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Egypt stocks open strong, triggering market halt
Egypt's stock exchange surged by about 5 percent early Sunday as investors previously cautious about its nearly two-month closure returned to the market and began reversing the earlier losses. The broader EGX100 index traded up ...
Egypt Rallies Most Since 2009 on Speculation Drop Overdone
Egypt stocks rally, locals step in
Egypt share price surge triggers halt in trading
Egypt natives talk about nation's history
With turmoil and revolution hitting Egypt and other Middle Eastern countries, natives of Egypt gathered with their Chippewa Valley neighbors to talk about their history. Dr. Mahmoud Taman and Dr. Emil Ibrahim showed slides discussing Egypt's long ...
Egypt's unfinished revolution
The Nation Newspaper
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 ...
Photo Essay: Sand sweeps deserted pyramids as few tourists go to Cairo's ...
How Egypt's Revolution Looked From the American University in Cairo
A call for making Egypt Egyptian
Brutal crackdowns chill the Arab Spring
CAIRO -- The Arab Spring, which began with an exuberant burst in Tunisia and Egypt and swept up protesters from North Africa to the Persian Gulf, is running into a brutal counter-revolution by hard-line regimes. ...
Brutal crackdowns chill the 'Arab Spring'
Following Egypt's lead
Trailblazer: The Domino Effect of Protesting
Concluding Eight Significant Agreements between Sudan, Egypt
Egyptian Premier, Dr. Isam Sharaf, began a visit to Sudan regarded as the first to be paid by a high-ranking Egyptian official after 25th January Revolution in Egypt, heading a high-level ministerial delegation that included eight ministers whereas ...
Egypt Will Recognize Independent Southern Sudan, Minister Says
Egypt seeks food and water security in Sudan
Egypt says will recognise new South Sudan state
Egypt Thwarts Attack on Sinai Natural Gas Pipeline, MENA Reports
Egypt has 77 trillion cubic feet (2.18 trillion cubic meters) in gas reserves and is the main producer of the fuel in the eastern Mediterranean, according to the US Energy Department. The country exported 650 billion cubic feet in 2009, ...
Attempt to blow up Egypt's gas pipeline to Israel, Jordan fails
Bid to bomb gas pipeline to Israel fails
Botched sabotage attempt on Egypt-Israel gas link
Rumsfeld worries Brotherhood will hijack Egyptian revolution
Former Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said he fears that Egypt's revolution could be “hijacked” by the Muslim Brotherhood, adding that early elections would give the Islamist group an advantage over disorganized secular parties. ...
Reading the Referendum by Mustafa El-Labbad
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood gains grip, could block changes
Multiplying Tahrir Square
Botswana reaches first African Cup of Nations, 7-time champion Egypt ...
The Canadian Press
JOHANNESBURG — Botswana has qualified for the African Cup of Nations for the first time, while defending champion Egypt is facing the prospect of missing out on the continental championship it has previously dominated. Unfancied Botswana became the ...
African Nations Cup Botswana book Cup berth
Botswana in Nations Cup finals for first time
Live Nations Cup qualifying