Egypt's ex-housing minister sentenced to prison
The Associated Press
Egypt's MENA state news agency says Mohammed Ibrahim Suleiman was found guilty of squandering public funds, profiteering and illegally seizing a large swath of land. MENA says the court on Thursday also sentenced businessman Magdi Rasekh in absentia to ...
Egypt court orders ban on pornographic websites
Egypt: Islamists Press Generals To Fire Government
Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
US grants Egypt $1.3 billion -- poll says Egyptians don't want it
Los Angeles Times
Just after the United States decided to keep sending $1.3 billion in annual aid to the Egyptian military, a new poll shows that most Egyptians don't want their country to receive American financial assistance. Pollsters say Egyptians suspect that ...
Fuel Subsidies and Egypt's Economy: Running on Fumes
Egyptian Opposition to US and Other Foreign Aid Increases
eMarketing Egypt Calls for More Economic Utilization of Internet in Egypt and ...
Globe and Mail
Egypt artists "reopen" street by graffiti protest
San Jose Mercury News
By NASSER NASSER AP In this Tuesday, March 13, 2012 photo, members of a traditional Egyptian musical band prepare to perform during a ceremony to celebrate the imaginary opening of the "No Walls Street" at the end of the graffiti campaign to paint a ...
Egypt ex-housing minister gets 8 yrs jail for graft
Egypt artists transform streets around Tahrir Square with graffiti ...
State Department Issues Travel Alert For Egypt
Egypt Offers $1.1 Billion in Treasury Bills; Dollar Bonds Fall
Egypt will offer 6.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($1.1 billion) in treasury bills today as it resumes negotiations with the International Monetary Fund for a loan. The nation's dollar bonds fell for a second day. The North African nation will seek bids for ...
Egypt's Military, Parties Meet to End Constitution-Panel Row
By Mariam Fam on March 29, 2012 A military-sponsored meeting of Egyptian political parties discussed ways to make a constitutional-drafting panel more representative to address objections over its makeup, the state news agency reported.
Bassem Youssef: Egypt's Jon Stewart
The onetime candidate for Egypt's presidency seems to have buffed up and grown taller, while the eyes behind his familiar tortoiseshell frames are today an unexpected blue. Stagehands stand around giggling and snapping photographs as the impostor is ...
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's panel for new charter convenes amid splits
CAIRO — Egypt's constitutional panel, which is tasked with writing the country's new charter, has convened amid deep splits among the Islamists, the liberals and the military council that has ruled since Hosni Mubarak's ouster.
Egypt Constitution-Drafting Committee Starts Work Amid Divisions
Egypt Brotherhood conflicted over presidential run
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood faces sharp internal divisions over presidential race
Egypt's Orascom Tel jumps 9.9 pct on Algeria News
CAIRO, March 29 (Reuters) - Egypt's Orascom Telecom jumped 9.9 percent at the opening on Thursday, extending the previous day's gains when an Algerian finance ministry source said the government would pay $6.5 billion for a majority stake in its Djezzy ...
Egypt's Orascom Telecom appeals $1.3 billion fine
Market Report: Egypt stocks slip 0.4 pct on Algerian deal jitters
Egypt's OT Says Djezzy To Appeal Algerian Court Judgement
Egyptian Stocks: Orascom Telecom Holding and EFIC Are Active
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) fell for the first time in three days, retreating 0.4 percent to 5018.55 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. That pared the measure's gain to 39 percent this quarter, making it the world's best performer.
Egyptian Stocks: Orascom Telecom Holding, Ezz Aldekhela Steel
Egypt's Government Faces Vote of No Confidence, Lawmaker Says
Egypt's parliament will probably press ahead with plans for a vote of no confidence in the interim military-appointed government, said Hussein Ibrahim, an official with the Islamist party the Mulsim Brotherhood. Government officials have repeatedly ...
Egypt's largest Islamic party demands gov't resignation
MPs inch closer to vote of no-confidence in El-Ganzouri government
Egypt's political group demand resignation of the cabinet