Egypt's ousted president to get verdict and possible death sentence on June 2
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Article by: BEN HUBBARD , AP An Egyptian anti-Mubarak protestor wears a head band with Arabic writing that reads "retribution," during a trial session for the ousted president Hosni Mubarak, outside a courtroom in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Feb.
Egypt's high court delays Mubarak verdict until June
Egypt ex-minister says foreigners killed protesters
Egypt's Mubarak before verdict: "No comment"
PRI's The World
Secular sell-out: Islamist lobby directs US policy in Egypt
Egypt's ex-president Hosni Mubarak is standing trial for ordering a crackdown on crowds during the 2011 revolt and faces the death penalty if found guilty. The date for the verdict is set for June but the battle for power in Egypt has already begun.
Tunisia, Egypt Islamists signal bigger religion role
What the Islamists Want for Egypt
Muslim Brotherhood supports 'Islamic' president for Egypt
China Car Times
China's Geely Turns to Egypt
Wall Street Journal
By NORIHIKO SHIROUZU BEIJING—Economic growth is slowing in China and Western markets are a tough sell, so Zhejiang Geely Holdings Group Co. is turning to emerging markets, most recently, Egypt. Geely and an Egyptian car-assembly company said Wednesday ...
China's Geely to assemble cars in Egypt
Egypt's GB Auto to assemble Geely autos
Geely enters Egypt with CKD Operation, aiming to take on North African markets
Wall Street Journal
McCain says Egypt working to resolve NGO crisis
Las Vegas Sun
John McCain said Monday Egypt's military rulers have reassured him that authorities are working "diligently" to resolve a criminal case against US pro-democracy groups that has brought relations between the two allies to their lowest point in decades.
McCain not in Egypt to 'negotiate' release of rights' workers but to affirm ...
Egypt-US Standoff Could Hit 40000 NGOs
US, Egypt Look to Settle Nerves Over Aid, Trial
New York Times
Egypt's Step Backward
New York Times
Sadly, the transitional government in Egypt today appears determined to shoot itself in both feet. On Sunday, it will put on trial 43 people, including at least 16 US citizens, for allegedly bringing unregistered funds into Egypt to promote democracy ...
Fayza Abul Naga and Cairo's Campaign Against NGOs
Rude Awakening - by Christian Caryl
Market Report: Egypt stocks slip 0.25 pct, investors holding tight
Egyptian stocks trimmed their losses on Wednesday with investors reining in trade and holding to recent acquisitions as the country sees a period of relative political calm ahead of presidential elections. The benchmark EGX30 tumbled in the opening ...
Egyptian Stocks: Commercial International Bank, Sodic, Mobinil
22 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index retreated for a second day, falling 0.3 percent to 5018.23 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. That's the lowest level in almost a week. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange.
Fire at Egypt oil refinery kills 4 workers
AP SUEZ, Egypt -- The director of an oil refinery says four of his Egyptian workers died as they tried to put out a huge fire that erupted at the plant's complex in the port city of Suez. Reda Abdel-Samad says the floor on which the men were standing ...
Egypt: Systematic failure to rein in security forces
A year after the uprising, Egypt's security forces continue to kill protestors with the same brutal tactics used in Hosni Mubarak's last days in power, Amnesty International said after concluding riot police yet again used excessive force in policing ...
Egypt: Egypt yet to reform security forces
Amnesty accuses Egypt of failure to rein in security forces
Egypt police violence: Casualties and individual cases
Egyptian court to rule in Mubarak trial on June 2
Seattle Post Intelligencer
BEN HUBBARD, AP An Egyptian anti-Mubarak protestor wears a head band with Arabic writing that reads "retribution," during a trial session for the ousted president Hosni Mubarak, outside a courtroom in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012.