New pope says Egypt's constitution must be inclusive
WADI EL-NATRUN, Egypt (Reuters) - The new Coptic Orthodox pope said on Monday that a constitution being drafted by Egypt's politicians must be inclusive and the church would oppose any text that only addressed one part of the Muslim-majority nation.
Pope Tawadros II, Egypt's New Coptic Leader, Opposes Religious Constitution
Egypt's Coptic pope rejects religious constitution
Coptic Draw - a New Pope for Christians
Egypt-Turkey ties: Where does the Muslim Brotherhood stand?
Egypt's president Mohammad Morsi recently attended a Turkish parliamentary meeting, fueling the speculation that Egypt is keen on forging a partnership with Turkey to more effectively influence regional politics and developments. This alliance has ...
Egyptian teacher sentenced in headscarf case
Suspended sentence for Egypt teacher who cut hair of girls who didn't wear ...
Egypt teacher sentenced for cutting pupils' hair
Jordan seeks resumption of Egyptian gas supply as concerns mount halt is ...
AMMAN, Jordan — Jordan's energy minister arrived in Egypt on Tuesday for two days of talks aimed at resuming natural gas supply to the kingdom, after months of disruption some have blamed on the new, Islamist-led government in Cairo. Concern has been ...
Explosive vibes: Jordan is disappointed by Egypt's gas flow to Kingdom going dry
Egypt to raise gas supplies to Jordan this month, Minister
The Daily Star
Police officer shot in new attack in Egypt's Sinai
The Associated Press
By ASHRAF SWEILAM – 1 minute ago. EL-ARISH, Egypt (AP) — A senior Egyptian police officer was shot and wounded Tuesday in the second recent attack of its kind on security forces in the country's turbulent northern Sinai region. Security officials said ...
Egypt Sinai shooting attack wounds policeman
US Military Delegation Visits Egypt's Sinai
Egyptian security inspector shot in Al-Arish
The Daily Star
Egypt backs Sleiman's calls to end political crisis
The Daily Star
BEIRUT: Egypt threw its weight behind President Michel Sleiman's efforts to resolve the country's government crisis Tuesday with the visit of Foreign Minister Mohammad Kamel Amr. Amr called for a “made in Lebanon” solution to the current deadlock.
UPDATE 1-Egypt's GB Auto profit drops on Hyundai strike fallout
(Adds details). CAIRO Nov 6 (Reuters) - Egyptian car sales network GB Auto blamed labour unrest at South Korean producer Hyundai on Tuesday for a 26.5 percent year-on-year drop in third quarter net profits. Egypt's biggest listed automobile assembler ...
Egypt's GB Auto Q3 profit dips 26.5 pct on car supply shortage
Egypt still abiding by Camp David Accords
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's recent controversial letter to Israeli President Shimon Peres and the subsequent confiscation of some 1.7 million documents that were reportedly about to be shipped out of Egypt to Israel again raised questions about ...
Mursi Discusses Syrian Crisis With Lavrov
Addressing a press conference following their meeting, Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr said talks between the two sides dealt with the current domestic developments in Egypt following the presidential elections and the measures taken by Egypt to ...
Egypt pound slips to weakest in almost eight years
CAIRO Nov 6 (Reuters) - Egypt's currency weakened on Tuesday to its lowest against the U.S. dollar since 2004, and traders and analysts speculated the central bank may have resumed a policy of allowing a gradual depreciation. The Egyptian pound was ...
In Egypt, women finally get some respect
Egypt Vigilantes Aim to Curb Sexual Harassment
Egyptian woman brutally assaulted in downtown Cairo
Egypt Government Raises Payments for Wheat for 2013 Season
Egypt will pay 400 Egyptian pounds ($65.40) per ardab measuring unit, or about 2,640 pounds per ton, for wheat for the 2013 season starting May, the government said. The price compares with 380 pounds a year earlier, Minister of Supplies and Domestic ...