Suez Canal Kept Open In Spite Of Protests
New York Times
CAIRO — Thousands of demonstrators shut down the administrative buildings of the Suez Canal terminal in the city of Port Said on Sunday, as part of a general strike protesting the death sentences handed down three weeks ago to 21 local soccer fans for ...
Protests by angry Egyptian soccer fans roil restive Mediterranean city of Port ...
Egypt protests bring Port Said to standstill
Thousands march in Egypt's Port Said demand 'retribution' for riot deaths
Dollars start running out for Egypt's currency bureaus
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's currency bureaus are being overwhelmed by demand for dollars amid a supply shortage fuelled by political crisis, the head of the foreign exchange department at the Chambers of Commerce said. Mohamed el-Abyad said foreign ...
Egypt pound will not collapse: presidential aide
Violence flared again in Egypt on Sunday, with thousands blocking access to the harbor in Port Said to demand justice over the deaths of dozens of people in riots last month. That violence was triggered by anger over the death sentences handed down to ...
Egypt Protests Called Against Hiring Mursi Son for State Job
Egypt president's son drops job after furore
The Daily Star
Alcohol sale to be banned in Egypt's new suburbs
Karim Mohsen, managing director of tourism firm Sylvia Tours and board member of the Egyptian Travel Agents Association, said any moves to ban alcohol in hotels and restaurants could hurt Egypt's ailing tourism industry, hard hit by political turmoil.
Egypt moves to ban alcohol, belly dancing
Egypt chief of staff says army will avoid politics
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Egypt's armed forces, for decades at the center of power, will avoid involvement in politics but could have a role if things became "complicated", the chief of staff said on Sunday. It also expects rival political groups to solve ...
Egypt Soccer Protests Hit Restive Port Said City
Egypt arms rank and file police
Egypt to arm low ranking policemen after protests
Egypt currency has further to fall: business leader
Hassan Malek, chairman of the Egypt Business Development Association and a senior informal adviser to President Mohamed Mursi, told Reuters the government had begun steps to cut the budget deficit and stabilize the country's finances, but tougher ...
Egypt, US to maintain strategic ties based on common interests
CAIRO, Feb. 17 (Xinhua) -- As Egypt is going through essential changes in internal affairs and pivotal mutation in foreign relations, speculations varied about how far the effect of such changes would influence the relations between Egypt and the ...
Egypt's unreasonable opposition
The National Salvation Front (NSF) is the main entity encompassing opposition to the Islamists in Egypt. It often projects itself as a united and homogenous body. However, a closer look into it suggests a heterogeneous group comprising cacophonic ...
Egypt's political rivals meet amid tension
Expats worried about Egypt's instability
Interview: Egypt needs "emergency" gov't to end political crisis: opposition ...
Egypt detains Islamic preacher for insulting Christianity
Egypt's state prosecutor ordered on Sunday an extremist Islamic preacher detained for questioning on suspicion of insulting religion after a complaint from a Christian activist, a judicial source said. The preacher Ahmed Abdullah, known as Abu Islam, ...
Egypt inching closer to Iran
WASHINGTON – Since the ouster of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak two years ago, Egypt, especially under the recently elected Muslim Brotherhood-backed Mohamed Morsi, has inched ever closer to Iran, according to a report in Joseph Farah's G2 ...
Iran reaches out to Egypt in bid for increased regional power
Ahmadinejad: Iran-Egypt Close Ties Help Improve Regional, Int'l Situation
Iranian regime loyalists call for exporting Islamist rule to Egypt