Al Qaeda chief's kin, other Salafis push for a puritanical Egypt
Los Angeles Times
Once at the edges of Egypt's political spectrum, puritanical Islamists known as Salafis have been emboldened by the nation's revolution. While the Muslim Brotherhood, now the nation's dominant political force, is monolithic and relatively moderate ...
IMF Says Egypt Could Apply for Emergency Credit
Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—Egypt may qualify for an International Monetary Fund bridge loan of more than $700 million a year that could help Cairo stave off collapse of its crisis-stricken economy, an IMF official said on Monday. "Egypt needs bold and ambitious ...
UPDATE 1-Egypt studies IMF bridging loan as crisis deepens
IMF Says Egypt Has Option of Seeking Emergency Stopgap Funding
Egypt hits problems over IMF loan
New storm in Egypt over citizen arrests
CAIRO -- An official statement encouraging Egyptian civilians to arrest lawbreakers and hand them over to police has set off a new political storm in a country already mired in crisis. A senior leader of a hard-line Islamist faction loyal to President ...
Egypt's Islamists spar as elections loom
Egypt's Budget Less Transparent Than Mubarak Era, Survey Shows
Strong Egypt a 'serious oppositon party,' says founding member
Wall Street Journal
Egypt's fuel crisis adds to its economic woes
CAIRO — At 5:00 am, Egyptian truck driver Allam Mahmoud hurried to a Cairo gas station and joined an already long, snaking line. He says he hopes that by the end of the day, he can get his tank filled with diesel. For several months, Egyptians have ...
Egypt Replaces Oil Company Officials Amid Fuel Shortages
Morsi Reviews Government Plan to End Fuel Crisis
Egypt's diesel shortage sees return of black market
Politically motivated sexual assault: the Egypt story none want to hear
What happened to the Egyptian women who were gang raped and sexually tortured in Tahrir Square on 25 January 2013? Not much, other than power holders incriminating the victims as being responsible for bringing the assault upon themselves.
Egypt celebrates International Women's Day
Egypt-o-Mania! Exploring King Tut's Cultural Influence—and His Connection to ...
Each man had long had his eye on the Tut treasures, then moldering in the dilapidated Egyptian Museum, in Cairo. But the decisive impetus actually came from Richard Nixon, who made a triumphal state visit to Egypt in the waning days of his doomed ...
Egyptian dies while detained in Libya
An Egyptian citizen died on Sunday in Libya during his detention pending investigations into charges of evangelism, a diplomatic source said. The source, speaking to Anadolu news agency on condition of anonymity, said Ezzat Atallah died of natural ...
Egypt: inflation figures add to gloom
Financial Times (blog)
Egypt's funding for 2013 was heavily dependent on he $4.8bn IMF loan, as it was expected to unlock a further $9.5bn from other sources. The country has announced that it wants to issue a $1bn sukuk this year, and is still issuing debt, but nothing like ...
Pillars of law: How new constitutions of Egypt and Tunisia measure up
Egypt has already adopted its new constitution, despite its revolution starting later than Tunisia's, so in this study we are comparing the ratified Egyptian constitution to the draft Tunisian constitution. Constitutions in the Arab region are often ...