Islamists secure lead in Egypt's parliamentary elections
CAIRO — Islamist parties, as expected, secured Saturday a majority of seats in the lower house of Egypt's first post-revolution parliament, setting the stage for intensive political dealmaking before the legislature meets at the end of the month. ...
Egypt Islamists seen winning nearly two-thirds of seats
Egypt's Islamists consolidate lead in final round of polling
US reaches out to Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
Egypt's Christians Celebrate Christmas Amid Fears
6, 2012: A choir sings during Christmas Eve mass at the Coptic Cathedral in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's Christians celebrated Saturday their first Christmas after the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, amid tight security and a display of national unity to ...
Egypt's Coptic pope celebrates Christmas with call for unity
Egypt's Christians celebrate Christmas amid efforts to calm fears of rising ...
Egypt's Coptic Christians celebrate peaceful Christmas amid heavy security
Ayalon: Peace with Egypt not in danger
While Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh said in an interview published on Saturday that the success of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt puts Israel's security in peril, Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said all the leading forces in Egypt realize ...
Hamas: Palestinian cause is winning
Hamas and the Brotherhood: Reanimating history
Hamas and the Brotherhood: Reanimating History
Latest Egypt vote brings Islamists closer to win
By Tom Perry | CAIRO (Reuters) - The Muslim Brotherhood won more than a third of the votes in the last stage of elections for Egypt's lower house of parliament, according to partial results on Friday, showing the Islamists are set to dominate the ...
Why Islamism Is Winning
Strength of Egyptian Islamists proves a test for Obama's pro-democracy policy ...
Egypt to Settle Dispute With Damac, Al-Futtaim on Land Purchases
An Egyptian government commission approved the settlement of disputes with Dubai's Damac Properties Co. and Majid Al Futtaim Group, according to Fayza Aboulnaga, minister of planning and international cooperation. The initial agreement will be ...
Egypt buys 240000 tons of wheat
By Matt Bradley CAIRO -(MarketWatch)- Egypt's state-owned wheat buyer, the General Authority for Supply Commodities, said Friday it bought a total of 240000 metric tons of French, Ukrainian and Russian or Kazakh wheat for shipment March 11-20. ...
EU wheat prices rise on weak euro, Egypt sale
France regains grip on wheat trade with top buyer
Egypt's GASC Buys 240000 Tons Wheat For Delivery March 11-20
Prosecutors in Egypt Call for Mubarak to Be Hanged
New York Times
CAIRO — Egyptian prosecutors called on Thursday for hanging former President Hosni Mubarak, saying his authority over the security forces made him responsible for the deaths of hundreds of protesters who challenged his rule. Egyptian law authorizes ...
Egypt's net international reserves drop $2 billion in December, down 50 ...
Egyptian prosecutor wants death for Mubarak
Egypt prosecutor demands death sentence for Hosni Mubarak
Trouble for Egypt in its Sinai backyard
Egyptian Bedouins watch as smoke and flames rise into the air after masked gunmen blew up a terminal of the Egyptian natural gas pipeline to Israel and Jordan in El Arish, in the northern part of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula in July. ...
Egyptian officer injured in clashes with smugglers
Record number of African migrants illegally enter Israel
Israel Demands Egypt Step Up Border Patrols
Egypt foreign reserves drop $2B in December
Las Vegas Sun
AP Egypt's net international reserves plunged by another $2 billion in December, bringing the decline in reserves to 50 percent since the start of 2011, when a mass uprising that drove former President Hosni Mubarak from power battered the economy. ...
Russia: Egypt's Mubarak should not face death penalty
Prosecution demands death for Egypt's Mubarak
Russia calls for restraint when sentencing Egyptian ex-president
The Times of Trenton - NJ.com
WRESTLING - New Egypt outlasts Hamilton, Allentown
The Times of Trenton - NJ.com
By Joe Zedalis/For The Star-Ledger Mary Iuvone/For the TimesNew Egypt's, Ryan Molokie (blue) wrestles Jack Mottram of Allentown in the 113 weight class, during yesterday's tri-meet at Hamilton West High School. Molokie defeated Mottram with a 3-2 ...