New York Times (blog)
Bradley Arrives in Egypt
New York Times (blog)
The former coach of the United States national team, Chivas USA, the MetroStars and the Chicago Fire touched down in Cairo early Wednesday, where he is expected to sign a contract to take over as coach of Egypt's national team. According to AhramOnline ...
American coach Bradley arrives in Cairo for Egypt job
Bob Bradley arrives in Egypt
Report: Bradley, who says he is proud to coach Egypt, is close to finalizing deal
Egypt firms struggle as political uncertainty hits economy
The Daily Star
CAIRO: When the chief executive officer of Mobinil, one of Egypt's largest telecommunications firms, tries to plan his budget for 2012, he struggles to balance a string of economic and political uncertainties. ...
Egypt's military rulers won't lift hated emergency law until next year
Egypt: Confidence and liquidity help ease the turmoil
Egypt's revamped emergency law dogged by legal, political ambiguity
In Egypt, Islamists Reach Out to Wary Secularists
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt, a fecund breeding ground for Arab and Islamic ideologies, is witnessing the birth of yet another: Islamic liberalism. Nageh Ibrahim, the ideologue of the Islamic Group, an umbrella organization for Egyptian militant student ...
Egypt- Islam calls for democracy and respect for human rights, said Al-Azhar ...
The Cable: Berman to Egypt: Let My Lulavs Go
Foreign Policy (blog)
Egypt has banned the export of a key item needed for Jewish holiday observance, and Congressman Howard Berman (D-CA) is not happy about it. "I am writing to express my deep concern over reports that Egypt has made a decision to ban the export of palm ...
Another Tack: From bakshish to Khaybar
Anti-Israel sentiments take over Egypt rhetoric
Repression Is Not a Path to a Stable Egyptian State
IMF: Egypt economy to grow just 1.5 per cent in 2011
Egypt food protests - a thing of the past? IMF suggests more trouble could be on the way (Photo: Reuters) The International Monetary Fund has painted a worrying picture for Egypt's economy, warning of negligible growth, unsustainable public finances ...
Western Finance Bodies Face Challenges in Funding Arab Spring Countries
Arab women take their place on the front lines
World Bank Upgrades Economic Growth Forecast for Mideast
Egypt bars terror group from forming political party
Egypt has barred an Islamic extremist group with a history of violence from forming a political party. Cairo rejected al-Gamaa al-Islamiyya's request on Monday, citing the group's platform as contravening regulations against forming ...
Egypt Bars Hardline Islamist Political Party
Egypt bars Islamist hard-liners once involved in insurgency from forming ...
Egypt bars Islamist hard-line political party
Egypt Stocks: Ezz Steel, Orascom Telecom, South Valley Cement
Egypt's benchmark EGX 30 Index (EGX30) dropped for the first time in three days, decreasing 0.7 percent to 4433.19 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. The following shares rose or fell. ...
Egypt's government will not enter the steel market, says industry minister
Egypt banks threaten to stop funding steel companies
Egypt nudges off 29-month low
Egypt-Israel: A Cold Peace Gets Colder
Voice of America
September 20, 2011 Egypt-Israel: A Cold Peace Gets Colder Fall of Mubarak regime, Egyptian mob attack on Israeli Embassy, Israeli-Palestinian deadlock put relations in dangerous state of limbo Mohamed Elshinnawi | Washington “[Anti-Israeli sentiment] ...
Egypt: The Mubarak Regime Persists
Egypt's revolutionary after-party leaves sour taste, say Egyptian expats
Egypt's Awakening, Israel's Denial
Sydney Morning Herald
Zimbabwe court throws out Facebook subversion case
HARARE — A Zimbabwe court has tossed out charges against a man accused of urging his compatriots to copy mass protests in Egypt in a post to Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's Facebook wall, a lawyer said Wednesday. "The charges against my client were ...
Zimbabwe Facebook subversion trial collapses
Clueless police give up on Facebook case
Zimbabwe court throws out Facebook case
Milwaukee Public Museum prepares to unveil its newest exhibit, Cleopatra
"These things are all from the time when Cleopatra ruled Egypt. So this statue was probably a statue that stood outside of a temple she used," said Ellen Censky of the Milwaukee Public Museum. These artifacts are among 150 other pieces that will be ...
Milwaukee Public Museum gets 5.5-ton statue for Cleopatra exhibit that opens ...
Milwaukee Museum Prepares For Cleopatra Exhibit