MIDEAST STOCKS-Egypt leads as region rebounds from global fears
Egypt's share index jumped 4.1 percent, lifting after three days of sharp declines that took shares to their lowest level since April 2009. "The gain is all a rebound from the drastic fall, simply a correction, especially that Egypt was one of the most ...
STOCK NEWS MIDEAST-Egypt up; rebounds from global market fears
Egypt Stocks Tumble On Global Recession Fears
Egyptian Stocks Fall to Lowest in Two Years on Economic Concern
US pro-democracy effort rubs many in Egypt the wrong way
Los Angeles Times
The US plan to pour funds into Egypt to help organize political parties has sparked a backlash from Cairo's interim military government, its Islamist parties and even some reform-minded activists. By Paul Richter and Jeffrey Fleishman, ...
Egypt's Orascom Telecom Posts 2Q Net Loss On New Tax Law
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO (Zawya Dow Jones)--Egypt's Orascom Telecom Holding SAE (ORSTF, ORTE.CI) Wednesday posted a second-quarter net loss of $58.5 million, as a new corporate tax law hit profit. Orascom Telecom recorded a loss of $81.5 million in the second quarter of ...
Trend News Agency
US concerned over increasing anti-American sentiment in Egypt
Washington, Aug 11 (PTI) The United States has expressed concern over increasing anti-American sentiment in Egypt and termed "unacceptable" personal attacks on the new US Ambassador to Egypt Anne Patterson. "With regard to this kind of anti-Americanism ...
US troubled by rising anti-Americanism in Egypt
Washington Raised Concerns to Egypt About Creeping Anti-US Sentiment
U.S. expresses concern over anti-Americanism in Egypt
Religious Harassment on Rise Throughout the World, Report Finds
1, 2011: Worshippers shout around an exploded car in front of a Coptic Christian church in the Egyptian city of Alexandria, Egypt. Worshippers are under attack in more countries as governments crack down on religion, and social hostilities grow, ...
Pew Research Report Shows Religious Discrimination on Rise Globally
Religious conflict on the rise in Sweden: study
Religious violence, abuse growing: world study
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Egypt must tough it out on the often rocky road to revolution
Sydney Morning Herald
IN EGYPT, the balance of political popularity is rapidly shifting away from pro-democracy elements to Islamism. Islamist parties are edging towards winning an absolute majority in the parliamentary elections in November, and also contesting ...
Egypt's Brotherhood, Gama'a Islamiya will not participate in Friday's protests
The Muslim Brotherhood and the Egyptian Elections
The era of the Brotherhood!
Family says Pennsylvania boy kidnapped by father in Egypt
We have no idea where Nikko is," an aunt says (CNN) -- An 11-year-old Pennsylvania boy is missing in Egypt, according to the boy's family. The family says that the boy's Egyptian father abducted him. A US Embassy spokeswoman in Cairo, meanwhile, ...
US authorities involved in search for Fayetteville boy missing in Egypt
Local family fights to return Khalil "Niko" Mohamed Atteya to US
Family: Pa. boy kidnapped by father in Egypt
Egypt's CIB Q2 net profit falls less than expected
CAIRO, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Egypt's Commercial International Bank (COMI.CA) reported an 11 percent dip in second-quarter net profit on Wednesday after political and economic turmoil dented foreign exchange income, banking fees and the ...
In Egypt's Bedouin Badlands: No Police Allowed
10, 2011 A Bedouin smuggler, right, talks on the phone in at a cafe in Al-Arish, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, July 24, 2011. Quseima is a quiet village built along a desert valley where a natural spring bubbles forth from the ground, feeding a modest crop ...
Egypt's Rulers Stoke Anti-U.S. Trend
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—In the final days of President Hosni Mubarak's regime, Egypt's state media whipped up a xenophobic frenzy not seen here since the 1950s, blaming the revolution on alien plots and inciting vigilante mobs to assault and detain ...
The trial of Mubarak: The Arabs judging their leaders
'Egyptians determine their fate and that of the area'