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Egyptians Cheer Erdogan as Turkey Seeks Partnership With Egypt
The crowd waved Egyptian, Libyan and Turkish flags, as well as those of the premier's governing Justice and Development Party, while chanting, “Egypt-Turkey: one fist” and “brave Erdogan welcome to your second home.” Turkey's prime minister is visiting ...
Turkey's Erdogan in Cairo to Start Regional Tour
Put the blame on Bibi
Israel arrives at a tough diplomatic intersection
Sydney Morning Herald
Egypt's military threatens to revive emergency law
Egypt's protest movement yesterday turned its anger on the country's military rulers, accusing them of clinging to the repressive legacy of the ousted Mubarak regime. One of the leaders of the protest that drove Hosni Mubarak ...
Israel and Egypt: The view from Cairo
Egypt military to widen state of emergency
US seeks to calm Middle East tensions
Abbas, Arabs consult in Egypt over UN membership bid
The diplomatic flurry in Egypt comes as Israel appears increasingly regionally isolated as ties with one-time ally Turkey sink to a new low and relations with Cairo strained after protesters attacked Israel's embassy. Abbas attended the Arab League ...
Arabs to push for Palestinian statehood bid
Remarks by the High Representative Catherine Ashton following the meeting with ...
No place for conditionalities in Egypt's foreign policy after the revolution
Al-Jazeera closure condemned in Egypt
"We, the Egyptian political parties believing in the freedom of expression, a main aim of the revolution, condemn the shut down of Al-Jazeera Live Egypt channel. This is a bid to shut the mouths of Egyptians," read a statement by political parties ...
Egypt: Office of Aljazeera Mubasher Misr Channel Is Raided
Egypt Deflects Blame on Foreign Media for Attack
Egypt security forces raid unit of Al Jazeera
Fears rise as Egypt cracks down on press and liberties
The authorities in Egypt have widened emergency laws and clamped down on the press, raising fears of a curtailment of the liberties gained after the popular uprising which toppled Hosni Mubarak, the former president, earlier this ...
Liberate Egypt from kidnappers
Egypt Debt Yield Surge Threatens Budget Gap Target: Arab Credit
San Francisco Chronicle
Egypt had canceled 19.5 billion pounds ($3.3 billion) in bond sales since January amid the unrest to avoid paying high rates in the long term. It resumed two-year and three-year bond sales in June. "At the beginning we were hesitant, but now it seems ...
Egypt Cancels Treasury Bills Sale After Yield Jump Last Week
Egypt cenbank cancels 91, 273-day T-bill auctions
Financial Times (blog)
Egypt inflation down to 8.5 percent in August
Daily News Egypt
CAIRO: Egypt's overall annual inflation in August reached 8.5 percent, easing from 10.4 percent in July, according to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics. The figure is at the lowest it has been ...
Egypt: Tourism arrivals down 35 pct in 2Q 2011
Egypt tourist arrivals down a third in second quarter
Egypt shelves plan for visas in advance for tourists
IMF says prepared to aid Libya, Egypt
Ahmed also said the IMF remained willing to lend money to Egypt if Cairo changed its mind and asked for assistance. Egypt's military rulers turned down an offer of $3 billion from the IMF in June, vowing to fund their budget deficit with domestic ...
Trial begins over Egypt's 'camel battle'
Egypt has started the trial of former top officials accused of sending men on horseback and camels to attack protesters on one of the most violent days of the uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak, the ex-president, in February. ...
Egypt begins trial over Feb. protest camel charge
Egypt's "camel attack" trial to continue behind closed doors
Egypt's Former Parliamentarians' Trial Adjourned to Monday
Egypt's military and protesters move farther apart
Albany Times Union
Egyptian pro-Mubarak supporters flash his posters and a giant poster showing field Marshal Mohammed Hussein Tantawi, at center, outside police academy court in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Sept.11, 2011 where Mubarak, his two sons Alaa and Gamal, his security ...
Egypt's Military Ruler Postpones Testimony in Mubarak Trial
Egypt's military chief misses court hearing
EGYPT: Testimony of top general postponed in Mubarak trial