Wall Street Journal
Kerry Announces $250 Million in US Aid for Egypt
New York Times
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Secretary of State John Kerry announced Sunday that the United States would provide $250 million in assistance to Egypt after Egypt's president promised to move ahead with negotiations with the International Monetary Fund over ...
US offers Egypt budget aid after Mursi assurance on IMF
US Pledges to Release Aid to Egypt
Kerry Says US Releasing Millions in Aid to Egypt
Retrial of Egypt's Mubarak and sons set for April 13
CAIRO (Reuters) - The retrial of ousted leader Hosni Mubarak, his sons and top aides will begin next month, an Egyptian court said on Sunday, ordering the politically-fraught hearings over the killing of protesters to start just nine days before elections.
Egypt's army intervenes to try to stop clashes between police and protesters ...
Egypt: Mubarak retrial to begin on 13 April
Egypt's Mubarak to Face New Trial Next Month
Egypt security force member killed during Port Said clashes
CAIRO (Reuters) - A member of Egypt's security forces was killed and hundreds of people wounded during clashes between protesters and police in the Suez Canal city of Port Said on Sunday, security and medical sources said. Hundreds of people had been ...
Egypt's army intervenes in Port Said clashes
Egyptian policeman killed in Port Said: Egypt Army
Kerry urges Egypt to unite
Kerry: US releasing millions in aid to Egypt, but with promise of reform
CAIRO – Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday the United States will give Egypt $250 million more in aid, following President Mohammed Morsi's pledges for political and economic reforms. However, Kerry also said the Obama administration will hold ...
Egypt bars OCI chief from leaving country: state media
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian authorities have barred the chief executive of Orascom Construction Industries (OCIC.CA), one of the country's biggest companies, from leaving the country as part of an investigation into tax evasion, state media said on Sunday.
Egypt Bans OCI Chief Sawiris From Travel Over Tax-Evasion Claim
Egypt bans OCI founder, chairperson from travel
Egypt prosecutor-general issues travel ban for the Sawiris
Voice of America
Kerry: US to Release Millions in Aid to Egypt
Voice of America
CAIRO, EGYPT — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Washington will provide Egypt with immediate financial aid because of the nation's "extreme needs." Kerry announced the deal after meeting Sunday with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. Cairo is ...
Kerry Is Hoping to Nudge Egypt Toward Reforms
New York Times
“It is paramount, essential, urgent that the Egyptian economy get stronger, that it gets back on its feet,” Mr. Kerry told a group of Egyptian and American business executives in Cairo. “It's clear to us that the I.M.F. arrangement needs to be reached ...
Amid Egypt's Divisive Climate, Kerry Urges Economic Action
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry walked into a chaotic situation in Egypt, the first Arab country he's visited in his new role. The country is in economic and political turmoil, and he is trying Sunday to encourage Islamist President Mohamed Morsi to ...
Egypt's politician skewer, testing the limits of post-revolution satire
There are plenty of reasons Egyptian politicians can't stand Bassem Youssef — his takedowns are merciless, his biting jokes are almost always at their expense. Even more painful is the knowledge that this relative newcomer on the political scene has ...
US pledges $450m to back Egypt's faltering economy
US Secretary of State John Kerry has pledged $450m (£300m) to support Egypt's faltering economy but warned Cairo that "more hard work" was needed. Mr Kerry's comments came after talkswith President Mohammed Morsi. He urged Mr Morsi to ensure ...