Egypt's liberals walk out, leaving Islamists to write a constitution
Christian Science Monitor
Of the 100-member assembly elected this weekend to craft Egypt's new constitution, about a fifth resigned before the group met today to begin writing. By Kristen Chick, Correspondent / March 28, 2012 Parliamentarian Amr Hamzawy speaks at a news ...
Egypt's constitutional panel meets amid crisis
Egyptian army takes on Islamists to retain power
Egypt's disputed constitutional panel meets for first time amid growing crisis
Egypt's ruling generals defend their business enterprise in face of calls for ...
CAIRO — Egypt's ruling military council has warned it will not allow civilians to encroach on the armed forces' extensive business enterprises, in rare comments about its secretive economic interests in the face of increasing demands for public ...
Egypt's ruling generals defend their businesses
To Be Heard, Egypt's Bedouins Take Tourists Hostage
by Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson A Bedouin guide makes his way down from Mount Sinai to the Greek Orthodox monastery of St. Catherine in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. The Bedouins depend on tourism, but have been kidnapping visitors in recent months in an attempt ...
High-level Israeli-Egyptian talks held in Cairo
Lawlessness and terror: The Beduin kingdom of Sinai
Report: Israel, Egypt negotiating Tarabin deal
Egypt rulers lift block on Ayman Nour election bid
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's military rulers on Wednesday lifted a ban preventing Ayman Nour from running for the presidency, opening the way for a presidential bid by the liberal politician who came a distant second to Hosni Mubarak in a 2005 election.
Egypt's military ruler pardons opposition leader
Egypt's Military Ruler Pardons Ayman Nour Ahead of Elections
Egypt's giant Orascom Telecom's subsidiary in Algeria to appeal $1.3 billion fine
CAIRO — Egyptian communications giant Orascom Telecom says its subsidiary in Algeria, OTA, will appeal an Algerian court judgment of fines amounting to about $1.3 billion. Orascom said in a statement it will also appeal a criminal conviction against a ...
Market Report: Egypt's major stocks up further 1.1 pct on merger hopes
Egypt index rallies; Gulf stocks mixed
Egypt's index rallies on OT Algeria news; Gulf bourses mixed
Egyptian Stocks: Orascom Construction and Al Arafa Investment
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) rose for a second day, advancing 1.1 percent to 5040.05 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. The gauge has increased 39 percent this quarter, making it the region's best performer. The following shares were active on the ...
Market Report: Egypt stocks bounce back 1.6 pct on Orascom hopes
Egypt OCI To Focus On Saudi, Iraq As 4Q Net Profit Drops
Egypt bans porn websites
Now, as then, it might prove challenging for Egyptian officials to control content people want to see. Details of what is considered pornography have not emerged. Check out Technolog on Facebook, and on Twitter, follow Athima Chansanchai, ...
Egyptian Courts Move to Make 2009 Porn Ban Stick for Internet
Porn today, gone tomorrow: Egypt bans porn websites
Internet porn ban on the cards
The Associated Press
Revolutionary Letdown: Egypt's Disappointing New Assembly
By Bassem Sabry As I regard the final list of the 100 members of Egypt's constituent assembly for the constitution and the dominance of two hegemonic political powers over it, I cannot help but experience a bitter feeling.
Egypt liberals quit Islamist-led constitution body
Egypt's Islamists tighten their grip on power
Islamists are majority on Egypt constitution panel
Egypt's GASC Buys 120000 Tons US, Argentine Wheat
CAIRO – Egypt's state-owned wheat buyer, the General Authority for Supply Commodities, or GASC, said Wednesday it bought a total 120000 metric tons of US and Argentine wheat, for shipment May 11-20. GASC bought 60000 tons of US wheat for $262.84 a ...
Egypt's GASC buys 120000 T Argentine, US wheat
Price cuts win Argentina wheat order from Egypt
Nuinsco Elects Not to Pursue Full Tenure on Egyptian Gold Concessions
MarketWatch (press release)
While the exploration results were positive and well-received by the market prior to Egypt's political revolution in early 2011, it has become apparent that recent political events have changed the market's perception and valuation of exploration ...