Next Egyptian President's Job Is Ill-Defined
Wall Street Journal
An impasse between Egypt's liberal politicians and Islamists over a new constitution means candidates are vying for an ill-defined role. As Egyptians prepare for what many hope will be their country's first free presidential elections next week, ...
Egyptian Candidate's Broad Appeal Has Risks
For Egyptian Candidate, Broad Appeal And Expectations
Egypt presidential hopeful wants Sharia law-based constitution
Egypt security raid Iranian TV station's offices
CAIRO—Egyptian security officials have raided the offices of an Iranian TV station and confiscated its equipment for allegedly operating without permits. Ahmed el-Sioufi, office director of Al-Alam TV, said Sunday the station has repeatedly applied ...
Sydney Morning Herald
Mubarak's tainted legacy hangs over Egyptian vote
CAIRO/LONDON (Reuters) - Military police idly guard the gates of Egypt's presidential palace in Heliopolis, built as a 400-room luxury hotel in 1910 and vacant since a popular uprising deposed Hosni Mubarak 15 months ago. Egyptians, who never stormed ...
In Egypt's turmoil, thieves dig up treasures
In Egypt turmoil, thieves hunt pharaonic treasures
Candidate in Egypt Makes an Insider's Run for President
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
By KAREEM FAHIM / The New York Times SHIRBEEN, Egypt -- At a recent campaign rally here, Ala'a Zinhom said he had no interest in voting for Amr Moussa, a former Egyptian foreign minister who is campaigning for the job once held by Mr. Moussa's old boss ...
US academic watches in despair as Egypt unravels
Egypt election dispatch: why a former Mubarak minister may triumph against the ...
Abul-Fotouh dips, Moussa holds steady in Ahram presidential poll
Leading Egypt candidate calls 'racist' Israel a threat
CAIRO — A leading Islamist candidate in Egypt's presidential election has branded Israel a "racist state" and said a shared 1979 peace treaty was "a national security threat" that should be revised. Abdel Moneim Abul Fotouh also denounced Al-Qaeda ...
Egyptian candidates' tough words on peace turn Israel wary
Abul-Fotouh: Camp David is main threat to Egypt's security
Egypt funeral turns happy after dead man awakes
Bryan College Station Eagle
AP LUXOR, Egypt -- The funeral of a 28 year-old waiter in southern Egypt turned into a celebration when he woke up after being declared dead. Hospital officials had pronounced dead Hamdi Hafez al-Nubi, who came from the village of Naga al-Simman in the ...
Egypt candidate claims shooting down Israeli planes in war
CAIRO — Egyptian presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq's campaign boasted on Saturday that the former air force chief had shot down two Israeli planes during war, as it dismissed accusations of corruption. Shafiq, former president Hosni Mubarak's last ...
Egypt's Presidential Vote Must Start May 23, Court Rules
Egyptian court rules against suspending presidential race
Egypt Stocks: Credit Agricole Egypt, National Co. for Maize
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) rose 1.4 percent to 5083.26 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo, the highest since March 22. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange. Stock symbols follow company names. Credit Agricole Egypt (CIEB) ...
Egypt Agreed to Export 1261 Metric Tons of Cotton Last Week
Egypt agreed to export 1261 metric tons of cotton in the week through May 10, the Alexandria Cotton Exporters Association said today in its weekly bulletin. The country has shipped 73421 tons of cotton valued at $230.9 million since the marketing year ...
Egypt Signs MOU for Kuwait Fund Help With Railway Projects
Egypt signed a memorandum of understanding with the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development to provide technical assistance worth about $2.2 million for railway-related projects, the state-run news agency reported. The fund will finance technical and ...
KFAED extends KD 600000 to Egypt