Wall Street Journal
Egypt's New President Moves Against Democracy
Wall Street Journal
It grants him complete executive and legislative power, plus the authority to select the writers of Egypt's new constitution. Eighteen months after Hosni Mubarak's ouster, Egypt has a new dictator—and the way in which Mr. Morsi grabbed power says much ...
Egypt's Islamist Leaders Accused of Stifling Media
Egypt Military Reshuffle: Coup Or Agreement?
With New Chief, New Generation in Egypt...
Israeli military: Blasts heard in southern city, suspected rocket attack from ...
JERUSALEM — Explosions rocked the southern Israeli city of Eilat late Wednesday, and the military said it suspected that rockets were fired from Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. No casualties or damage were reported. Eilat is a Red Sea resort next to Sinai ...
Islamic Militants Warn Egypt Army on Sinai Raids
Israel suspects rocket fire caused explosions near Egypt border
In violation of peace accord, Egypt deploying troops in Sinai without Israel's ...
Egypt, IMF Chief to Discuss Loan
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CAIRO—The International Monetary Fund's leader will visit Cairo to resume loan talks on Wednesday, and Egypt's finance minister suggested he is considering raising the nation's request by as much as 50%, to $4.8 billion. Negotiations over the $3.2 ...
REFILE-UPDATE 1-Egypt may seek bigger, $4.8 bln loan from IMF
IMF chief to visit Egypt on 22 Aug, Cairo may seek $4.8 bln
Egypt penning a 'socially just' economic plan to present to IMF: Morsi adviser
Egypt general's paper offers insight into thinking
Islamist president changed top army commanders. * New chief of staff trained, like others, in U.S.. * Egypt gets $1.3 billion in U.S. military aid a year. By Edmund Blair. CAIRO, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Egypt's new second-in-command of the military has said ...
Research paper offers insight into Egypt's new armed forces chief
Egypt may struggle to appease public on subsidy cut: Arab Credit
Egypt's Energy Morass - The Heat is On
Of all the dour headlines out of Cairo these last few weeks, few seem as insurmountable as the country's electricity problems. That may sound a bit strange when comparing the new government's ability to keep the lights to escalating attacks in the ...
Egypt Meets Bond-Sale Target as Yields Rise, Aid Trickles in
Egypt sold all 5 billion Egyptian pounds ($823 million) of treasury bills if offered today at higher yields as international aid starts to arrive. The dollar bonds were little changed. The Arab country raised 1 billion pounds of three-month notes and 4 ...
Gaza: Egypt opening border ahead of Muslim holiday
A bus makes its way from the Palestinian side of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, into Egypt, through an Egyptian-guarded border crossing, Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012. Egypt on Tuesday opened its border with Hamas-ruled Gaza for a three-day period ahead of ...
Egypt opens border with Gaza ahead of major Muslim holiday, says Palestinian ...
Egypt considering violating peace treaty with Israel
NEW YORK – Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi is studying the possibility of keeping tanks in the Sinai Peninsula on a permanent basis, according to a senior Egyptian military official who spoke to WND. The military buildup would violate a key ...
Egypt's CIB says Q2 net income grows 18 pct
(Adds detail, company comment). By Tom Pfeiffer. CAIRO Aug 14 (Reuters) - Egypt's Commercial International Bank reported an 18 percent increase in second-quarter net income on Tuesday, above the expectations of analysts who say the country's lenders ...
Egypt, World Bank sign $200 million loan project
Egypt's CIB says Q2 net income up 18 pct
Egypt's most extreme hardliners in Sinai revival
EL-ARISH, Egypt (AP) — A fringe group so extreme that it worries even Egypt's Muslim ultraconservatives is secretly reviving itself with greater firepower and followers in the country's volatile Sinai Peninsula. Followers of the group known as Takfir ...