Egypt in classism row over prosecutors sacked because parents had no degrees
The sacked prosecutors – mostly law graduates who left university last summer – accuse the judiciary of classism, and of infringing both Egypt's constitution, which bans discrimination, as well as international labour laws. A year on, after failing to ...
Egypt plans cash benefits in early 2015 to offset subsidy cuts -minister
'Egypt's growth key to stability in region'
Egypt planning minister calls for legal review
International Business Times UK
Moody's Raises Egypt's Outlook to Stable
Moody's Investor Services said Egypt's political and security situation has stabilized, raising the country's outlook from negative to stable. The influential international ratings agency credits, "the launch of government initiatives toward fiscal ...
Political Quiet in Egypt Spurs Moody's Outlook Upgrade
Egypt 'sets appeal date' for jailed al-Jazeera journalists
A court in Egypt has set the appeals hearing of three jailed al-Jazeera journalists for 1 January, says the family of one of them. Mohamed Fahmy's family said Cairo's Court of Cassation will hear the case. The three journalists of the Qatar-based ...
Egypt Sets Appeal Hearing for Al-Jazeera Staff
Egypt court sets January 1 appeal date for Al Jazeera journalists
Egypt Court Sets Appeal Date For Imprisoned Al Jazeera Journalists
Confirmed: Israel to Supply Gas to Egypt in $4 Billion Deal
An Israeli firm will supply Egypt with natural gas, a company spokesman said Monday, more than two years after sabotage halted the flow of Egyptian gas to Israel. For more than a decade Israel relied on Egypt for roughly 40 percent of its gas needs in ...
Israel, Egypt on track for major energy deal
Israeli gas firm signs bid to sell natural gas to Egypt
Israel's Tamar group looks to sell gas to Egypt via EMG pipeline
From Jimmy Carter, a Rebuke to Egypt
New York Times
“The current environment in Egypt is not conducive to genuine democratic elections and civic participation,” Mr. Carter said as part of the statement, which warned that political campaigning in an already polarized situation “could be extremely ...
Carter Center shuts Egypt office over rights concerns
Carter Center shuts down Egypt office
Egypt's rehabilitation suffers a major setback
Egypt sentences to death seven suspected members of Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis
CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court sentenced to death seven suspected members of Islamist militant group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis on Tuesday on charges related to attacks on the military in and around Cairo in March which killed nine soldiers, judicial ...
Egypt military court sentences 7 to death
Egypt sentences 7 jihadis to death for attacks on troops
Egypt military court sentences 7 to death on charges related to terrorism
Feilding private heads to Egypt
A Feilding woman will swap the rocky hinterland of the Waiouru plains for the sand dunes of Egypt as she prepares to head overseas with the New Zealand Army. Private Kayley Hastie-Hunt, 23, will leave next month for Egypt, where she will spend six ...
Middle East Eye
Minister: Egypt has 'no political prisoners'
Middle East Eye
Egypt's Justice Minister told an EU humanitarian envoy that Egypt "has no political prisoners," insisting that all those now in detention are facing criminal charges, according to a Tuesday statement. "Prisons in Egypt are under the supervision of the ...
EU Envoy in Egypt, Discusses Human Rights Conditions With Justice Minister
Egypt will fix the economy but don't expect miracles: PM
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's Prime Minister urged the country's citizens not to expect instant results from large-scale infrastructure projects the government has embarked on to create jobs and strengthen the economy. Ibrahim Mehleb faces the monumental ...
REUTERS SUMMIT-Egypt turns to illegal buildings to tackle housing crisis
Turkey challenges Egypt with new Islamic university
CAIRO — The Turkish-Egyptian political conflict escalated Sept. 24 after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's speech to the UN General Assembly. Erdogan criticized the current Egyptian regime, describing its rise as a coup d'état. Egyptians ...