Drama in Iran Wins Egypt President a Bold Image
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's international debut made its biggest splash at home. After he publicly denounced Syria's regime while being hosted by Damascus' top ally Iran, Egyptian supporters and even some critics are lauding him as a new Arab ...
With flair in Iran, Egypt's president cultivates image as a strong-talking ...
Council on Foreign Relations
Are Egypt's New Leaders Brave Enough to Bring the country Back From the Brink?
The wheels of investment are creaking back into motion in Egypt after a long slumber. The past few weeks have seen a flurry of activity both in Egypt and beyond and over the coming month the diary is absolutely packed. Dare we say things are finally ...
At border with Egypt, Hamas awaits a reversal of fortunes
Back to its Roots: Hamas and the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood
Egypt's trash is a pig of a job
Image Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS; In this Thursday, March 15, 2012 photo, Egyptians cross the street near uncollected garbage bags piled in the middle of the street, in Cairo, Egypt. The streets and sidewalks of Cairo have always been rather chaotic.
Egypt pulls back some of the tanks in Sinai that raised Israeli complaints
Egypt broadens Sinai campaign against militants
Egypt pulls back some Sinai tanks
TEXT-S&P summary: Egypt (Arab republic of)
We understand that the Egyptian government remains in talks with the international donor community in order to gain up to $12 billion (4.7% of GDP) in support for its financing needs, of which around $4.8 billion (1.9% of GDP) could come from the IMF, ...
Egypt says Syria's "oppressive regime" must go
Egypt called on Thursday for intervention to halt bloodshed in Syria, telling a meeting of 120 nations it was their duty to stand against the "oppressive regime" of Bashar al-Assad, prompting a Syrian walkout. President Mohamed Mursi, elected two ...
US Security Interests in Egypt
How much recent events have eroded U.S. security interests in Egypt depends on how deeply rooted those interests were in the first place. Although the Mubarak government did some things we wanted it to do, it did other things that were anathema ...
Egyptian Official: The Balance of Military Power Will Change
Egypt :Army begins pulling tanks out of Sinai Peninsula
Egypt to allow foreign direct investment in Sinai Peninsula
Egypt's Morsi denounces Syria regime, defying summit host Iran
Los Angeles Times
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, left, is surrounded by Iranian officials at the Nonaligned Movement summit in Tehran. "The blood of the Syrian people is on our necks, and it will not stop unless there is an intervention by all of us," he said in a ...
Egypt to detain former presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq if he returns home
Shafiq, who lost a presidential runoff vote against the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi in June, left Egypt for Abu Dhabi two days after Morsi was declared president. His aides have repeatedly denied that Shafiq is on the run, saying he would return ...
Egypt's losing presidential candidate says will return home
Egypt Charges Former Mubarak Ally With Corruption
Egypt to detain former PM Shafik if he returns home
Qandil - Restoring Security Not Easy Task
Prime Minister Hisham Qandil unveiled big security challenges facing the police, saying restoring security is not an easy task. In an interview with Egyptian Channel One's TV program "Face the People", Qandil said the situation in the Egyptian street ...
We Will Fight Hard for Victory - Berekum Chelsea's Van Der Pluijm
Egyptian side Zamalek entertains Ghana's Berekum Chelsea this Saturday at the Cairo Military Academy in 2012 Orange CAF Champions League Group B match Day 4 fixture. Zamalek have lost all their matches so far and can no longer make the semi final ...