Egypt, Israel rift over gas cut escalates
An image grab taken from Egyptian state television Al-Masriya shows Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak speaking to the nation in Cairo, on February 10, 2011. Mubarak allegedly pocketed money from an oil deal.UPI/Ismael Mohamad CAIRO, ...
Egypt's businessmen not shy to enter politics
Column One: The real Egyptian revolution
Mixed demands mark Friday protest in Tahrir
Anger over Vodafone Egypt link to revolt
A promotional video featuring Vodafone Egypt made by JWT, a WPP advertising agency, has sparked outrage online among Egyptians who took offence at what they believed was an attempt to connect a mobile phone ...
Fury over advert claiming Egypt revolution as Vodafone's
Vodafone Egypt under fire for ad
Egyptian ad gives Vodafone credit for revolution
Pienaar a doubt as Bafana reach Cairo
The team arrived early in the morning to the sounds of vuvuzelas at the airport from some of the South African supporters based in Egypt. Bafana Bafana held their first training session at a field near the Cairo International Stadium. ...
'Killer' – Egypt are the underdogs
Ngcongca: Egypt are too slow
Bafana ready for Egypt test
Former Bank of Alexandria Chairman Omar Pays Bail After Arrest in New York
Mahmoud Abdel Salam Omar, the the former chairman of Egypt's Bank of Alexandria and head of El-Mex Salines, was released on bail as he awaits trial on charges he sexually abused a maid at the Pierre ...
What's With Bankers Molesting Hotel Staffers?
Ex-Egypt Bank Chairman Omar Held on Sex Charges in New York
Another Business Titan Faces Sexual Abuse Charges
Mobile Lowdown 6-3-11: RIM v. Apple; Android Delay; Vodafone Egypt; iCloud
—Vodafone: The mobile operator is coming under fire for suggesting it played a positive role in the recent revolution in Egypt. The operator had to shut down its data network in the country, on orders from the government (via Guardian). ...
Egypt hanging on in AFCON qualifiers
Africa's most successful football nation, Egypt, will be involved in an almighty battle for a place in the continental championship this weekend. The seven-time African Nations Cup (AFCON) champions have not won a match in the ...
Egypt take on Bafana for Cup of Nations survival
Pharaohs could lose African crown
Holders Egypt face embarrassing Nations Cup exit
Egypt Budget Reflects Populist Turn
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—A draft of Egypt's first state budget since the ouster of its former regime has worried some economists and financial analysts that policy makers are capitulating to populist concerns at the expense of economic growth. ...
Egyptian Stocks Tumble Most Since April on Capital Gains Tax; CIB Declines
Egypt and the Arab fall
Hope arises for Egypt's workers
Sydney Morning Herald
Egypt judges investigated after criticising military
CAIRO — Egypt's justice ministry is investigating three judges who spoke out against military trials of civilians, state media reported on Thursday. The three judges, in media interviews, criticised the military for not transferring civilians to ...
Egypt's Mubarak, sons to stand trial on Aug. 3
Egypt Sounds Alarm on Economy
Mubarak's Trial to Start in August
Egypt military quizzes reporters over Islamist deal story
CAIRO — Military prosecutors questioned a newspaper editor and a journalist on Friday over a report alleging Egypt's military would back an Islamist group in elections, a source said. The editor of the Wafd party's newspaper and the journalist who ...
In Egypt, military harasses critical journalists
Barrage of denials may hide real Shalit talks progress
Egyptian media reports of a breakthrough in negotiations to bring Gilad Shalit home were based on claims by Egypt ex-ambassador to Israel; Hamas, Egypt and Israel officials denied his assertions. By Jack Khoury, Avi Issacharoff and Amos Harel The ...
Egypt must maintain peace with Israel
Former Egypt envoy: Shalit deal within hours
'Abbas to Egypt: Convince Hamas to accept Fayyad as PM'