JFK Awards Given to Egypt Activist, NC Advocate
A North Carolina school board member who fought redistricting plans because of racial segregation concerns and a Google executive who launched a Facebook page that sparked protests in Egypt were given the annual John F. Kennedy ...
Profiles in Courage: Wael Ghonim
Egyptian uprising hero says social networks crucial
JFK awards given to Egypt activist, U.S. advocate
Egypt opens 7 New Kingdom tombs to tourists
Egypt's antiquities ministry opened seven new tombs to tourism Monday, including the final resting place of King Tut's head bean counter and a tomb built for a general who would become king. Zahi Hawass, the Minister of State for ...
Egypt Opens 6 New Tombs, Including King Tut's General
Egypt opens 7 Pharaonic tombs to tourists
7 tombs in New Kingdom Cemetery open
Business Intelligence Middle East (press release)
Egypt Yields Signal Higher Cost for $1 Billion Bond Sale as Economy Rocked
Egypt, struggling to raise funds at local government debt auctions, is turning to international markets for the first time since a popular revolt in February ended the three-decade rule of President Hosni Mubarak. Egypt's 10-year dollar bonds, ...
Egypt Plans $1 Billion Eurobond Sale This Year, Radwan Says
Egypt to sell USD1b in Eurobonds
Finance Ministry mulls joining special govt funds to state budget
Egypt's ruined economy
Everyone will agree history was made in Tahrir Square and Egypt's politics took a great step forward with the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak. But have Egypt's economics taken a big step backwards? One of the generals running the country presented a ...
Egypt is not in our pocket
Army's latest statement a warning against mass protests, says analyst
Egyptian bloggers rally against military
EGYPT: Death sentence for police officer who killed protesters
Los Angeles Times
28, a day when hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the streets of Egypt. The court found Mun'em had fired randomly at demonstrators, Nile TV said. Authorities have been unable to locate Mun'em, and it was not immediately clear what evidence had ...
In Egypt, Police Officer Is Sentenced to Death
De-Mubarakisation drive hits Egypt films
Call for more protests in Egypt
The battle for Egypt's identity is joined
Just three months after the world delighted in Egypt's peaceful revolution attention has been focusing on a rather more troubling scenario – the sectarianism from which Egypt has suffered for more than three decades and which lies ...
Puma Tracks: What Have the Fires of Egypt Wrought?
Egyptian Copts demand end to post-revolution sectarianism
Egypt: Copts report many girls abducted, pressured to convert to Islam and marry
The Nation, Pakistan
Saudi $4 bln lifeline to Egypt won't come for free
Reuters Blogs (blog)
Saudi Arabia's $4 billion lifeline to Egypt comes just as the country is still discussing an aid package with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. Cairo has hinted it wasn't ready to accept the conditionality attached to both bodies' ...
Amr Moussa: Israel needs to get serious about peace
Opportunities for economic and political inclusion in the Arab Spring
Egypt Stocks Rally Most Since March on US, Saudi Arabia Aid
NJ HS SOFTBALL: Sixth inning rally helps New Egypt grab league title
And no, this year's New Egypt softball team isn't currently resembling the one that would dial up the 'same thing last year' channel. “Yes, the girls are pretty much the same people we had last year — that won a state championship — but this year has ...
Florence (2) at New Egypt (6) - Softball
Financial Times (blog)
'Shariah in Egypt is enough for us,' Muslim Brotherhood leader says
Hurriyet Daily News
Fears that the Muslim Brotherhood might bring an Islamic regime to Egypt are unfounded, one of the leaders of the recently legalized group said Monday, explaining that shariah is already in the Egyptian constitution. “If you go to any court in Egypt, ...
Mohamed ElBaradei on Egypt's future
ElBaradei: Egypt is 'disintegrating,' Muslim Brotherhood is too influential
ElBaradei Says Egypt's Economy is "Bust"
Autocratic regimes fight Web-savvy opponents with their own tools
In Sudan, young people inspired by the uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia have used social media to organize sporadic demonstrations against the longtime ruling party. Osman Hummaida, a New York-based activist who runs the African Center for Justice and ...
Authoritarian regimes take fight into cyberspace
Syria adopts two-faced strategy with social media
Seeking to Disrupt Protesters, Syria Cracks Down on Social Media