US-Egypt relations on the rocks...
Gulf Daily News
The US-Egypt relationship is on the rocks. If it is to be salvaged, both sides will need to change course and pay attention to the concerns of their people, both of whom hold negative views of each other. Since Hosni Mubarak was toppled, Egypt remains ...
Threats to cut Egypt assistance could impact Israel, US influence in Mideast
Egypt divided on civil disobedience movement
Islamic lawmaker: US aid to Cairo 'assured'
Egypt's Unwise Course
New York Times
In Egypt, it's unlikely that any group receives more money from foreign sources than the military — roughly $1.3 billion in United States government aid per year, more than $39 billion over the last three decades. Yet, the generals who have controlled ...
Egypt's army ruler urges good US ties after NGO raids
Two foreigners arrested as Egypt cracks down on NGOs
Embassy seeks clarity over charges
Egypt Dollar Offerings Grow on Record Local Borrowing Costs
13 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt will offer $2.5 billion in dollar debt in the next two weeks and look for $10 billion from land sales over three years to reduce record local borrowing costs and replenish foreign reserves. The Arab country will sell $500 ...
Egypt's Artists Fear Censorship by Islamists
Egypt's revolution encouraged painters to shake off decades of censorship. But with Islamists gaining power, will provocative art soon be suppressed? Sublimation is a psychological process in which socially unacceptable impulses are transformed into ...
Egyptian Art in Crisis
Egypt's Stocks Rise to 6-Month High on Mobinil, Strike Failure
12 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's shares rose to the highest in more than six months after a nationwide strike failed to gather support and France Telecom SA was said to be in talks to boost its stake in a local mobile-phone company. EFG-Hermes Holding SAE, ...
Bloomberg: France Telecom Nears Deal To Boost Stake In Egypt's Mobinil
Market Report: Egypt stocks up 2.9 pct as strike plans stumble
France Telecom Said to Be Near Deal to Boost Mobinil Stake
UN consultant shot dead in Cairo
Egyptian women walk past a wall painted with murals supporting the revolution in Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 12, 2012. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen) By Aya Batrawy Associated Press / February 12, 2012 CAIRO—An Egyptian woman who worked ...
UN consultant shot dead in Egyptian capital
UN worker killed in Cairo as security fears rise
Egypt inquiry blames fans, police for stadium deaths
CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian parliamentary inquiry into the deaths of 74 people in a soccer stadium disaster has found both fans and lax security to blame for the worst incident of its kind in the country's history, the legislator leading it said on ...
Egypt's Ultras call for the cleansing of the interior ministry
Security, football federation, Port Said stadium authority responsible for ...
SLAUGHTER IN PORT SAID
MIDEAST STOCKS-Egypt at 6-mth high on political hopes; most Gulf lower
By Patrick Werr and Nadia Saleem | CAIRO/DUBAI Feb 12 (Reuters) - Optimism about political stability helped lift Egypt's bourse to a six-month high on Sunday despite a currency downgrade, and Kuwait's index rose on hopes of strong dividends, ...
Middle East markets: Egypt at six-month high on political hopes; most Gulf lower
Chinese firms: Good prospects in Egypt
By Li Lianxing (China Daily) SUEZ, Egypt - Chinese companies in Egypt are confident in the economy and investment future in Egypt, saying its political reshuffle might offer a chance for foreign investment. "The political change of the Egyptian ...
Egypt violence fund to pay families
AP LIBREVILLE, Gabon -- African soccer authorities are giving $150000 to the families of victims caught during the violence at an Egypt stadium. The donation by the Confederation of African Football was approved at a meeting late Saturday during the ...
Caf makes donation to Egypt violence victims' families
Families of soccer violence victims get $150000
CAF agrees to postpone Egypt's Nations Cup qualifier against Central Africa