Egypt stocks plunge into red on foreign investment, IMF worries
Egyptian stocks plunged further into the red in the week's final trading session hit by uncertainty over the country's economic direction and potential difficulties in selling the tough reforms necessary to achieve a long-awaited IMF loan. The ...
Centamin could face new legal challenge in Egypt
Centamin's Sukari Gold Mine Operating Normally, Executive Says
UPDATE 3-Centamin to appeal against Egyptian goldmine ruling
In debate over Egypt's new constitution, Muslim law sparks a holy war of words
On one hand, the release was meant to ease pressure from the Salafi movement, who criticized the Brotherhood in recent for backing down from their intention to base Egypt's new constitution on Shariah law. On the other, the statement was meant to ...
Top Egypt Islamist faces trial in journalist case
No Reason Behind Islamic Forces Protest, Muslim Brotherhood Leader
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood says new constitution must be based on Islamic ...
Egypt's government tries to end Cairo's reputation as city that never sleeps
"Egyptian life has turned nocturnal. Egypt should not be a nocturnal state, but a morning state like all countries," Legal Affairs Minister Mohammed Mahsoub, an Islamist, told reporters on Wednesday. "Energy, endeavour, labour and working hard should ...
Sinai Salafists threaten Israel, Egypt security
Security in the increasingly lawless Sinai Peninsula continued to be a pressing issue in both Egypt and Israel this week, with threats to both countries from the al-Qaida-affiliated Salafist jihadi groups who have found fertile breeding grounds in ...
How the Egyptian legal system saved Camp David
Since Morsi's election as president in June, the Camp David agreement has become the focal point of a political struggle between critics who argue Egypt must amend the peace accords to regain control of Sinai, and Morsi's government who contends Egypt ...
Court Says Camp David Suit Out of Its Jurisdiction
Egypt pound weakens to near 8-year low as IMF talks resume
The pound has fallen by less than 5 per cent since last year's popular uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak plunged the nation into months of political turmoil, which deterred tourists and investors, two of Egypt's main sources of foreign exchange. The ...
IMF delegation in Egypt for talks on crucial loan
Egypt, IMF resume talks over $4.8 bln loan
Egypt, IMF resume talks over $4.8b loan
Egypt Police Say 15 Suspected Militants Arrested
Egypt's Interior Ministry says it has detained 15 militants suspected of planning operations to destabilize the country in a series of raids. A ministry statement said most had large amounts of explosives. The statement Wednesday said the raids took ...
Egypt detains 12 militants, including Tunisian, Libyan
David Petraeus' Egypt Visit: CIA Head In Cairo For Security Talks
Egypt police seize explosives, arrest suspects
Foreign Policy (blog)
The sad reality of Egypt's vaunted military
Foreign Policy (blog)
In the process he noted that regional instability and the recent bombing of an arms factory in Sudan (possibly by said Israeli jets, which might well have dodged Egyptian radars on their way south) have made it "essential for Egypt's armed forces to be ...
As Morsi and Brotherhood spur alarm, what to do about Egypt?
WASHINGTON (JTA) – Jewish groups looking for signals from Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi regarding his views were appalled when one finally came — in the form of a nod and what appeared to be a muttered “amen” to an imam's call for God to “deal ...
The Brotherhood in power: Governance kills the project
Egypt's Plans for an Arab Superstate
Revolution Brings Hard Times for Egypt's Treasures
New York Times
At the height of the revolution last year, a human chain formed to protect the priceless artifacts within the museum. A few yards away, the burnt out husk of former President Hosni Mubarak's National Democratic Party headquarters is a reminder of a ...
Egypt's Women Rebel Against Harassment
Egypt's atheists want to speak their mind in post-Mubarak era