New York Times (blog)
Bradley Has Egypt Set to Advance in World Cup Qualifying
New York Times (blog)
Bob Bradley, the coach of Egypt's rabidly followed national soccer team, has his squad within shouting distance of advancing to the next round of World Cup qualifying in Africa. With a win Sunday against Mozambique in Maputo, or a loss or tie by Guinea ...
Mozambique fire coach ahead of Egypt World Cup qualifier
Egypt Says Citizens Free to Join Fight in Syria
A senior official in Egypt's presidency said Thursday that Egyptians are free to join the fight in Syria and will not be prosecuted upon return amid increasingly public calls by leading clerics for Sunni Muslims to back the rebels there with firepower ...
Ethiopian parliament ratifies new Nile sharing agreement opposed by Egypt
A 10-person Egypt-Sudan-Ethiopia experts panel concluded that the dam will not “significantly affect” water flow to Egypt and Sudan, according to Ethiopian officials. Sudan said it accepts the outcome of the finding and this week announced that it ...
How Egypt Might Try To Stop Ethiopia's Dam Project
Ethiopia Ratifies Nile Treaty in Snub to Egypt
Ethiopia ratifies River Nile treaty amid Egypt tension
Egypt frets, fumes over Ethiopia's Nile plan
For a country facing daily domestic crises in the aftermath of its 2011 revolution, the dam is a foreign threat that Egypt can ill afford. And that may be the point. Analysts say Ethiopia is seizing on Egypt's distraction and relative fragility to ...
Ethiopia discards Egypt threats over Nile dam
Egypt's opposition rejects call for unity talks
Egypt says dam dispute with Ethiopia not yet a military one
Egypt to auction luxury gifts received by officials
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will auction off pricey gifts received by its senior government officials next week, including luxury watches and a solid silver sword, with proceeds going into the public coffers where they belong, the government said on Thursday.
Egypt to auction gifts received by state officials
Special Report: Egypt's Brotherhood turns to flour power
ALEXANDRIA (Reuters) - The bread queue can be a dangerous and dishonest place in Egypt. People have killed over state-subsidized loaves. Corruption blights much of the trade. The problems, says the ruling Muslim Brotherhood, are why it has introduced ...
The Daily Star
Egypt Stocks' Biggest Drop in 7 Months Attracts Foreigners
Egyptian shares have lost the most in the last 10 trading days since a similar stretch in November as anti-government activists prepare for nationwide demonstrations at the end of the month. MSCI Inc. (MSCI) warned this week it may review Egypt's 12 ...
Dubai Shares Gains as MSCI Outweighs Global Outlook; Egypt Rises
Investors in Egypt having currency problems: MSCI
Egypt Stock Exchange chairman: MSCI downgrade warning off the mark
Egypt and Al Ahly midfielder Mohamed Barakat to retire
Egypt and Al Ahly midfielder Mohamed Barakat has announced he will retire from football at the end of the season. The 36-year-old has made 173 appearances and scored 34 goals for Ahly since since joining the club from Saudi team Ahly Jeddah in 2004.
Egypt's Terrible FGM Death
The death of Soheir has thrown a spotlight on the issue of female genital mutilation (FGM), a ritual which is still widely practiced across Egypt despite being official outlawed in 2008. This week, UN agencies called for the prosecution of the doctor ...
Egypt doctor accused of female genital mutilation death is released
Egypt's wheat mired in politics as government claims dramatic leap in harvest
IBSHAWAI, Egypt – Early in Egypt's wheat harvest this year, President Mohammed Morsi spoke in a televised address, proclaiming the crop would be 30 percent higher than the year before and that the country is on track to go from being the world's ...
Egypt's wheat harvest becomes mired in politics
Politicized Verdict May Sway Brotherhood on Egypt NGO Law
Washington Watch: What does aid to Egypt get us?