Egypt Islamist: cuts in US aid imperil peace deal
Albany Times Union
16, 2012 file photo, Mohammed Morsi speaks at a press conference in Cairo, Egypt. The leader of Egypt's largest Islamist party says US threats to cut aid over a spat about nonprofit groups operating in the country are out of line and could imperil the ...
US aid cut may force Israel treaty review: Egypt
Egypt-US Rift Hangs Over IMF Loan Talks as Reserves Plunge
African migrants tortured in Egypt's Sinai desert
Albany Times Union
DIAA HADID, AP Sudanese Mutasim Qamrawi, 22, shows his scars from four months he was held in captivity by smugglers in Egypt's Sinai desert at a shelter in Tel Aviv, Israel, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012. Some 50000 Africans have entered Israel in recent ...
Foreign Policy (blog)
US democracy groups say Egyptian minister targeted them
By Susan Cornwell | WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US pro-democracy groups on Thursday blamed an Egyptian minister who was a holdover from the era of ousted President Hosni Mubarak for starting a campaign against American democracy activists that has strained ...
The Woman Behind Egypt's Crackdown On Aid Groups
US groups blame Egyptian minister, military for campaign against pro-democracy ...
McCain leading delegation to Egypt
The Nation, Pakistan
Egypt court to set date for Mubarak verdict next week
Daily News Egypt
A supporter of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak holds his picture outside the police academy in Cairo where his trial is drawing to an end on Feb. 16, 2012. (AFP Photo/Marco Longari) By Reuters CAIRO: Lawyers defending ousted President Hosni ...
From Bad to Worse in Egypt
Salil Shetty: Egypt between denial and repression
Function of Egyptian military remains hazy and undefined
Revolution brings instability to Sinai Peninsula
By Sarah Lynch, Special for USA TODAY NUWEIBA, Egypt – Braced by a calm, crisp breeze off the Red Sea, Bedouin Sheik Sleiman El-Sakhan, leader of the south Sinai's Muzainah tribe, offers tea in an outdoor spot beneath trees and speaks optimistically ...
Israel-Egypt Border Barrier Risks Being Breached: Army Official
No Arab Spring for Egypt's Bedouin
Egypt opens door for private sector investment in infrastructure
Egypt wants to attract the private in infrastructure projects to fill the increasing budget deficit. (Reuters) Egypt amended its rules for public private partnerships (PPP) to allow disputes to be resolved through arbitration rather than through ...
Egypt backs Syria change but, not from outside
By Reuters AP Egypt called for change in Syria that met its people's demands, though it ruled out supporting outside military intervention. Cairo - Egypt called on Wednesday for change in Syria that met its people's demands, Cairo's strongest language ...
Egypt firmly backs Syria change
Egypt firmly backs Syria change but not from outside
Egypt condemns escalations in Syria
Egypt's NSGB says Q4 net income rose 18 pct
(Adds details, analyst comment) CAIRO Feb 16 (Reuters) - National Societe Generale Bank (NSGB), Egypt's second-biggest private bank by market capitalisation, boosted its net profit in the fourth quarter, partly due to ending of a charge for a 2005 ...
France Telecom Egypt Venture Buyout to Cost $2 Billion
13 (Bloomberg) -- France Telecom SA may spend about $2 billion to buy most of billionaire Naguib Sawiris's stake in their Egyptian wireless venture and delist the operator. France's largest telecommunications company reached a preliminary agreement ...
Market Report: Egypt stocks dip 0.7 pct on telecoms shake-up
Egypt's benchmark index retreats; Gulf markets lower
Egypt index retreats as Mobinil rally stalls
Soccer in Egypt to resume - in empty stadiums
Team players of the Egyptian Al-Ahly club run for safety during clashes following their soccer match against Al-Masry club at the soccer stadium in Port Said, Egypt Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012. (CBS/AP) Since the soccer riot that left more than 70 people ...
Egyptian league could resume in empty st
Egypt protesters demand justice over stadium deaths