Egypt Fears Erupt on Street, in Policy
Wall Street Journal
AP Members of Egypt's Al Ahly soccer team were among those waving flags, setting off fireworks and chanting antigovernment slogans Friday during a protest at Tahrir Square in Cairo. CAIRO—Egypt's interim government will stop giving ...
Egypt declares state of alert in wake of attack on Israeli Embassy
Egypt declares state of alert after Israeli embassy broken into
Embassy riots: Israeli envoy leaves Egypt
Globe and Mail
Turkey-Egypt talks stoke Israeli fears of political isolation
Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is seeking to strengthen strategic ties with Egypt during a meeting in Cairo on Monday. Photograph: Henning Kaiser/EPA The Turkish prime minister is to visit Cairo on Monday amid concern in Israel that he ...
The PM's visit to Egypt and Libya
Turkey PM Plans First Visit to Egypt in 15 Years
Egypt, Gaza and the approaching UN vote
New York Times
Exploring the Roots of Radical Islam in Egypt
What are the lingering effects of -- and attitudes about -- 9/11 in Egypt? Margaret Warner reports on the Egyptian roots of the radical Islamic movement that led to the attacks on the United States. JUDY WOODRUFF: Next, a two-part look at the lingering ...
Cohesion, not division
Egypt's economy struggled, 1.8 percent growth
A Radical Revolution
Egypt, Kazakhstan Exchanges to be Added to Dow Jones FEAS Index Universe
MarketWatch (press release)
With the addition of Egypt (77) and Kazakhstan (7), 84 new component stocks will be added to the index, making for a total of 472 component stocks. The Dow Jones FEAS Composite Index includes component stocks of 16 of the 34 member states of the ...
Cairo toughens visa rules for visitors
Egypt has decided to stop granting visas to foreign visitors on arrival at its airports in a move that is being criticised as damaging to both tourism and business at a time when the country is desperate to revive both. ...
Egypt tightens visa rules due to security concerns
Tourism officials blast Egypt's new visa restrictions
Confusion as Egypt says no visas on arrival
Witness implicates el-Adly in Egypt deaths
Egypt's ex-interior minister told police to use live ammunition against protesters, witness says during Mubarak trial. The fifth session in the trial of Hosni Mubarak, the former Egyptian president, has adjourned in Cairo until Sunday after hearing ...
Egypt's top military rulers summoned to testify at Mubarak trial
Testimony Implicates a Mubarak Co-Defendant
Witness at Mubarak trial says troops were told to use force
EFG closes Egypt's Olympic Grp sale to Electrolux
Mideast investment bank EFG Hermes says it has closed the $404 million sale of Egypt's Olympic group to Sweden's Electrolux Group. EFG Hermes said Thursday that deal came after the Swedish appliance maker extended a mandatory tender offer for 100 ...
Electrolux Has Completed the Acquisition of Olympic Group
EFG Hermes closes Olympic Group, Electrolux deal
Supercomputer predicts revolution
A study, based on millions of articles, charted deteriorating national sentiment ahead of the recent revolutions in Libya and Egypt. While the analysis was carried out retrospectively, scientists say the same processes could be used to anticipate ...
Santos passes on Bradley as Egypt waits
Former US national team coach Bob Bradley won't be toiling in Mexico any time soon, but he's still wanted in Egypt. Santos Laguna on Thursday offered its vacant coaching job to Benjamin Galindo, according to reports in Mexico, ...
Bob Bradley Interviewing With Santos Laguna, Still Candidate For Egypt Post
Former USMNT coach Bradley on shortlist for Santos Laguna post
MEXICO BOUND? Ex-US coach Bradley in Mexico talking to Santos Laguna
Egypt Islamic body blossoms in Arab Spring, aims to regain independence
(Photo by Reuters) By YASMINE SALEH Egypt's highest religious authority, al-Azhar, is emerging from the shadow of ousted President Hosni Mubarak as it tries to salvage a prestige tarnished by decades of submission to strongman leaders. ...