The Associated Press
A guide to Egypt's pre-election turmoil
San Jose Mercury News
By LEE KEATH Egyptian women mourn over the death of victims of clashes outside the Defense Ministry in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, May 2, 2012. Suspected supporters of Egypt's military rulers attacked predominantly Islamist anti-government protesters ...
Attack on protesters in Egypt leaves 11 dead
Egypt clashes over army rule leave up to 11 dead
Fierce clashes stoke tensions ahead of Egypt vote
Egypt Brotherhood MPs in Saudi mission to ease crisis
By Tom Perry | CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian parliamentary delegation including top Muslim Brotherhood figures will head to Saudi Arabia seeking to resolve the worst in crisis in decades between states that were close allies under deposed leader Hosni ...
Egypt / Saudi Arabia: Both sides walk on the cautious path
Egypt and Saudi Arabia: Ties in the remaking
Brotherhood's rise frays ties between Riyadh and Cairo
The Daily Star
IMF Awaits Economic Plan From Egypt
Wall Street Journal
By LEILA HATOUM DUBAI—The International Monetary Fund is still waiting for the Egyptian government to present a viable economic-recovery plan that enjoys broad political support before it can approve a $3.2 billion loan to help the country deal with ...
IMF still waiting on Egyptian economic plan
Egypt needs to do more to secure financial aid: IMF official
Egypt May Keep Key Interest Rate Unchanged as Economy Struggles
By Mariam Fam on May 02, 2012 Egypt's central bank will probably keep its benchmark interest rate unchanged as the economy struggles and talks for an International Monetary Fund loan drag on. The Monetary Policy Committee, led by Governor Farouk El- ...
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Many in Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood wary of plunge into politics
He prayed in Cairo's ancient mosques and knew the names of Brotherhood members held in Egypt's jails. The group was his spiritual and intellectual buttress, and, amid the failings of other parties and opposition ideologies, he carried the Brotherhood's ...
Islamist stakes claim to Egypt middle ground
Egyptian military source: No Cabinet shuffle pending
Egypt's ex-jihadists back moderate for presidency
Egypt's foot-and-mouth outbreak reaches Gaza, endangers entire Middle East
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — A UN agency says Egypt's outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease has reached neighboring Gaza Strip and could soon spread across the Middle East. The Rome-based Food and Agriculture Organization said Wednesday the disease was ...
Gaza Strip sees foot and mouth infection from Egypt
Blame game defers solution to Gaza strip energy crisis
Christian Science Monitor
Concerns ahead for Egypt's election monitoring
Christian Science Monitor
The rules governing the monitors overseeing Egypt's presidential elections are very restrictive, reducing election transparency and making it easy for monitors to be disqualified. By Dan Murphy, Staff writer / May 2, 2012 Egyptians walk past a defaced ...
Egypt's military backs transition; 11 killed in clashes
Cairo (CNN) -- Egypt's military may hand over power to a civilian authority in the next three weeks should a presidential vote be decided in the first round, a spokesman for the armed forces chief of staff said Wednesday. "General Sami Anan said today ...
Egyptian Stocks: Commercial International Bank, Citadel Capital
Egypt's benchmark EGX 30 Index (EGX30) dropped 0.8 percent to 4906.9 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo, the lowest level in more than a week. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange. Stock symbols follow company names.
Egypt expects tourism to rebound this year to pre-revolution levels
By Amena Bakr | DUBAI, April 29 (Reuters) - Egypt's tourism minister expects the number of tourists to rebound this year to pre-revolution levels of 14.5 million after slumping in 2011 following an uprising that forced out President Hosni Mubarak and ...
Egyptian tourism minister predicts return of tourists to near pre-uprising ...
Egypt predicts tourist return after 2011 drop