Wall Street Journal
Chinese Tourists in Egypt Have a Unique Way of Greasing Palms
Wall Street Journal
LUXOR, Egypt—Visiting the complex of ancient temples at Karnak, Chinese tourist Ye Sanshi lost his way among the stone chapels, pylons and pillars. An Egyptian guide gave him directions. To show his gratitude, Mr. Ye handed him a small red tin the ...
Allies Saudi Arabia, Egypt in rare public spat over Syria
CAIRO — Close allies and Arab powerhouses Egypt and Saudi Arabia are having their first public spat since Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi took office two years ago, a quarrel over Syria that points to a wider, but mostly muted, divergence in ...
Saudi Arabia halts oil supplies to Egypt
Saudi Aramco To Suspend Refined Oil To Egypt
Saudi Aramco informed Egypt about suspending oil product supply: official
Russia may open airbase in Egypt by 2019 – report
Egypt's Al-Ahram daily reported the president's office as stating that it would not allow foreign foreign military bases on Egyptian coasts. Earlier on Monday, Russian newspaper Izvestia cited its diplomatic and military sources as saying that Cairo ...
Egypt 'ready to agree' new Russian air base on coast
Russia to allegedly establish air force base in Egypt: Izvestia newspaper
Egypt rules out any possibility of foreign military bases on its land
Without Saudi oil aid, Egypt rushes out big buy tenders
Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
Egypt has not received October allocations of petroleum aid from Saudi Arabia, traders told Reuters, forcing its state oil buyer to rapidly increase tenders even amid a severe dollar shortage and growing arrears to oil producers. Saudi Arabia agreed to ...
Egypt is getting a new capital - courtesy of China
According to Egypt's Al-Ahram newspaper, engineers have begun work on infrastructure including bridges and 210 kilometers of roads. The first phase of the project will see government ministries and residential blocks rise from the sand. This phase ...
IRIN | Egypt boat disaster shines light on new migration trend
More than 200 people died when a boat capsized in the Mediterranean last month. It was no coincidence most were Egyptian.
Ethiopia blames Egypt and Eritrea over unrest
Ethiopia's information minister says groups in Eritrea and Egypt are contributing to the unrest, which has led to a six-month state of emergency. Getachew Reda said the foreign elements are arming and financing opposition groups, but not necessarily ...
Ethiopia Blames Egypt for State of Emergency
Ethiopia blames Egypt for forcing new state of emergency
Egypt restates respect for Ethiopia's sovereignty: Ministry of foreign affairs
'Miss Upper Egypt' beauty pageant cancelled after threats of violence
The first-ever beauty pageant planned for a conservative region in Egypt has been cancelled amid security concerns and threats of violence. The “Miss Upper Egypt” competition was scheduled to take place in Assiut, a city 200 miles south of Cairo in an ...
AF--Ethiopia-State of Emergency
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — Ethiopia's government on Monday blamed Egypt for supporting outlawed rebels and forcing the declaration of the country's first state of emergency in a quarter-century as widespread anti-government protests continue.
Egypt Core Inflation Hits Post-2009 Peak Ahead of Devaluation
Egyptian officials have said they are close to meeting an IMF condition that the nation obtain several billion dollars of financing from other sources before the loan deal goes ahead, though fund chief Christine Lagarde said on Saturday that Egypt ...
Egypt's annual urban consumer price inflation eases to 14.1 pct in Septemb...
Egypt's inflation eases to 14.1%
Egypt inflation eases for first time in 6 months in September ...