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Egypt starts process to hold first-ever free presidential elections
New York Daily News
AP Egyptian Presidential hopeful Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh, a Muslim Brotherhood figure, talks under a giant billboard showing his picture during a conference in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt officially started on Saturday the process of holding its first-ever free ...
Egypt's first free presidential race begins
Egypt's first free presidential race opens as hopefuls submit applications
Egypt presidential hopefuls rush to register
Egypt season canceled in wake of match v
The Egyptian Football Association has canceled the rest of this season's league matches in the wake of rioting at a match last month that killed 74 people and injured hundreds of others. The league was suspended less than halfway through the season ...
Egypt football federation calls off rest of league season after riots killed ...
Egyptian Premier League season cancelled
Egypt Brotherhood's statement condemned
Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Dr. Abdul Latif bin Rashid Al Zayani has slammed statements made by Mahmoud Gazlan, spokesperson of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Movement, regarding UAE as "irresponsible" and don't advance efforts ...
GCC: Egypt Muslim Brotherhood's statement against Emirates "rowdy and unwise"
Gulf Cooperation Council condemns Egypt's Brotherhood 'threats' against UAE
GCC blasts Muslim Brotherhood statement against UAE
Egypt protesters, police clash near US embassy
CAIRO — Around 100 protesters calling for an end to military rule in Egypt clashed with soldiers near the US embassy in Cairo, an AFP correspondent reported. Shouting "Down with military power!" the protesters lobbed stones at the soldiers, ...
Egyptians protest against US funding of NGOs
Rights group: Egypt's generals are muzzling media
Egypt Moves Up Americans' Trial
Egypt Reports February Inflation Accelerated on Increases in Food Prices
Egypt's inflation rate accelerated in February on rising food prices, one of the causes of unrest that toppled President Hosni Mubarak in 2011. The annual inflation rate in urban parts of Egypt, the gauge the central bank monitors, increased to 9.2 ...
Food prices in Egypt rise, inflation too
Sydney Morning Herald
Arab League, Egypt FM condemn IDF operations in Gaza
Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr also decried the Israeli raids on Gazans the IDF said were firing rockets towards Israel and planning terror attacks on Israeli citizens, calling for an end to Israeli military operations immediately, ...
Egypt condemns Israeli strikes on Gaza
Hamas: We've contacted Egypt in attempt to end violence with Israel
Egypt's military court to rule on virginity test case on Sunday
(Photo: Ahmed Ali/AP) Egypt's military court is to rule on Sunday on the case against Doctor Ahmed Adel El-Mogy, who is accused of submitting women to virginity tests. MD El-Mogy, a 27-year-old conscript, is accused of conducting the test on seven ...
Egypt's Virginity Test fighter Samira Ibrahim looks for an end
Why Egypt moved against unregistered NGOs
Fayza Aboulnaga is Egypt's minister of planning and international cooperation. Cairo Deep, fundamental changes are occurring in Egypt. The process begun on Jan. 25, 2011, continues. Our friends must understand that Egypt will never be the same, ...
Egypt mulls energy subsidy addiction
CAIRO // Egypt's addiction to energy subsidies has come to a head. After years of debate, cutting one of the state's biggest bills has become essential to balancing the nation's financial books. The government spends two thirds of its total subsidy ...
No quick revival seen for Egypt, Tunisia tourism
BERLIN (Reuters) - Egypt and Tunisia are unlikely to see tourism - a vital prop for their battered economies - revive anytime soon as holidaymakers continue to shun North African destinations a year after the "Arab Spring" revolutions.
Egypt upbeat on tourism recovery
Egypt participates in opening ceremony of Berlin ITB 2012
Inaugural ITB World Music Prize honors 2 musicians