Egypt president uses tweets to convey kinder, gentler side
Los Angeles Times
In a report on Morsi's Twitter engagement with the populace, the Egypt Independent suggested Thursday that people wanted fewer slogans and more candor on issues such as medical care, food subsidies and why Morsi's followers refer to his political ...
Egypt's president to host Twitter sessions to connect with his people
Egypt approves Islamic bonds seeking to revive troubled economy
Egypt overestimating wheat crop, US warns
CNN iReporter: 'Oceans of garbage' in Egypt's streets
(CNN) -- In the outlying slums of Cairo, people "drown in oceans of garbage" and are forced to live with the stench of polluted air, says Mahmoud Gamal, 26, a marketing executive from Giza, Egypt's third-largest city. Gamal's comments were made through ...
Egypt's Legislature Approves Election Law
Thursday's approval was made by Egypt's Shura Council, the upper house of parliament now fully entrusted with legislation until new elections are held. It also referred the text to the Supreme Constitutional Court for review, Egypt's state news agency ...
Insight: After cathedral clash, Copts doubt future in Egypt
With death of another Christian, toll for sectarian clashes in Egypt reaches 8 ...
Death toll rises to 9 in Egypt sectarian clashes
Egypt Spending 20% Less on US Goods Prompts Trade Trips
Political and economic turbulence have beset Egypt, the most-populous Arab nation with 87 million people, since Mubarak stepped down during the populist revolution known as the Arab Spring. Foreign reserves are more than 60 percent below their ...
Sharif Kouddous & Lina Attalah on Egypt's Media, Sectarianism & State Violence ...
New revelations have emerged in Egypt that members of the army participated in the forced disappearance, torture and killing of protesters during the 2011 uprising that led to the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak. Despite the allegations, President ...
Sharif Abdel Kouddous: Report on Army Killings Will Pressure Egypt's ...
The Times of Israel
Tribesmen release a Hungarian member of multinational observer force in ...
EL-ARISH, Egypt – Armed Bedouin tribesmen briefly abducted a Hungarian member of the multinational observer force in Sinai, releasing him around two hours later after tribal elders intervened, a security official said Thursday. An official with the ...
Peacekeeper briefly kidnapped in Egypt's Sinai
Egypt nabs 4 men smuggling arms and blueprints into Gaza
Hungarian in Sinai observer force seized in Egypt
Qatar, Egypt's New Sugar Daddy
Egypt's economy is in sharp decline, thanks in large part to its never-ending political unrest. In Washington, these dire economic straits have added new weight to a practice long favored by politicians looking to pressure the Egyptian government: the ...
Egypt to hold more talks with IMF on loan next week
Qatar offers Egypt $3bn in aid
Qatar gives Egypt $3bn aid package
The Guardian (blog)
Egypt's government must work for its people
The Guardian (blog)
The report leaked to the Guardian on the Egyptian military's dealings with protesters during and after the revolution has been sitting on the Egyptian president's desk since January. Last May, when Morsi was making his case to be elected president for ...
Egypt crisis threatens food for poorest: World Food Programme
The poverty rate in Egypt climbed from 21 percent in 2009 to 25 percent in 2011 - the year Egyptians overthrew President Hosni Mubarak in a popular uprising that was partly fueled by economic grievances. Another 20 percent of the population lives near ...
Egypt holidays: Nile tourism plummets
This year, the biggest casualty on the Nile is tourism. Easter is one of Egypt's peak tourism weeks, along with Christmas and October half term. During an Easter visit a few years before the 2011 Arab Spring and the election of a Muslim Brotherhood ...