New York Times
Smuggling in North Sinai Surges as the Police Vanish
New York Times
Bedouin smugglers in Rafah, Egypt, smoked in front of cars from Libya that they will transport through tunnels to Gaza. By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK RAFAH, Egypt — The smuggler's car lot is so brazenly out in the open, it is hard to tell that the business ...
Egypt launches massive operation to control Sinai
Cairo's terror crackdown / With Israel's okay, Egypt beefs up military ...
Egypt's security forces flood into Sinai Peninsula
Egypt's fallen dictator Mubarak back in the dock
CAIRO — The murder and corruption trial of Egypt's fallen dictator Hosni Mubarak resumes on Monday in what lawyers say will be a lengthy process that he may successfully appeal. Mubarak, 83, is accused of involvement in the killings of anti-regime ...
Judge Adjourns Trial of Egypt's Former Interior Minister
Some in Egypt question Mubarak's trial
Mubarak trial to resume in Egypt
Kansas City Star
Egypt activist charged with inciting violence
Egypt's military prosecutors have charged a prominent activist with insulting the country's military rulers and calling for armed operations against the military and the judiciary, lawyers said. Prosecutors briefly detained 26-year-old activist and ...
Egypt blogger Mahfuz quizzed for 'defaming' military
One of Egypt uprising's leaders charged
Egypt activist to be tried for insulting military-lawyer
Cantor 'worried' over situation in Egypt
Besides the usual worry in Western capitals and Jerusalem over Iran's nuclear program, large swaths of Syria are in open revolt against the government of Bashar Assad while Egypt is set to hold its first ever open elections. ...
Foreign Minister expresses Egypt 's condemnation of Israel 's insistence on ...
Palestinian Statehood Bid at UN May Aggravate Economic Troubles
Palestinian Statehood: Conquest disguised as Liberation
Egypt's EFG Hermes 2Q Net Profit Falls 18%, As Expenses Swell
Wall Street Journal
CI), Egypt's largest publicly traded investment bank, said Sunday that net profit fell 18% in the second quarter as operating expenses surged. EFG, in an emailed statement, said net income for the quarter amounted to 79 million Egyptian pounds ($13.3 ...
Egypt's EFG-Hermes says Q2 net profit 79 Mln EGP
Hurriyet Daily News
Freedom carries price for Brotherhood
CAIRO // Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood had long used secrecy to shield itself from public scrutiny, laying down strategies and patching up differences within its ranks behind tightly closed doors. It was a must-do for an organisation outlawed in 1954 and ...
The Region: The revolutionary movement's big split
Public opinion matters
Focus on politics, not identity
Xenophobia hits Egypt again, citizens wary of 'spies'
Mona Youssef was in Cairo's Tahrir Square during the 18 days of Egypt's tumultuous uprising, braving the government forces and the mobs as she played her part in the revolution. But there was one thing she would not do: walk down the streets with ...
US Assistant Secretary of State: We do not meddle in Egypt's internal affairs
USAID chief in Egypt says anti-Americanism didn't force him out
Egypt to charge Israeli 'Mossad agent' with espionage
By DPA and Haaretz Tags: Israel spy Egypt Mossad Egypt's Attorney General on Sunday referred a Jordanian and an Israeli to an emergency court on charges of "spying for a foreign country with the purpose of harming Egyptian national interests," Egyptian ...
'Israeli, Jordanian face espionage charges in Egypt'
Jordanian and Israeli charged with tapping Egypt's phone network for Mossad
Jordanian, Israeli face Egypt espionage trial
Azhar Calls For Modern, Democratic Egypt
CAIRO – Framing a document with Egypt's intellectuals on the country's future, Al-Azhar, the highest seat of learning in the Sunni Muslim world, called for a modern, democratic state in Egypt with Islamic Shari`ah is the essential source of legislation ...
Al-Azhar invites political powers to discuss charter on Egypt's future state
Al-Azhar calls for reconciliation meeting over constitution
Egypt's Azhar to review current events
Where is Egypt's transition heading?
On the first day of the holy month of Ramadan and the last day of my advocacy trip to Washington for the liberal democratic transformation in Egypt, the news about the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) involvement in forcing protesters to ...
Egypt: now what?
Egyptian Sufis Reject Rise of Islamists
Can liberals unite 'For the love of Egypt'?