Bearded Mickey Mouse cartoon causes stir in Egypt
The Associated Press
They launched an online campaign calling on Muslims in Egypt to boycott Sawiris' mobile phone company Mobinil. Shares of Mobilnil and Orascom Telecom, which Sawiris founded, both fell Monday on the Egyptian stock exchange. ...
Egypt tycoon accused of 'Mickey Mouse' insult to Islam
Egypt's business mogul Sawiris under fire for Islamic cartoons
Egyptian Salafis Boycott Coptic Businessman
Egypt's budding entrepreneurs get boost from US
Christian Science Monitor
Kerry and McCain visited Cairo this weekend to underscore US support for economic and democratic reform, saying that it can help Egypt's revolution succeed. By Sarah Lynch, Correspondent / June 27, 2011 Sitting in the banquet hall of a luxurious hotel ...
Egyptian Leader Assures McCain and Kerry on Transition
McCain: Egypt army wants swift power transfer
US senators say a quick transition in Egypt possible
Egypt army admits "virginity tests" on women
(MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images) CAIRO — Amnesty International said Monday that Egypt's military rulers have acknowledged carrying out so-called "virginity tests" on female protesters — the first time the army has admitted to the much-criticized ...
Amnesty: Egypt army acknowledges 'virginity tests'
Amnesty International: Egypt military admits to 'Virginity tests,' promises to ...
Ruling military pledges to end 'virginity tests' on women seeking to join ...
Kansas City Star
Egyptian policeman sentenced to death for killing protesters
Los Angeles Times
But the death sentence against Abdul Monem is dramatic for an Egypt attempting to reconcile its past as it struggles toward a democratic future. Cases of police brutality seldom reached the courtrooms in Mubarak's repressive state; security forces ...
Egypt's Democracy At Risk, Amnesty International Warns
Crowd attacks police over Egypt trial delay
Clashes erupt after Egypt ex-interior minister's trial deferred
Site Made Famous by Indiana Jones Yields Archaeology Treasure Trove
A painted limestone block, one of hundreds discovered in Egypt by French archaeologists, was most likely the wall of a sacred lake or temple. Painted, carved and inscribed thousands of years ago, hundreds of stone blocks that most likely formed a ...
Egypt: Large inscribed limestone blocks unearthed
New Pharaonic artefacts discovered in North Egypt's site of San El-Hagar
Egypt: Archaeologists unearth hundreds of treasures at major northern site
Egypt: Two Christian Girls Kidnapped And Forced To Convert To Islam…
Cairo (AsiaNews) – Attacks against Copts and the abduction of young women continue in Upper Egypt. Last Saturday, in the village of Awlad Khalaf (Suhaj, Upper Egypt), hundreds of extremists set fire to Christian houses. Three people were injured. ...
Muslim Mobs in Egypt Attack Christian Homes, Threaten Priest
Coptic Christians Form Political Party in Egypt
Egypt Turns a Corner on Sectarianism
Egypt Debt Risk Rises as Greece Deadline Nears, Aid Declined
Egypt's credit risk rose and its dollar bonds fell as a deadline loomed for Greece to avoid the euro zone's first sovereign default and after the Arab country declined International Monetary Fund and ...
Los Angeles Times
Egypt's Struggle to Reinvent Itself
A new state is being born in Egypt in the wake of the revolution. While the old guard is battling to preserve its influence, scores of new parties are jockeying for power, including the Muslim Brotherhood, which is resorting to shrewd tactics in a bid ...
Egypt's pro-democracy activists feel their grip slipping
New cracks form in Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
Egypt after the Revolt
Egypt to assist international Gaza flotilla
Sydney Morning Herald
EGYPT has agreed to allow an international flotilla targeting Israel's maritime blockade of the Gaza Strip to unload its cargo at the nearby port of El-Arish and transfer it into the Palestinian enclave over land. The flotilla of at least eight ships ...
'Israel, Egypt agree flotilla can unload cargo in El-Arish'
Egypt discovers three new Gaza tunnels
Three questions for Marwan Bishara
CIB Leads Egypt Banks Lower After Government Rejects Aid
Commercial International Bank Egypt SAE (COMI) dropped to the lowest level in more than a month, leading a decline among banks in Egypt, after the government rejected financial assistance from ...
Egypt Stocks: Citadel Capital, CIB, National Co. for Maize