OCI's Egypt Tax Deal Seen Easing Bill Gates-Backed Move
Orascom Construction Industries's settlement of a tax dispute in Egypt will help a move backed by Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) founder Bill Gates to transfer its shares to Amsterdam, EFG-Hermes Holding SAE and VTB Capital said. Egypt's biggest publicly ...
Negotiations with Egypt's OCI on hold: Finance minister
UPDATE 1-Egypt's OCI to pay $1 bln to settle tax dispute
OCI agrees to settle Egypt tax claims amid Dutch transition push
Female Genital Mutilation Still Widespread in Egypt - Voice of America
Voice of America
Political activist Galal said there is yet another issue anti-FGM advocates face: the charge they are trying to impose western values on Egypt. “I tell people who accuse us of making this and serving the western agenda, I tell them. 'What is the other ...
“Danger” of regional arms race after Egypt's withdrawal from the NPT – UK MP
James Corbyn: Absolutely huge, I was in Geneva last week for the non-proliferation treaty review conference and listened with great interest to the opening statement by the Egyptian ambassador and he made a very strong statement concerning Egypt's wish ...
Egypt walks out of nuclear talks in Geneva
Egypt Walks Out of Nuclear Talks
Egypt Walks Out Of Nuclear Talks In Geneva - Huffington Post
Egypt opposition leader ElBaradei says Islamist president will eventually have ...
CAIRO — Egypt's leading opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei said Tuesday he believes the Islamist president will eventually be forced to reach out to the opposition because his group is losing support and isn't able to tackle the country's myriad ...
ElBaradei: Egypt Leader Will Need Opposition Help
ElBaradei says Egypt needs political consensus to heal economy
Egypt's challenge: Free to speak
New Yorker (blog)
The Death of Egypt Independent
New Yorker (blog)
Egypt Independent's bosses cited a lack of resources—a believable claim, given the business situation for most newsrooms today. But there was more to it. A letter signed the “Al Masry Al Youm Institution” (the media company, Al-Masry Al-Youm, owns ...
In the Egypt Independent's closure, an end of a beginning
Hamas killed Egyptian protesters, ex-minister charges
Your mission, if you choose to accept it…
Christian Science Monitor
How an obscure council became Egypt's decisionmaker
Christian Science Monitor
When Egypt held elections for the upper house of parliament last year, few Egyptians bothered to go to the polls. They were fatigued from six rounds of voting for the lower house of parliament, and many felt the upper house, called the Shura Council ...
Egypt to grow only 3% in fiscal year ending June '14 - Gulf times
An Egyptian construction worker, who is paid 30 Egyptian pounds ($4.33) a day, builds a wall near Tahrir Square in Cairo on Monday. The North African country's growth prospects have deteriorated over the last six months as political turmoil has made it ...
The Multilateralist: More trouble for the IMF in Egypt
INTERVIEW: Leftist leader says Egypt should refuse IMF loan
UPDATE 1-Egypt says Qatar asking 5 pct interest on $3 bln bonds
Egypt opens alcohol-free hotel
... the road outside the hotel. However, with visitor numbers to Egypt still a long way down on pre-Arab Spring levels, the move is likely to raise questions about whether such developments will deter foreign visitors to the country who do want to ...
Les Rois Hotel on Egypt's Red Sea is alcohol-free
Women-only pool, alcohol ban at Red Sea hotel
Egypt Opens First Alcohol-Free Hotel on the Red Sea Coast
Egypt Investigates New Student Food Poisoning Case
A security official says that Egyptian authorities are investigating a new case of food poisoning at Al-Azhar, Cairo's centuries-old seat of Sunni Muslim learning. The official says the investigation opened Tuesday. Some 160 university students fell ...
Fingers pointed after second mass food poisoning at Al-Azhar
Food poisoning again hits Egypt's top university - GlobalPost
Second food poisoning hits Egypt's Azhar university in less than month
Egypt's unions struggle after the revolution
Cairo, Egypt - The revolution came with many promises for people such as Ashraf Mumtaz. A 33-year veteran of Egypt's national railway service, Mumtaz saw the political upheaval as a moment for Egypt's working classes to overhaul a corrupt and abusive ...