Trial for Mubarak Is Set for August
New York Times
By AP CAIRO (AP) — Former President Hosni Mubarak, who held absolute power in Egypt for nearly 30 years, will go on trial on Aug. 3 on charges of corruption and intentionally killing unarmed protesters, a court official said Wednesday. ...
Egypt sets Aug. 3 for Mubarak's criminal trial
Virginity tests: Misogyny and intimidation in Egypt
Egypt's Mubarak, sons to stand trial on Aug. 3
Egypt limits crossings at Gaza border
JERUSALEM — Egypt reimposed restrictions Wednesday on the number of Palestinians allowed to enter from the Gaza Strip at the Rafah crossing, days after permanently opening the border point in a move to ease Israel's blockade of the ...
Open Border at Gaza Is Not So Open, Palestinians Find
Ours is not to reason why
Hamas strongman accuses Abbas of breaching reconciliation pact
Ex-Egypt Bank Chairman Omar Held on Sex Charges in New York
June 1 (Bloomberg) -- The former chairman of Egypt's Bank of Alexandria was held overnight at New York's Riker's Island jail complex after being arraigned in Manhattan on charges of sexually abusing a maid at the Pierre Hotel in New ...
Egypt Bank's Former Chairman Arraigned on Sexual Abuse Charges in New York
Another Business Titan Faces Sexual Abuse Charges
Egypt banker accused of assaulting hotel maid
The Guardian (blog)
'Virginity tests' and the abuse of Egypt's women
They are a controversial but relatively common practice in Egypt -- so much so that hymenoplasty (hymen restoration) is often sought by Egyptian brides to protect their reputation on their wedding night. But their use as an intimidation factor by ...
Women's rights must not be forgotten in Arab revolutions
US lawmakers hesitant about increasing aid to Egypt
Letter from Cairo / Sonia Farid: Tell me if you're a virgin and I'll tell you ...
Egypt raises taxes to ease poverty
Egypt has introduced a capital gains tax and increased public spending by a quarter in its first budget after the fall of Hosni Mubarak, the former president who was ousted in February by protesters demanding freedom and social ...
Egypt's 10-Year Dollar Bond Jumps as Radwan Raises Taxes
Egypt to Impose 10% Capital Gains Tax, Finance Minister Says
Egypt lifts minimum wage
Egypt Tax Levies May Trigger Stock Drop After 10% Rally, EFG-Hermes Says
Egypt's benchmark stock index, the world's third-best performer in May, may fall after the government unveiled a capital gains tax on dividends and higher corporate tax bracket to rein in the budget ...
Iran, Egypt should establish axis of anti-Zionism: Ahmadinejad
TEHRAN -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said that Iran and Egypt should make every effort to be anti-Zionist countries. Ahmadinejad made the remarks on Wednesday during a meeting with a 45-member Egyptian delegation that attended the Fifth ...
Ahmadinejad wants 'anti-Zionist, anti-arrogance' Egypt
'Regional enemies fear Iran, Egypt ties'
Iran ready to share its nuclear technologies with Egypt
Telecom Egypt Quarterly Profit Declines 10% on Protests
San Francisco Chronicle
AP sources: US, Pakistan partnership on mend 06.01.11 June 1 (Bloomberg) -- Telecom Egypt, the country's monopoly fixed-line telephone company, posted a 10 percent decline in first-quarter profit as services were disrupted by anti- government protests. ...
Citadel and Commercial International Bank: Egypt Equity Preview
Outrage over exoneration of Egypt telecom giants in communications shutdowns
Big caps pull Egypt's bourse down
Daily Star - Lebanon
Iran spying case impacts Cairo-Tehran relation thaw
CAIRO, June 1 (Xinhua) -- The spying case that resulted in the expulsion of an Iranian diplomat from Egypt on Monday will negatively affect the track of relation improvement between Cairo and Tehran, Egyptian political analysts said. ...
'Iran needs to do more if it wants to have good relations with Egypt'
Iran's FM Lauds Revival of Egypt's Determining Role in Region
Iran says diplomat in Egypt returns home
Desperate Egypt, Cameroon on the brink of elimination from 2012 African Cup of ...
The Canadian Press
JOHANNESBURG — Powerhouses Egypt and Cameroon — with 11 continental titles between them — face critical qualifying matches for the 2012 African Cup of Nations this weekend as both teeter on the brink of shock eliminations. A desperate Egypt ...