New York Times
'We Don't Owe Anyone': Egypt Jousts With Its Chief Benefactor, Saudi Arabia
New York Times
CAIRO — In the tumultuous two years since President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt came to power, one ally has kept the Arab world's most populous country from economic ruin: Saudi Arabia pumped more than $25 billion into the faltering Egyptian economy ...
Egypt Criticizes Ex-Saudi Minister For Sisi 'Fridge' Joke
Head of Saudi-based Islamic group resigns after Egypt joke
Head of Saudi-based Islamic Organization Resigns After Mocking Egypt's President
Italian prosecutor holds talks in Egypt over probe into student's killing
CAIRO Italian and Egyptian prosecutors discussed Egypt's investigation into the killing of an Italian student on Tuesday and called the talks "positive", after months of rising tension as Rome complained about a lack of cooperation from Cairo. Giulio ...
Italian prosecutor in Egypt for Regeni murder probe
Egypt to hand over Regeni's belongings to Italy
Egypt Protects Ghana's Israeli Football Coach
The Jewish Press
Security personnel for the Egypt Football Association have uncovered a plot to attack 61-year-old Avram Grant, the Israeli coach of the Ghana national soccer team, when the team arrives in Alexandria for a November 13 FIFA World Cup qualifier. The ...
Egypt announce squad for Ghana clash
Israeli coach threatened ahead of Egypt soccer match
Egypt foils plot to attack Ghana's Israeli soccer coach
After days of heavy rain, Egypt's Nile turns murky brown
CAIRO – Egyptians this week have watched the Nile's water turn a murky brown-yellow color, the result of days of heavy rain in parts of the country and subsequent flooding that eroded the surface of lime hills and mountains and swept them into the ...
Water cuts in multiple governorates as Egypt's Nile turns murky ...
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 ...
Sisi's fridge and Egypt's frosty economy - Al Jazeera English
The president's remarks about his fridge reveal just how much Egyptians have cooled towards him.
The New Arab
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.
Egypt pound slides further amid continued chaos for business
Egypt's bank to offer IPO to end currency crisis
Rapid currency devaluation chokes business in Egypt
ANALYSIS: Egypt Could Be Heading For New Uprising After Series Of Economic Disasters
Egypt's economy is slated to grow 3.5 percent this year, missing the target of 5 percent, but much will depend on the return of tourists who stopped traveling to the country after the Islamic State shot down a Russian civilian airplane in the Sinai ...
Egypt cuts taxes to boost investment
Members of committee to review cases of Egyptian youth detainees announced
Walking Into A Trap: How I Ended Up On Trial In Egypt
in the months after the Egyptian revolution, the mood of unity that had prevailed throughout the protests began to be eroded — replaced with something more divisive and violent. For Egyptian journalist Yehia Ghanem, events would also take a strange ...
When Hillary Ignored the Rape of a CBS News Journalist in Egypt
None of the attackers were ever caught, and Egypt did not lose a dollar in U.S. aid or experience any meaningful pressure to deliver justice for the horrific attack. Egypt remains to this day the second largest recipient of U.S. aid after Israel. Four ...