Los Angeles Times
Egypt panel upholds decision to bar key presidential candidates
Los Angeles Times
Egypt's election commission Tuesday upheld its decision to disqualify three key presidential candidates: Omar Suleiman, former intelligence chief and vice president; Khairat Shater, onetime political prisoner and Muslim Brotherhood financier; ...
Egypt panel definitively bars 3 president hopefuls
Egypt's election commission ejects front-runners from presidential race
Egypt Panel Bars 3 Candidates for President
Fans proclaim innocence in Egypt soccer riot trial
Fans charged in Egypt's deadliest soccer riot declared their innocence in the first session of their trial Tuesday, directing their anger toward police, charged with collaborating in the killing of 75 supporters of a rival team.
Egypt, Iraq play out goalless draw in friendly game
Egypt played out a 0-0 draw with Iraq on Tuesday in the last game of their UAE training camp, for their second draw since coach Bob Bradley took over last year. The seven-time African champions were lucky to escape with a draw after Iraq squandered ...
Can soccer be Egypt's salvation?
Bradley's Egypt runs unbeaten streak to 8
Egypt - Iraq
Egypt Offers 21 Billion Pounds of 7-Day Repos; Dollar Bonds Fall
Egypt will offer seven-day repurchase agreements today valued at 21 billion Egyptian pounds ($3.5 billion), after accepting bids for 15.7 billion pounds last week. The dollar bonds retreated for a second day. The contracts allow government security ...
In Egypt, hope amid electoral chaos
By Alan Berger A superficial first glance would make it seem that the disqualification of three leading presidential candidates by an election commission in Egypt is akin to a racing commission in Kentucky suspiciously scratching three top contenders ...
Court suspends 100-member assembly
Rand Pauls Egypt crusade threatens postal bill
over aid to Egypt. It all started when Paul renewed his efforts to strip $2 billion in foreign aid to Egypt – demanding that it be considered as an amendment to a bill overhauling the US Postal Service. But a frustrated Reid balked at that request, ...
Here we go again: Rand Paul launches another effort to cut Egypt aid
Sen. Paul seeks to strip Egypt funding with amendment to Postal Service bill ...
Ban on Egypt's top 3 presidential candidates gives hope to Hamdeen Sabahi's ...
Hamdeen Sabahi's presidential campaign was considered unlikely to succeed, until Saturday, when the three leading candidates for Egypt's top job were banned from the race. Now Sabahi may have a chance, as might several other candidates who w By ...
Egyptian Stocks: Orascom Telecom Holding and Sodic Were Active
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) declined 1.2 percent, the most since April 9, to 4678.98 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange. Stock symbols follow company names. Orascom Telecom Holding SAE ...
Egypt's SODIC swings to 2011 net loss
ORASCOM TELECOM HOLDINGS (S.A.E) : Egypt's OT : Income Tax Charge Rises By $40 ...
For Egypt's women, the Arab Spring does not spell freedom
By Zvi Bar'el Tags: Arab Spring Egypt Dr. Nihad Abu al-Komsan has no doubt that Egyptian women have lost in the revolution. For all of a month she served as chair of the Council for Women established by the Supreme Military Council, until it became ...