New York Times
Ahead of Vote, Egypt's Parties and Skepticism Are Growing
New York Times
Residents of the Sharabayya district of Cairo stood up to sing the Egyptian national anthem before the start of a campaign event organized by the Egyptian Social Democratic Party. By NEIL MacFARQUHAR CAIRO — At the rally kicking off his campaign for ...
Muslim Brotherhood rally at massive Eid prayers for God and Parliament
Anonymous Declares War on Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
Egyptians fear violence, prolonged military rule as elections near
Blast hits gas pipeline between Egypt, Jordan, Israel
COM STAFF AND REUTERS Blast is sixth this year; "early indications are that this was sabotage" says Egyptian security official; pipeline is shut down. Cairo - An explosion hit the gas pipeline between Egypt, Israel and Jordan early Thursday morning in ...
Blasts hit Egypt gas pipeline to Israel, Jordan
Egypt Gas Pipeline to Jordan, Israel Hit by 2 Blasts
Blast hits Egypt gas pipeline to Israel, Jordan
Jailed Egyptian Blogger's Mother on Hunger Strike
The mother of a prominent blogger jailed by Egypt's ruling generals has gone on a hunger strike to protest her son's detention and the military's increasingly heavy-handed approach against critics. The strike by Alaa Abdel-Fattah's ...
Egyptian mother on hunger strike to free blogger son from prison
Jailed Egyptian blogger's mother on hunger strike
Military justice shocks Egypt's activists
Egypt's NSGB says Q3 profit strong despite economy
CAIRO Nov 9 (Reuters) - National Societe Generale Bank (NSGB) , Egypt's second-biggest private bank by market capitalisation, shrugged off domestic economic and political woes to boost its performance in the third quarter, the lender said on Wednesday. ...
Arab nations aim to win back tourists
With popular uprisings leading to regime change in Egypt and Tunisia, popular beach resorts such as Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh were left deserted in the early part of the year, as holiday companies evacuated European tourists. And as Libya erupted into ...
Is Egypt's Arab Spring in Danger of Being Hijacked?
Clinton to address US interests in the unsure Arab transitions from Libya to ...
Europe's woes make way across the Mediterranean
Christian Science Monitor
Now is not the time to push Egypt's military on democratic elections?
Christian Science Monitor
So says President Obama's State Department, arguing that conditions should not be put on aid to Egypt. By Dan Murphy, Staff writer / November 9, 2011 An Egyptian shouts slogans as he demands the end of Egypt's ruling military council at Tahrir Square, ...
Egypt: Military 'Virginity Test' Investigation a Sham
OPIC Board Approves $150 Million for Investment in Egypt & Mena Region
MarketWatch (press release)
WASHINGTON, Nov 09, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Egypt's fledgling democracy received a significant boost from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the US Government's development finance institution, when OPIC's Board of Directors approved ...
Egypt Repo Bids Drop as Bond Demand Declines on High Yields
9 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt accepted bids for 6.2 billion Egyptian pounds ($1.3 billion) in repurchase contracts, compared with 9.8 billion pounds in the last sale, as local investors needed less funding. The contracts, or repos, allow government security ...
Egypt's Central Bank Offer 8 Billion Pounds in Repos Today
Egypt cbank accepts repos worth 6.2 bln Eg pounds
Injured Hungarians, Bodies Repatriated From Egypt
Wall Street Journal (blog)
The Hungarian Defense Ministry sent an AN-26 military transport airplane to Hurghada, Egypt this afternoon to bring home the bodies of Hungarians killed in the Sunday bus accident. Eleven Hungarians died and 29 were injured in an ...
11 Hungarian tourists killed in Egypt bus crash
Tourist death toll in Egypt crash rises to 12
11 Hungarian tourists killed when bus overturns in southeastern Egypt ...
FEATURE-Cashing in on Egypt's black cloud
The challenge for Egypt, struggling to revive an economy hit by an uprising that ousted Hosni Mubarak, is to develop the cost-effective technologies needed to convert the straw into pulp for paper, fertiliser, active carbon or natural fibre plastic ...
Silencing Egypt's poor