Egypt Plans Parliamentary Election
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egypt's military leadership will hold parliamentary elections in September, in an apparent nod to emerging political forces that had asked for more time to organize new political parties. Gen. Mamdouh Shaheen, right, with Gen. ...
Copts Can Run for Presidency: Brotherhood
Celebrations and challenges: Muslims and Christians look toward the future in ...
Maintaining the Veil of Silence
Egypt denies Mubarak left for Saudi Arabia
CAIRO, March 28 (UPI) -- Egypt's ruling council denies reports Hosni Mubarak went to Saudi Arabia for medical treatment, saying the ousted president is still under house arrest. Egypt's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces Monday posted a statement on ...
Egypt's Military Confirms Travel Ban on Mubarak
Mubarak And Family Placed Under House Arrest: Egypt Military
Egypt's new Constitution: an update
TransGlobe Energy buying Egypt assets for $60M
Canadian oil and gas producer TransGlobe Energy Corp. said Monday it will pay $60 million buy all the Egyptian assets of Egypt Petroleum Development Co. TransGlobe said Egypt Petroleum Development owns three oil fields with a total of 28 wells. ...
TransGlobe adds Egypt assets
Transglobe Energy to buy assets in Egypt
Egypt: TransGlobe to buy West Bakr concession
Middle East Protests: Latest Developments In Libya, Egypt, Syria (PHOTOS)
Disenfranchised citizens across the Arab world are continuing to take to the streets as part of protests inspired by demonstrations that successfully ousted leaders in Tunisia and Egypt. In Libya, rebel forces fought their way to the doorstep of ...
The Arab World's Agents of Change
Around the Arab World in four uprisings
Egypt PM Concludes Sudan Visit
Khartoum - As the Egypt's Prime Minister Dr. Essam Sharaf's Sudan visit came to an end, Sudan Vice President Ali Osman Mohammed Taha affirmed the country's commitment to further develop bilateral relations based on common interests and development ...
Egypt's prime minister, seeking a Nile River ally, visits Southern Sudan ...
Sudan: Egypt Vows to Open a 'New Page' With Govt
Egypt says will recognise new South Sudan state
Egypt's rally: can it last?
Financial Times (blog)
The massacre that was widely expected when Egypt's bourse finally reopened its doors after a revolution and several weeks of clumsily-handled closure has turned out to be nothing more than some slight bloodletting – followed by a dramatic rally. ...
Egypt stocks open strong, triggering market halt
Egypt stocks rally, locals step in
Egypt's investment potential increases significantly
OPINION: Keeping Our Eye on the Real Prize
Instead, the president and his advisors have neglected the real prize delivered up to the United State out of all the violence, chaos and uncertainty that has swept across the Middle East during the past three months: Egypt. Egypt matters in a way that ...
Obama and aides: The US can't intervene everywhere
Dawn of a new Arab nationalism
Thomas: A gift for the obvious
Abrupt Regime Change in Egypt Is Nothing New. Just Ask Thutmose III.
New York Times
This sequence of events — which may sound familiar to those who followed this year's overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's ruler of nearly three decades — actually occurred, the scholar Toby Wilkinson said in a recent essay in The Wall Street ...
'Cheap' Bread to Cost Billions in New Egypt
Political change may be remaking Egypt, but "we trust in God that the bread's going to stay cheap," said Shadia Abdul Halim, 45, a mother of six patiently queued up to buy. Bread has stayed cheap even as Egypt's other food prices leaped upward by 17 ...
Schlumberger sees modest hit from Africa, Mideast
There were "significant" revenue disruptions in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya, Gould told the Howard Weil Energy Conference in New Orleans. Minor disruptions were felt in Ivory Coast, Yemen, Bahrain and Oman, and in Algeria due to logistics from Tunisia. ...
Schlumberger Says Weather, Turmoil to Hurt Net