Egypt to raise fuel prices by up to 78 percent from midnight: source
Khaled Hanafi, Egypt's supplies minister, confirmed the cuts on private television channel Sada al-Balad, saying the state will cancel 90 octane gasoline and the price for 92 octane gasoline would be 2.60 pounds while the price for 95 octane gasoline ...
Egypt raises fuel and electricity costs
Egypt to raise fuel prices by up to 78 percent from midnight
Egypt's Government Raises Fuel Prices Dramatically
Where is el-Sisi taking Egypt?
A year ago today, a little-known military figure of uncertain intention overthrew the first democratically-elected Islamic president in Egypt's history, Mohamed Morsy, in the process instantly becoming a national savior for millions of secular ...
Egypt-Ethiopia: A new chapter?
What price a stable Egypt?
Egypt to increase petrol prices by up to 78% as government cuts subsidies
Protests hit Egypt on coup anniversary
Nearly 200 people have been arrested in Egypt during a series of demonstrations and small bombings on the anniversary of Mohamed Morsi's removal from the presidency. One of the bombs went off accidentally inside an apartment in Kirdasah, outside ...
Egypt: Rampant torture, arbitrary arrests and detentions signal catastrophic ...
Egypt's invisible protesters, one year after the coup
Egypt: Suspected Militant Dies While Handling Bomb
Middle East Eye
Egypt coup anniversary: protests, crackdown and militancy
Middle East Eye
Protests were also reported from several other provinces across Egypt including Cairo, Giza, and the Nile Delta province of Beheira, Dakahliya and the central Assuit and Minya provinces. Friday's protests came as part of a "day of rage" called for ...
Palestinian Teen Buried as Egypt Seeks Hamas-Israel Cease-Fire
... from the militant group's Gaza stronghold since the kidnappings. The BBC reported earlier yesterday that Hamas, through Egypt's mediation, had agreed to halt rocket attacks on Israel from Gaza in exchange for Israel's stopping its air raids on the ...
Egypt in efforts to broker Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire
Palestinians fire four rockets at southern Israel; Egypt works to broker truce
Shelling of Gaza goes on as Egypt brokers truce
Egypt faces threat to harvest from water shortage
But even as Egypt wrestles with dwindling water from its only major source, the Nile, it pushes farmers to grow more to supply the country's costly subsidised food programme. The two goals, farmers and experts say, are at odds with one another. And ...
Middle East Monitor
Egypt increases size of local borrowing by $3.4 billion
Middle East Monitor
Egypt's President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi ratified the budget earlier this week after the Egyptian government cut the deficit from 292 billion pounds ($40.8 billion) to 239.9 billion pounds ($33.6 billion), which represents ten per cent of the country's ...
Egypt's deficit hits 9.3% of GDP in first 11 months of current fiscal year
Parents visit jailed Al-Jazeera journalist in Egypt
Since the army ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013, political unrest has reached unprecedented levels in Egypt, with more than 1,400 people killed and at least 15,000 jailed in a government crackdown. TOP STORIES. FULL NEWS INDEX.
Canadian journalist convicted in Egypt in 'terrible state of mind,' family says
Egypt's shifting tide of press freedom
Parents of Greste make 'horrendous' Egypt jail visit
In Photos: Visiting Egypt's Deserted Tourist Traps
But the revolution gutted Egypt's tourist industry. Mubarak's ouster was the start of a period of turmoil for the country that saw ongoing unrest, political instability, and the appointment — then subsequent removal by the military — of Mohamed Morsi ...
Egypt: Violence Marks Anniversary of Morsi Ouster
A series of demonstrations and small bombings marked the anniversary on Thursday of the ouster of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi, and authorities responded by arresting nearly 200 people as part of their crackdown against Islamists. One of the bombs ...