US Says Egypt Vote Shouldn't Be Rushed
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—US Defense Secretary Robert Gates gently prodded Egypt's interim leaders not to rush to new elections, saying the new political movements that helped push longtime President Hosni Mubarak from power in February need time to develop ...
Gates reassures Egypt over war in neighboring Libya
US defence chief, in Cairo, praises Egypt military
Libyans will determine how their story unfolds, Gates says
Globe and Mail (blog)
Van Eck Resumes Creation Orders for Market Vectors Egypt
Van Eck Associates Corp. said it's allowing traders to execute creation orders to produce new shares of the Market Vectors Egypt Index ETF (EGPT), two months after anti-government protests shut the ...
Van Eck offering new shares of Egypt ETF again
Egypt ETF falls after Cairo bourse reopens
Egypt Market Reopens, Egypt ETF Gets Crushed
Egypt's Stock-Market Slump Isn't Over Yet
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's revolution hasn't left investors wide-eyed with hope. The country's stock exchange reopened Wednesday for the first time in nearly two months, but the benchmark EGX 30 Index slumped 8.9%, to 5142.71, down 27% this year and at ...
Egypt lifts curbs on politics in post-Mubarak era
Egypt ex-interior minister charged with killing protesters
Egypt's stock market plunge after 2 month closure spotlights post-uprising ...
Hamas says Israeli airstrike hits tunnels on Gaza-Egypt border; no casualties
By AP, Wednesday, March 23, 7:48 PM GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Hamas says Israeli airstrike hits tunnels on Gaza-Egypt border; no casualties. Copyright 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, ...
Egypt's Christians and Muslims Face Unity and Tensions
Voice of America
On this Sunday morning, Christians attend mass in Egypt's Coptic Cairo neighborhood, where they have worshipped since pre-Islamic times. Egypt's Coptic community is the largest Christian population in the Arab world, as Christians make up about 10 ...
'New' Egypt But Same Old Shariah
Egypt's Christians Fear Radical Muslim Takeover
What was religion doing in the debate on Egypt's Constitutional amendments?
EGYPT: Rights group alleges military forced captured female protesters into ...
Los Angeles Times
Women fully participated in bringing change in Egypt and should not be punished for their activism." The human-rights group alleges the tests were carried out by a male doctor and that one woman, who claimed to be virgin while tests proved otherwise, ...
Amnesty International calls on Egypt army to address torture claims
Egypt - Like A Virgin (Again)
Amnesty slams Egypt for forced 'virginity tests'
Egypt Shares Trading at Premium to GDRs, Abu Dhabi Signal Deeper Losses
The retreat left three of the four biggest Cairo-traded stocks, including EFG-Hermes Holding SAE and Commercial International Bank Egypt SAE (COMI), at higher prices than their London-listed GDRs. The EGX 30's valuation slid to 1.4 times net assets, ...
Dubai shares rise as Egypt trading resumes, Dubai World signoff
Traders cautious in the UAE ahead of Egypt stock exchange 'reopening'
UAE markets close steady
Egypt Shares Slump, Sending Index to Two-Year Low After Two-Month Closure
Egypt's bourse resumed trading two days before a deadline that could have led to its removal from the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. Photographer: Andrew Burton/Bloomberg March 23 ...
Egypt's OT closes up 5 pct, broad index declines
Egyptian stocks plunge after bourse reopens
Cairo stockmarket reopens in sea of red
The New Egypt?
Power Line (blog)
Ynet, via Atlas Shrugs, points out that Egypt Air's route map suddenly shows an odd omission: no Israel. Ynet says that "Jordan's land reaches the Mediterranean Sea." Maybe, or else Israel has merged into an undifferentiated "Palestine. ...
Egypt Air removes Israel from map
Egypt Air deletes Israel from its destination list
Egyptair omits Israel from maps
New pages in Egypt's Facebook revolution
Ibrahim says he has become disillusioned with the new Egypt and the revolution and wants to shape a new movement online. Osama Ibrahim watches as a Facebook page is created in a cafe near Tahrir Square in Cairo. He says the joy he felt when Hosni ...