Globe and Mail
Obama to propose economic help to Egypt, Tunisia, in Middle East speech
President Obama plans to propose new economic help to Tunisia and Egypt on Thursday as those nations try to forge democracies that he hopes can become models in the turbulent Middle East. The economic proposals, including ...
Obama to pledge Egypt aid in speech
Obama Plans Aid for Egypt, Tunisia
In Mid-East Speech, Obama Will Announce Aid Package For Egypt And Tunisia
Amnesty urges Egypt unrest probe
Egypt's authorities still have more work to do to give justice to those killed and injured during the rallies that ousted President Hosni Mubarak, Amnesty International says. In a report, Amnesty gives an account of human ...
Egypt still long way from justice over uprising deaths, says Amnesty
Amnesty: Egypt still abusing human rights
Rights group says military behind most cases of torture in Egypt
Egypt's Orascom Telecom 1Q Net Boosted By Asset Sale
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO (Zawya Dow Jones)--Egypt's Orascom Telecom Holding (ORSTF, ORTE.CI)reported Wednesday a sharp jump in first-quarter earnings as it booked a hefty gain from the sale of its Tunisian operations. ...
MIDEAST STOCKS-Oman at 17-mth low on earnings; Egypt ends rally
Egypt Orascom Telecom 1Q Net Before Minority Interest $822M
Orascom Telecom of Egypt Drops After Scrapping Dividend
What I'm exploring in Egypt
I'm in Egypt this week shooting a special edition of CNN GPS to air this Sunday at 10am ET/PT. There are several big questions I'm hoping to better understand with my visit to Cairo: 1. What is Egyptian democracy going to look ...
Egypt After the Revolution
Egypt revolt poses a test for American University
New Egypt should reflect Tahrir spirit
Egypt shifts to military justice for civilians in post-Mubarak era
Christian Science Monitor
A military court in Cairo this week sentenced to death a 17-year-old boy, highlighting a disturbing trend in post-Mubarak Egypt: trying civilians in military courts. The minor, whose death sentence is ...
AI denounces Egypt military courts
Egypt to hang 17-year-old youth
Egypt teenager's death sentence condemned
Daily Star - Lebanon
Analysis: Egypt's real estate sector down, not out
By Dina Zayed CAIRO (Reuters) - There seem to be plenty of good reasons to avoid Egypt's battered real estate sector, yet some investors are tiptoeing back into stocks seen as less exposed to legal probes of questionable state land sales. ...
Egypt Property Companies Surge for Second Day on Proposed Law
Proposed law may lift Egypt real-estate stocks
Egypt's Talaat Moustafa Q1 profits down but resilient
Financier's hearing...Report: Egypt abuses...Tabloid frenzy
London-based Amnesty International has called on Egypt's military rulers to overhaul the country's security forces to ensure accountability and prevent human rights violations. VICKSBURG, Miss. (AP) — Some farmers near Vicksburg, Miss., ...
Ruppersberger: Military Should Pay for Trips Home for Soldiers Deployed in Egypt
About 440 Maryland soldiers, including those from the SGM Jerome Grollman Armory in Dundalk, serve on the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. Currently, they must pay their own way home on leave. By Ron Cassie | Email the author | 3:26pm Marisa Burkholdt's ...
Maryland National Guard's one-way ticket abroad
Ruppersberger proposes paying for R&R travel
Ruppersberger to announce legislation to help National Guard members in Egypt ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood submits documents for new party
Channel 6 News Online
CAIRO (BNO NEWS) – Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood on Wednesday submitted the required documents for official recognition as a political party, Ahram online reported. The Muslim Brotherhood, one of Egypt's most powerful political forces, announced its ...
Egypt's Brotherhood party chooses Christian VP
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood seeks power, softens image
The Muslim Brotherhood seeks public approval to go political in Egypt
Al Qaeda "appoints Saif al-Adel" as interim leader
Reports say that Egypt-born Saif al-Adel has been appointed "caretaker" leader of Al Qaeda following the death of Osama bin Laden. A report by CNN says that Saif al-Adel, a former Egyptian special forces officer, has been appointed “caretaker” leader ...
Succession Battle Threatens to Split Al Qaeda
New Bin Laden?! Egyptian Appointed As Al-Qaeda's Leader
Al-Qaeda names Egypt's Adel as interim chief