The Cutting Edge
Egyptian Military Seeks Advice on Ceding Power Early
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt's military rulers have asked a panel of advisers for suggestions about handing over power to civilians earlier than the scheduled deadline at the end of June, state news media reported Sunday. Whether the request signals an intention was ...
Egypt's rocky road
Egypt's liberals are caught in a squeeze play
Egypt politicians adopt social media
Egypt says it has ended US lobbyists' contract
An Egyptian woman reacts casting her ballot at a polling station in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2012. Egyptians cast their ballots on Sunday for the upper house of parliament, a largely consultative body with limited powers.
Egypt's Foreign Ministry says Cairo has ended contract with US lobbyists
Egypt ends first day vote for upper house elections
Wall Street Journal
Egypt Seeks to Smooth Ties With US
Wall Street Journal
By CHARLES LEVINSON and MATT BRADLEY Relations between the longtime allies have hit a new low following an Egyptian government raid on pro-democracy and human-rights groups and travel bans imposed on several of their American employees, threatening an ...
Abouelnaga: Egypt will negotiate swifter Arab financial aid 'with dignity'
After Egypt, Tunisia, Libya overthrows, Arab upheaval begins to settle
Christian Science Monitor
Egypt quietly moves into another phase of voting, while the monarchs in Morocco and Jordan have stabilized their rule through reforms. Tumult. Tragedies. Victory. Exultation. That was 2011 in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya, where longstanding dictators were ...
Egypt tourism minister voices regret over slain Frenchman
The killing of a French tourist on Saturday in the Red Sea resort city of Sharm El-Sheikh was a “random act” and not directed against foreigners, Egyptian Minister of Tourism Mounir Fakhry Abdel-Nour declared in a Sunday press statement.
Egypt: French tourist killed in shooting
'Random' fire killed Frenchman in Egypt: minister
Egypt's tourism sector struggles to revive fortunes
Egypt blogger Maikel Nabil: SCAF protects the former regime
CAIRO: Prominent Egyptian activist and blogger Maikel Nabil, who was granted a pardon by Field Marshal Mohammed Hussein Tantawi earlier this past week, said in statements that this was the third time he was arrested. He said he was arrested the first ...
Egypt frees pro-Israel blogger after 10 months
Egypt: Tantawi Underestimates the Egyptian People
Egypt's Tantawi to lift state of emergency except in acts of 'thuggery'
2200-year-old Egyptian mummy had prostate cancer
Professor Salima Ikram, of the American University in Cairo, Egypt, said: 'Living conditions in ancient times were very different; there were no pollutants or modified foods, which leads us to believe that the disease is not necessarily only linked to ...
Oldest case of prostate cancer in ancient Egypt uncovered
Researchers find cancer in ancient Egyptian mummy
Syria accuses activists of Cairo embassy attack
CAIRO - Syria's ambassador to Egypt has accused a leading opposition group backed by oil-rich Gulf Arab nations of storming the country's embassy in Cairo late Friday. The group denies both that it was involved in the incident and that it receives ...
Some in Egypt Turn Their Anger on Islamists, and the Syrian Embassy Is Attacked
Syria, Egypt, Libya and Middle East unrest - live updates
Syria: Gulf-backed activists stormed Cairo embassy
Israel plans Red-Med rail link to take Suez overflow
* Netanyahu: Strategic Eilat line will link Europe, Asia * Israel says wants to supplement, not sap Egyptian trade By Dan Williams JERUSALEM, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Israel said on Sunday it plans to build a railway line linking its Red Sea and ...
Egyptian Stocks: Maridive & Oil Services, Orascom Telecom
29 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's benchmark EGX 30 Index climbed for a fifth day, gaining 2.3 percent to 4535.18 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo, the highest level in more than four months. The gauge has jumped 25 percent in January, making it the ...
Market Report: Egypt stocks up 2.3 pct after peaceful weekend
Middl East markets: Egypt extends rally after peaceful demos; Gulf mixed
MIDEAST STOCKS-Egypt extends rally after peaceful demos; Gulf mixed