Tracking Assets in the Arab Spring
Wall Street Journal
The new regimes in Tunisia and Egypt—under intense pressure for justice from the Arab street—are grappling with a host of legal difficulties tied to getting back millions frozen in Switzerland, the UK and other European countries. ...
After Arab Revolts, Reigns of Uncertainty
The Universal Appeal of the Arab Spring
Worldview: The challenges ahead for Libya are huge | Philadelphia Inquirer ...
IDF to beef up forces along Egypt border
The Israel Defense Forces will significantly boost its deployment along the Egyptian border, IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz decided yesterday. Gantz's decision to beef up both the ...
Gantz ups Egypt border defense amidst terror warnings
Israel's Egypt problem
Egypt takes firm stand on border incident
Kansas City Star
As South Israel is Attacked, Londoners Call for the Destruction of Israel
The attacks began on August 17th when an Israeli bus traveling near the southern border with Egypt was attacked by a rocket. More barrages against Israel quickly ensued including mortars and anti-tank missiles. All in all, eight people were killed (six ...
Security cabinet mulls response to PA UN state bid
Israeli warplanes strike Gaza
Egypt, UN envoy urges calm after recent violence on Israeli border
Business Intelligence Middle East (press release)
Egypt Bad-Loan Levels Signal Lenders Defy Slowdown: Arab Credit
San Francisco Chronicle
24 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's banks are withstanding the nation's worst political crisis in three decades after the central bank eased rules on provisions and kept interest rates at a five-year low. The National Bank of Egypt, the country's biggest lender ...
Egypt Bad-Loan Levels Signal Lenders Defy Economic Slowdown: Arab Credit
Egypt May Maintain Key Interest Rate to Help Growth After Revolt
Egypt's central bank will probably keep the benchmark interest rate at the lowest since 2006 as growth slows following the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak. The bank will hold the overnight deposit rate ...
Probe into deaths of 7000 Egypt policemen in 1986
Egypt: Former Dictator Mubarak on Trial - Revolutionary and Counter ...
Military occupies Egypt's iconic square but not its power
“For the Love of Egypt” was organised by liberals and Sufis to demonstrate the unity of Egyptians and to demand that Egypt become a civil state. This unity, with the surprise that the usually apolitical Sufis agreed to a political protest, ...
Egypt still haunted by Pharaoh's shadow
Egypt rights groups complain of official 'crackdown'
CAIRO — Egypt's leading human rights groups said on Wednesday they will complain to the United Nations that the ruling military and cabinet are cracking down on civil society groups. The military has accused its critics of receiving foreign financing ...
Egyptian human rights groups accuse junta of smear campaign
36 rights groups condemn smear campaign, call for more independence
Egypt's political groups call for an end to military trials for civilians
Egypt Names Antiquities Chief to Replace Hawass
New York Times (blog)
A month after Egypt's controversial antiquities chief, Zahi Hawass, was ousted in a cabinet reshuffle, Egypt's prime minister, Essam Sharaf, has appointed a successor. Mohamed Abdel Fattah, the head of the antiquities sector at the ...
Broadway's Addams Family Musical to Close in December; Egypt's New Antiquities ...
Pyramid Scheme: What's Next for Egypt's Artifacts?
Egypt Picks New Antiquities Tsar to Replace the Controversial Zahi Hawass
Peace profits: what Egypt's economy stands to gain from Libyan stability
The stance of Egypt's new rulers to the Libyan rebels may have been equivocal – and the country may have few multinationals ready to roll in -- but Egypt's troubled economy also stands to benefit should stability return to its western neighbour. ...
Businessmen transfer millions of Libyan dinars to Egypt
Why we were wrong about Gaddafi, Ben Ali, and Egypt's Hosni Mubarak
The $1 Billion Dollar Question: Who Are the Libyan Rebels?
Amnesty International highlights plight of Egypt's 'unsafe' homes
In Egypt, where 40 per cent of the population live on approximately $2 a day, the issue of housing is prominent. During the years of ousted president Hosni Mubarak's rule, the disparity between rich and poor grew ever wider as more people fell under ...
Forced evictions reflect disregard for human rights, says Amnesty report
Egypt: New report condemns treatment of country's poorest