Termination of Israeli-Egyptian natural gas agreement serves dangerous precedent
Mohamed Shoeb, head of the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company, announced Sunday evening, that the company will terminate the agreement to provide natural gas to Israel, after a decision had been made on Thursday, due to what he had termed “Israel's ...
Egypt Cancels the Delivery of Gas to Israel
Egypt ends gas deal with Israel, stakeholder says
Egypt Cancels Israel Gas Deal
Presidential candidate Moussa says Egypt is in crisis
An Egyptian boy passes counter-revolution graffiti on the wall outside his school in Cairo on Sunday. By Nasser Nasser, AP By Nasser Nasser, AP Egyptian presidential candidate Amr Moussa speaks during a press conference at his residence in Cairo on ...
Egypt's Moussa promises army voice in key policy body
Presidential candidate Moussa: Egypt in crisis, shouldn't experiment with ...
In Egypt, change comes slowly to pop culture
South Bend Tribune
Topical movies such as 2010's “Cairo 678,” which addressed sexual harassment, have long been deemed too provocative by conservative voices in Egypt. (Fortissimmo Films, Fortissimmo Films / April 22, 2012) By Steven Zeitchik, Los Angeles Times CAIRO ...
Presidential candidate Moussa says Egypt in crisis
Egypt's military ruler speaks out on protests
Egypt MPs demand Mufti quit over Jerusalem trip
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's Islamist-dominated parliament on Sunday called on the Mufti to quit after a visit to Jerusalem, stepping up pressure on the state-appointed official over a trip that critics say bestowed recognition of Israeli control of the ...
Egyptian MPs call on mufti to quit over Jerusalem trip
Egypt MPs demand mufti resign over Jerusalem visit
Presidential candidate El-Hariri demands SCAF dismiss Egypt's Mufti
The Daily Star
Analysis: Political divisions slow Islamic finance in Egypt
By Ahmed Lotfy and Bernardo Vizcaino | CAIRO/DUBAI (Reuters) - AlexBank, one of Egypt's biggest commercial banks, says it expects to launch Islamic financial services next April. But the country's political divisions mean the regulatory environment in ...
Islamic finance in Egypt
Egypt's Shameful Election Bans May Save Its Democracy
Egypt seems to have taken a big step down the path of undemocratic democracy. Its Supreme Presidential Electoral Commission blocked three of the most important, viable and potentially popular candidates from the presidential elections slated for late ...
Wall Street Journal
Mursi vows to govern in coalition, stabilize Egypt
The Daily Star
By Edmund Blair, Tamim Elyan CAIRO: The Muslim Brotherhood's new presidential candidate, pitched into the race after its first choice was disqualified, promised to govern in coalition and to steady Egypt after more than a year of political turmoil.
Egyptians pack square to protest military rulers
In Egypt and Jordan, Brotherhood feels the heat
Splits, but No Violence, in Egypt Rally
Egypt terminates gas deal with Israel
CAIRO (AP) — The head of the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company said Sunday it has terminated its contract to ship gas to Israel because of violations of contractual obligations, a decision Israel said overshadows the peace agreement between the two ...
Egypt Approves France Telecom Tender Offer for Mobinil Shares
Egypt's market regulator has approved the tender offer of a unit of France Telecom SA (FTE) for shares of Egyptian Co. (EMOB) for Mobile Services, also known as Mobinil. The offer is for the purchase of up to 100 million shares at 202.5 Egyptian pounds ...
Egypt regulator clears France Tel's Mobinil offer
Egypt stocks up 2.47%
Egypt watchdog approves Mobinil acquisition by France Telecom
Egyptian Stocks: EFG-Hermes, GB Auto, Oriental Weavers
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) rose for a second day, gaining 2.6 percent to 4829.12 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. That's the biggest advance in more than two months. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange.
Egyptian Stocks: EFG-Hermes, Oriental Weavers, Sinai Cement