Egypt's Christians, Muslims hold vigil on anniversary of massacre
Los Angeles Times
Protesters also chanted against Egypt's new Islamist president, Mohamed Morsi, a former leader of the Muslim Brotherhood. They accused him of striking deals with the former military rulers to secure power. Morsi was sworn into office in June and none ...
Thousands march to mark killing of Egypt Copts
Rights group: Killings of Egypt's Copts unresolved
Sister of slain Egypt Copt retraces last steps
Egypt's pardoning of revolutionaries draws praise, cynicism
Los Angeles Times
Morsi CAIRO — Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's blanket pardon of hundreds of activists arrested during last year's revolution and its turbulent aftermath was widely viewed as a morally wise but politically timed move from a leader attempting to calm ...
Egypt President issues decree to pardon protesters
Egypt's Morsi Issues General Pardon for Revolutionary Activists
Egypt's Mursi pardons political prisoners
Will Egypt's New Constitution Take the Country Backwards?
The battle over Egypt's constitution has reached a critical juncture. Before the constituent assembly's mandate expires in December—and in the face of a pending court case that threatens to dissolve the body altogether, allowing President Mohammed ...
Egypt's secularists and liberals seek redemption
Does U.S. Funding Consolidate Muslim Brotherhood Control of Egypt?
Egyptian labour movement accuses Morsi of betrayal
The Daily Star
Egypt Determined to Lift Investor Confidence, Qandil Say
Prime Minister Hisham Qandil said Egypt wants to become a mecca for investments and officials are determined to boost confidence to revive an economy battered by last year's unrest that ousted President Hosni Mubarak. The uprising ravaged Egypt's ...
TEXT-Fitch: Egypt fuel subsidy reform is likely to to be gradual
Egypt vows to cut energy subsidies
Egypt eyes $4.8 bln IMF deal in weeks to shore up economy
Egypt President Decrees Pardon for Protesters
Egypt's new president on Monday issued a decree pardoning all those charged with or convicted of acts "in support of the revolution" since the beginning of the popular uprising that forced his predecessor, Hosni Mubarak, from power. The move by ...
Egypt mulls arming Sinai Bedouin security force
Egypt: At least 21 troops killed in Sinai accident
Truck Accident in Sinai Kills 18 Conscripts, Injures 6
Egypt Looks to Restore Iran Ties In Seeking an End to Syria Crisis
Former Egyptian foreign minister Nabil Elaraby had announced in March 2011 that Iran is not an enemy of Egypt, while adding that having friendly relations with Tehran are a normal thing. This short statement was proof that Egypt, back then, sought to ...
Egypt asserts an old pan-Arab principle to deal with Syria
Egyptian-born terror suspect pleads not guilty
NEW YORK (AP) — An Egyptian-born preacher pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges that he conspired with U.S. men to set up a terrorist training camp in Oregon state. Abu Hamza al-Masri entered the plea shortly before U.S. District Judge Katherine B.
Egypt mulls ways to develop mobile sector
CAIRO Oct 9 (Reuters) - Egypt's new government is studying ways to develop the mobile telecoms sector, including the idea of issuing a licence for a fourth operator, though a decision will not be taken until the first quarter of 2013, the telecoms ...
Local Delegation to Attend IMF, World Bank Meetings
The Egyptian delegation comprising Dr. Ashraf Al-Arab, Planning and International Cooperation Minister, Momtaz Al-Saeed Finance Minister and Dr. Farouq Al-Oqda Governor of the Central Bank of Egypt will meet with Arab and foreign delegation ...
Egypt Offers 100000 Tons of Rice for Export, Mena Says
Egypt is offering 100,000 metric tons of rice for shipment in October and November, state-run Middle East News Agency reported, citing Industry and Foreign Trade Minister Hatem Saleh. The ministry will allow each supplier to export no more than 15,000 ...