Egypt to Obtain $3 Billion IMF Loan
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—The International Monetary Fund agreed Sunday to lend Egypt $3 billion with few stated conditions to help the country mend its ailing economy. Egypt's finance minister, Samir Radwan, and the deputy director of the IMF's Middle ...
IMF agrees to a $3 billion loan for Egypt
EGYPT: Foreign debt constrains economic choices
IMF offers $3bn to ease Cairo 'bottleneck'
Poll: Egypt optimistic but worried about jobs
Neither poll found much enthusiasm for Egypt's established political parties, though. The Muslim Brotherhood received just 15 per cent support in Gallup's poll - scarcely more than the remnants of Mubarak's National Democratic Party, which received 10 ...
Egyptians more optimistic, adamant on political participation, says poll
Gallup poll released Sunday trends Egyptians on politics, religion, money
Concerns About Muslim Brotherhood Trending on Sunday Shows
Ivory Coast qualify, Egypt hopes dashed
Reigning African Nations Cup champions Egypt's qualification chances were virtually extinguished as they were held to a goalless draw by South Africa. The draw left Egypt with just two points from four Group G matches and four points off second place ...
Egypt again closes border with Gaza, prompting clash with Palestinians
Less than a week after the full opening of the Gaza border, Egypt imposed restrictions on the Rafah border terminal. The restrictions have angered Palestinian travelers who on June 4 rushed the Egyptian border. About 200 Palestinians, following hours ...
Hamas closes traffic to Egypt until visa demands met
Egypt's Tantawi, Barak discuss Shalit deal
News Analysis: New Egyptian gov't's influence may facilitate Shalit deal: analysts
SAfrica draws Egypt 0-0 African Cup qualifier
CAIRO (AP) — South Africa moved closer to a spot in the African Cup of Nations by holding Egypt to a 0-0 draw in a qualifier Sunday, which all but ended the host's chances of reaching the tournament it's won a record seven times. Egypt needed a ...
Egypt's Nations Cup hope virtually over
Egypt are held to a 0-0 draw by visitors South Africa
Soccer-Champions Egypt slump to brink of Nations Cup elimination
Egypt in trouble as Ivory Coast reach finals
JOHANNESBURG — Defending champions Egypt are on the brink of elimination from the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations while Ivory Coast secured a place at the finals Sunday with two games to spare. The record seven-time title holders could only draw 0-0 with ...
Soccer-Ivory Coast qualify for Nations Cup
Egypt Puts 48 on Trial for Church Burning Incident
Egypt's public prosecutor has referred 48 people for trial at the criminal court for being involved in the deadly sectarian violence that led to the burning of a church in the Cairo district of Imbaba on May ...
Egypt's sectarian playing field
48 to face trial for Egypt violence
Egypt's sectarian divide
Qatar Stocks Fall to 3-Month Low on MSCI Concern; Egypt's Gauge Advances
Egypt shares rose the most in a week on speculation the recent drop was overdone as the exchange said a government plan to impose capital gains tax applies only to dividend ...
MIDEAST STOCKS-Tax boost lifts Egypt traders; most Gulf mkts dip
Egypt Shares Rise on Speculation Drop Overdone; Gulf Stocks Drop
Egypt's ex-finance minister sentenced to 30 years
CAIRO—Egypt's former finance minister was sentenced in absentia Saturday to 30 years in prison for squandering public funds and abusing his authority, the state news agency said. Yousef Boutros-Ghali, a nephew of former UN Secretary-General Boutros ...
Egypt court sentences former finance minister to 30 years jail
Egypt jails ex-minister for graft
Egypt sentences former Finance Minister to 30 years
Egypt 0-0 South Africa: Pharaohs practically eliminated from 2012 Afcon
Africa Cup of Nations defending champions Egypt has been essentially eliminated from the 2012 edition after South Africa held it to a goalless game at the Cairo Military Academy Stadium on Sunday. The Pharaohs have been kicked out with ...