CBS' Lara Logan Thought She Would Die During Sexual Assault in Egypt
CBS correspondent Lara Logan thought she was about to die as she endured a sexual assault in Egypt's Tahrir Square while covering the political uprising in that country. "There was no doubt in my mind that I was in ...
CBS' Lara Logan describes being sexually assaulted in Egypt's Tahrir Square
Lara Logan Speaks Out About Assault In Egypt: 'They Raped Me With Their Hands ...
Lara Logan speaks out about assault in Egypt
Egypt Religious Freedom Violations Cited
WASHINGTON (RNS) A religious freedom watchdog panel has added Egypt to its list of the worst violators of religious liberty, citing attacks on Coptic Christians that occurred surrounding the downfall of former President Hosni Mubarak ...
US Commission Cites Egypt for Violating Religious Freedoms
US report puts Egypt with worst religion violators
Religious freedom watchdog group adds Egypt to violator list
Egypt's Policy Upends Mideast Order
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egypt's brokering of a tentative power-sharing deal between two rival Palestinian factions underlines a more independent Egyptian foreign policy that could challenge US and Israeli objectives in the Middle East, ...
Egypt FM: Gaza border crossing to be permanently opened
Egypt's revolution brings new players to move Palestinian pieces into place
Palestinians close ranks after Egypt brokers reconciliation
New York Times
In Shift, Egypt Warms to Iran and Hamas, Israel's Foes
New York Times
Emilio Morenatti/AP Israel has relied on Egypt's help to police the border with Gaza, above in 2006, but Egypt says it is planning to end its blockade. By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK CAIRO — Egypt is charting a new course in its foreign policy that has ...
Ice melts in Iran's cold war with Egypt
Qatar favors resumed Iran-Egypt ties
Egypt and Iran Assassinating Middle East Peace Once Again
U.S. Embassy resumes normal operations in Egypt
The State Department previously ordered the departure of all non-emergency US government personnel and their families from Egypt on February 1, at the height of the uprising that ousted ex-leader Hosni Mubarak. Thursday's notice alerted US citizens ...
US Lifts Travel Restrictions for Egypt; Embassy Back to Normal
US says embassy personnel can return to Egypt
With Mubarak gone, Egypt's Islamists see political opportunities
Egypt Central Bank Keeps Key Interest Rates Unchanged
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO (Dow Jones)--Egypt's Central Bank decided to keep its interest rates unchanged for the 13th consecutive time after its meeting Thursday afternoon. The bank will keep its overnight deposit rate at 8.25% and ...
Egypt Keeps Its Interest Rate Unchanged at 8.25% to Boost Economic Growth
Egyptian Bank Keeps Rate Unchanged to Spur Economic Growth
Egypt's interest rates unchanged for 13th consecutive time
Egypt and its Neighbors
New Yorker (blog)
El Araby was appointed on March 6th and has since set to work recalibrating Egypt's relations with its neighbors. He has moved toward normalizing relations with Iran, and declared that Israel should be held to its treaty obligations. ...
US: Peace with Israel essential to future of Egyptian people
'Totally opposed to canceling Egypt-Israel peace treaty'
Former Egyptian envoy backs peace with Israel
Egypt natural gas cut has Jordan thinking liquid
AMMAN - A recent cut in the Egyptian natural gas supply to Jordan is expected to take two weeks to repair, an energy official said on Thursday, as the Cabinet announced several emergency measures to help reduce the country's electricity ...
Jordan rationing electricity after Egypt blast
Sinai gas explosion exposes Egypt-Israel rift
EGYPT: Pipeline blast halts gas exports to Israel, Jordan
EGYPT, TUNISIA: After revolutions, rising to North Africa's economic challenges
Los Angeles Times
As Egypt and Tunisia move away from their former regimes, the political path seems much clearer than the economic one. Both countries are setting the foundations to shift to a democratic political regime that will give all political movements the right ...
The Economics of the Arab Spring
Focus: Is democracy the answer?
Worries about the Arab Democratic Renaissance
Mexico returns archaeological piece to Egypt
The relic's recovery shows "the high level of legal cooperation" between Egypt and Mexico, AG's office international affairs coordinator Guillermo Valls said during the ceremony at which the piece was returned to the Egyptian Embassy. ...