Crime wave grips Egypt, absence of police blamed
The Associated Press
A police state barely three months ago, Egypt has seen crime soar 200 percent since Hosni Mubarak's ouster from the presidency. Murder, violent theft and kidnapping are leading the surge, security officials said. In many ways, this country of more than ...
Crime wave grips Egypt blamed on lack of police
Gang kidnaps great-niece of former Egypt president
Egypt gang briefly kidnaps Sadat relative
Egypt freezes assets of top Mubarak-era officials
CAIRO, April 4 (Xinhua) -- Egypt froze the funds and bank accounts of several previous top officials and their families on Monday, as part of the country's anti-corruption campaign since the fall of former President Hosni Mubarak. ...
Egypt freezes assets of three former Mubarak aides
Egypt's Reserves Fall to Lowest Since 2007 After Uprising
Official death toll in Egypt uprising doubles to over 800
MPs berate UK's weapons exports
Countries recently sold UK arms include Libya, Egypt and Bahrain. The government, which recently revoked arms licences to many of the countries mentioned, welcomed the findings. As recently as last year, Britain approved arms exports to regimes that ...
UK arms sales to Arab states under fire
Britain has allowed its weapons to be used for internal repression, MPs say
Government Slammed Over Arms Exports
Soccer riot in Egypt, which is strange because it's usually such a mellow ...
Egypt and Algeria are not the best of soccer buddies; you may recall the World Cup qualifying match in 2009, when Egyptian fans didn't even wait for the Algerians to get off their team bus at their hotel before throwing rocks at them. ...
Egypt delay may 'bankrupt' clubs
Soccer-Egypt league games could be played behind closed doors
Egypt Pressures CAF to be Lenient on Zamalek After Soccer Pitch Invasion
3 Scenarios for Egypt's Future -- The Good, the Bad and Ugly
Fox News (blog)
Though no one can predict at this point what Egypt will look like in the days and weeks to come, it is possible to envision three scenarios that all pose potential problems for American policy. SCENARIO #1: The rosy scenario is that Egypt will become a ...
Egypt's foreign minister talks tough on Israel
How divided is Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood?
Could Egypt emerge as an Islamic state in the future?
Libya: The New Egypt?
St. Norbert Times
They began in December 2010, with protests first occurring in Tunisia and started gaining more publicity with protests in Egypt being highly covered by the media. The events in Tunisia created a domino effect, which led to similar protests throughout ...
Fox News (blog)
Egypt ready to 'open new page' in relations with Iran
By Reuters Tags: Israel news Egypt Iran Cairo is ready to re-establish diplomatic ties with Tehran after a break of more than 30 years, Egypt's foreign minister said on Monday, signaling a shift in Iran policy since the fall of President Hosni Mubarak. ...
Tehran, Cairo take steps to resume full diplomatic ties: report
Egypt, Iran set to reestablish diplomatic ties - paper
'Iran lawmakers to visit Egypt'
Egypt army says won't allow extremists to control the country
CAIRO, April 4 (Xinhua) -- Egypt's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces said Monday that it will not allow any extremist group to take control of the country. In a meeting between the council and editors-in-chief of state newspapers and MENA news agency ...
Army says no to 'Khomeini rule' in Egypt
Egypt's EGAS Raises Price of Gas Sales to Spain's Union Fenosa
Union Fenosa, a unit of Barcelona-based Gas Natural SDG SA that holds a 50 percent share of a gas-liquefaction plant in Egypt, didn't reply to an e-mail seeking comment. The Egyptian state-run company, known as EGAS, is also negotiating to increase the ...
Reuters Blogs (blog)
David Rothkopf: The Arab Spring needs a success story: if we have to choose ...
That's because in a region full of screeching, competing urgencies, there are few things more important to the United States' interests than in making Egypt's revolution work. And to make that revolution a success -- to ensure Egyptian stability and ...
US investors likely to help new regimes in oil countries
Contagious illusions of Gaddafi's power
“Winds of change” in the Arab world