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Egypt TV's Schalit interview angers Israelis - CBS News Tue, 18 Oct 2011 21:33:29 GMT+00:00

Hurriyet Daily News

Egypt TV's Schalit interview angers Israelis
CBS News
The footage, along with earlier video showing Schalit being transferred to Egypt, were the first images seen of the soldier after more than five years in Hamas captivity. Hamas militants were in the area as the interview was being set up. ...
Prisoner swap deal highlights Egypt's role in Middle EastXinhua
Hard Feelings Test Hope in Israel-Hamas DealNew York Times
Egypt's and Turkey's positions in the Shalit swapHurriyet Daily News

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Egypt protesters post their wills on Twitter, Facebook - Los Angeles Times Wed, 19 Oct 2011 02:39:38 GMT+00:00

Los Angeles Times

Egypt protesters post their wills on Twitter, Facebook
Los Angeles Times
"Death has become so near and we are all ready to die for Egypt," a group of activists wrote. "You need to publicly speak out against the repression of the military, not just their army trucks and rifles, but also their hypocritical use of the media. ...
Egypt's Top 'Facebook Revolutionary' Now Advising Occupy Wall StreetWired News
How #OccupyWallStreet Compares to Egypt's Tahrir SquarePRI's The World

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Egypt Credit Rating Cut to BB- by S&P on Deficit, Risks - Bloomberg Tue, 18 Oct 2011 20:42:31 GMT+00:00

AFP

Egypt Credit Rating Cut to BB- by S&P on Deficit, Risks
Bloomberg
Egypt had its long-term foreign-currency sovereign credit rating cut to BB- from BB and long-term local-currency rating cut to BB- from BB+ by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services. ...
Egypt Credit Rating Cut to BB- by S&P on Deficit, RisksBusinessWeek
S&P Downgrades Egypt A Notch On Political, Debt PressuresWall Street Journal
S&P downgrades Egypt a notch on political pressureMarketWatch
AFP -Reuters
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Egypt could soon free American who allegedly spied for Israel - Los Angeles Times Tue, 18 Oct 2011 16:13:15 GMT+00:00

New York Times

Egypt could soon free American who allegedly spied for Israel
Los Angeles Times
REPORTING FROM CAIRO -- An American citizen charged by Egypt four months ago with spying for Israel could be freed in coming days as part of an exchange that would include the release of more than 80 Egyptian prisoners held in Israeli jails, ...
American Held in Egypt as Israeli Spy Could Be FreedNew York Times
Egypt and Israel close to a deal for Queens residentQueens Courier
Egypt sees Israel prisoner swap soon: sourceReuters
New York Daily News -Eurasia Review -CBS New York
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Egypt's struggle with democracy - Gulf Daily News Wed, 19 Oct 2011 02:46:44 GMT+00:00

BBC News

Egypt's struggle with democracy
Gulf Daily News
THE events in Egypt last October 9 were saddening. While it is difficult to understand the loss of 26 lives, mostly protesting Copts, the immediate response taken by political and religious ...
Williams condemns Egypt militaryBBC News
Khaled is Mina, Mina is KhaledAljazeera.net
Maspero violence was a 'catastrophe': Egypt's tourism ministerAhram Online
Catholic News Agency -Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (blog) -St George and Sutherland Shire Leader
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Egyptian Stocks: Orascom Telecom, Telecom Egypt, Sharkia - BusinessWeek Tue, 18 Oct 2011 16:07:22 GMT+00:00

Egyptian Stocks: Orascom Telecom, Telecom Egypt, Sharkia
BusinessWeek
Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's benchmark EGX 30 Index decreased for the first time in more than a week, dropping 0.8 percent to 4214.72 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. The following shares rose or fell. Symbols are in parentheses. ...
Egyptian Stocks: Orascom Telecom, Telecom Egypt, SharkiaBloomberg

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Is Atheism the Solution to Religious Persecution in Egypt? - Huffington Post (blog) Tue, 18 Oct 2011 12:47:37 GMT+00:00

DAWN.com

Is Atheism the Solution to Religious Persecution in Egypt?
Huffington Post (blog)
Unless moderate liberals can modernize Islam, atheism is the only option for Egypt. Being Christian can be a bloody business. Today, we are the world's most persecuted religion, especially in Muslim countries. Radical Islamists are waging a war against ...
Beyond the 'Arab Spring'The Hindu
Splits in Islamic alliance raise questions about its electoral strengthAl-Masry Al-Youm
India holds Gandhi card for Tahrir SquareAsia Times Online
Salem-News.Com -NewsWithViews.com
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Analysis: Schalit on Egypt TV: exploitative, abusive, cruel - Jerusalem Post Tue, 18 Oct 2011 18:52:49 GMT+00:00

euronews

Analysis: Schalit on Egypt TV: exploitative, abusive, cruel
Jerusalem Post
That Amin now appears to be doing Cairo's bidding bodes ill for hopes the “new Egypt” would usher in the first free media environment in the post-colonial Arab world. The notion that Schalit agreed to give Nile TV an interview of his own free will ...
Egyptian journalist rejects Israel's criticism of Shalit interviewHa'aretz
Sharp Criticism for Egyptian Interview With SoldierNew York Times
Egyptian newswoman defends Shalit interviewYnetnews

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EGYPT: Water challenges forcing a rethink on usage - IRINnews.org Tue, 18 Oct 2011 13:14:32 GMT+00:00

EGYPT: Water challenges forcing a rethink on usage
IRINnews.org
Egypt has a population of about 85 million, and receives an annual Nile water share of 55.5 billion cubic metres, according to experts. Around 85 percent of that water is used in agriculture, but a lot simply leaks away. According to a 2007 research ...

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Egypt Balks, But Jewish Community Averts Lulav Crisis - Lubavitch.com Tue, 18 Oct 2011 16:33:57 GMT+00:00

Lubavitch.com

Egypt Balks, But Jewish Community Averts Lulav Crisis
Lubavitch.com
Egypt didn't miss an opportunity yesterday snatching a visibly shaken Gilad Shalit, barely released from captivity, with a masked Hamas gunman hovering over him, for a boorish interview. The same Egypt that weeks before ...

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