Once Imperiled, US Aid to Egypt Is Restored
New York Times
WASHINGTON — An intense debate within the Obama administration over resuming military assistance to Egypt, which in the end was approved Friday by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, turned in part on a question that had nothing to do with ...
US approves Egypt military aid despite rights fears
'Stability' Trumps Democracy in Egypt
US intends to deliver full aid to Egypt despite objections
Some amounts of Israeli fuel reach Gaza Strip amid Egypt tensions
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip – Small amounts of Israeli fuel were trucked into the Gaza Strip on Friday, slightly easing an energy crisis provoked by a cut-off of Egyptian fuel, Palestinian and Israeli officials said. The shipment however did not meet Gaza's ...
Egypt-Hamas standoff leads to Gaza power crisis
Small amounts of Israeli fuel reaching Gaza
Dispute with Egypt triggers fuel crisis in Gaza
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's Brewing Crisis: Subsidies
Wall Street Journal
By MATT BRADLEY CAIRO—Egypt's interim government has just months to tear apart the country's bloated subsidy system before the nation faces a budget crisis, economists and government officials say. Pressure to address the issue mounted Thursday, ...
Gasoline shortage hits Egypt, tempers flare
Egypt Biggest Yield Drop Since Revolt Signals Longer-Term Sales
Egypt lawmakers, government disagree on IMF loan
The Seattle Times
Indonesia can teach Egypt about post-revolution generals and politics
The Seattle Times
A decade-and-a-half after its revolution, Indonesia is still struggling to eradicate the kind of corruption that plagues post-revolution Egypt, writes guest columnist Lawrence Pintak. But public outrage and sharp media coverage are pushing things in ...
Kansas City Star
Egypt's famous canal city symbolizes country's struggle for calm
By Hannah Allam SUEZ, Egypt — After a bullet narrowly missed his head during last year's anti-government uprising, criminal defense attorney Khaled el Dakroury used his underworld connections to buy a Turkish-made 9mm handgun, just for peace of mind.
An unsettled, Islamist Egypt threatens US national security
Questions Relating to Egypt At US State Department Press Briefing
QUESTION: Has there been any reaction from Egypt to the decision by the Secretary on aid? MS. NULAND: That is a good question. To my knowledge, I don't think that we've had any reaction in the last hour. As you know, we only announced the Secretary's ...
Egypt is looking to get cozy with Iran
WASHINGTON – Although Saudi Arabia had good relations for more than 30 years with Egypt under now-ousted President Hosni Mubarak, the kingdom is warily watching political developments in Cairo as the Muslim Brotherhood shows increasing strength, ...
Egypt Muslim Brotherhood Mulls Run For Presidency
Egypt's liberals turn to Islamist doctor
Egyptians learn fast in campaign for historic vote
The Daily Star
Egypt records biggest yield drop since revolt
Cairo: The biggest drop in Egypt's borrowing costs since the start of protests that toppled former President Hosni Mubarak last year is fuelling speculation the government will sell longer-term debt to meet financing needs.
In Egypt, a cellphone is a wireless lifeline
Egypt petrol shortage causes long queues
Their Pope Dead, Egypt's Copts Fear Worse Times
She looks at the validity of faith through non-believer's eyes, as a self described US Military spouse, personal chef, student and yoga enthusiast. by PATRICK COCKBURN The death of Pope Shenouda, who led Egypt's Coptic Christian Church for 40 years, ...
The death of Pope Shenouda III and the future of Egypt's Copts
Egypt's next pope
Leader of Coptic Orthodox Church in Middle East
Egypt's football club suspended
The Egyptian Football Association has suspended one of the country's leading teams over match violence that left at least 74 people dead in February. Port Said club al-Masry was banned from competitions until the end of 2013 over the clashes at its ...
Clashes after Egypt soccer club banned, 1 killed
Clashes as Egypt bans al-Masry soccer club
Clashes after Egypt football club banned, 1 killed