New York Times
Egypt Abuzz as Newsreader on State TV Wears Hijab
New York Times
CAIRO — In what was called a first for Egyptian state television, a woman wearing a head scarf presented headlines in a newscast on Sunday, breaking with a code of secular dress that for decades effectively barred the wearing of Islamic head coverings.
Egypt's veiled presenters on state TV for 1st time
Veiled woman reads news on Egypt state TV for first time
Women news presenters lose veils on Egypt state TV for first time, only need ...
Egypt appoints experienced diplomat as new ambassador to Israel
JERUSALEM — Egypt has appointed a new ambassador to Israel, choosing an experienced career diplomat, officials from both countries said, in what some took as sign of positive relations between Israel and Egypt under an Islamist president in Cairo.
Egypt Offers $819 Million of Bills as Pound Drops for 3rd Month
Egypt sold the targeted 5 billion Egyptian pounds ($819 million) of treasury bills as yields declined after the nation's currency posted the biggest monthly drop of the year. The North African country accepted bids for 1 billion pounds of three-month ...
The Daily Star
Egypt Shares Jump to 6-Month High on QNB Interest in SocGen Unit
Egyptian shares surged to the highest level in almost six months after Qatar's QNB Group (QNBK) expressed interest in buying a majority stake in Societe Generale (GLE) SA's Cairo unit. National Societe Generale Bank SAE (NSGB), Egypt's biggest publicly ...
Qatar National Bank picks JP Morgan for Egypt buy-sources
Egypt Presenter Denies Inciting President Killing
A popular Egyptian TV presenter accused of inciting the killing of the country's new president on air denied the charges at the opening of his trial on Saturday, saying the case against him was part of a political row, Egypt's state news agency reported.
Egypt president needs greater 'dose of reality': Syria
The weakness of non-Islamists: a disaster to Egypt
Egypt: Top militant arrested in Sinai as 'cleansing' operation continues
EL-ARISH, Egypt — Egypt said Saturday that it had arrested a high-level Islamist militant convicted of killing troops in the Sinai Peninsula, vowing to keep up military operations to “cleanse” the volatile desert region. Officials said the military ...
Egypt Captures Militant During Sinai Operation, Ahram Reports
'Egypt is safe; I urge Germans to visit': German travel expert
At a workshop devoted to Germany's tourism market held in the Red Sea resort town of El-Gouna this weekend, Klaus Hildebrandt told Ahram Online that the global media tended to focus solely on recent protests and clashes in Egypt, even though the ...
Local Tourism Begins to Return to Its Normal Level
Sydney Morning Herald
Egypt Assumes Diplomatic Stance at NAM Summit
Industry Leaders Magazine
The presence of Mohammed Morsi, the Egyptian President, turned out to be a key event at the summit. Egypt was successful in transferring the leadership of NAM to Iran symbolically during the first ever visit of an Egyptian leader to Tehran in a period ...
It is not unusual that Iran and Egypt differ on Syria: official
Drama in Iran Wins Egypt President a Bold Image
With flair in Iran, Egypt's president cultivates image as a strong-talking ...
Zamalek Draws At Home to Pick First Point
Egyptian outfit Zamalek played a 1-1 draw with their Ghanaian visitors Berekum Chelsea at the Cairo Military Academy Stadium on Saturday night in a Group B match Day 5 fixture of the 2012 Orange CAF Champions League. The draw gave Zamalek their ...
New York Times
US Security Interests in Egypt
Right Side News
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 ...
Chinese Investors Ready to Establish New Projects
Chinese Firms Brave Uncertainty in Egypt to Gain a Foothold in Middle East