Los Angeles Times
After revolution in Egypt, women's taste of equality fades
Los Angeles Times
Bothaina Kamel, a candidate for Egyptian president, campaigns in Cairo last summer. “Some people have come up to me and asked, 'Is it even legal for a woman to run?' I hope to set a trend, to open a door," she says. (Filippo Baciocchi / Rex Features ...
Egypt state media accuses US of spreading anarchy
Egyptian minister's comments stoke tensions with US over funding for nonprofit ...
Egyptian minister's remarks stoke tensions with US
Egypt tells US to stay out of domestic affairs
WASHINGTON – Egypt's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces wants to send a strong message to Washington not to interfere in its internal affairs and has taken to court 43 non-governmental organization workers, 16 of whom are Americans.
Dempsey Urges Egypt to Resolve Dispute With US
Cutting Off Egypt Aid Would Be Mistake, General Dempsey Says
Egypt sends US charging documents on democracy-building groups
Washington (CNN) -- The United States has received a document from Egyptian authorities that lays out charges against the staff of US and international democracy-building groups, the State Department said Tuesday. "Our lawyers who we dispatched from ...
Egypt slaps travel ban on Australian
Captive journalist calls on Rudd to intervene
Aussie journo banned from leaving Egypt
Egyptian Stocks: EFG-Hermes, Mobinil and Orascom Development
14 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index retreated for the first time in six trading days, dropping 0.7 percent to 5066.04 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange today.
Egypt's OTMT to pay dividend from Mobinil proceeds
Egypt bourse asks OTMT for details on Mobinil deal
Egyptian Stocks: Mobinil, Orascom Telecom Media, Beltone
Egypt prepares to sell $2 bln Islamic bonds-scholar
By Mirna Sleiman and Andrew Torchia | DUBAI Feb 14 (Reuters) - The Egyptian government, seeking to head off a funding crisis, is preparing to raise about $2 billion through its first issue of Islamic bonds, an Islamic scholar familiar with its planning ...
Egypt sukuk will be great for the Islamic market — but not yet
Obama backs continued Egypt, PA aid despite tension
By HILARY LEILA KRIEGER, JPOST CORRESPONDENT 02/14/2012 05:03 Palestinians to see only slight roll back despite unity deal with Hamas; Egypt aid to remain at 2012 level. By REUTERS/Larry Downing WASHINGTON – Despite recent tensions between the US and ...
Obama proposes $800 million in aid for "Arab Spring"
16 Americans busted? Egypt to still get $1.3B
Should US taxpayer money aid Arab Spring countries?
Anonymous movement claims attack on US tear gas company
LONDON (AP) – The website of a US company whose tear gas has been used against demonstrators in Egypt is the latest to be broken into by the Anonymous movement, hackers claimed Tuesday. By Nasser Nasser, AP A protester throws away a tear gas canister ...
Pennsylvania tear gas maker is latest target for Anonymous hackers
Anonymous hackers attack US company that makes tear-gas
Obama's Chickens Come Home To Roost In Egypt
Investor's Business Daily
Mideast: As the president sneaks more money in the budget for Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood thugs he helped install in Cairo show their gratitude by threatening to attack Israel. For three decades, the US essentially paid Egypt not to attack our ...
Egypt's Brotherhood confirms intention to form govt
Muslim Brotherhood: Cuts in US Aid Could Affect Peace Treaty With Israel
Egypt's FJP announces readiness to form national coalition government
Animal mummies discovered among Egyptian treasures
By Owen Jarus A wealth of new discoveries, from animal mummies linked to the jackal god and human remains to an enigmatic statue, are revealing the secrets of an ancient holy place in Egypt once known as the "Terrace of the Great God.
Animal mummies discovered at ancient Egyptian site
Egyptian minister says US tried to use NGOs to control country's future
Washington Post (blog)
By Ernesto Londoño CAIRO — The Egyptian minister who triggered raids on American-funded pro-democracy organizations in December has said that the United States tried to use the groups to control the future of post-revolutionary Egypt.
Egyptian strike fails to mobilize masses
9 Faces of the New Egypt
Has the revolution betrayed the women of Egypt?