'Israel able to fulfill energy needs - but with costs'
After a Sinai gas pipeline bombing on Wednesday morning halted the flow of natural gas from Egypt to both Israel and Jordan, experts say that Israel will be able to fulfill its energy needs, but not without both financial and environmental costs, ...
Blast in Egypt cuts gas to Israel, Jordan
Egypt Gas Pipeline Is Bombed, Halting Supply
EGYPT: Pipeline blast halts gas exports to Israel, Jordan
Egypt's Mobinil net tumbles on political turmoil
Investors had awaited Mobinil's results for the first major indication of how the political unrest that toppled Egypt's president and brought much of the economy to a halt would affect company earnings. "The first quarter of 2011 was unusual for ...
Egypt's Mobinil 1Q Net Down 93.6% On Political Instability
Egypt's Mobinil First-Quarter Net Income Declines by 85%
Kansas City Star
The riddle of Obama and the shifting sands
America's relationship with the Middle East is changing – and Egypt is its test case, says Richard Spencer. In the days of Empire, monarchs and statesmen would refer to their colonies as children whose development needed overseeing in a firm but ...
US: Peace with Israel essential to future of Egyptian people
Majority in Egypt want peace treaty with Israel scrapped
Poll Finds Muslim Brotherhood with Over 70 Percent Favorability in Egypt
Hamas, Fatah reconciliation agreement reached in Egypt
Monsters and Critics.com
Cairo - After years of dispute, rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah signed a reconciliation agreement mediated by Egypt in Cairo on Wednesday, Fatah officials confirmed. The details of the surprise agreement would be revealed in a press ...
Hamas, Fatah Reach Reconciliation Deal
Egypt's FM fast tracks the Palestinian reconciliation cause
Arab spring pushes Palestinian rivals Hamas and Fatah to reconcile
New security agency starts work in Egypt
Egyptians clash with police in Cairo's main square during a large anti-government protest in a bid to topple the government President Hosni Mubarak in Cairo, Egypt on January January 25, 2011. UPI CAIRO, April 27 (UPI) -- The ruling Egyptian authority ...
Interior minister says Mubarak too frail to move
Egypt's Ex-President to Remain in Resort Town Hospital
Egyptians find their voice after years of repression
'Iran to expand gas exports to Egypt'
Syria's oil minister says that Iran will connect to the Arab Gas Pipeline via Syria and Iraq, which will open a route for the export of Iranian natural gas to Egypt. “Tehran, Baghdad and Damascus have held talks on the establishment of a 2000-kilometer ...
Egypt to open new chapter in relations with Iran: FM
Egypt, Iran to discuss new ties next month: Arabi
Qatar, Egypt hail historic relations
The Ice Melts In Iran's Cold War With Egypt
But for the past three decades, the realities of geography dividing Egypt and Iran have been stretched into a yawning chasm by the shadow of one Khalid Islambouli. The Islamist army officer who assassinated Egyptian President Anwar Sadat in 1981 in ...
Iran and the New Egypt: Better Relations, Greater Competition
Strange Bedfellows: Egypt Warming Up to Iran
Officials in Jerusalem warning 'planned attack is already in motion'
Christian Science Monitor
Both Uganda's protesters and its government draw lessons from Egypt revolution
Christian Science Monitor
For many in the opposition, Egypt has come to signify the promised land around the proverbial corner. For many in government, Egypt spells a fundamental challenge to power, one that must be resisted, whatever the cost." It's the memory of the Egyptian ...
IMF throws $12 billion lifeline to Egypt
The IMF is ready to help Egypt plug a funding gap of up to US$12 billion (Dh44.07bn) as the country seeks to rebuild its economy, says Dr Masood Ahmed, the fund's Middle East and Central Asia regional director. Possible financial aid for Egypt comes as ...
Egypt says has up to $12 billion funding gap: IMF
Mideast Popular Revolts Show Need to Create Jobs, Shield Poor, IMF Says
Egypt seeking loans from IMF, World Bank: minister
PREVIEW-Egypt cbank likely to keep rates steady amid turmoil
FACTORS TO WATCH: Egypt's economy nearly ground to a halt during weeks of protests that toppled the government of former President Hosni Mubarak in February, and some of its main sources of foreign exchange, including tourism and foreign investment, ...