The Associated Press
After revolution, Egypt's battle for human rights continues
Detroit Free Press
A woman holds a picture of Khaled Said on Wednesday during a protest marking the second anniversary of his death allegedly at the hands of police in Cairo, Egypt. / By Maya Alleruzzo, AP By Sarah Lynch, Special for USA TODAY By Sarah Lynch, ...
Egypt's Brotherhood looks to private sector to boost economy
Alarming assaults on women in Egypt's Tahrir
Egypt: Mubarak's health said deteriorating
Egyptian Stocks: Egyptian Co. for Mobile Services, EFG-Hermes
Egypt's benchmark EGX30 Index (EGX30) retreated for a fourth day, losing 0.4 percent to 4484.71 at the close in Cairo. The following shares are active on the Egyptian Exchange. Stock symbols follow company names. Egyptian Co. for Mobile Services (EMOB ...
Qatar play for EFG Hermes stokes backlash in Egypt
Egypt bank takes legal steps vs unwanted suitor
Egypt's Sawiris to drop support for EFG-Hermes buyout
FEATURE-Egypt province hopes vote will end its isolation
By Patrick Werr | MINYA, Egypt, June 6 (Reuters) - An Egyptian province cut off for years from the tourist trade by an Islamist insurgency is looking to a new president and the lure of an ancient heretical pharaoh for a better future.
Minya hopes vote will end its decay
Egyptian doctors examine Hosni Mubarak after post-sentence nervous breakdown
By The Washington Post View full sizeAssociated PressAn Egyptian protester carries a placard with pictures of ousted President Hosni Mubarak and his family and Arabic that reads, "Five stars trial, private plane, the people wants a fair tria,l" during ...
Mubarak in dangerous condition in jail: Officials
Egypt divided over road to democracy (part 2)
Council on Foreign Relations
In Egypt, American NGO workers head to court in civil society trial
By Kristen Chick | 08:55 am When an Egyptian court held a hearing in the trial of 43 civil society workers today, two Americans joined 14 Egyptians and one German in the metal cage used for defendants in Egyptian courtrooms. One had stayed behind when ...
Ex-envoy to Egypt calls for 'time out' in funding political NGOs
Egypt foreign funding trial postponed
Egypt will slash fuel subsidies by 27 pct: State budget
Egypt's government will slash fuel subsidies by 27 per cent in the 2012/13 financial year and introduce a new coupon system to rationalise distribution, according to uncirculated details of the new budget acquired by Ahram Online.
Egypt Seizes Land Valued at $10.6 Billion From Investors
Egypt has seized land valued at 64 billion Egyptian pounds ($10.6 billion) that was sold to investors who didn't make use of it, Housing Minister Mohamed Fathi ElBaradei said. The government confiscated 54 million square meters (13300 acres) of land in ...
ElBaradei warns of Article 28 upon arriving in Cairo
Egypt's ElBaradei calls for canceling vote
Kenya Shuts Airport After Egypt Air Plane Veers Off Runway
Kenya closed its main airport in the capital, Nairobi, after an Egypt Air plane veered off the runway as it was landing earlier today, Kenya Airports Authority said. “An Egypt Air plane was coming to land at 3:36 am and it veered off the runway and in ...
Egypt Airlines incident forces closure of Nairobi airport
Kenyatta Airport closed, flights diverted to Entebbe
Airplane overshoots the strip, Nairobi airport closed
Egypt shuts down production of filmfor promoting normalization with Israel
By Avi Issacharoff | Jun.07, 2012 | 2:48 AM Egypt's censor has stopped production of an Egyptian film because it reportedly promotes the normalization of relations with Israel, according to the Al-Ahram newspaper. The film, called "A Loaf of Bread," ...
Egypt censor bans film 'promoting' Israel normalisation
Egypt Bans Film 'Promoting' Normalization of Ties with Israel
Egypt Wheat Output Climbs to 9.5 Million Tons This Season
Egypt's wheat production climbed to 9.5 million metric tons in the 2011-2012 growing season from about 7 million tons a year earlier, Prime Minister Kamal el- Ganzouri said. The government had bought 2.8 million metric tons through yesterday from ...
Egypt PM blames rumours for fuel crisis