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Egypt: Militant Is Rearrested Days After Release From Prison
New York Times
Egypt rearrested the brother of Al Qaeda's second in command, Ayman al-Zawahri, days after he was released from prison as part of a broader effort to free political prisoners jailed under the government of former President Hosni Mubarak. ...
Egypt Re-Arrests Zawahiri's Brother Two Days After Freeing Him
Brother of al-Qaeda's second-in-command arrested again in Egypt
Egypt rearrests brother of Al-Qaeda number two
US applauds Egypt on constitutional reforms
According to preliminary results, about 40 per cent of Egypt''s eligible voters participated, and the constitutional referendum passed with 77 per cent of the vote. "Certainly, the sight of Egyptians coming forward in unprecedented numbers to ...
Egypt Vote Results Shows Islamists' Rising Sway
Egypt Constitutional Referendum – What the Results Mean
Egyptians Approve Constitution with Establishment of Islam as State Religion
Egypt Risk Falls Most Since July as Referendum Passed, Trading to Resume
Mobius, speaking with Betty Liu, Sheila Dharmarajan and Jon Erlichman on Bloomberg Television's "In the Loop," also discusses investment opportunities in Egypt and Brazil. (Source: Bloomberg) Egypt's default risk is dropping the most since July after ...
In Egypt, 'Vibrant' Political Culture Budding After Voters Approve Reforms
Jeffrey Brown talks to Georgetown University's Samer Shehata about what's next for Egypt after Sunday's record turnout at the polls. JIM LEHRER: And to three takes on the revolutionary change and conflict in the Middle East, from North Africa to the ...
Why China Won't Be the Next Egypt
Huffington Post (blog)
The recent eruption of protests and violence in Egypt and the resignation of its president, Hosni Mubarak, lead some pundits to predict that the same movement will happen in China. However, China's circumstances are entirely different and a similar ...
Egypt should embrace a social market economy
EU freezes Mubarak funds
Egypt: EU imposes assets freeze
What happens in Tahrir Square stays in Tahrir Square?
Washington Post (blog)
Right now, you can bet that many of the youths, activists and opposition parties that played a leading role in Egypt's revolution are scratching their heads. After spearheading a popular uprising that unseated one of the Middle ...
The Revolution of My Egyptian Homeland and San Jose Family
The globalisation of revolution
Will Syria follow in the path of Egypt? Or Libya?
Like Egypt before its revolution, Syria has been ruled for decades by a single party, which employs a security service that maintains an iron grip on its citizens. Also like Egypt, Syria has been struggling to reform its economy, ...
Kindling a fire
Syria Protests Spread In Continuing Unrest
Reports: One Killed In Police-Protesters Clashes In Syria
Reasons why Egypt and Turkey are reluctant to intervene in Libya
But his take on why Egypt and Turkey - two major regional powers - might be reluctant to intervene in Libya is as relevant now as ever. Here's what he had to say: Egypt is a country which has the largest number of foreign citizens working in Libya. ...
Egypt Sends Covert Weapons To Libyan Rebels
Egypt stays out of Libya war for security reasons
Turkey's lessons for Egypt
Arab world's strong arm tactics lose potency
The dictators of Egypt and Tunisia were not overthrown by Facebook, but by the raw courage of determined young activists ready to face death to win freedom. Social media was one mobilising tool. Another facet of the Arab exception is under close ...
Right across the Arab world, freedom is now a prospect
A New Arab Generation Finds Its Voice
Egyptians endorse reforms but Arab discontent simmers
Moody's Downgrades Ratings Of 5 Egypt Banks; Bahrain Cautioned
In a statement, Moody's announced downgrades to the foreign currency deposit ratings -- by one notch to B1 from Ba3 -- of National Bank of Egypt; Banque Misr; Banque du Caire; Commercial International Bank; and Bank of Alexandria. ...
Moody's downgrades five Egyptian banks; negative outlooks