Globe and Mail
'This is freedom' – visual art and the Egyptian uprising
Visual artists documented the people's uprising, first in Tahrir Square, and then across galleries in Cairo and Egypt in the months that followed. The young multimedia artist Ahmed Bassiouny was killed on the third day of the revolution; ...
Egypt's military seeks future political role
Will Egypt's Military Hijack its Revolution?
Egypt's youth continue their fight on the airwaves
Terra Incognita: Egypt's other Sphinx: Zahi Hawass
With Hawass gone, following a Cabinet reshuffle, Egypt's antiquities are bound to be in better hands. The news that Zahi Hawass was recently swept aside from his post in a cabinet reshuffle in Cairo, should be welcomed. ...
Hawass Is Gone, Leaving Egyptian Antiquities in Crisis
Corruption accusations stir anger in Egyptian antiquity ministry
Tumult in Egypt antiquities as Hawass swept aside
Sydney Morning Herald
Military leaders set timetable for Egypt polls
By Issandr El Amrani in Cairo Egypt's military council on Tuesday announced that registration for the country's parliamentary elections would begin on September 18, launching a process that will end in a vote six to eight weeks later. ...
Egypt sets time frame for elections
Gallows Humor: Doctor on hunger strike protests Mubarak's special treatment
Egypt sets time frame for elections
Zimbabwe Drops Treason Charges Against Alleged Egypt-Style Coup Plotters
Voice of America
19 July 2011 Zimbabwe Drops Treason Charges Against Alleged Egypt-Style Coup Plotters The state alleges that Munyaradzi Gwisai and five others agreed to mobilize Zimbabweans to revolt against the government and demand the resignation of President ...
Zim drops treason charges of Egypt activists
Gwisai case: treason charges dropped, fresh ones brought up
Swearing-in for Egypt's new cabinet delayed again
The swearing-in ceremony of Egypt's newly reconfigured cabinet was delayed for a second time Tuesday. The reshuffle is meant to mollify protesters camped out in central Cairo since July 8 demanding faster reforms by the ruling military ...
EGYPT: Tahrir Square protesters not appeased by ministerial reshuffle
Egypt gives desk jobs to officers charged with murder
Egypt's newly appointed minister of industry turns down Cabinet post
Egypt's Beblawi 'Committed' to Market Economy, Strong State
Egypt's Finance Minister-designate Hazem El Beblawi said he supported a market economy and that it was not “intelligent” to rule out loans as an option. “I am committed to the market economy with a strong ...
Hazem Beblawi: Hard on Mubarak's regime, soft on businessmen
INTERVIEW-UPDATE 1-Egypt minister commits to market economy
New Egypt minister committed to market economy
Nuinsco Provides Update on Status of Bukari Concession in Egypt
MarketWatch (press release)
The Company is receiving support in its efforts from the Canadian Embassy in Cairo and from the Egyptian Ambassador to Canada, and is also communicating with other groups seeking to finalize concession agreements in Egypt," said President Paul Jones. ...
Tariq Alhomayed: Egypt's liberals as delusional as Iraq's Sunnis!
Today the liberals of Egypt are devoting themselves to conflict after the fall of the Mubarak regime, in the same way that the Sunnis of Iraq devoted themselves to delusion after the fall of the Saddam Hussein regime. ...
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood struggles to contain cracks
Allen West Blasts Planned Sale Of M1A1 Abrams Tanks To Egypt Because Of Muslim ...
Totten: Eyeless in Zabibah-stan, Egypt
Egypt launches new studies on Saudi-Egyptian bridge
Daily News Egypt
CAIRO: Egypt has begun studies once again on a new massive bridge connecting the two countries on the Gulf of Aqaba and the Red Sea. The 32-km (19.88 miles)-long causeway is currently back in focus as the two ...
Against Geopolitical And Engineering Odds, Plans Emerge To Build A Red Sea Bridge
Rami G. Khouri: Thrill of the sovereign moment
Latest developments in Arab world's unrest
MIDEAST STOCKS-Kuwait rises on rule extension; Egypt down
In Egypt, the main index .EGX30 dipped 0.6 percent after the prime minister was hospitalised on Monday, delaying the swearing-in of a new cabinet and adding to an uncertain political outlook. Commercial International Bank (COMI. ...