The Associated Press
Egyptian TV yanks ads warning against talking to foreigners
CAIRO – Egypt's government has pulled TV public service announcements that warned against talking to foreigners because they might be spies after critics charged the spots fueled xenophobia and aimed to tarnish those behind last year's uprising.
Egypt pulls TV spots warning about foreigners
Egypt pulls TV spots warning against talking to foreigners who may be spies
Egypt Foreigner Spy TV Ads Pulled From State Television After Xenophobia Fears
Egypt candidate accuses rival over HQ attack
By Yasmine Saleh | CAIRO (Reuters) - One of the two finalists in Egypt's presidential race on Sunday accused his opponent's party of orchestrating an attack on his campaign offices, as the contest that has divided the nation took a bitter new turn.
Low voter turnout predicted for Egypt's looming presidential runoff
Official: Egypt's Mubarak in critical condition
Egypt's liberals walk out of constitution meeting
CAIRO—Egyptian liberals walked out of a meeting Sunday to select members of a panel to write the country's new constitution, charging that Islamists were trying to take seats allocated for secular parties. The walkout could throw the writing of the ...
Egypt and Libya leave it late
Mohamed Salah's last-gasp strike gave Egypt a 3-2 victory against Guinea in a pulsating Group G encounter in Conakry. Abdoul Camara put the hosts ahead from the spot but two goals in nine second-half minutes - the second with a penalty - from Mohamed ...
Libya stuns Cameroon, Egypt wins in Guinea
Libya stun Cameron, Egypt run continues
Late goals go North Africa's way
Egypt win thriller to lift World Cup hopes
By David Legge | AFP – 35 minutes ago Egypt edged 10-man Guinea 3-2 Sunday in a Conakry thriller to boost hopes of returning to the World Cup in 2014 after a 24-year absence. Guinea led at half-time, had goalkeeper Naby Yattara red carded at 1-1, ...
VIDEO: Last-gasp Salah gives Egypt thrilling win in Guinea
Egypt's senior team ready for Guinea tie
Egypt come from behind to stun Guinea 3-2 in qualifier
Egypt Jul-Mar balance of payments $11.2 bln deficit
CAIRO, June 10 (Reuters) - Egypt's balance of payments slid deeper into the red in the first nine months of 2011-2012 with a deficit of $11.2 billion compared to a shortfall of $5.5 billion a year earlier, as political turmoil hit investment and ...
Egypt Current Account Deficit Widens as Tourism, FDI Fall
How can we save the state bureaucracy?
Officials Say Mubarak Seriously Ill
Egyptian Television Stops Ad Portraying Foreigners as Spies
Egypt's state-run television channels stopped running a widely-criticized advertisement that warned citizens against discussing internal affairs with foreigners, government-owned Al-Ahram newspaper reported today. The 40-second ad, which was also aired ...
Senior Hamas leader says Israel could be isolated by Egypt vote
Los Angeles Times
GAZA CITY — A presidential victory for the Muslim Brotherhood candidate in Egypt would leave Israel isolated and vulnerable in the Middle East, according to senior Hamas leader Ghazi Hamad, who serves as the Palestinian militant group's deputy foreign ...
Senior Hamas leaders says Israel could by isolated by Egypt vote
Official: Elections in Egypt will not affect reconciliation
Egypt Said To Be Trying To Ensure Resumption Of Talks
Egyptian Stocks: Citadel Capital, Commercial International Bank
Egypt's benchmark EGX 30 Index (EGX30) rose 0.2 percent, headed for the biggest gain since May 24, to 4496.25 at 12:18 pm in Cairo. The following shares were active on the Egyptian Exchange. Stock symbols follow company names.
Egyptian woman: attackers were "pulling my veil off" at protest amid reports ...
An Egyptian woman holds the widespread picture of a woman who was stripped and beaten by riot police during clashes last week as Egyptians gather for a protest in downtown Cairo to denounce the military's attacks on women and to call for an immediate ...