Egypt snaps back at Turkey after Erdogan's scathing criticism
Turkey provides a safe haven for leading members of the Muslim Brotherhood group, which has been banned in Egypt. Ankara also allows TV stations run by sympathisers of the Brotherhood who criticise the government of President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi to ...
Egypt president says he's 'serious' about peace push
Why Egypt is suddenly so interested in Israel-Palestine conflict
Egypt's Ad Hoc Economy
Financial cooperation between Egypt, Spain to reach 300 mln euros: Ministry
Financial cooperation between Egypt and Spain will increase from 175.8 million euros to reach 300 million euros after an exchange of letters between officials from both countries, the Egyptian ministry of international cooperation announced on Thursday.
Visit by Russian specialists on airports depends on Egypt fulfilling security requirements: Official
An upcoming visit to Egypt of Russian specialists for completion of the Egyptian airports security audit depends on fulfillment of security requirements by the Egyptian side, a Russian transport ministry representative told Russia's news agency TASS on ...
Telecom Egypt seeks funds for 4G
Cairo: Telecom Egypt, the country's state-owned landline monopoly, is in talks with banks about a 5 billion Egyptian pound ($563.07 million) loan to acquire a 4G licence, banking sources said on Thursday. The sources said Etisalat Egypt was also in ...
Telecom Egypt in talks with banks over funds for 4G
Telecom Egypt in loan talks to fund 4G licence
Telecom Egypt, Etisalat negotiating €500m-plus loans for 4G licences
European Union Sees Egypt's New Import Restrictions 'Damaging'
New measures requiring the registration of factories that export to Egypt add uncertainty for foreign investors, will make it harder for Egyptian companies to sell to the European market and lack transparency, European Union Ambassador James Moran said ...
The Media Line
Egypt-Qatar face off in bid for UNESCO leadership
The Media Line
CAIRO – The ongoing feud between Qatar and Egypt took on global dimensions as Cairo announced July 19 that it had selected a candidate to challenge Doha's pick for the next Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural ...
CSW: Violence against Christians continues to rise in Egypt
The CSW spokesperson said that “Egyptians place a lot of emphasis between different faith communities”, explaining that Egypt is an integral country within the Muslim community, whilst there is also a real indigenous community of Coptic Christians.
Egypt: One dead, three injured in a mob attack on Coptic Christians
Islamists in Egypt attack families of Christian priests, leaving one dead, three injured
Egyptian Christians protest government's delay in passing church building regulation
Egypt FM Shoukry meets Kerry during US anti-IS coalition conference
US Secretary of State John Kerry and Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Hassan Shoukry (L) speak to the media prior to a meeting at the State Department in Washington, DC, July 21, 2016. (AFP) ...
US keen to address Egypt's economic, terrorism concerns - Kerry
New York Times
In Egypt, Many Leaders Quietly Cheered Turkish Coup Plotters
New York Times
“I will not deny there was a lot of excitement,” said Dalia Youssef, the deputy chairwoman of the foreign affairs committee in Egypt's Parliament, after images of military vehicles rolling through the streets of Ankara and Istanbul interrupted her ...
Erdoğan unable to make good judgment on Egypt revolution: Foreign Ministry
First Take: Turkey coup attempt has parallels to Egypt
Turkey's Erdogan Avoids Fate of Egypt's Morsi
Egypt's stocks close the week down despite local, Arab purchases
The investment bank stated on Thursday that it concluded its advisory to B.TECH for Trading and Distribution -- Egypt's largest retailer and distributor of household appliances and consumer electronics -- on its EGP 300 million strategic partnership ...