Egypt protests not to end despite government promises of reforms
The military warned against harming the country's interests amid a critical economic situation in Egypt. It will not allow anyone to jump over the legitimate authority or any sabotage targeting the state. The army warned against violation or breaching ...
Protesters Say Egypt's Revolution Far From Finished
EGYPT: Protests continue but activists divided over goals
Thousands march in Egypt seeking end to Mubarak era
Say Hallelujah to this week in Egypt
The Daily Star
What is happening in Egypt is stunning in the context of modern Arab history: Egyptians are compressing into months processes of national self-definition and governance configuration that other countries in the world conducted over ...
Poll: 2011 a bad year for Obama, US in Arab world
How Disappointed are Arabs in US Policies? Answer: Very
Column One: Caution: Storm approaching
In Egypt, Fighting for a $50-a-Month Factory Job
MyFox Washington DC
TALKHA, Egypt (AP) - The sun was already searing the pavement on the early June morning when Mariam Hawas and her co-workers from the garment factory descended on the bank. The bank employees knew why they'd come and rushed to bolt the doors. ...
Standard Chartered eyes Piraeus Bank's Egypt unit
Piraeus Bank Egypt had equity capital of 103 million euros, a 737 million euros loan book, assets totalling 1.38 billion euros and 48 branches at the end of March. Standard Chartered said it did not expect a material financial impact in any deal. ...
Standard Chartered To Conduct Due Diligence On Piraeus Bank Egypt
Standard Chartered interested in Piraeus Bank's Egypt unit
Standard Chartered eyes Piraeus Bank's Egyptian unit
Egypt Sacks More Than 600 Senior Police Officers
(RTTNews) - Egypt's military rulers have dismissed more than 600 senior police officers accused of killing protesters during the 18-day popular uprising that eventually ousted President Hosni Mubarak, officials said on Wednesday. ...
Egypt fires hundreds of police officers
Egypt Delays Vote, Fires Police
In bid to appease protesters, Egypt forces 600 police to retire
Globe and Mail
EU wheat little changed, eyes on Egypt tender
MILAN, July 15 (Reuters) - European wheat prices were flat on Friday as traders awaited the results of Egypt's tender in the afternoon, although with little hope that European origin would win a share as prices were not competitive compared to Black ...
Wheat Set for Biggest Weekly Gain in Two Months as Export Demand Increases
Feds: International antiquities smuggling ring broken; 4 charged
New York (CNN) -- Alleged leaders of an international smuggling ring accused of stealing millions of dollars in antiquities from Egypt and other Middle Eastern countries are now facing federal charges in the United States, authorities said Thursday as ...
Mummy thief falsely claimed artifact belonged to his daddy
Alleged Antiquities Smugglers Busted
4 Charged in Smuggling Egyptian Antiquities
Jordan riot police clash with protesters, 15 hurt
The Associated Press
Organized by 11 youth movements, the protest camp was to mirror those at the heart of popular uprisings in Egypt, Yemen and elsewhere in the Arab world. Activists said they would try again Saturday to reach the square. ...
Jordan Protests on Friday
The Express Tribune
Pakistan crash out in Thailand
The News International
KARACHI: Pakistan narrowly failed to qualify for the quarter-finals of the inaugural†PTT-EGAT Snooker World Cup despite overpowering Egypt 3-2 in their last league outing at the Bangkok Convention Centre, Thailand, on Friday. The youthful Pakistan duo ...
So near yet so far
World Snooker Cup Team Championship
Pakistan lose to top seeds Wales in Snooker World Cup
Rifts in Muslim Brotherhood Mark Egypt's Political Disarray
AFP PHOT0/MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images) CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article did not make it clear that Egyptians did not vote specifically on Article 2 of the constitution during Egypt's ...
Muslim Brotherhood's bid for power
Talking with the Muslim Brotherhood
Brotherhood's website alleges Israelis infiltrating Tahrir protests