Egypt's Unfinished Revolution
New York Times
While everyone is focusing on the war in Libya, the revolution is still playing out in Egypt — a vital fact that its neighbors and other nations should not forget. The mostly peaceful protests that overthrew President Hosni Mubarak six weeks ago were ...
Egypt's Facebook revolution faces identity crisis
Not so fast, Egypt
Facebook's Egypt visitors up by 1 million in February
Hindu Business Line
Egypt's revolutionaries say abusive treatment persists
Cairo, Egypt (CNN) -- "Where is the revolution going, the revolution that began in Tahrir Square?" asked a short brunette holding a microphone. "What happened to the revolution we created? ...
Egypt Soldiers Tortured Female Protesters, Gave "Virginity Tests" Following ...
Egypt protesters' torture claims
Egypt: 'Virginity Tests' For Women Protesters?
Financial Times (blog)
Egypt Shares Tumble to 2-Year Low as Trading Resumes in Cairo
San Francisco Chronicle
March 23 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's shares tumbled, sending the benchmark index to the lowest level in almost two years, after a two-month suspension amid unrest that toppled the North African country's president. The benchmark EGX 30 Index, ...
Egypt Benchmark Index Extends Decline, Led by Banks; Orascom Telecom Gains
Egypt benchmark index off; broad market higher
Further decline in Egypt's bourse in day of better trading
Gates urges Syrians "take lesson" from Egypt revolt
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - US Defence Secretary Robert Gates said on Thursday that Syria should learn from the example of Egypt, where the army held fire as the people overthrew the rule of former president Hosni Mubarak. ...
Gates calls for Syrian forces to move aside
U.S. Says Egypt Vote Shouldn't Be Rushed
Gates Assures Egypt Of Ongoing Aid
Successful Referendum In Egypt
Voice of America
The referendum is considered an important step in Egypt's transition toward democracy. It included several constitutional amendments proposed by a panel appointed by the military, which has been leading Egypt since last month's ouster of President ...
Egypt in tug of war for its future
Egypt and democracy: Yes they can
The Brotherhood's Coming-Out Party
Rising Bafana take on secretive Egypt
Egypt's slide down the Fifa rankings would have given Bafana Bafana hope ahead of tomorrow night's crucial Nations Cup qualifier between the two teams at Ellis Park. While coach Pitso Mosimane's team has moved from 92nd to 46th in the rankings in less ...
Mosimane: Egypt are not off form
Pharaohs game will be testing, says South Africa coach
Mphela wants Somma link-up
Trend News Agency
Egypt tells J'lem it is committed to the peace accord
CAIRO - Egypt's foreign minister told an Israeli official on Thursday that Cairo was committed to its international treaties, Egypt's foreign ministry said, reiterating that the countries' peace accord is secure. It was the first publicly announced ...
Egypt resumes supply of gas to Israel
Rafah opened for Egypt cement import
Libya-headed Palestinian doctors wait Egypt's approval to pass
Globe and Mail (blog)
Wall Street inches up as miners, energy offset unrest
Money manager Van Eck Global resumed creating new shares of its Market Vectors Egypt Index Exchange Traded Fund (EGPT.P) after the local Egyptian market reopened. The fund was down 8.7 percent at $15.20, following losses in the Egyptian market. ...
Trading In Egyptian Stocks & ETF Halted Temporarily After Big Sell-Off
FACTBOX-New law to open door to political parties in Egypt
March 24 (Reuters) - Egypt's government has approved a law easing curbs that choked political life under deposed President Hosni Mubarak, opening the door for the formation of new parties that will compete in elections this year. ...
Egypt to protest against anti-protest law
Egypt: Protests affecting economy to be illegal
Egypt's cabinet approves new law criminalizing protests
Libya, Ivory Coast lose home advantage; doubts over Egypt's readiness for ...
The Canadian Press
JOHANNESBURG — Political turmoil has affected the third round of qualifiers for the 2012 African Cup of Nations with Libya and Ivory Coast losing home advantage and Egypt facing a crucial match with doubts over the readiness of its team. ...