Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood says new constitution must be based on Islamic ...
CAIRO — Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood said Wednesday it is committed to enshrining Islamic Shariah law as the main source of a new constitution, seeking to mollify ultraconservative Islamists who accuse the group of not advocating strongly enough for ...
Egypt Islamists Delay Big March Until Constitution Is Drafted
Egyptians in hajj divided over Islam in politics
Minorities Fear End of Secularism in Egypt
Backlash as Egypt's government tries to end Cairo's reputation as city that ...
CAIRO – Egypt's capital prides itself on being city that never sleeps, with crowds filling cafes and shops open into till the small hours. So, the government is facing a backlash from businesses and the public as it vows to impose new nationwide rules ...
State says go home and sleep, 24/7 Egypt resists
Egypt detains 12 militants, including Tunisian, Libyan
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has detained 12 Islamist militants including a Tunisian and a Libyan suspected of having links to al Qaeda and planning attacks inside the country and abroad, the Interior Ministry said on Wednesday. Egypt, now run by an elected ...
David Petraeus' Egypt Visit: CIA Head In Cairo For Security Talks
Egypt police say 15 suspected militants arrested, large stash of explosives found
Egypt police seize explosives, arrest suspects
'Strong Egypt' party formally launched
Former presidential candidate and founder of "Strong Egypt" Party, Abdel-Moneim Abul-Fotouh stated on Wednesday that all necessary registration documents were submitted to the Parties Affairs Committee at the Supreme Court to officially recognize the ...
Strong Egypt makes its presence felt
Revolution Brings Hard Times for Egypt's Treasures
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Published: October 31, 2012. CAIRO — Cairo's salmon-colored Egyptian museum is a conspicuous landmark on Tahrir Square, where it stands in almost perfect condition despite the intense protests that took place on its doorstep almost two years ago.
Egyptian turmoil puts antiquities at risk
Centamin's Sukari Gold Mine Operating Normally, Executive Says
The agreement, between Centamin Plc and the state-run Egyptian Mineral Resources Authority, is valid until a copy of the court's decision is received, Fekry Youssef Mohamed, chairman of the state-run agency, said in a telephone interview today. He said ...
UPDATE 3-Centamin to appeal against Egyptian goldmine ruling
Centamin to appeal against Egyptian goldmine ruling
Egyptian court ruling sends Centamin shares tumbling
Egypt stocks take further fall even as IMF talks restart
The benchmark EGX30 fell 1.25 per cent to close at 5,695.9 points, deepening losses incurred in the previous session after a court ruling sparked concerns over the fate of foreign investment in Egypt. On Tuesday, an Egyptian court ordered a halt to ...
Egypt pound weakens to near 8-year low as IMF talks resume
IMF delegation in Egypt for talks on crucial loan
Egypt, IMF in talks over $4.8bn loan
Egypt's workers, farmers blast draft constitution
Representatives of Egypt's workers and farmers slammed Egypt's new draft constitution, in a press statement Wednesday, calling it "a violation of rights" as it failed to include their 50 per cent quota of seats in Egypt's upper and lower houses of ...
Egypt Buys 300000 Tons of Russian, Romanian, French Wheat
Egypt bought 300,000 metric tons of wheat in a tender today from suppliers in Russia, France and Romania, said Nomani Nomani, the vice chairman of Egypt's state grain buyer. The wheat grown in France was purchased in cargoes of 60,000 tons each, ...
UPDATE 1-EU wheat prices up on good export sales, Egypt tender
Egypt's sexual assaults intensify over holiday
Complaints about the problem, which has long been a feature of Egypt's society, gained prominence during last year's popular uprising that unseated longtime President Hosni Mubarak. Female activists and reporters told of assaults by men in Tahrir ...
Egypt Acknowledges Sexual Harassment Spike Over Holiday
Egypt activists meet resistance as they campaign to stop sexual harassment ...