US Woman In NGO Dispute Stopped From Leaving Egypt
by AP CAIRO (AP) — An American woman banned from leaving Egypt as part of its crackdown on foreign-funded pro-democracy groups was stopped from boarding an international flight Thursday, Cairo airport officials said. The officials said Mary Elizabeth ...
Egypt Military Fund Cutoff Weighed by US
Egypt stops US woman in NGO case from boarding plane
Egypt Stops U.S. Citizen From Boarding Flight Before NGO Trial
Letters: Radical control of Egypt could destabilize region
A year after overthrowing the Mubarak regime: Men sell Egyptian flags this month atop a torn down wall that the military had built to contain the protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square. A year after overthrowing the Mubarak regime: Men sell Egyptian flags ...
Egypt's Mubarak tells court in a letter that he is treated unfairly, proclaims ...
Egypt's Interior Ministry - Continuous Object of Anger, Dissent
In memo to court, Egypt's Mubarak claims innocence
'Egypt, Hamas agree to link electricity grids'
COM STAFF 02/23/2012 20:46 Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh signs three-stage deal with Egypt to end Gaza's energy crisis. By Reuters Egypt and Hamas reached an energy agreement Thursday to help end the energy crisis in Gaza, and that will ...
Hamas: Egypt to supply Gaza Strip with fuel for electricity
Hamas denies involvement in Egypt uprising
Hamas, Egypt strike deal to end energy crisis
MIDEAST STOCKS-Egypt gains on upbeat Q4; most Gulf mkts extend gains
By Patrick Werr and Nadia Saleem | CAIRO/DUBAI Feb 23 (Reuters) - Egypt's bourse bounced back from a two-session decline as estimate-beating earnings lifted sentiment on Thursday and most Gulf markets rallied as buying momentum continued despite a ...
Egyptian Stocks: CIB, Orascom Telecom Media, Telecom Egypt
Egypt's bourse gains; most Gulf markets up
Market Report: Egypt shares surge 2.5 pct on upbeat financial results
Armed men attack Egypt's Islamist presidential hopeful
CAIRO (Reuters) - A leading Islamist candidate for the Egyptian presidency was attacked by armed men overnight and was in an intensive care unit in hospital suffering from brain concussion, aides said Friday. Abdel Moneim Abol Fotoh, 60, was on his way ...
Tunisia, Egypt Islamists signal bigger religion role
By Tom Heneghan, Religion Editor PARIS (Reuters)- After months of reassuring secularist critics, Islamist politicians in Tunisia and Egypt have begun to lay down markers about how Muslim their states should be - and first signs show they want more ...
Division developing between main Islamist parties in Egypt
The growing Brotherhood Crescent of the Middle East
Israel, Egypt to work together against terror
By Asmaa Waguih/Reuters Israel and Egypt are working together to stop Hamas from “cynically using” Sinai to carry out terrorist attacks against Israel, a top IDF officer said on Thursday. “We regularly coordinate with the Egyptians and synchronize our ...
IDF to reopen southern Israel road after terror attack
Israeli troops foil terror attack
Israeli troops foil terror attack on Egypt border
Egypt Dollar Bonds Fall on Concern US May Cut Off Military Aid
23 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's 2020 dollar bonds fell, pushing the yield up the most in a week, after the US said it may cut off military aid if the North African nation prosecutes American workers in non-governmental organizations.
Egypt Dollar Bonds Fall on Concern U.S. May Cut Off Military Aid
Egypt presidential candidate wounded in apparent robbery
CAIRO — A prominent Egyptian presidential candidate was wounded in an apparent carjacking late Thursday in Cairo, his campaign manager and police said, underscoring an increase in crime a year after a country wide uprising.
Egypt's presidential candidate Abdel-Moneim Aboul Fotouh attacked in an ...
Aboul Fotouh attacked by 3 gunmen in Egypt
Egypt's Press Still Feels The Power Of The Military
by Merrit Kennedy Egyptian protesters are chased by soldiers in Cairo on Dec. 17, 2011. Egyptian soldiers swept into Cairo's Tahrir Square that day, chasing protesters and beating them to the ground with sticks and tossing journalists' TV cameras off ...
A year later, Egypt still dreaming of change