Apartment Building Collapses in Egypt, Killing 19
An apartment building in Egypt's capital collapsed Tuesday, killing at least 19 people as rescuers and neighbors frantically dug through rubble with their hands to find survivors, authorities said. The collapse in Cairo's eastern Matariya district ...
Egypt: Cairo flats collapse kills 17 people
Egypt and Cyprus freeze out Turkey in possible gas deal
Egypt and Cyprus are deepening energy co-operation, as an apparent anti-Turkey bloc emerges in the Eastern Mediterranean – potentially undermining US hopes that the area's gas finds could reduce regional tensions. At a tripartite Egyptian-Cypriot-Greek ...
Egypt in Talks to Import Cypriot Natural Gas
Cyprus eyes gas exports to Egypt via pipeline
The Fiscal Times
Egypt, the Most Important Arab Nation, Is an ISIS Target
The Fiscal Times
Egypt has historically been one of the most stable countries in the Middle East. Today, after the failed 2011 “Arab Spring” and shake-up of official power, Egypt's economy is crippled. The tourism industry is dead. Many other vital sectors are in a bad ...
The early promise of Egypt's economic reforms
Egyptian Cyber Army: The hacker group attacking ISIS propaganda online
Egypt debates health care reform
When Egyptian patients became fed up with the situation, a new comprehensive social insurance law was drafted. It promised to resolve the predicament by separating medical services from funding considerations. In the past, patients received medical ...
Egypt Minister Warns of Lethal Force Ahead Protest
Egypt's interior minister warned Tuesday that his forces will use deadly force to counter any assault against public facilities in a message coming just ahead of a planned protest by Islamists. A faction within the ultraconservative Salafi movement ...
Egypt warns of deadly force against protesters
Egypt faces a new, harsher kind of repression
Since ousting an Islamist leader 17 months ago, more than 41,000 people have been arrested in a sweeping crackdown against Islamists, secular activists, protesters, students and journalists, according to the Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights.
Egypt's Sisi visits Pope on first Europe trip
Egyptian president says Egypt prepared to send troops to a future Palestinian ...
Italy hails Egypt as a 'strategic partner'
Egypt one of the HSBC Group's 19 global priority markets
Daily News Egypt
Mona El Sayed, Head of Commercial Banking at HSBC Bank Egypt, talks to the Daily News Egypt about the company's plans and assessment of the Egyptian economy. What is the HSBC's vision for the Egyptian economy in the coming period? HSBC Group ...
Tourists return to Egypt
The reappearance of foreign visitors at the capital's tourist sites is borne out by statistics showing that Egypt's tourism industry, a mainstay of its struggling economy, has experienced a modest recovery – the latest sign that the country's broader ...
Mysterious 'Spellbook' From Ancient Egypt Decoded
A mysterious ancient book written in an Egyptian language called Coptic has puzzled researchers ever since it was first found as part of an extensive papyrus collection at Macquarie University in Australia in 1981. But now, two Australian scientists ...
Tracking financial assistance to Egypt
Daily News Egypt
Following the ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi, Gulf countries and international financial institutions have pledged assistance to Egypt's ailing economy with several aid packages. Those packages came as loans, deposits, grants and petroleum ...
UAE to loan $200M to Egypt SMEs
UAE fund to provide $200m in loans to projects in Egypt