Slate Magazine (blog)
The man the Israeli-Palestinian crisis needs most? Egypt's Mohamed Morsi.
Washington Post (blog)
At the time, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's role in the Israeli-Palestinian talks was something of a revelation. After the conclusion of the talks, all sides seemed to agree that Egypt had played the key role in solving the crisis. Here's how The ...
How Events in Egypt and Syria Paved the Way for Israel's All-Out Assault on ...
Egypt Urges Calm, But Unlikely to Mediate Ceasefire
Egypt urges end to Gaza violence but says no mediation
Egypt challenges sale of valuable ancient statue
LONDON (AP) — Egypt is challenging a British museum's planned sale of a 4,000-year-old Egyptian statue that is expected to fetch up to $10 million at a London auction. Former antiquities minister Zahi Hawass told the BBC Wednesday that the Northampton ...
'Long Live Egypt Fund' receives over EGP 400m in donations
Daily News Egypt
State-run Banque Misr, Banque du Caire and National Bank of Egypt each donated EGP 20m. Other contributing banks include the Commercial International Bank (CIB), Arab African International Bank, Emirates NBD, the United Bank, QNB Al-Ahli, Faisal ...
Egypt's domestic debt up to LE1.7 trillion
Will Egypt Finally Embrace Israeli Gas?
However, the country's ability to rebuild – and reverse – a gas trade route to Egypt has been hampered by political resentment and logistical hurdles. This all appeared to change late last month with the news that production partners in Israel's ...
Gas In Egypt Is 78 Percent More Expensive Now Than Last Week
Slashed fuel subsidies stir discontent in Egypt
Cairo and Egypt on the mend
Egypt's President Expresses Disappointment Over Conviction of Three Journalists
New York Times
CAIRO — President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt expressed disappointment in remarks published Monday at the conviction of three journalists from Al Jazeera's English-language service, saying that their sentences had “negative consequences” and that he ...
Egypt President Defends Recent Price Hikes
Sisi defends Egypt's fuel subsidies reduction
Egypt's president wishes Al-Jazeera journalists were never put on trial
Is Egypt getting ready to free Canadian Mohamed Fahmy?
The Globe and Mail
At last, there is some hope that the Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy, unjustly imprisoned in Egypt, may be allowed to leave the country. Remarks by President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi are encouraging; he now says he would have preferred to have Mr.
Injustice in Egypt: How Freedom of Speech Could Lose Its Voice
Rania Lawendy: Canadian government failing Egypt's prisoners
Egypt convicts Al Jazeera journalists, verdict draws international condemnation
Egypt Would Approve BG's Israel Gas Deal If Local Demand is Met
Wall Street Journal
The partners in Israel's giant Leviathan natural gas field said last month they had signed a preliminary agreement with BG Group, a British oil and gas company, to negotiate a deal to export gas to BG's liquefied natural gas plant in Idku, northern Egypt.
Crunch Time for Egypt's Energy Mess?
'No shame' in Egypt using Israeli gas through British oil Company, after state ...
BG share price: Egypt's approval of Israeli gas deal hinges on local demand
New York Times
Egypt Sharply Raises Prices for Fuel, Drawing Protests
New York Times
CAIRO — The Egyptian government sharply raised fuel prices early on Saturday, apparently signaling the resolve of the country's new president, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, to forge ahead with a series of austerity measures despite official concerns about a ...
Egypt's Sisi defends fuel price rise of 78% as taxi drivers stage protests
Egypt fuel prices soar up to 70%, exasperating the public
Egypt Raises Fuel Prices Amid Subsidy Cutbacks
Egyptian bid to stop Northampton's ancient statue sale
Egypt's Antiquities Ministry has challenged the sale of a 4,000-year-old statue by Northampton Borough Council. The Sekhemka statue of a priest - or court official - said to be worth up to £6m, is due to go for auction at Christie's in London on Thursday.
Egypt's President el-Sisi Says He Wished Al-Jazeera Journalists Weren't Tried
In this file photo, Al-Jazeera's award-winning Australian correspondent Peter Greste, appears in a defendants' cage in a courthouse near Tora prison in Cairo, Egypt. An Egyptian court on Monday, June 23, 2014, convicted three Al-Jazeera journalists and ...