Report: Egypt brokers lull between Israel, Gaza terror groups
Egyptian Intelligence officials have successfully brokered an end to the current round of escalation in the south, Ynet learned Sunday. No Israeli source has corroborated the report. Israel and the Gaza-based terror groups have been exchanging fire ...
Egypt mediating Gaza truce as more than 100 rockets hit south
Report: Egypt negotiating Gaza ceasefire
Egypt's Popular Current condemns Israeli attack on Gaza
Egypt plans new deficit-reduction steps: media
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's government has proposed tax changes and reducing energy subsidies to cut a budget deficit running at about 11 percent of gross domestic product, Egyptian newspapers reported. The austerity steps, certain to be unpopular, are ...
Egypt's Central Bank receives 3rd tranche of Qatar's $2 billion deposit
IMF Waits for Egypt to Detail Overhauls
Wall Street Journal
DUBAI—The Egyptian government has yet to present a detailed economic reform program to the International Monetary Fund, suggesting it may be some time before agreement is reached on a $4.8 billion loan to support the country's troubled economy, ...
Egypt 'baby trafficking ring' broken up in Cairo
A child-trafficking ring that sold 300 babies over three years has been broken up in Cairo, Egyptian police say. Two nurses and a doctor at a Cairo hospital are among five people arrested and police say they are still searching for the hospital manager.
Egypt police bust baby trafficking ring
Travel: Egypt resists as government curbs nightlife
Animal cruelty continues unabated in Egypt
Egypt Muslim Sisters rise with conservative vision
The rise of the Muslim Brotherhood to power in Egypt has brought with it a new group of female politicians who say they are determined to bring more women into leadership roles — and at the same time want to consecrate a deeply conservative Islamic ...
Muslim Brotherhood in power: Can they speak in Islam's name?
Liberals vs Salafis: The fight to contain the Muslim Brotherhood ?
A Vague Role for Religion in Egyptian Draft Constitution
Egypt to probe former army head, officials over court budget
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's public prosecutor is investigating a case over court spending brought against the head of the army council that ruled the country until five months ago, a state newspaper reported on Sunday. An army council headed by Mohamed ...
Morsi to make his US visit as president of Egypt: Ambassador
Morsi prepares for trip to U.S.
Egypt: $1.8 billion recovered from Mubarak-era figures
Egypt T-Bill Yields Drop to 1-Year Low on Expectations for Aid
Egypt's borrowing costs have declined from record highs after the June election of President Mohamed Mursi, who resumed talks with the IMF for a loan to reduce the budget deficit and bolster foreign-currency reserves, which plunged more than 50 percent ...
4 Dead, 32 injured in train crash in Egypt
At least four people were killed and 32 others injured when two trains collided in Fayum, a city about 150 kilometers (93 miles) southwest of Cairo, Egyptian railway officials told Efe Sunday. The accident occurred Saturday night when a train traveling ...
Train collision in Egypt kills 4 south of Cairo
Egypt officials: 5 killed in train collision
Four dead in train crash in south Egypt
Egypt stewardesses begin wearing hijab
CAIRO - EgyptAir stewardesses who campaigned to wear the Muslim headscarf have begun donning the hijab for the first time since the national carrier was founded in 1932, a company official said on Sunday. The first flight attendants dressed in the ...
Veiled female stewards debut on Egypt flights
Islamic veil on board EgyptAir flights for first time
EgyptAir to let hostesses wear Islamic headscarves
The Nile, Egypt's lifeline in the desert, comes under threat
Los Angeles Times
As poor African capitals increasingly challenge Cairo, however, the struggle has become one of the most pressing foreign policy tests for Egypt's new president, Mohamed Morsi. African countries at the river's source, notably Ethiopia, no longer feel ...