Egypt diners watching Obama speech mix distrust with applause
Los Angeles Times
By the time he was finished, the president had received a smattering of applause on his vision for a democratic Egypt; as well as a few hefty tips on how to proceed. "It's a good token," said businessman Hany Naguib, 41, of Obama's $2-billion financing ...
Egypt welcomes Obama support for '67 Israel border
Obama's new Middle East not so new?
Israel Bristles at Obama's Call for 1967 Borders
Central Florida News 13
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood poised to prosper in post-Mubarak new era
The Muslim Brotherhood's senior spokesman, Issam el-Erian, says Egypt's revolution is on the right political track. Photograph: Sean Smith for the Guardian It's hard to miss the new headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Cairo neighbourhood of ...
Experts warn of rising violence against Christians in Egypt
Unity despite diversity in Egypt's history
Media Whitewashes Islamic Attacks on Egyptian Christians
Egypt's economic growth slows to 2.6%
CAIRO, May 19 (Xinhua) -- Egypt's Finance Minister Samir Radwan said on Thursday the country's economic growth rate decreased from 5.8 percent to 2.6 percent in the current fiscal year. Radwan said he expected that the economic growth would grow up to ...
Minister: Egypt budget deficit could reach $31 billion in fiscal year 2011-2012
'In Egypt we need strong leadership. At the moment that's the generals'
Debate over the fate of the former first family roils Egypt
Egypt FM: Renewal of our ties with Iran shouldn't worry Israel
CAIRO - Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Elaraby, who has been named as the Arab League's next secretary general, reiterated a commitment to his country's peace treaty with Israel yesterday but said Egypt reserved the right to maintain an ...
Finkelstein preaches to the choir at Egypt's AUC
Finkelstein: Arab dignity will bring peace to the Middle East
Egyptian FM meets with members of 'Israeli Initiative'
South African 'hard men' to miss Egypt
JOHANNESBURG — South Africa will lack injured 'hard men' Bongani Khumalo and Thanduyise Khuboni when they face defending champions Egypt in a crucial Africa Cup of Nations qualifier next month. Victory for Bafana Bafana (The Boys) on June 5 at the ...
Bafana Bafana to play on
Pitso warns of Cairo cauldron on and off pitch
All or nothing for super Egypt
Egypt's Property Tycoons Brought Low by Lone Engineer's Corruption Battle
Hamdy El Fakhrany poses for a photograph outside the courthouse in Cairo, Egypt, on Thurdsay, May 12, 2011. Photographer: Shawn Baldwin/Bloomberg Residential homes stand beside ...
Bausher leads New Egypt to win over Brick Memorial
Asbury Park Press
New Egypt's Emily Bausher connects for a home run during the third inning. / STAFF PHOTO: BRADLEY J. PENNER Brick Memorial freshman Gabby Hill nearly matched New Egypt's Emily Bausher, maybe the best pitcher in the state, pitch for pitch over five ...
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL: Bausher's big day leads New Egypt in Ocean County Tournament
President Obama outlines plans for aid in Egypt and Middle East
In between announcing $2 billion in aid for Egypt and a promise to help the region grow, he said you just can't base a lasting economic strategy on what comes out of the ground. Barack Obama: If you take out oil exports, this entire region of over 400 ...
The Role of Economic Opportunities in Middle East Uprisings
Will the US see more refugees from unrest in the Middle East?
Obama Mideast/North Africa speech: Background briefing. Transcript
Orascom: Bloodied but unbowed in Egypt
Financial Times (blog)
Q1 figures out this week from Orascom Telecom, North Africa's biggest mobile phone operator and one of Egypt's largest companies. At first glance – the company, which saw pre-tax profit for the three months to March 31 more than double to $128.9m, ...
Egypt's Orascom Telecom 1Q Net Boosted By Asset Sale
Egyptian Stocks: Beltone Financial, Juhayna, Orascom Telecom
MIDEAST STOCKS-Oman at 17-mth low on earnings; Egypt ends rally
The Associated Press
Arab uprising disturbing flow of anti-terror intel
The Associated Press
Extremist groups such as al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) are not believed to have played a big role in the uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya. But concerns are mounting they will exploit the instability caused by the sudden collapse of ...