US accuses Egypt of stifling freedom of expression
"The government of Egypt seems to be investigating these cases while it has been slow or inadequate in investigating attacks on demonstrators outside of the presidential palace in December 2012, other cases of extreme police brutality and illegally ...
US blasts probe of Egypt's Jon Stewart-style satirist
US Accuses Egypt of Stifling Free Speech After Comedian Arrest
US says free speech 'stifled' as Egypt satirist is investigated
Iranian Tourists in Egypt Showcase Warming Ties
Diplomatic relations were frozen for decades after Egypt signed the 1979 peace treaty with Israel and Iran went through the Islamic Revolution. But Morsi has been reaching out to Tehran since he came to power in June 2012. Morsi broke barriers by ...
First batch of Iranian tourists arrives in Egypt
First Iranian tourists arrive in Egypt amid tight security
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What does the future hold for Egypt?
"People can feel the inflation, specifically that Egyptian pound has depreciated significantly, and there is a new black market emerging ... and people have witnessed this inflation in their daily products that they've been buying such as milk, bread ...
Egyptian taxi drivers hold brief sit-in, block Cairo traffic
Families of those missing during Egypt's revolution call for help
Egypt to reintroduce deposit operations, cancels repos
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's central bank said on Monday it intended to reintroduce deposit operations as a way to absorb excess liquidity, starting on Tuesday, in a monetary tightening move that economists said could help fight inflation and support a ...
Barclays Plans New Branches in Egypt After French Banks Retreat
Egypt Bond Yield Jumps to 7-Month High on Interest Rate, Moody's
Egypt pound slips on black market as supply dries up
Egypt fin min hopes to finalise IMF deal this month
DUBAI, April 1 (Reuters) - Egypt hopes to finalise an agreement with the International Monetary Fund on a $4.8 billion loan before the end of this month, Egyptian finance minister Al-Mursi Al-Sayed Hegazy said on Monday. "We are going for the spring ...
Egypt raises cooking gas prices, risking public protest
Egypt/Tunisia: IMF crunch time
Egypt lifts cooking gas price before IMF visit
MIDEAST STOCKS-Orascom Telecom bid fails to buoy disillusioned Egypt
DUBAI, April 1 (Reuters) - A buyout offer for Orascom Telecom, Egypt's second-largest listed company, failed to buoy a sinking Cairo stock market on Monday - an indication of how negative investors have become about medium-term prospects for the market.
Altimo subsidiary offers to buy Egypt's Orascom Telecom
Egyptian TV satirist Bassem Youssef bailed after police questioning
Bassem Youssef, who is known as Egypt's Jon Stewart, turned himself in after the prosecutor general issued an arrest warrant for him on Saturday. He was released on bail of 15,000 Egyptian pounds (£1,500) after being questioned for three hours. It is ...
Diesel shortages fuel Egypt's challenges
Egypt imports up to 70 per cent of its diesel, which it uses to fuel cars, farm equipment and power plants. In addition, it subsidises diesel to the tune of at least $1.5bn a month, draining the country's already perilously low hard currency reserves ...
Egypt satirist questioned for insulting Morsi
Send Feedback. Bassem Youssef, a popular Egyptian prominent television news presenter and satirist, has been questioned by prosecutors over allegations that he insulted Islam and the country's president, Mohamed Morsi. Youssef turned himself in after ...
Qatar gambles on Egypt power struggle
Qatar's Hamad bin Jassim al-Thani was visibly frustrated when asked about the Gulf state's involvement in Egypt at the concluding press conference of the Arab League summit. No, Doha is not buying the Suez Canal, he declared. Nor is it leasing the ...