Mubarak Trial Encapsulates Divisions in Egypt
For activists in Egypt, the scenes only deepen their feeling that the authoritarian system the ousted president oversaw remains largely in place, almost a year since the 18-day uprising that toppled him. When Mubarak's trial began five months ago, ...
Egypt's Mubarak is no tyrant, defence tells court
Egypt: Hosni Mubarak a 'man with clean hands'
Mubarak trial encapsulates divisions in Egypt
Running on empty: Egypt's fuel crisis rumbles on
The fuel crisis that has swept Cairo and other Egyptian governorates appears to be rumbling on despite official claims it would ease as early as Tuesday night. A brief survey of Cairo petrol stations conducted by Ahram Online on Tuesday evening showed ...
Petrol shortages trigger tension in Egypt
Fuel shortage in Egypt leads to rising tensions
Rumors over gasoline shortages spotlight Egypt's problem with credibility ...
Egypt leader heckled in Tripoli over Gaddafi fugitives
By Mahmoud Habboush | TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Protesters forced their way into a Tripoli hotel where Egypt's military leader was meeting Libyan officials on Monday and lambasted him for failing to extradite supporters of ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi who ...
Egyptian military ruler visits Libya
Egypt's Military Ruler Urged to Hand Over Members of Former Gaddafi Regime
Egyptian military ruler visits Libya, hears request to hand over backers of ...
Egypt Credit Risk Drops Most Since June on IMF; Yields Fall
17 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's credit default risk fell the most in more than seven months and the nation's dollar bonds rallied after the country started talks with the International Monetary Fund for a loan. The central bank sold $1 billion one-year ...
TEXT-Fitch: Egypt IMF request only a first step
Egypt Credit Risk Falls Most Since June After Seeking IMF Loan
Market Report: Egypt stocks up 1.2 pct on IMF visit
Muslim Brotherhood party official tapped for Egypt's parliament speaker
Los Angeles Times
REPORTING FROM CAIRO--A leader of the Muslim Brotherhood's political party is poised to become the speaker of Egypt's parliament, a stunning reversal of fortunes for a movement banned under ousted President Hosni Mubarak. ...
Rights group: Egypt must change repressive laws
Egypt: Free Liberal Egyptians Party calls for new parliamentary regulations
Muslim Brotherhood picks new parliament speaker
Egypt: resilient tourists wanted
Financial Times (blog)
Just under a year ago, Vladimir Putin quipped about the resilience of his people noting that Russian tourists continued to head for Egypt even as revolutionary turmoil gripped the country and other foreign nationals fled. Putin understands how to talk ...
Egypt: where to from here?
Egypt has never had a tradition of democracy. Authoritarianism of one kind or another has historically shaped the country's politics and political culture. Between the Arab nationalist coup of July 1952, led by Gamal Abdul Nasser, and the fall of Hosni ...
Parties pick 1st Islamist Egypt parliament speaker
Egypt's transition to democracy grows messier
ElBaradei ends Egyptian presidential run
Egyptian tomb holds singer Nehmes Bastet's remains
Archaeologists working in Egypt have discovered the tomb of a female singer in the Valley of the Kings. The tomb was found by a team from the University of Basel in Switzerland who came across it by chance. The woman, Nehmes Bastet, was a temple singer ...
A 3000-Year-Old Singer Discovered in Egypt
Ancient Egypt's Lady Gaga discovered in 3000-year-old tomb
Rare Tomb of Woman Found in Egypt
Egypt Offers Dollar T-Bills Today After Fourth Deficit Revision
17 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt will offer $1 billion in one- year dollar-denominated treasury bills today as the nation seeks to cut borrowing costs after revising its budget deficit target and asking the International Monetary Fund for a loan. ...
Egypt sells $1 bln in dollar T-bills at avg 3.855 pct
Egypt to offer $1 bln in 1-year USD treasury bills
Egypt to offer US$1bn in 1-year USD T-bills