Pressed by Unrest and Money Woes, Egypt Accepts IMF Loan
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt's transitional government announced plans on Sunday to sign a loan agreement with the International Monetary Fund worth $3.2 billion, less than a year after abruptly turning its back on a loan from the international lender, according to ...
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Egypt withdraws envoy to Syria
People hold up a poster showing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during a protest in front of the Syrian embassy in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Feb. 17, 2012. The poster reads: " That's why this neck was created long". (AP Photo/Amr Nabil) CAIRO—Egypt said ...
Egypt recalls ambassador from Syria as violence rages
Egypt recalls its ambassador to Syria
Egypt foreign ministry withdraws envoy to Syria
Egypt's Ultras have shown military rule the red card
The list of those who oppose Egypt's ruling generals has steadily grown since they took over power from Hosni Mubarak a year ago. The latest to join the list are the avid football fans known as the Ultras. Generally viewed as hooligans, ...
Egypt sets start date for criminal trial of foreign-funded NGO workers for Feb. 26
Egyptians rally in city hit by soccer violence
Rally in Egypt city hit by soccer violence
Egypt to sign IMF loan next month
Cairo—Egypt expects to sign a $3.2 billion loan agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) next month and will receive one-third of the funds immediately upon signing, Finance Minister Mumtaz al-Saeed was quoted on Sunday as saying.
Egypt Sets Date for NGO Trial
Wall Street Journal
By MATT BRADLEY CAIRO—Egyptian judicial authorities announced on Saturday that 43 civil society workers, including at least 16 Americans, will face trial on Feb. 26 over illegal foreign funding for nongovernmental organizations, diminishing hopes that ...
EU calls for end to NGO workers trials in Egypt
Egypt One Year Later
Evansville Courier & Press
It was just over a year ago, I was in the midst of guiding a tour to Egypt and Jordan, a tour that I had done many times before. To me, Egypt was like a second home. My family there were the people I worked with time and time again, and we had become ...
Egypt cruise: Alone on the Nile
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Israel building barrier along Egypt border
By Sheera Frenkel 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 ...
African migrants tortured in Egypt's Sinai desert
Egyptian Stocks: Mobinil and Maridive & Oil Services Were Active
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) climbed 2.9 percent to 5113.08 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo, the highest level in seven months. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange today. Stock symbols follow company names.
Is Egypt's Government Malicious or Incompetent? Eric Trager
The Egyptian government's decision to investigate pro-democracy NGOs for criminal activity and the subsequent imposition of travel bans on democracy workers didn't just ruin the plans of the six Americans now stuck there—it sparked a severe crisis in ...
Egypt Shehata: 'We're happy with a draw'
By Tamer Mohamed - The Egyptian Gazette CAIRO - Zamalek technical coach Hassan Shehata has expressed his satisfaction with his team's drawing with Tanzania's Young Africans in the round of 64 in the African Champions League (ACL), stressing that a ...
Daggers drawn as Yanga clash with Zamalek