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Egypt's military rulers to decide fate of Guantanamo returnee - MiamiHerald.com Sun, 11 Dec 2011 20:50:51 GMT

Egypt's military rulers to decide fate of Guantanamo returnee
MiamiHerald.com
CAIRO -- Adel el Gazzar emerged from eight years of imprisonment at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, with one leg, no US charges against him and no chance of returning to his native Egypt, where he was sure to have been locked up again by ...

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Egypt's economic woes mount - Sydney Morning Herald Sun, 11 Dec 2011 22:08:33 GMT

AFP

Egypt's economic woes mount
Sydney Morning Herald
The success of Islamist parties in Egypt's elections could aggravate an already serious economic crisis in the Arab world's most populous nation, analysts say. Since an uprising in January and February that toppled the 30-year regime of Hosni Mubarak, ...
Tussle in EgyptDAWN.com
Egypt Army Says It Has 'No Opinion' on Draft ConstitutionBusinessWeek
Egypt Islamists reject army interference in constitutionAFP
News24 -Reuters UK
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Egypt denies 'Post' report of Hamas bases in Sinai - Jerusalem Post Sun, 11 Dec 2011 22:12:34 GMT

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Egypt denies 'Post' report of Hamas bases in Sinai
Jerusalem Post
COM STAFF AND YAAKOV KATZ "No one can bring in military tools or erect missile bases in Sinai," Egyptian official claims. An Egyptian official has denied a Jerusalem Post report that Hamas has established forward bases and rocket production facilities ...
Israel's growing wall of steel fences off EgyptAFP
New Israeli ambassador to Egypt slated to arriveCBS News
New Israeli ambassador to Egypt slated to arriveBoston.com

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Egypt May Borrow Abroad to Bolster Economy, Prime Minister Says - BusinessWeek Sun, 11 Dec 2011 22:44:55 GMT

Globe and Mail

Egypt May Borrow Abroad to Bolster Economy, Prime Minister Says
BusinessWeek
12 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's Prime Minister Kamal el- Ganzouri said the country may resort to borrowing abroad while austerity measures may be needed to counter the deterioration of the economy since former President Hosni Mubarak was ousted. ...
Egyptian PM says economy in serious conditionChina Daily
Dire state of Egypt's economy reduces latest interim PM to tearsScotsman
Tearful Egyptian prime minister says economy 'worse than anyone imagines'CanadianBusiness.com
Bloomberg
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ANALYSIS: Saving Egypt —Yasser Latif Hamdani - Pakistan Daily Times Sun, 11 Dec 2011 22:26:44 GMT

Telegraph.co.uk

ANALYSIS: Saving Egypt —Yasser Latif Hamdani
Pakistan Daily Times
As expected, the so-called Egyptian Revolution has thrown up unexpected results causing a panic in western capitals not to mention quickly degenerating into Islamist-Secularist and Muslim-Christian conflict. Wait till Syria is 'liberated'. ...
Egypt's Islamists try to calm fears over tourismTelegraph.co.uk
Egypt 'not a threat for tourists'NEWS.com.au
What's next for Egypt?Today's Zaman
Sacramento Bee
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Egypt's Tantawi makes surprise visit to Tahrir Square - The Daily Star Sun, 11 Dec 2011 22:30:19 GMT

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Egypt's Tantawi makes surprise visit to Tahrir Square
The Daily Star
CAIRO: Egypt's ruler Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi paid a surprise visit to Cairo's Tahrir Square Sunday, the epicenter of protests against him last month, after it was re-opened to traffic, state media reported. Tantawi's visit was “to make sure that ...
Egypt's army ruler pays surprise visit to Tahrir SquareAl-Arabiya
Egypt's army ruler visits Tahrir Square: ReportTimes of India
Egypt's Tahrir opens as activists say goodbye to latest police victimBikya Masr
The Nation, Pakistan
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Islamist parties' electoral success in Egypt has Copts worried - Los Angeles Times Mon, 12 Dec 2011 02:16:02 GMT

Los Angeles Times

Islamist parties' electoral success in Egypt has Copts worried
Los Angeles Times
But these days Egypt's minority Coptic Christians are finding little serenity. Islamist political candidates, including puritanical Salafis, are dominating parliamentary elections. Sectarianism is intensifying and the patriotic veneer that unified ...

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Israel Acts to Curb Illegal Immigration From Africa - New York Times Sun, 11 Dec 2011 22:37:37 GMT

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Israel Acts to Curb Illegal Immigration From Africa
New York Times
The Israeli government hopes that the fence being built along the Egyptian border will keep out most infiltrators. The demands for a fence have grown in the past year with the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and the increase in tensions ...
Israeli Cabinet OKs plan to stanch flow of illegal African migrantsWashington Post
Cabinet approves plan to block African migrantsTimes LIVE
Israel frees up funds to block African migrantsReuters Africa
Jerusalem Post
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Obama is lagging on Egypt - Washington Post Mon, 12 Dec 2011 01:15:44 GMT

Obama is lagging on Egypt
Washington Post
25, the Obama administration significantly shifted its public position in the then-ongoing standoff between Egypt's ruling military and pro-democracy demonstrators in Cairo's Tahrir square. Dropping its weak appeals for “restraint on all sides,” the ...


Organ-Trafficking Is Said to Rise in Egypt - Wall Street Journal Mon, 12 Dec 2011 02:07:59 GMT

Organ-Trafficking Is Said to Rise in Egypt
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egypt's year of political upheaval has left a shortfall in some law enforcement, and that has been a boon for criminal organizations that traffic in human organs, a human-rights group says. ...