Egypt branded more dangerous for tourists than Yemen
By Atia Abawi and Charlene Gubash, NBC News. Tourists have long flocked to Egypt to see the pyramids, take a trip up the majestic Nile or relax on one of its many sun-kissed beaches. But, in a potentially damaging blow to its economy, Egypt has now ...
Egypt Considers Ban on Sale of Duty-Free Alcohol
Egypt's Civil Aviation Ministry is considering a ban on the sale of alcohol in airport duty-free stores after it received complaints that it goes against the country's Islamic principles, ministry officials and a senior lawmaker said Tuesday. Duty Free ...
Egypt rejects IMF rescue loan
Rubio Calls for Changes to Egypt Aid
Egypt blames media for plot to topple Morsi
Egypt Stops Screening Of Film On Jewish Community
CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian security agencies have stopped the screening of a documentary on the Egyptian Jewish community a day before it was due to debut in local cinemas, the film producer said in a statement Tuesday. He said no reasons were given.
Egypt Bans Film About Local Jewish Community
Egypt security apparatus delays 'Jews of Egypt' premiere: Producer
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UPDATE 2-Egypt rules out taking emergency IMF funds
Egypt wants $4.8 billion as part of full IMF programme. * No date set for IMF negotiations. By Marwa Awad. CAIRO, March 12 (Reuters) - Egypt said on Tuesday it would not sign any "emergency" loan with the International Monetary Fund, ruling out stop ...
Egypt declines $750 million IMF rescue loan
Egypt rules out IMF emergency finance
Egypt Offers $2 Billion Debt as IMF Says 'Bold' Steps Needed
Egypt activist who rallied for iconic torture victim gets 2 years for slapping ...
CAIRO – An Egyptian activist who led protests over an iconic torture victim during the rule of Hosni Mubarak was sentenced on Tuesday to two years in prison for allegedly slapping a prosecutor. The activist, Hassan Mostafa, denied the charge, and his ...
Fuel crisis adds to woes in Egypt
Egypt has been gripped by nationwide unrest in the past few months, with protesters taking to the streets to denounce President Mohamed Mursi for failing to address political and economic concerns. Opponents accuse Mursi of failing the revolution that ...
Egypt's fuel crisis threatens of further disturbances
Egypt's fuel crisis adds to its economic woes
Egypt Replaces Oil Company Officials Amid Fuel Shortages
Lawmaker: Fund tuition assistance, not Egypt
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A Pennsylvania lawmaker proposed saving the military's tuition assistance program by cutting foreign aid to Egypt. The effort has almost no chance of success, at least not soon enough to make a difference before next year in the fate of the education ...
Egypt: Police strike ends, Islamist faction encourages citizens' arrest
Earlier this week, the Egypt Independent reported Ibrahim as saying, "There are groups of policemen on strike. I understand them. They are protesting the pressure they are under, the attacks from the media. They work in hard conditions and exert ...
World's largest shipping firm to trade Panama Canal for Egypt's Suez
Egypt: Qatar's Suez Canal Bid
Statements conflict over fate of Egypt's Hisham Qandil govt
Nour, who has recently played the role of mediator between the presidency and the opposition National Salvation Front (NSF) umbrella group, said on Tuesday that he expected Egypt's current political impasse to be resolved "within days," going on to ...
Cabinet Urges Unesco to Back Education Development Plans
Egypt crash victims' kin demand answers from insurance company
South China Morning Post
Family members of the Hongkongers who perished in last month's Egypt balloon crash have raised questions about loopholes in the insurance policies their loved ones bought. Three relatives of the deceased, from the Ho and Siu families, spoke to the Hong ...