Egypt and Hamas Reach Accord on Rafah Crossing
New York Times
After days of acrimony between Hamas and Egypt over limitations on who could pass through the Rafah border crossing between Gaza and Egypt, Hamas said Egypt had agreed to allow 550 people a day to leave Gaza and to lengthen the operating ...
Rafah crossing reopened after 4 days of Hamas-Egypt rift
The Future of the Middle East
Rafah Crossing opened, officials say
Muslim Brotherhood officially enters Egyptian politics
Christian Science Monitor
Egypt's interim government this week recognized the new political party of the Muslim Brotherhood, a formerly banned group that is seeking a prominent role in the new Egypt. Egyptian Muslim brotherhood Shura council members gather to be photographed ...
After Years in the Dark, Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Struggles in New Role
Panel discusses US aid, Tahrir protests and religion-based parties
Egypt Islamists presidential hopefuls warned
Room for Debate: A Running Commentary on the News
New York Times
He is the author, most recently, of "Egypt's Enduring Challenges: Shaping the Post-Mubarak Environment." Revolutions require that heads roll. Sometimes this implies the guillotine. In other cases — like Tunisia, after which erstwhile President Zine ...
Egypt's revolutionary justice
Barak Barfi: Egypt may make gestures of Arab unity but Saudi interests will ...
Egyptian celebrities who backed Mubarak become pariahs
Egypt's Tax on Investors' Stock Holdings Cancelled
Wall Street Journal
The finance ministry had hoped that the tax would help close a yawning budget deficit that, before the tax was cancelled on Wednesday afternoon, was expected to reach nearly 11% of Egypt's gross national product. The announcement of the capital gains ...
Saudi Billionaire Alwaleed Signs Deal To Hand Land Back To Egypt
Egypt's new government struck its first notable deal with a large foreign investor on Tuesday as Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal signed an agreement at a ceremony with the Egyptian prime minister and Egypt's minister of ...
Toshka: A new deal for Egypt
Saudi prince signs new Egypt farm land deal
Egypt, Kingdom Holding sign deal on disputed Toshka land
Mullen: US, Egypt Maintain Strong Military Bond
Department of Defense
CAIRO, Egypt, June 8, 2011 – The US military remains committed to a strong bilateral relationship with Egypt's armed forces, continuing a practice that has endured for 30 years, Navy Adm. Mike Mullen said here today. ...
US military chief says military progress in Libya slow
No longer a war zone, Egypt looks ahead
The work to build a new regime in Egypt is underway, nearly four months after protestors drove Hosni Mubarak from office. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the progress that has been made and the challenges that lie ahead. ...
Mubarak's Legacy Clouds Future of Egypt's Property Boom as Deals Unravel
British diplomat says amount of Mubaraks' funds in UK cannot be revealed
Egypt's Developers Pay the Price for Ties to Mubarak's Regime
U.A.E.'s Abraaj Said to Be in Talks to Buy Into Egypt'sCitadel Capital
Abraaj's investments in Egypt, according to its 2010 annual report, include Al Borg Laboratories and AgroCorp, an agriculture company focused on the farming and processing of artichokes. Abraaj and investors such as Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris ...
Abraaj in talks to buy stake in Citadel : source
Citadel Capital up on speculation Abraaj Capital may buy stake
Citadel strengthens on Abraaj stake expectations
Speculation over next Egypt coach dominates build up to Zamalek match
Zamalek's Hassan and Ittihad El-Shorta's Youssef insist they are solely focusing on the league tasks ahead of them, but the notion of taking up Egypt's hot seat is likely to cross their minds. Egypt is looking for a new manager to succeed Hassan ...
Egypt coach Shehata resigns after disappointing African Cup match
Egypt : Shehata's successor will be Egyptian
Ahmed Hassan - I won't retire, and football is like that
Al-Sayed al-Essawy, Egyptian 'Gladiator,' Hopes Lion Fight Will Boost Egypt's ...
Al-Sayed al-Essawy, a 25-year-old from the northern Delta region of Egypt, tells the popular Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper that he was inspired to do something positive for the country's economy in the days following the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, ...
Egyptian 'gladiator' seeks lion-fight at Pyramids to boost tourism
Strongman plans to slay lion and revive Egyptian tourism trade
Planned Lion-Fight In Egypt Takes A Political Turn