Elections in Egypt by the Fall, Leaders Say
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt's military rulers announced an interim constitution Wednesday and said presidential elections would be held by November, both important steps in their plan for getting out of the daily business of governing the country. Maj. ...
Cairo Revolution Finds New Target: Free Market
Egypt's presidential vote to be held by November
Egypt plans presidential elections in November
Sydney Morning Herald
Egypt says US dragging its feet on freezing Mubarak assets
US officials say they are still reviewing the request by Egypt's prosecutor general, but they add privately that the matter is more complicated than a simple freezing of funds. US officials say that in Libya's case, they were able to freeze $32 billion ...
Post-Mubarak Egypt Probes Public Land Contracts
Nicholas Kristof on Post-Revolutionary Egypt
Egypt will lift emergency laws
New York Times
Egypt likely to face more difficult relations with Israel, US
CAIRO — Whatever new government emerges from the uprising in Tahrir Square, Egypt's relations with Israel and the United States are likely to become more difficult in the months ahead with an infusion of ...
Washington Watch: The next chapter in Egypt's book
Democracy Is Messy
Egypt's revolution orchestrated by the Ikhwan (Muslim Brotherhood); shariah ...
Assad Egypt Playbook Runs Risk of Lebanon-Style Sectarian Split
Photographer: Louai Beshara/AFP/Getty Images Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is following step-by-step a playbook that couldn't protect Egypt's Hosni Mubarak. From replacing ministers, to pledging reforms and an end to emergency rule, to expressing ...
Assad's Alawite army still calls all the shots
Syria's cabinet dissolved | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-03-30
President Assad And The Syrian Business Elite
Ethiopia to defy Egypt and build huge Nile dam
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia on Wednesday said it planned to build a huge dam on the Nile despite a long-running row with Egypt over use of the river and concern the dispute may spark a war. The nine countries through which the ...
Ethiopia to build Nile dam, in defiance of Egypt
Ethiopia to Start Construction of Grand Dam on Nile River
Nile Debate Emphasizes Conservation, Water Sharing
Daily Star - Lebanon
Market Report: Egypt's Bourse up 1.3 per cent, making fourth day of rises
Egypt's stock market closed 1.32 per cent up at 5480.94 points fuelled by a renewed foreign buying spree on Wednesday and marking the fourth consecutive daily rise of the Bourse's main index. An early half-hour dip on the EGX30 was countered by a sharp ...
Egypt exchange posts moderate gains
Egypt bourse to resume normal trade hours Sunday
Egyptian bourse continues to rise
Egypt Stocks: Alexandria Portland Cement, EFG-Hermes Holding
Egypt's benchmark EGX 30 Index (EGX30) gained for a fourth day, gained 1.3 percent to 5480.94 at the 1:30 pm close in Cairo. The measure has retreated 23 percent this quarter, the world's worst ...
CI Capital cuts Orascom Construction price target
Orascom sets tone in Egypt
Egypt extends olive branch to Iran; seeks to normalize ties
International Business Times
Egypt extends olive branch to Iran; seeks to normalize ties Egypt's new foreign minister Nabil Al-Arabi has said that his country also would like to turn over a new leaf with respect to Hezbollah in Lebanon. "Iran is a state in the region, ...
Iran Welcomes Egypt's Call to Mend Relations
Egypt Wants To Turn Over A New Leaf With Iran: Foreign Minister
Iran welcomes Egypt's readiness to promote bilateral ties
Shadow Government: A White House Divided on Syria
By Michael Singh More so than the conflicts in Tunisia, Libya, and Bahrain, and perhaps even more than the fall of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt, the recent violence in Syria has posed a challenge to the Obama administration's strategy in the Middle East. ...
Israel fears the alternative if Syria's Assad falls
Israel's Favorite Dictator
Analysis: Syria status quo serves Israelis and Palestinians
Egypt's EFG-Hermes Q4 net tumbles 62.2 pct
CA), Egypt's biggest investment bank, said on Wednesday fourth-quarter net profit tumbled 62.2 percent from a year earlier, as market conditions slumped further and 2011 would be difficult. Fourth quarter net profit fell to 32 million Egyptian pounds ...
Egypt's EFG Hermes sees 27 per cent boost in annual profits