Egypt's Economic Struggle
New York Times
Eighteen months after Egypt's revolution, President Mohamed Morsi, the United States and the International Monetary Fund finally seem to be pulling in the same general direction on the question of how best to revive the country's devastated economy.
In new Egypt shake-up, Islamists put in governor posts, human rights and press ...
As Egypt's Islamists Cement Their Rule, Can Secularists Reclaim the Revolution?
Egypt's 'Operation Eagle' Sinai campaign draws mixed reviews
Egyptian military sources insist that 'Operation Eagle,' launched in the Sinai Peninsula following the 5 August attack near Egypt's Rafah border crossing with the Gaza Strip, has not been shelved. Rather, they say, the next few days will witness fresh ...
Egypt replaces tanks with armored vehicles in Sinai
Mossad spies suspected in conducting a targeted assassination in Egypt
Amid Israeli concerns, Egypt replaces heavy tanks in Sinai with light armored ...
Wall Street Journal
Egypt president takes steady steps in new foreign policy
West, Gulf reassured by Mursi's Iran speech. * Flare-up near border tests Israeli ties. * President shifts Egypt to centre of regional politics. By Edmund Blair. CAIRO, Sept 4 (Reuters) - A newcomer to international affairs, Egypt's Islamist president ...
US Hones Plans for Big Bailout of Egypt
US $1 Billion Debt Relief Plan for Egypt Not New Funds
US sending business delegation to Cairo in bid to boost Egyptian economy, US ...
Syria Rebuffs Egypt's Bid for Negotiated End to Conflict
Voice of America
But Syria's Information minister Omran al-Zoubi mocked Egypt and its attempts to find a solution to the civil war, arguing that President Mohamed Morsi is a puppet of the United States and Israel. "What has the - in quotation marks - “revolutionary ...
Islamists installed in Egypt state institutions
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's Islamist leadership took a new move Tuesday to put its stamp on the country's government, appointing members of the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood as provincial governors and installing ultraconservatives and other Islamists in ...
Egypt's ex-culture minister to stand trial on graft charges
Egypt to Try Ex-Official on Charge of Corruption
Egypt ex-culture minister charged with corruption
Can Egypt Defuse the Iranian Nuclear Crisis?
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has a historic opportunity to help resolve the Iranian-Israeli nuclear imbroglio by leveraging Egypt's 1979 peace treaty with Tel Aviv and exploiting its newfound goodwill with Tehran. Morsi is well-positioned to broker ...
Egypt president criticized Syria; Iranian viewers hear 'Bahrain'
The Electronic Intifada
Egypt reopens border crossing with Gaza — for now
The Electronic Intifada
With no clear border procedure yet defined by Egyptian authorities, Palestinians in Gaza are wondering whether the easing of restrictions on border crossings introduced following Mohammad Morsi's election as Egypt's president will continue or whether ...
Egypt's holy war against Sinai jihadists leaves many questions unanswered
Haniyeh orders interior ministry to monitor Egypt border
Police, anti-Assad protesters clash in Egypt
CAIRO (AP) — Witnesses say Egyptian security forces have clashed with dozens of protesters in front of the Syrian Embassy in Cairo, chanting against the Syrian President Bashar Assad. A security official says seven protesters were arrested and 16 ...
Egypt and US near deal on debt relief
CAIRO — The United States is nearing an agreement with Egypt's new government to eliminate a significant portion of the $3.2 billion owed by the economically struggling nation, U.S. officials said Monday. The discussions are the first major ...
UN's Ban and Egypt's Morsi deliver strong messages in Iran
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi delivered prominent and surprisingly effective messages at last week's summit of Non-Aligned Movement nations in Tehran — despite Washington's unease at their even attending ...