeologists Discover Remains of Ancient Oasis City in South Egypt
Egypt discovers 3500-year-old oasis trading post
Evidence Of Settlement Found In Kharga Oasis
Van Gogh theft prompts Egypt museum pledge
(Associated Press) Egypt is pledging strict measures to protect its cultural and archeological treasures after the theft of a Vincent Van Gogh painting on ...
Egypt Bars Officials' Travel in Art Theft Probe
Egypt to Improve Museum Security After Van Gogh Theft
Egypt Detains Official Over Van Gogh Theft: Agency
After Mubarak: Egypt And The Succession Issue
By Riad Kahwaji, CEO and Dr. Theodore Karasik, Director, R&D All eyes are turning towards Egypt and who will succeed Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. ...
Egypt's Mubarak to visit France on Sunday
Egypt's Mubarak to discuss Mideast peace talks with Sarkozy
Pushing for peace
For Egypt, Mubarak's health and successor are guessing games
Los Angeles Times
The man who has ruled Egypt for nearly 30 years dominates the nation's consciousness like a patriarch in a novel written long ago. ...
In new posters, Mubarak's son for Egypt president?
Campaign under way in Egypt for son to succeed Mubarak
Egypt to build first nuke power plant