IMF Plans to Help Egypt Secure Remaining Money for Loan Deal
The International Monetary Fund said it will help Egypt plug the remaining financing gap for its economic program before the fund's executive board approves a $12 billion loan deal with the Arab country. The government is targeting $21 billion over ...
Sisi: Egypt Will Not Hesitate On Tough Reforms
Sisi says he will not balk at Egypt economic reforms
After IMF deal, Egypt's Sisi says will not hesitate on tough reforms
What's next for Egypt's IS affiliate after killing of leader?
Abu Du'a al-Ansari — the reported head of the Islamic State's (IS) affiliate in the Sinai Peninsula — has been killed in an airstrike, an Egypt official said. Brig. Gen. Muhammad Samir, the official spokesman of Egypt's armed forces, described Ansari ...
Egypt Considers Wheat Storage Program as Algeria Waits in Wings
Blumberg Grain expects to reach an agreement with Egypt in the next two weeks to expand its wheat storage network, according to a company statement issued Sunday. A resolution is needed “as soon as possible as there are other countries competing for ...
Egypt reconsiders grain mega project amid scandal investigation ...
Egypt reconsiders grain mega project amid scandal investigation
Egypt public prosecutor orders 13 arrested in wheat corruption case
Three years after crackdown, Egypt's democracy has crashed and burned: Editorial
Since then, there is little doubt that Egypt's fledgling democracy has crashed and burned. The military-backed government of Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi has reportedly kidnapped, detained and tortured suspected enemies, and outlawed the Muslim Brotherhood.
Rabaa: Egypt's Scarlet Letter
Egypt: MB Reiterates Support for Mursi On Rabaa's 3rd Anniversary ...
Egyptian Canadians hold somber gathering on Rabaa Massacre ...
Human Rights Watch
Egypt: Compensate Victims of Mass Killings
Human Rights Watch
(Beirut) – Egypt's parliament should pass a transitional justice law establishing a new, impartial investigation into the mass killings of protesters in 2013, that will lead to accountability and fair compensation for victims' families. The ...
IOC to Probe Egyptian Judoka's Refusal to Shake Israeli's Hand
(AP) A spokesman for the International Olympic Committee said that the IOC would look into the refusal by Egyptian judoka Islam El Shehaby to shake the hand of his victorious Israeli opponent Or Sasson after their first round match in the men's over ...
Egyptian judo fighter refuses to shake Israeli opponent's hand
Arab media reacts to Egyptian judo loss
Defeated Egyptian judoka refuses to shake Israeli opponent's hand
Libya to host World Cup ties in Egypt
Libya's games in Egypt will probably be played behind closed doors. Most major matches in Egypt have restrictions on attendances because of security fears. Libya have been banned from hosting any international games since the overthrow of Muammar ...
New York Times
IMF Lends $12 Billion to Egypt to Fix Ailing Economy
New York Times
The officials said they requested the loan package over a three-year period in part because they have not received financial support recently from Egypt's oil-rich Persian Gulf allies. They expressed hope that the move would inspire international ...
Egypt reaches a deal with the IMF
IMF agrees to $12 billion 3-year loan deal for Egypt
IMF Reaches Preliminary Deal With Egypt on $12 Billion Loan Program
Egypt to Work With IMF for $21B in Loans
Fakhry Elfiky, professor of economics at Cairo University, discusses the staff-level agreement between Egypt and the IMF for $12B in loans, if the total amount will be enough for the economy and the outlook for the Egyptian pound. He speaks to Yousef ...
Cairo fastest growing city in MENA with 30000 drivers, says Uber Egypt
Anthony Khoury, head of Middle East and Africa expansions for Uber, displays the application on a mobile phone during an event to celebrate the official launch of the car-hailing service in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015. (AP) ...