Egypt arrests US student a year after Mubarak's ouster
CAIRO (AP) – The United States' top general discussed an Egyptian crackdown on Western-funded pro-democracy groups with the head of the country's ruling military council on Saturday, as another two foreigners were arrested on charges of fomenting ...
Egypt detains Australian journalist, US student
Egypt strike to mark Mubarak overthrow 'fails'
Gen. Martin Dempsey, top Egypt military chief meet
The West Australian
Egypt: Tribesmen release Korean tourists in Sinai
(AP) AL-ARISH, Egypt — (AP) — Three South Korean women were freed on Saturday a day after they were kidnapped by armed tribesmen in Egypt's Sinai peninsula when clan elders negotiated their release, a security official said.
Egypt: Tribesmen release 3 Korean tourists in Sinai a day after abduction
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood wants government sacked
(AP) CAIRO — Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood called Thursday on the ruling generals to sack the military-appointed government, saying it has failed to manage the deteriorating security and economic situation in the country.
Egypt`s Copts willing to support MB-led coalition
Egypt's Never-Ending Revolution
Egypt Credit Rating Cut by S&P Citing Plunge in Reserves
10 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's credit rating was downgraded by Standard & Poor's, which cited a plunge in the country's foreign reserves and persistent political instability. S&P lowered the ratings on long-term foreign- and local- currency debt to B, ...
TEXT-S&P lowers long-term ratings on Egypt to 'B'
Standard & Poor's cuts Egypt's sovereign rating due to unrest; outlook negative
S&P cuts Egypt rating further into junk territory
Ma'an News Agency
Abbas in Egypt to discuss peace talks
By REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas arrived in Egypt on Saturday, where he is scheduled to consult with the Arab League on the PA's next step following five rounds of exploratory talks between Israeli and PA ...
Abbas arrives in Egypt ahead of Arab League meet
Palestinian leader arrives in Egypt to attend Arab Peace Cmte meeting
Egyptian Christians to be forced to leave?
More ↓ Analysts have begun warning that the recent increase in violent protests in Egypt is putting the nation's millennia-old minority Christian community in great danger, and members may be forced to leave their homeland.
Poll: US Favorable attitudes toward Egypt in sharp decline
Sen. McCain to Negotiate Release of US Aid Workers in Egypt
Fox News (blog)
by Erin Vogel | February 11, 2012 Republican Senator John McCain will travel to Egypt to negotiate the release of 6 US aid workers. In an interview with "America's News Headquarters" Saturday, the Arizona Senator was optimistic that communications ...
Egypt's PM says US threats to cut aid won't work
Egypt-US row over aid workers can be 'resolved': McCain
Egypt bans British woman from leaving country over NGO row
NAHM Fall 2012: Ancient Egypt Meets the 1920s
“A lot of women in the '20s, but also in ancient Egypt. There was a Pharoah, Hatshepsut, and she was not afraid to be the Pharaoh.” Fun fact: Hatshepsut is often depicted in male attire, making her an all-too-appropriate muse for NAHM, known for their ...