The Associated Press
Egypt: Call for mass protests
Cairo (CNN) -- Hundreds of demonstrators extended their sit-in outside Egypt's defense ministry to a sixth day Thursday, as organizers called for mass protests following violence that killed at least 11 people. The coalition of political and civil ...
Egypt's military renews pledge to give up power
Egypt's military could hand over power this month
Egypt military reiterates promise to leave power by end of June
Egypt can open World Cup qualifying at home
CAIRO (AP) -Egypt has been allowed to open its World Cup qualifying campaign at home next month but it's still uncertain if fans can attend, a team official said on Thursday. Samir Adly, the team administrative officer, said the Interior Ministry ...
Egypt allowed to host WC qualifying
Egypt to host Mozambique World Cup match in Alexandria, without fans
Egypt Central Bank Leaves Benchmark Interest Rate Unchanged
By Mariam Fam on May 03, 2012 Egypt's central bank left its key interest rates unchanged as the economy struggles after more than a year of unrest. The Monetary Policy Committee left the overnight deposit rate at 9.25 percent and the overnight lending ...
Egypt Keeps Benchmark Interest Rate Unchanged at 9.25%
Egypt's c.bank keeps key interest rates steady
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's Popular Anger Shifts to Israel and Saudi Arabia
The Egyptian-Saudi Crisis
Egypt Tries to Woo Back Saudi Ambassador
Egypt's military backs transition; 11 killed in clashes
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 during a ...
Egypt: Tantawi, Kerry Discuss Current Developments in Region
Egypt's ruling military council sticks to transition schedule
SCAF to step down early if 1st-round presidency vote is decisive
Apache Executive: Optimistic About Company's Future In Egypt
Wall Street Journal
(APA) said Thursday it has a positive outlook for its operations in Egypt despite the ongoing political struggles in the Arab country. "Our operation has continued [uninterrupted] and supported by government partners as evidenced by the issuance of ...
Egyptian Stocks: Orascom Telecom Media, Al Baraka Bank Egypt
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) advanced 0.5 percent to 4929.24 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. That pared the gauge's decline to 0.1 percent this week. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange. Stock symbols follow company names.
Egypt and Seychelles executives discuss focusing tourism efforts
Part of these meetings included in-depth discussions with the Egyptian Hotel Association Chairman, Mr. Tawfik Kamal, who expressed keen interest to work with the Seychelles Tourism Board. A further meeting was held with the Egyptian Minister of Tourism ...
Egypt House Speaker Renews Call for Cabinet Removal, MENA Says
Egypt's parliamentary speaker renewed a call for the military to dismiss the Cabinet, saying ruling generals must act because lawmakers has rejected the government's program, the state-run Middle East News Agency reported today.
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 says fund still willing to offer $3.2 billion loan to Egypt but needs deal ...
Discounting the Finances of Egypt
IMF Says 'Work to Be Done' on Egypt's $3.2 Billion Loan Plan