Benjamin Netanyahu tries to end gas dispute with Egypt
Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, says he will send a special envoy to Egypt with the aim of resolving a dispute over natural gas that has threatened the two countries' ambitions to export billions of dollars' worth of the resource from ...
Egypt sees tourism returns down 10 percent after plane crash
Egypt's tourism revenues in 2015 will be at least 10 percent below last year's after a Russian plane crash prompted Moscow and London to suspend flights, and authorities are now working to restore confidence, the tourism minister said on Tuesday.
Egypt's gold standard: Tourism
Greek PM eyes closer Egypt ties
Strong ties between Greece and Egypt could become a catalyst for regional stability, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Tuesday as he welcomed Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi in Athens. El-Sisi will spend two days in the Greek capital for talks ...
Egypt's Sisi calls for 'international mobilisation' on Libya
Egypt's Sisi arrives in Athens to attend tripartite summit with Greek, Cyprus ...
Egypt's Sisi Asks International Community to Intervene in Libya
The Times of Israel
14 Gazans rescued after Egypt floods smuggling tunnel
The Times of Israel
Palestinians inspect the damage after Egyptian forces flooded smuggling tunnels dug beneath the Gaza-Egypt border, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, on September 18, 2015. (Abed Rahim Khatib/ Flash90) ...
Egypt floods Gaza tunnel, flushing out Palestinian diggers
Egypt Destroys 20 Smuggling Tunnels Along Gaza Border
14 Palestinian workers lost in Gaza tunnel drowned by Egypt
Egypt accuses Ethiopia of stalling talks on Nile Dam project
The foreign and irrigation ministers of Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan were to hold a meeting in Khartoum from 6-7 Dcember, but was postponed till 11 and 12 December. In an interview with Egypt's Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper, the Egyptian irrigation minister ...
Egypt hosts General Assembly of the 25th African Civil Aviation Commission
Egypt's civil aviation minister said Cairo welcomes an exchange of experiences with all African countries regarding airport security “to reach the highest aviation safety standards applied by all Egyptian airports.” Minister Hossam Kamal made the ...
Bomb attack kills four Egyptian security personnel in North Sinai
Egyptian security forces patrol amid debris in the North Sinai border town of Rafah, Egypt, on Nov. 1, 2014. Four security personnel were killed in the town center on Dec. 8, 2015 after a roadside bomb detonated next to their armored vehicle as it ...
Blast kills four army soldiers in Egypt's Sinai - 12/8/2015 1:34:32 PM
Bomb attack kills four security personnel in Egypt's North Sinai
Four Egyptian soldiers killed in attack on convoy near Gaza border
Middle East Monitor
Russian airline demands compensation from Egypt for plane crash
Middle East Monitor
According to the Russian news agency TASS, Metrojet's owner said he is looking to reach an agreement with Egypt on receiving compensation without filing lawsuits. “Egypt is Russia's partner in many spheres, these are the relations that have been built ...
Egypt Reviewing Terrorist Act in Russian A321 Plane Crash Over Sinai
Israel seeks 'solution' over Egypt gas row
Israel announced Tuesday that it was sending an envoy to Cairo to find a solution after Egyptian firms were ordered to pay $1.76 billion to compensate for a gas supply cut. Egypt's petroleum ministry has said it will appeal the judgement reached ...
East Mediterranean Gas awarded $324m. from Egyptian national gas companies
Egypt expects $1.5 billion in aid by year-end, eyeing IMF
CAIRO Egypt expects to receive $1.5 billion from the World Bank and African Development Bank by year-end to support the budget and could discuss potential IMF financing once parliament convenes, International Cooperation Minister Sahar Nasr said.
Egypt signs 100 million euro EBRD loan for metro upgrade