Israel Reaches Deal for Release of an American Held in Egypt
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Israel announced Monday that it had reached an agreement with Egypt, with American assistance, for the release of Ilan Grapel, an American law student from Queens who also holds Israeli citizenship. ...
Israel: Egypt to free jailed U.S.-Israeli citizen
Ilan Grapel, American-Israeli accused of spying, to be released by Egypt
Israel: Egypt to free jailed US-Israeli citizen
Egypt's Police strike, protest nationwide
These actions by lower-ranking policemen are just one episode in an endless series of labour strikes that have come to haunt Egypt, a short time after a popular uprising ousted the country's long-time ruler from power. Egypt should hold its first ...
Thousands of Egyptian police go on strike
Africa: The Implications of Hosni Mubarak's Trial for Egypt and the Region
Demonstrating policemen threaten to leave elections unsecured
Obama urges Egypt army chief to lift state of emergency
WASHINGTON — US President Barack Obama urged Egypt's army chief to lift a state of emergency and end military trials for civilians, according to a telephone conversation announced Monday by the White House. Obama also asked Field Marshal Hussein ...
Obama, Tantawi agree need for free Egyptian elections
OBAMA URGES EGYPT ARMY CHIEF TO LIFT STATE OF EMERGENCY
Readout of President Obama's Call With Egyptian Field Marshal Tantawi
Egypt Restores Gas Exports to Israel, Jordan, Operator Says
Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt has resumed exporting natural gas to Israel more than three months after a sabotage attack on the pipeline connecting the countries halted the flow, government officials said. ...
Egypt resumes gas supply to Israel, doubles price to Jordan
Egypt resumes gas exports to Israel and Jordan
Egypt resumes gas supplies to Israel
Egypt industry looks beyond turmoil to growth: Industry body
CAIRO (Reuters) - Investors prepared to brave the aftermath of political turmoil and the threat of a faltering global economy to Egypt's industry will be able to benefit from strong underlying demand, officials at one of Egypt's most ...
Egypt Bond Sale Beats Estimates Before IMF Visits: Arab Credit
Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt sold five- and seven-year bonds today at lower costs than analysts estimated as the country prepares to receive an International Monetary Fund delegation to revive loan negotiations. ...
Egypt negotiating US$3 billion loan with IMF
Experts debate economic repercussions of Egypt's transition
Egypt to discuss funding from IMF, others: minister
Egypt's Oriental Weavers sees 5-6 pct profit growth in 2012
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's Oriental Weavers (ORWE.CA), the world's biggest machine-woven carpet maker, expects 5-6 percent growth in net profits in 2012 as oil prices stabilize and it expands into new export markets, a company official ...
Egypt's violent path on road to peace
However, there's another country whose transition to democracy causes even greater concern: Egypt. For those who strongly opposed the repressive regime imposed by former president Hosni Mubarak and his military predecessors, his overthrow was seen as ...
Egypt's Coptic Christians Fear More Violence
Canada speaks up for Coptic Christians in Egypt
First in Print: Christian Copts in Egypt need help
Egypt TV host suspends show in protest at media censorship
The Guardian (blog)
An influential Egyptian TV talk show host has suspended his broadcasts in protest at media censorship. Yosri Fouda, host of the Last Word on the private satellite channel ONTV, said there had been "a noticeable deterioration in media freedoms. ...
Egypt: TV host suspends program in protest
Press censorship threatens Egypt's 'unfinished revolution'
Popular Egypt TV man Yousri Fouda says no to military censorship