Egypt sets Feb. 26 as start date for NGO trial
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt will begin hearing the criminal trial of 19 Americans and 24 others on Feb. 26 in a politically charged case against foreign-funded pro-democracy groups, the country's state news agency said Saturday. CAIRO (AP) — Egypt will begin ...
Egypt security arrests more Masry fans over football violence
Cairo, Egypt:74 Dead After Soccer Game Riots Continue in Port Said
'Egypt league could resume without fans'
Egypt Sets Date for NGO Trial
Wall Street Journal
To order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers, use the Order Reprints tool at the bottom of any article or visit www.djreprints.com BY MATT BRADLEY CAIRO—Egyptian judicial authorities announced on ...
U.S.-Egypt at odds as 19 Americans head to trial
Egypt Sets Date for Trial of US Democracy Activists
Egypt sets start date for trial of foreign-funded NGO workers, escalating rift ...
Egypt promises fuel for Gaza power plant
Cairo—Egypt has promised to provide diesel fuel for the Gaza Strip's sole power plant, which went down this week after running out of fuel, a Gaza official said on Saturday. “Following our contacts with Egyptian officials, there have been serious ...
Hamas rejects Egypt fuel offer as Gaza energy crisis deepens
'Egypt to deliver fuel to Gaza after energy crisis'
Hamas Rejects Egypt Plan to Bring Gaza Fuel Via Israeli Crossing
The Daily Star
With Egypt in turmoil, Israel builds fence to keep out trouble
EILAT, Israel — Sparks flew across the desert sand as Mohammad Omar welded barbed wire to the top of a 16-foot fence that winds its way across the Israeli-Egyptian border. Against the brown and tan landscape, the gleaming white metal of the fence ...
African migrants tortured in Egypt's Sinai desert
Revolution brings instability to Sinai Peninsula
African migrants tortured in Egypt desert
Decoding Egypt's anti-US rhetoric
Cairo's apparent readiness to risk US aid, the continuing flood of inflammatory rhetoric against a key ally and the decision to prosecute groups that have worked openly in Egypt for years have perplexed diplomats and observers.
US lacks a champion in the new Egypt
Egypt Islamist: cuts in US aid imperil peace deal
Egypt uses Israel treaty as bargaining chip
Egypt Eyed as Possible Source of Fake Avastin
Wall Street Journal
By JEANNE WHALEN LONDON—Authorities are investigating whether counterfeit packs of the cancer drug Avastin found on the US market came from an Egyptian supplier, according to the UK's medical regulator, amid a global effort to track the origins of the ...
FDA Warns Against Fake Avastin Drugs
Students travel through ancient Egypt with exhibit
Your Houston News
A step back in time to the ancient Egyptian period when Pharaohs ruled the land was a unique opportunity for a group of students with a new exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts-Houston. Pine Forest, Elm Grove and Fall Creek elementary schools students ...
US Pro-Democracy Groups Under Fire for Work in Egypt
Voice of America
February 17, 2012 US Pro-Democracy Groups Under Fire for Work in Egypt Chris Simkins Several US aid organizations are facing criminal charges in Egypt for allegedly inciting pro-democracy protests against the country's military rulers.
The Woman Behind Egypt's Crackdown On Aid Groups
US groups blame Egyptian minister, military for campaign against pro-democracy ...
Mubarak holdover blamed by NGOs for crackdown
Nanaimo Daily News
Canada calls on Egypt to free foreign activists
By Lee Berthiaume, Postmedia News February 18, 2012 Foreign Minister John Baird wants Egypt to lift restraints on foreign aid groups trying to operate within the country, and to let foreign activists leave the country. Foreign Affairs Minister John ...
Canada calls on Egypt to let foreign activists leave
Wheat Advances as Egypt Purchases From US; Corn, Soybeans Gain
17 (Bloomberg) -- Wheat rose after Egypt bought from US inventories and corn gained on a Department of Agriculture report that showed overseas sales jumped last week. Soybeans also rose. Egypt bought 180000 metric tons of US wheat at a tender yesterday ...