Sydney Morning Herald
Egypt Aims to Alter Voting Rules
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egypt's military rulers, hoping to set the stage for transparent democratic elections in six months, have unveiled a raft of proposed constitutional changes that include adopting US-style term limits of two ...
Mubaraks blocked from leaving Egypt
Egypt Issues Travel Ban, Asset Freeze on Mubarak
EGYPT: Attorney general bans Mubarak and family from traveling
Analysis: U.S. Egypt ETF likely to fall when bourse reopens
By Aaron Pressman BOSTON (Reuters) - The Market Vectors Egypt Index ETF, which has managed to rise to trade at a 10 percent premium over the value of its net assets since the Egyptian stock market shut a month ago, is in danger of plunging once the ...
Egypt Market Set to Reopen
Egypt's Stock Market to Reopen Tuesday, Faces Selloff
Egypt stock exchange open delayed
World's Biggest Stock Losses in Egypt May Extend Decline
Egypt's benchmark stock index may extend losses that made it the world's worst performer this year after a monthlong suspension ends on March 6 amid political unrest in the Middle ...
Assuaging Israel's Egypt Anxiety
Wall Street Journal
One of the jokes circulating during the first outbursts of protest in Egypt came from Israel: "Dear Egyptian rioters, please don't damage the pyramids. We will not rebuild. Thank you." The joke spoke to Jewish attitudes toward the land ...
Egypt didn't catch Obama by surprise, official says
Dennis Ross warns Israel: Look at Egypt
Egypt And Israel: A New Economic Future On The Horizon?
Tour Company Returns to Egypt
The revolution in Egypt has just happened, but already a well-established tour packager for Egyptian vacations, Florida-based Sunny Land Tours, is sending customers back to the country on regular package itineraries. The thought of visiting the scene ...
Traveling in Egypt: Back to normal or too soon?
Valley of the Lone Tourist - by Carl Hoffman
Agents praised for 'immense' support as operator resumes Luxor flights
Reuters Blogs (blog)
The Arab revolution swells
Can it be stopped with violence by regimes more ruthless than those of Tunisia and Egypt? And can entrenched power structures succeed in limiting the amount of change, through bribes or negotiation? The answers are not yet in - but so far, ...
Obama saw Egypt coming
Change that this time Arabs can believe in
Arab revolutions: The limits of intervention
Libya crisis: neighbors brace as tide of refugees rises
Christian Science Monitor
Nearly 50000 people have crossed Libya's eastern border into Egypt, but the real crisis is on the western border with Tunisia, where refugees keep arriving as fighting intensifies. Egyptians line up by buses at a refugee camp near the Libyan and ...
UN evacuates 900 Egyptian migrants from Tunisia
Refugees from Libya may be next casualties
Misery at the border as Gaddafi's guests flee
Foreign Tourists Slow to Return to Egypt
About 210000 tourists fled the country in the last week of January, costing Egypt about $178 million, according to the government's statistics bureau, and cancellations for February add up to an estimated revenue loss of $825 million. ...
The Middle East Channel: Will slow and steady win the race?
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has declared that it will form a political party -- it has settled on a name (Freedom and Justice) and asked one of its leaders (Sa`d al-Katatni) to oversee the effort. Since its founding more than eight decades ago, ...
Muslim party in Egypt in transition
Opinion: Arab youth want democracy, not theocracy
Middle East Egypt unveils political reform
Barak voices optimism on political change in Egypt
JERUSALEM, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Defence Minister Ehud Barak played down on Monday Israeli fears that political change in Egypt might ultimately lead to Islamist control of the first Arab country to have made peace with Israel. ...
Barak: Syria is signaling that it wants peace deal
Israel's Barak Sees Opportunity for Peace in Mideast Upheaval