'There is no food': Post-revolutionary economic turmoil dashes hopes in Egypt
By Charlene Gubash, Producer, NBC News. CAIRO, Egypt — Egypt's revolution has not been kind to Hany Sayed and his family. When Sayed lost his job as a carpenter's assistant in the capital six months ago, he, his wife and their five children were ...
Egypt's prime minister unhurt by shooting near his car: police
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian police on Sunday detained a young man who opened fire on Prime Minister Hisham Kandil's convoy and his four companions in Cairo in an incident the authorities said had no political motive. Kandil was not injured. The young ...
Egypt police say men fire birdshot at prime minister's convoy, unaware who was ...
Egypt police: Men fire birdshot at PM's convoy
Egypt's Christians Celebrate Coptic Easter
Pope Tawadros II led his first Easter Mass as head of the ancient Coptic Church in Egypt praying for security and prosperity on Saturday at the same cathedral that was the site of sectarian clashes weeks earlier. The Orthodox Easter mass, meant to be a ...
Egypt minister's remarks fuel sexual harassment debate
Insight: Egypt opposition can't harvest Brotherhood unpopularity
Easter Greetings in Egypt: 'May You Be Well Every Year'
Egyptian Premier's Motorcade Comes Under Attack
New York Times
CAIRO — An armed man fired birdshot pellets at a motorcade escorting the Egyptian prime minister on Sunday, but officials characterized it as an accidental episode of road rage rather than an assassination attempt. The prime minister, Hisham Qandil ...
Man seized for firing at Egypt PM convoy
Hurriyet Daily News
Egypt condemns Israeli attack on Syria
Late last month, Egypt's president, Mohamed Mursi, sent two senior aides to Shi'ite Islamist Iran - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's main regional ally - for talks on a peaceful solution to the civil war. Mursi said in December that the Assad ...
Egypt condemns Israeli airstrikes against Syria
Egypt, Arab League condemn Israeli 'attacks' in Syria
Egypt condemns Israeli aggression on Syria
Globe and Mail
Booze, Bikinis are Welcome in Egypt, Says Tourism Minister - VOA
Voice of America
Seeking a way into new markets, Egypt tried to open its doors to Iranian tourists this year after 34 years of frozen diplomatic relations. But the move ran into protests from hardline Sunni Islamists in Cairo who accused Iran of trying to spread the ...
Booze, bikinis are welcome in Egypt, Tourism Minister says
Egypt visitor numbers to rise 20% in 2013
Egypt to shut hotels if staff sexually harass tourists: Tourism minister
How free are Egypt's new voices?
Two years after the 2011 revolution in Egypt, a growing number of satellite TV channels are expressing a range of views - from liberal to ultra conservative. Under the Mubarak regime, the state closely monitored all forms of political and religious ...
Egypt open to tourists who drink booze and wear bikinis, says tourism minister
... resort where booze and bikinis are plentiful. Photograph: Slow Images/Getty Images. Egypt is open to visitors who drink alcohol and wear bikinis, the tourism minister has said, as the Islamist-ruled country sets out to boost numbers by at least a ...
Australia halts cattle exports to Egypt over 'cruelty'
Australia is suspending the export of live cattle to Egypt after video emerged showing extreme cruelty to animals in Egyptian abattoirs. The Australian Livestock Exporters' Council said the footage, released by animal rights group Animals Australia ...
Egypt not officially notified of Australian livestock export halt
Industry calls for ESCAS to Egypt
Add Egypt to ESCAS: Penfold
Gunmen kill alcohol seller in Egypt's Sinai
Egypt's government has been trying re-establish state authority that collapsed in Sinai following the 2011 uprising against Mubarak. Hardline Islamist groups based mostly in North Sinai have exploited the vacuum to launch attacks both across the border ...