Egypt and Israel to reach another gas deal
The owners of an Israeli gas field have reached an agreement to export trillions of cubic feet of natural gas through Egypt, a lucrative but politically sensitive deal which the Egyptian cabinet quickly denied would ever happen. Noble Energy, the ...
Israeli Offshore Natural Gas Is Headed to Egypt
Tamar and Leviathan look to Egypt gas link
UPDATE 1-Israel Tamar gas field partners aim for exports to Egypt LNG plant
Egyptian Tourism's Message to World: Come Anyway
New York Times
For three years now, political turmoil has scared many travelers away from Egypt, leaving millions of people whose livelihoods depend on visitors desperate for any sign of an end to the most sustained tourism crisis anyone here can recall. At Cosmos, a ...
Egypt's El-Sissi Tells Media Not to Push Freedoms
Egypt's top presidential candidate, the former military chief, warned newspaper editors not to press issues of freedoms of speech and other rights or campaign for democratic reforms, saying demands and protests jeopardize national security and that ...
Graffiti artists unite against Egypt's presidential hopeful Abdel Fatah al-Sisi
Egypt's Sissi Lowers Expectations for Change
Sisi warns Egypt press over freedoms
Tomb dating back to 1100 BC found in Egypt
CAIRO – Archeologists have found a tomb dating back to around 1100 B.C. south of Cairo, Egypt's Antiquities Ministry said Thursday. Antiquities Minister Mohamed Ibrahim said that the tomb belongs to a guard of the army archives and royal messenger to ...
Ramesside tomb of Egypt's royal ambasador discovered at Saqqara
Archeologists Find Tomb Dating Back To 1100 BC In Egypt
Egypt Government Restores Daylight Saving Time
Egypt's interim government said Wednesday it is restoring daylight saving time this month to alleviate a crippling energy crisis, three years after previous officials abolished it. The energy crisis has recently deepened, with frequent blackouts in the ...
Egyptian presidential candidate Sisi: Muslim Brotherhood 'finished'
Egypt's future in the shadow of Nasser
Jumping, not walking, out of Egypt's crisis: El-Sisi interview, part 2
Official: New US ambassador headed to Egypt
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a routine but necessary step toward smoothing its stormy relationship with Cairo, the White House on Thursday tapped a career diplomat to fill a nine-month vacancy as the U.S. ambassador to Egypt. The choice of Ambassador ...
Obama nominates ambassadors for key Egypt and Iraq posts
Ambassador to Iraq shifts to Egypt
In a first electoral pitch, the probable president sounds not exactly liberal
Vying for Egypt's airwaves, for instance, is a tragicomic array of news purporting to expose the wickedness of foreigners, especially Western ones. Among other items, Egypt's public prosecutor has announced an investigation into charges of espionage ...
Stopping Egypt's 'Dictatorship Run Amok'
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
More than three years after the ouster of Hosni Mubarak, Egypt appears ready to reinstall another strongman regime. On May 26, Egyptians will likely elect General Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, the former head of the Egypt's military, to be their next president.
Egypt: arts against the odds
Right now, those things are in short supply in Egypt. The economy is in dire straits, and that's a source of constant simmering unrest. The tourist industry has collapsed, which has devastated the income of thousands who depended on it. Venture ...
Egypt's elections: More of the same?
Egypt's upcoming presidential elections will pit military strongman Abdel Fattah el-Sisi against self-styled Nasserist contender Hamdeen Sabbahi. Only these two candidates remain after the Muslim Brotherhood was effectively eliminated from Egyptian ...