Egypt's Court Says Police and Army Should Vote
Egyptian Islamists and former members of the nation's military voiced concern Sunday about the potential pitfalls stemming from a decision by the country's top constitutional court that would allow members of the armed forces and police to vote in the ...
Egypt court rejects religious slogans in election law
Egypt's HCC deems 4 articles of parliament elections law unconstitutional
Egypt top court rules against Islamist-backed election law that lifts ban on ...
Show us Egypt's fiscal reforms for IMF loan, Kerry tells Mursi
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urged Egypt to make concrete progress on economic reforms and rights to secure a $4.8 billion International Monetary Fund loan, saying the measures are needed to receive further aid from the U.S. Congress. The ...
Kerry urges Morsi to make progress on economic reforms
Kidnapped Egypt soldiers' release still 'a mystery': Sinai tribal leader
Bedouin tribal leaders in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula say they are still "unaware of what happened" in the final hours before the release of seven Egyptian soldiers snatched by as-yet-unknown kidnappers in Sinai ten days ago and released last Wednesday ...
Silent screams from Sinai
Egypt waits as international players mull negotiated settlement in Syria
"We are keenly following this meeting and we are hopeful it will produce positive results that would start the process of a negotiated settlement, something that has always been prescribed by Egypt as a realistic remedy for the Syrian dilemma," said ...
Textile sector reflects Egypt's decline
Egypt's textile factories were already suffering when former President Hosni Mubarak was in power. Then hundreds closed. Now the situation is much worse and the number of factories shutting down is rising fast. Since the revolution, many cotton farmers ...
Male workers banned at Egypt female health clubs
Activists commemorate eighth anniversary of 'Black Wednesday'
Activists Protest Sexual Terrorism On Anniversary of "Black Wednesday"
Egypt's 'Rebel' campaign now online
Egypt's fast-growing 'Rebel' campaign, which is collecting signatures for a vote of no confidence in President Morsi, has launched an official website. The campaign, which officially opened on 1 May, had around 3 million signatures by last week ...
Brazilian investors eyes Egypt's market after Morsi's visit
Petition rebellion seeks to end Morsi's rule in Egypt
Is Egypt heading toward a military regime?
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Poverty, Food Insecurity Could Trigger Further Egypt Unrest
Wall Street Journal (blog)
In Egypt, poverty and food insecurity have reached staggering levels in the last few years, an issue that could lead to further social unrest and political instability in the Arab world's most populous country. About 15% of Egypt's population moved ...
Food security and nutritional status in Egypt worsening amidst economic ...
Egypt falls to 107th place in WEF's global competitiveness index
With an overall score of 3.7 points, Egypt's scores in several sub-categories – including security, efficiency and macroeconomic environment – all fell in the latest index. According to the GCI, Egypt's downgrades were fuelled by uncertainties ...
Egypt ranks low for competiveness
Analysis: Sinai is becoming a major threat to Egypt
The kidnappers understood that Egypt was not going to give an inch; a large scale military operation was in the wings, with helicopters, armored vehicles and special forces at the ready. It had also been made clear that the kidnapping had united all ...
Egypt's 2011 jailbreaks still a mystery, carry potential embarrassment for ...
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Egypt's Morsi to participate in African Union summit
Egypt orders hotels to ban men from work in women's spas
Egypt received roughly 2.86 million tourists during the first quarter of 2013 — a 14.4 percent rise compared with the same period of last year, but still below levels reached in 2010, when an estimated 14.7 million tourists visited Egypt, generating ...
Egyptian tourism companies plan to tap into Iranian market