Egypt's Birthrate Rises as Population Control Policies Vanish
New York Times
CAIRO — More than two years after the Egyptian uprising, the country's new Islamist government has struggled to confront a drop in tourism and the faltering economy. But the leadership has remained silent about another crucial indicator that has ...
Desperate to Go to War, Syrians in Egypt Find an Ally to Help
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood supporters march toward the Syrian Embassy as a child is carried on the shoulders holding a banner with Arabic that reads “Egypt and Syria are one hand” during a protest against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Cairo in ...
Egypt's Ticking Population Bomb
But Egypt has clearly tumbled into a Malthusian trap. Once a major agricultural exporter, Egypt ranks now as the world's largest importer of wheat. A surge in world wheat prices after 2006 lead to economic crisis in Egypt, where deeply subsidized bread ...
Live exports to Egypt suspended - The Age
“The department has already consulted with the Egyptian authorities and has formally requested an investigation in line with the Memorandum of Understanding on the Handling and Slaughter of Australian Live Animals between our two countries,” the ...
Live exports to Egypt suspended
Live exports to Egypt suspended amid cruelty probe
Industry suspends live trade to Egypt
Egyptian billionaire Sawiris returns home to warm welcome
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris returned home on Friday, ending a self-imposed exile that began after the election of President Mohamed Mursi last year, and was warmly welcomed by a government grappling with an economic crisis.
Egypt business tycoons return after family company Orascom Construction ...
Egypt warmly welcomes Sawiris tycoons' return after tax dispute
Christian tycoon returns to Egypt from self exile
Debate over Easter greetings roil Egypt's sensitive religious tension
CAIRO -- As Egypt prepares to celebrate Orthodox Easter this weekend, controversial comments by a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood have sparked debate over whether supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, who rose to prominence through ...
Analysis: Egypt, Iran in power struggle over Gaza
Egypt and Iran are locked in a power struggle over their influence and conflicting aims in the Gaza Strip, and Egypt appears to have the upper hand. While Tehran is dissatisfied with the relative durability of the cease-fire between Hamas and Israel ...
Hamas, Egypt Maintaining Gaza Quiet
Gaza government stops chicken imports from Egypt
Egypt Destroys Border Tunnels With Gaza
Los Angeles Times
Desperate migrants meet with misery in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula
Los Angeles Times
He was kidnapped there, smuggled into Egypt, ferried across the Suez Canal, handed over to Bedouin tribesman and chained to another African. "I only wanted to change my life," he said. The deserts of the Sinai Peninsula do not grant wishes. This land ...
Egypt Islamic official: 'Permissible to kill some Christians today'
Mr. Samra railed against Pope Tawadros II, who was named as the head of Egypt's ancient Coptic Christian church in November, calling him more dangerous than his predecessor because he “considers using force as he is trying to establish a Coptic state.
The Copts flee Egypt
Don't Congratulate Copts on Easter, Says Deputy Chairperson of Egypt's Nour ...
Coptic Christians march on the Capitol
Recalibrating US policy in Egypt
After Egypt's presidential elections last summer, the Obama administration adopted a pragmatic policy toward the new Muslim Brotherhood-led government. The basic message to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was straightforward: Respect Egypt's ...
FP Passport: New addition to the blogosphere: Egypt's foreign policy through ...
Egypt's Long-Term Economic Recovery Plan Stalls
ElBaradei: Egypt Leader Will Need Opposition Help