The threat posed by religious violence in Egypt
By Editorial, AMONG THE MORE heartening aspects of the peaceful revolution that toppled Hosni Mubarak was the way it brought together people from across Egypt's social and religious spectrum. Muslims joined hands, literally and figuratively, ...
Burned-Out Cairo Church Shows New Egypt Risks Sectarian Schism
Sectarian Violence in Egypt
Egypt to lift restrictions on building churches
Egypt's trial by fire
Hosni Mubarak, the man who ruled Egypt for three decades, has been declared healthy enough to be transferred from his hospital in the luxury resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh, to the infamous Tora prison on the outskirts of Cairo, the capital. ...
Egypt tries to erase Hosni Mubarak's name
Switzerland to return all frozen assets if proven illegal, says delegation
Egypt: Mubarak's Release Delayed
UPDATE 1-Egypt's OCI Q1 profit rises, upbeat on demand
CA), Egypt's biggest listed firm, said on Wednesday it expected double-digit revenue and profit growth in 2011 and was upbeat on regional infrastructure spending. Chief Executive Officer Nassef Sawiris told Reuters the company, which reported a 77 ...
Egypt Project Tendering 'Back To Normal' - Orascom Construction CEO
Egyptian builder OCI sees post-crisis recovery
UPDATE 1-Egypt's GB Auto Q1 net falls, but beats forecasts
CAIRO May 11 (Reuters) - Egypt's GB Auto's (AUTO.CA) quarterly earnings beat analyst forecasts as passenger car sales in Iraq helped offset lower sales in its home market, hit by the political turmoil that brought much of the economy to a halt. ...
Egypt's GB Auto Q1 net income tumbles 88.8 pct y/y
Was Mubarak a Zionist?
It sounds absurd, but it's an accusation that has riled a lot of folks in Israel and Egypt. Of course, being called a Zionist is about as nasty a charge as there is in many parts of the Arab world, the dark corners of the blogosphere and a few other ...
Egypt's new foreign policy
Egypt and Iran Thaw Once Frosty Relations
The Cost of Egypt's Revolution?
Convicted Durham couple stranded in Egypt
DURHAM (WTVD) -- A Durham couple convicted on child trafficking charges in Egypt is trying to return home. The couple was recently released from prison after pleading not guilty and serving two years. Now the couple is finding that leaving the country ...
Durham couple imprisoned in Egypt faces more troubles
Growing Opposition to Egypt – Israel gas deal
Flames ripped through the skies of El-Arish in Northern-Sinai after an explosion on the main pipeline which provides Israel with 40% of its natural gas from Egypt. On April 27, the third attack on the pipeline in as many months had temporarily halted ...
Israeli PM boasts national unity “unlike Egypt”
Jordan agrees to new price for Egypt gas:paper
UBS: Oil could have impact
Egypt to form committee against sectarianism
"Egypt witnessed serious events threatening the security of our nation and the tolerance of soul among our people," Sharaf said. Twelve people were killed and 232 others were injured in clashes between Muslims and Copts on Saturday night in Giza, ...
No more discriminatory laws against churches in Egypt: PM Sharaf
Egypt PM to discuss Nile water in Africa visits
Egypt Tries to Turn Corner After Long Road of Crop Neglect
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt has released a plan to sharply increase production of important crops, with the goal of becoming self-sufficient in wheat and to “restore the glory” of Egyptian cotton after years of neglect under the regime of President ...
Egypt needs experience, Moussa claims
Egyptian protesters shout slogans demanding faster reforms during a demonstration at Cairo's Tahrir Square on April 8, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. UPI CAIRO, May 11 (UPI) -- Egypt needs a leader who knows the lay of the land and has the experience to serve ...