Christian Science Monitor
Egypt-Israel natural gas deal revoked for economic reasons
Los Angeles Times
Egypt and Israel say political tensions played no role. But observers say the dispute is the latest sign of souring ties and could threaten the nations' peace accord. The Cairo headquarters of state-run Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Co.
Egypt Willing to Negotiate Israel Gas Deal With New Terms
Egypt's cancellation of gas sales to Israel was inevitable
Israeli prime minister plays down natural gas spat with Egypt as 'business ...
The Associated Press
Egypt Denies 8 US NGOs Permission to Operate in Country
Voice of America
April 23, 2012 Egypt Denies 8 US NGOs Permission to Operate in Country VOA News Egypt has rejected applications by eight American nongovernmental organizations to operate in the country, including an election-monitoring group led by former US president ...
Egypt denies 8 US nonprofits license to operate, saying groups' activities ...
Egypt rejects licenses for US groups
Egypt denies 8 US nonprofits license to operate
Egypt Cancels Remainder of Season
New York Times
Egypt's interim government canceled the national cup competition, ending all soccer in the country this season. The Egyptian Football Association says that the Ministry of Interior will not allow games to be played because of security concerns.
Egypt cancels cup competition
EFA proposes a new date for Egypt Cup
What Egypt's Leading Islamist Presidential Candidate Thinks About Christians
Religious freedom for Christians in Egypt (Copts) and other religious minorities hangs in the balance as Egyptian voters prepare to select a new president starting May 23. This is the first open presidential election in a generation.
Egypt's Shameful Election Bans May Save Its Democracy
Egypt's Moussa promises army voice in key policy body
In Egypt, change comes slowly to pop culture
Egyptian Stocks: Mobinil, El Sewedy Electric, Sidi Kerir
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) jumped 2.5 percent to 4948.78, the highest since April 2, at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange. Stock symbols follow company names. Egyptian Co. for Mobile ...
Market Report: Egypt major stocks up 2.4 percent on telecoms takeover
Egypt ETF Gains on Telecom Deal
Egypt regulator clears France Tel's Mobinil offer
Egypt's request to arrest Americans rejected by Interpol
By Libby Lewis Interpol says it is removing Egypt's arrest notices for a dozen American pro-democracy workers from its international database after ruling that they violate Interpol's ban on getting involved with political cases.
Egyptian English-Language Daily Folds
The Media Line
Daily News Egypt, the country's only independent English-language newspaper, has closed. All operations, including those of its website, ceased to operate over the weekend, according to Chief Editor Rania Al-Malky, leaving the 100-year-old ...
The death of a newspaper
English-Language Daily News Egypt Closes After Seven Years
Daily News Egypt folds after seven years of reporting
Egypt candidate: Ahmad Shafiq, former prime minister
By Yolande Knell BBC News, Cairo Just a year after he was forced to resign as Egypt's prime minister because of his links to the government of the ousted President Hosni Mubarak, Ahmed Shafiq hopes to return to political life as the new president.
Egypt army backs law on presidential bid ban – report
Egypt Court Quiet on Law Targeting Old Regime, Al-Ahram Says
UPDATE 2-Egypt rejects licences for US groups
Interpol refuses Egypt's request for global NGO arrest warrants * Freedom House's Dunne: Egyptian case against NGOs continues (Recasts with comments from Freedom House in Washington) By Yasmine Saleh CAIRO, April 23 (Reuters) - Egypt has rejected a ...
The Times of Israel
'Egypt will break the legs of those who threaten it'
Egyptian Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi said Monday that Egypt will "break the legs" of those who threaten it, al-ahram reported, in an apparent reference to Israel. Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman recently stated that Israel must take action to ...
Tantawi: Egypt will use power against enemies if needed
Egypt's military leader responds to Lieberman with threat to 'break your leg'