After Egypt's revolution, malaise spreads
KAFR EL-MESELHA, EGYPT — The main road in this dusty town on the Nile River Delta no longer bears the name of its most famous son. Hosni Mubarak Road is now simply Road No. 16. Gone too are the once ubiquitous mosaics and framed ...
Hosni Mubarak to stand trial, prosecutors say
Egypt will try ex-President Mubarak in protesters' deaths
Egypt's Ex-President Mubarak, Sons to Face Trial
Could Muslim Brotherhood Take Over Egypt?
Voice of America
Photo: AP As political Islam grows as a force in post-revolution Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood is forming its first political party and getting ready for a good showing in upcoming parliamentary elections. And this has liberal and secular parties ...
Group allays fears of Egypt Islamic regime
The battle for Egypt's identity is joined
Mohamed ElBaradei on Egypt's future
G-8 Expected to Steer Aid to Egypt, Tunisia
Wall Street Journal
The G-8 leaders are expected to unveil a package of political and financial economic assistance for Egypt and Tunisia, which toppled their decades-old despotic regimes earlier this year. The revolutions cleared the way for political reform, ...
Egypt and Tunisia look to world's richest nations to save their economies ...
World Bank Sends Billions to Aid Egypt, Tunisia
World Bank sets $6 bln in aid for Egypt, Tunisia
Obama and Cameron back multibillion-dollar plans to help Egypt and Tunisia
David Cameron and Barack Obama are to back multibillion-dollar plans at their Downing Street summit to pour greater international financial and political support into Egypt and Tunisia in a bid to stabilise political reform. ...
Egypt May Put Off Fourth Mobile-Phone License, Reviews Intervention Law
Telecom Egypt, the fixed-line monopoly that owns 45 percent of Vodafone's local unit, has said it wants to offer mobile phone services and is prepared to acquire an existing operator. Photographer: Chris Hondros/Getty Images Egypt's government may put ...
Egypt mulls delay in a fourth mobile licence after economics concerns
Fourth mobile licence unlikely in short term
Report: Telecom Egypt looks to re-enter talks with Vodafone over mobile stake sale
Facing the future
Wael Ghonim, the Google executive and lauded online activist behind Egypt's democracy movement, urges 'action' during a time of uncertainty. Can you guess which of these images would be the most memorable? Give up? It's the top left and bottom right ...
JFK Awards Given to Egypt Activist, NC Advocate
Egypt activist wins JFK “Profiles in Courage” award
Kennedy library flies the man who began Egypt's Facebook revolution to US for ...
Tombs of King Tut's Advisers Open to Public
Seven ancient Egyptian tombs have been opened on Monday in South Saqqara, in a bid to boost Egypt' suffering tourism industry. Dating to the New Kingdom, a period that lasted from the 16th century to 11th century BC, the tombs are located near Djoser's ...
7 New Kingdom tombs to be opened to public in Egypt
Egypt hopes restored tombs attract tourists
Egypt opens 7 New Kingdom tombs to tourists
Bafana players optimistic against Egypt
Bafana Bafana's preparations are continuing ahead of their upcoming 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Egypt. The clash will take place at the Cairo International Stadium in Egypt on Sunday, 5 June. The South Africans have set up camp at the ...
South Africa players confident ahead of Egypt clash
Bafana keeper says Egypt are not invincible
Serero blow for Bafana
Libya Is Neither Tunisia Nor Egypt
Libya is neither Tunisia nor Egypt. The (Gaddafi) bloc in power and the forces fighting against it have no analogues in Tunisia or Egypt. Gaddafi has never been anything but a clown whose vacuous thought is reflected in the famous "Green ...
The Message From Benghazi
Financial Times (blog)
Egypt faces choice of populism or reform: Citi
TEL AVIV (MarketWatch) — Egypt, which is looking toward electing a new government in the fall, is facing a stark choice between continued populist economic policies and major fiscal and exchange-rate reforms, ...
Egypt: friends rally round; will stocks rally, too?
Study shows top spenders in travel and tourism