Globe and Mail
Egypt's First Political Changes May Neglect Women, Activists Say
Egypt's initial efforts to revamp its constitution are in danger of excluding protections for women who helped lead the country's 18-day revolution, according to activists at the Women in the World ...
In Egypt, a violent campaign to subvert the revolution
Egypt's Next Challenge: Working with Women to Rebuild the Economy, and a Nation
Army Takes Tahrir Square As New Violence Hits Egypt
Clinton Sets Visit to Egypt, Tunisia
Voice of America
Photo: AP Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will visit Egypt and Tunisia next week in the highest-level US visit to the region since the popular upheaval that toppled the governments there. Clinton told a Congressional panel she will also meet Libyan ...
Clinton Will Travel to Egypt, Tunisia, Meet With Libyan Opposition Leaders
Clinton to Meet With Libyan Rebels
Clinton Plans To Visit Egypt And Tunisia; Will Meet With Libyans
After the violence, the grief for Egypt's Christians
Thousands of Egyptian Christians attended an emotional funeral service yesterday in Cairo for people killed in the worst Christian-Muslim violence since the former president, Hosni Mubarak, was deposed a month ago. Six coffins lay by a church altar ...
Egypt's leaders seek police force's speedy return to duty
Egypt's Copts in talks with army after clashes
ElBaradei to Run for Egypt's Presidency
Senators push aid for Egypt Tunisia
announced Thursday they plan to introduce a bill that would allocate up to $80 million in "enterprise funds" for Egypt and Tunisia. The senators said they hope the money will attract private investment in the countries, similar to programs initiated in ...
Top lawmakers unveil aid plan for Egypt, Tunisia
US senators unveil investment aid to Egypt, Tunisia
Worries about fallout of unrest on Egypt's economy
With Egypt's stock market closed for nearly five weeks, analysts and bankers are growing increasingly worried that the full effect of the protests that ousted Hosni Mubarak will be even larger than anticipated. By TAREK EL-TABLAWY AP Business Writer ...
Egypt Central Bank deputy head says he's not worried about country's currency
Pentagon Places Its Bet On a General in Egypt
New York Times
Today General Enan, a favorite of the American military, is the second in command among the group of generals moving toward some form of democracy in Egypt. In meetings of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, he sits to the right of its leader, ...
'Egypt releases two prisoners linked to Sadat shooting'
CAIRO - Egypt has released two prisoners who were jailed for involvement in the 1981 assassination of a former Egyptian president, Anwar Sadat, al-Jazeera television reported on Thursday. "The Egyptian authorities have released Abboud el-Zomor and ...
Egypt: AL Zomor Who planned the assassination of SADAT released after 30 years ...
Kansas City Star
S&P says removes Egypt from creditwatch negative
NEW YORK, March 10 (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's took a step back from a potential downgrade of Egypt's BB long-term foreign currency credit rating on Thursday, citing improved prospects for political transition. Egypt was removed from ...
S&P affirms Egypt's local and foreign currency ratings; Outlook negative
Hamas urges Egypt to ease movement of Gazans through Rafah
People's Daily Online
Gaza's Hamas on Thursday urged Egypt to ease the movement of Palestinians to Egypt through the Rafah crossing point. In a letter to Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, head of the Egyptian Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, Prime Minister Ismail Haneya of the ...
The New Egypt - And Gaza
Egypt's ambassador promises big change in policy towards Gaza
How Will Egypt's Power Shift Affect Gaza Strip?
Egypt to Tunisia: Thank you for inspiring us
BERLIN (eTN) – Egypt Tourism Minister Mounir Abdul Nour has expressed his gratitude on behalf of Egyptians to Tunis Tourism Minister Mehdi Houasm because "Tunisia has led the way for the sweeping ...
Tourists still wary of revolutionary Egypt, Tunisia
Egypt believes tourists will return after a 'zero' February
Egypt, Tunisia tout revolutions as tourism draw