Christian Science Monitor
Egypt accuses U.S. of using NGOs to thwart revolution
Albany Times Union
CAIRO — Only days after a visit by the Pentagon's top general to smooth testy relations with Egypt's military rulers, the state news service on Monday released a months-old report that accuses the Obama administration of funneling cash to pro ...
Egypt accuses US of using NGOs to thwart revolution
Egyptian minister says US tried to use NGOs to control country's future
Outrage over Egypt's arrest of NGO workers, but US would have done the same
Sydney Morning Herald
Australian journo arrested in Egypt says he's no spy
ELEANOR HALL: Australian freelance journalist, Austin Mackell, says he was accused of spying on Egypt and moved between several government and police offices for more than two days after his arrest. The Cairo based reporter was on his way to the ...
Aussie journo in Egypt unclear on charges
Media rights group calls on Egypt to release detained Australian journalist
Egypt releases Australian journalist, US student
Obama set to approve Egypt, PA aid despite tensions
By HILARY LEILA KRIEGER JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDE 02/14/2012 05:03 Palestinians to see only slight roll back despite unity deal with Hamas; Egypt aid to remain at 2012 level; budget plan also fully funds military assistance to Israel.
Egypt's OTMT to pay dividend from Mobinil proceeds
CEO says OTMT will continue to manage Mobinil * OTMT to earn $1 bln from sale of its stake * Says looking at potential management contracts in Mideast CAIRO, Feb 13 (Reuters) - Egypt's Orascom Telecom Media Technology (OTMT) said on Monday it would ...
Egypt's Stocks Rise to 6-Month High on Mobinil
Egyptian Stocks Surge to Highest in Almost 7 Months on Mobinil
France Telecom Deal to Buy Out Egypt Venture to Cost $2 Billion
Obama proposes $800 million in aid for "Arab Spring"
By Susan Cornwell | WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House announced plans on Monday to help "Arab Spring" countries swept by revolutions with more than $800 million in economic aid, while maintaining US military aid to Egypt.
Obama proposes $800 million boost for "Arab Spring" countries
Egypt's Downward Spiral Towards Self-Destruction
The global repercussions of the Arab uprising
FJP issues policy statement on Egypt's domestic problems, Syria, Palestine
File photo: Supporters of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood 'The Freedom and Justice Party' participate in a march in support of the party ahead of parliamentary elections, in Cairo November 16, 2011. (Photo: AP) The Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice ...
Egypt: Morsi Reaffirms FJP Pursuit of Coalition Government
Egypt's FJP says National Women's Council breaks “bonds of family”
Where Will the Muslim Brotherhood Take Egypt's Economy?
TEXT-S&P cuts 3 Egyptian bank ratings to 'B'; outlook is negative
We lowered the long-term ratings on the Arab Republic of Egypt to 'B' on Feb. 10, 2012. -- Consequently, we are lowering our long-term ratings on National Bank of Egypt, Banque Misr, and Commercial International Bank (Egypt) to 'B' from 'B+'.
Egypt Dollar Offerings Grow on Record Local Yields
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 ...
IMF deal critical for Egypt, say economists
Christians' eviction from Egyptian village re-ignites communal tensions
By Ramadan Al Sherbini Correspondent Cairo Egypt's Christians are angry with the predominately Muslim country's authorities for allegedly condoning the eviction of Coptic families from a village over a reported affair between a Christian man and a ...
In the New Egypt, It's "Punish the Victim and Crush the Innocent"
Egyptian Copts Persecuted After Christian Man's Affair With Muslim Woman
Egypt parties, activists decry forced Christian evictions
Calls for curbing Egypt soccer violence
By Tamer Mohamed - The Egyptian Gazette CAIRO - Many Egyptian sports experts and heads of federations have been urging the concerned officials to take the necessary measures to prevent something like 'The Massacre of Port Said' ever happening again, ...
Egypt: Fact-Finding Committee Holds Security Accountable for Port Said
US used NGOs to create chaos in Egypt: minister
Egypt police negligence led to stadium deaths: inquiry