Is Egypt becoming a republic of fear?
Over the past five years, Egypt has seen revolution and counter-revolution, a brief spell of civilian rule, then return to military rule. President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi led the military coup in 2013. Since then, rights groups say the liberties of ...
Three years after the coup, lessons still unlearned from Egypt's tragedy
Sisi delivers 'message from Egypt' at 30 June uprising celebration
Egypt's Morsi added to 'terror' list: Official gazette
Odd couple Israel and Egypt enjoying 'best times ever'
After decades of wars followed by years of an uneasy peace, Israel has emerged as a discreet ally to Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, along with powerhouse Saudi Arabia and smaller, wealthy Gulf Arab countries. El-Sissi, who as army chief ...
Egypt Due for Another Devaluation in 2016/17, Economists Say
The dollar shortage has stifled business activity and hit confidence in the Egyptian economy. Egypt devalued the pound by 13% in March in an effort to close the gap between the official and parallel rates but the move failed to boost dollar liquidity ...
Supporting Egypt's Pound Was 'Grave Mistake,' Amer Says
UPDATE 1-Egypt's current account deficit at $5.6 bln in Q3 2015-16
Egyptian pound facing another devaluation as dollar shortage persists
Sudan's ex-VP was behind assassination attempt on Egypt president: Turabi
He added that a meeting was held following the failed attempt in the presence of himself, Bashir, Nafie, Taha and others to assess the situation, saying that Taha proposed during the meeting to kill two Egyptian Jihadists who returned to Sudan after ...
Ottawa group marks Egypt's military coup that left human rights 'under siege'
An Ottawa group plans to gather in front of the Egyptian Embassy in Sandy Hill to highlight human rights abuses in the country on the third anniversary of the military coup. In 2013, Egypt's first democratically elected president, Mohammed Morsi, was ...
Egypt's official rights body notes torture, violations
Egypt: Rights body highlights violations and torture
Human rights body claims torture, forced disappearances in Egypt
Egypt scuttles disputed daylight-savings plan
Cairo: The Egyptian government Monday cancelled a controversial plan for applying the daylight-savings time this summer in response to the parliament's demand. The government decided at a cabinet meeting to scrap the application of the system that was ...
Egypt's cabinet abolishes daylight saving time
Egypt Cancels Daylight Saving Time
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GlaxoSmithKline pumps EGP 400m into Egypt until 2017: Minister of Investment
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GlaxoSmithKline is intending to pump investments reaching EGP 400m into Egypt until 2017, according to Minister of Investment Dalia Khorshid. Khorshid met on Monday with a delegation from GlaxoSmithKline, headed by vice president and area head of ...
Egypt's oldest elephant 'Karimah' dies at age 51
Karimah was the oldest and most popular elephant and a major attraction at Egypt's largest zoo. Born in India in 1965, Karimah was given to Egypt's President Gamal Abdel-Nasser by Indian PM Jawaharlal Nehru in 1969. Asian elephants live for an average ...
Top Egypt Islamist says he 'fully supports' reconciliation with state
He was an officer in Egypt's military intelligence before being imprisoned in 1981 on charges of assassinating former President Anwar Sadat. He was subsequently released from prison in 2011, following the January 25 Revolution, after becoming the ...
Egypt Stocks Jump Most Since March on Currency Devaluation Hints
Egyptian stocks advanced the most since March after the central bank hinted it may devalue the local currency. The EGX 30 Index rose 2.9 percent to 7,182.8 at the close in Cairo. About 609 million Egyptian pounds ($69 million) of shares traded, the ...