Voice of America
Egypt's presidents warns against unrest
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's Islamist president warned against any unrest that could harm the drive to repair the country's battered economy in his first address before the newly convened upper house of parliament on Saturday, urging the opposition to work ...
Morsy hails a 'new era' for Egypt
Egypt's Morsi Appeals for National Unity
Egypt's Mursi Says Unity Imperative for Stability and Economy
Egypt Transfers Tons of Building Materials to Gaza
Thousands of tons of building materials such as cement and steel began crossing into the Gaza Strip on Saturday, Egyptian and Palestinian officials said, temporarily easing a five year old blockade on the coastal territory. An Egyptian security ...
Egypt lets building material cross its border into Gaza
Haniyeh embraces Egypt's Gaza construction aid
Egypt opens Rafah crossing for goods to Gaza
With Egypt's New Choices, The Burden Of Democracy
With former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak ousted, there was space in 2012 for new political leaders to come forward. Host Jacki Lyden talks with NPR's Cairo correspondent, Leila Fadel, about the transformations that took place in Egypt in the past year.
Daily News Egypt
Egypt reserves plunge as economic crisis bites
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's central bank said it would start foreign currency auctions on Sunday to conserve reserves that have fallen to a critical level, pointing to a deepening economic crisis as President Mohamed Mursi tries to calm political turmoil.
Egypt Adopts New Foreign-Currency System
Egypt to Start Foreign Exchange Auctions to Stem Reserves Plunge
Egypt central banks warns foreign currency reserves at "minimum critical level"
Egypt to strengthen ties with Hezbollah
Egypt will develop its ties with Hezbollah, recognizing it as a “real political and military force,” said an Egyptian official to Lebanese press. The announcement signals a U-turn in policy where Egypt had accused the group of operating terror cells.
Egypt to Pursue a Relationship with Hizbullah
Muslim Brotherhood Egypt Seeking Ties With Hezbollah
'Egypt to pursue relationship with Hezbollah'
Egypt president warns against any unrest, tells parliament nation must focus ...
CAIRO – Egypt's Islamist president has warned against any unrest that could harm the drive to repair the country's economy in a sharply worded speech pushing the opposition to work with his government. Mohammed Morsi has made the comments in his first ...
The Voice of Russia
Egypt's Mursi says Assad "regime" has no future in Syria
Mursi said Egypt's priority was to halt the bloodshed and to work, with "Arab, regional and international support and consensus", for a political solution that would allow "the Syrian people to replace the current regime" with elected leaders. "All of ...
Egypt says Assad "regime" has no future in Syria
Russian, Egyptian positions on Syria reach an accord
Egypt Calls Any Possible Military Intervention in Syria a Disaster
Yahoo! News (blog)
Egypt opposition says Islamists trying to stifle dissent
Yahoo! News (blog)
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's opposition accused President Mohamed Mursi's Islamist allies of trying to muzzle dissent on Friday after prosecutors decided to investigate whether prominent government critics were guilty of sedition. The probe, which comes a ...
Egypt's Shura Council to plunge into busy legislative schedule
After 90 of its newly-appointed members swore in on 26 December and gathered to listen to a speech by President Mohamed Morsi on 29 December, the Islamist-dominated upper house of parliament, the Shura Council, will soon plunge into business.
Egypt receives $500 million from Qatar, 500 more from Turkey soon
Egypt has received a final $500 million instalment of funds promised by Qatar and will get another $500 million from Turkey at the end of January, Egypt's finance minister said, in the latest aid to help balance its budget and defend its currency ...