Prosecutor's Victory Shows Judiciary's Power in Egypt
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—Egypt's embattled public prosecutor will stay in his position after a two-day standoff that has solidified the judiciary's position as a muscular check to the Muslim Brotherhood's expanding political power. President Mohammed Morsi's office said ...
Egypt's president relents on prosecutor
Egyptian prosecutor general keeps job, ending standoff with President Morsi
In Egypt, waiting for results
Egypt's striking doctors threaten to submit resignations en masse
Egyptian doctors, who have been waging a partial strike since 1 October, are now ratcheting up pressure on Egypt's health ministry by threatening to submit their resignations en masse. According to the strike's general committee, at least 15,000 ...
Egypt's Islamists play to anti-Israel sentiment
CAIRO – A fiery tirade against Jews by the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood's leader highlights one of the foremost diplomatic challenges facing the country's new Islamist President Mohammed Morsi as he balances popular sentiment with the need for security ...
Jewish group condemns Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
Voice of America
President Morsi Keeps General Prosecutor On His Post
The General Prosecutor said each party offered his view during the consultations which were held at the presidency of the republic over the republican decree appointing counselor Abdel Maguid Mahmoud as an ambassador of Egypt to the Vatican.
Egypt's President Drops Effort to Remove Prosecutor
Egypt's pardoning of revolutionaries draws praise, cynicism
Egypt prosecutor keeps job in blow to Mursi
Fars News Agency
Armed men seize military vehicle in Egypt's Sinai
ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) - Armed men seized a military vehicle on Sunday in the city of al-Arish in Egypt's Sinai, where the Egyptian army has launched a security crackdown against Islamist militants. The armed men riding a pick-up truck stopped the ...
Egyptian Politician Calls for Annulment of Camp David Accord
Egypt Reopens Pyramid Of Chefren In Giza After Restoration Project
Following last year's uprising where the Arab Spring deposed President Hosni Mubarak, Egypt has seen a big decline in the amount of tourists wanting to visit. Now, with the reopening of one of Giza's great pyramids, the country is hoping to lure ...
Egypt Reopens Giza Pyramid And Tombs To Tourists
Pyramid reopens despite turmoil in Egypt
Egypt reopens pyramid at Giza in a bid to bring tourists back to Cairo
Egypt's Former Premier Says Brotherhood Failed to Meet Pledges
Egypt's former prime minister said the Muslim brotherhood failed to deliver on reforms pledged by its presidential candidate. “The regime has failed to satisfy the daily basic needs and has fallen short of meeting promises made,” Ahmed Shafik, who ...
SIS Chairman Meets Staff of Information and Nile Centers of North Upper Region
The changes witnessed by the State Information Service (SIS) currently reflect the government's interest in the SIS and in its role in development and awareness as it is Egypt's window at home and abroad. Developing the SIS in the upcoming phase will ...
Egypt Cotton Exports Reach 783 Tons in Week Ended Oct. 11
Egypt agreed to export 783 metric tons of cotton in the week through Oct. 11, according to the Alexandria Cotton Exporters Association. The country has shipped 4,871 tons of the fiber, valued at $14.1 million, since Sept. 1, the association said today ...
Israeli escalation to evaluate Egypt response
“Egypt is fully active in all matters related to Gaza, however Gaza still needs more Egyptian expressions of support to rein in the Israeli occupation and stop its aggressive acts,” he stressed. “Egypt has changed once and for all. There will be no ...