Egypt: Fears grow for 'disappeared' student Omar Khaled
Fears are growing over the whereabouts of a 22-year-old Egyptian student who was last seen being dragged away from a Cairo metro station by a group of men, shortly before security forces raided his family home. According to witnesses, unknown men ...
Egypt Criticizes Ex-Saudi Minister For Sissi 'Fridge' Joke
Egypt railed against a former Saudi minister who now heads up the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for making a joke about the contents of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi's fridge. The gag came at an OIC conference in Tunisia over the ...
Islamic bloc chief quits after mocking Egypt president
OIC secretary-general Iyad Madani resigns following Egypt row
Egypt supports Saudi nominee as new OIC chief
Sisi's fridge and Egypt's frosty economy
At the first National Youth Conference in the upmarket resort of Sharm al-Sheikh, Egypt's president Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi demonstrated to young Egyptians how he was "one of them" by informing them that, despite being the son of a wealthy merchant , "I ...
Ancient images uncovered near Egyptian pharaoh's tomb
More than 120 images of ancient Egyptian boats have been discovered adorning the inside of a building in Abydos, Egypt. The building dates back more than 3,800 years and was built near the tomb of pharaoh Senwosret III, archaeologists reported.
After Saudi halts oil shipments, Egypt turns to Iraq deal
CAIRO – Egypt's state news agency says the country's oil ministry has signed a memorandum of understanding with its Iraqi counterpart to pave the way for Egypt to import oil from Iraq. Oil Minister Tarek el-Mulla was quoted by MENA on Monday as saying ...
Egypt's New Wheat Inspection System Seen Leading to Lower Prices
Egypt's new wheat inspection program was met by relief from traders, who said the system will likely be easier to navigate and may lead to lower prices. The General Organization for Export and Import Control, or GOEIC, will be the sole state body ...
Egypt bans TV interview with corruption critic
A rare TV interview with Egypt's former chief auditor - who went on trial for spreading false news after publicly alleging massive government corruption - has been banned, the former official said. Hesham Genena, who was fired by President Abdel Fattah ...
Egyptian TV channel explains cancellation of former top auditor interview
President Tony Tan hails close partnership with Egypt
CAIRO: The exchange of state visits between the presidents of Singapore and Egypt over the past year has “opened up new areas of cooperation” and adds impetus to bilateral relations, said President Tony Tan Keng Yam on Monday (Oct 31). Dr Tan was ...
Under Pressure, Egyptian President Promises Change
President Tan, Egyptian leader see potential for growth in ties
Egypt, Singapore to enhance bilateral trade: Sisi
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Rapid currency slide chokes business in Egypt
CAIRO, Oct 31 Business is grinding to a near-halt in Egypt as companies struggle to keep pace with a rapid slide in the black market value of the pound. Factories are halting production, shops are running low on stocks and a sense of panic is spreading.
Official data: Egypt's 2015/16 budget records deficit increase, growth slump
Egypt faces more difficult decisions to overcome economic crisis, PM Ismail tells Parliament
Egyptian PM pledges to end currency crisis