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CAIRO — An American man was stabbed by an unidentified assailant outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo on Thursday, officials said. The reason for the attack was not immediately clear, though Egyptian officials said it did not appear to be politically...
Tags: Egypt, Prosecution, U.S. Embassy, Hosni Mubarak
Reuters(Sends to additional subscribers) * Arrest of Ahmed Maher latest to hit Egyptian activists * Security source says accused of inciting demonstrations CAIRO, May 10 (Reuters) - A prominent Egyptian activist flying home from the United States was detained...
While Egypt has many of the world’s greatest ancient archeological sites, its museums are generally dreary. The Egyptian Museum in Cairo, while old school, is world class simply by the brute magnificence of the treasures it displays. The Luxor...
Tags: Arts, Egypt, Sculpture, Greek Gods and Goddesses, Museums
CAIRO -- President Mohamed Morsi reshuffled his Cabinet on Tuesday, strengthening the Muslim Brotherhood’s hold on power and angering the opposition amid Egypt’s economic turmoil and political unrest. The naming of nine new ministers...
Reuters* Interest free credit oil deal to last a year * Aid will help Egypt avoid further shortages and unrest * Foreign oil firms cut Egypt supplies over credit worries * Tripoli seeking extradition of Gaddafi cousin from Egypt By Jessica Donati and...
Reuters* Secular parties split on Mursi, elections, IMF * Salafi Nour party gaining on anger at Brotherhood * Some Egyptians look to army By Paul Taylor and Yasmine Saleh CAIRO, May 5 (Reuters) - It's harvest time in Egypt but the secular opposition is...
Reuters(David Rohde is a Reuters columnist but his opinions are his own.) By David Rohde NEW YORK, May 3 (Reuters) - After helping coordinate the American civilian aid efforts in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Libya, Mark Ward arrived in Turkey last year to oversee...
ReutersCAIRO, May 2 (Reuters) - Six men were jailed by a Cairo court on Thursday in the first ruling against a little-known group opposed to Islamist President Mohamed Mursi that the government has accused of participating in "terrorist acts". State security...
Tags: Egypt, Prosecution, Mohamed Morsi, Globalization, Punishment
ReutersCAIRO, May 2 (Reuters) - Thousands of Egyptian hardline Islamists marched from a mosque in a Cairo suburb on Thursday night to the state security headquarters to protest against what they said was a return to the force's pre-revolution methods. The...
ReutersBy Ulf Laessing KHARTOUM, May 1 (Reuters) - For Sudanese businessman Mohamed Ali the tedium of the evening hours is finally over - his favourite shisha cafe in the capital Khartoum has reopened after a two-year break. "I come here every day. I love to...
Tags: Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Business, Government, National Government
Reuters(Repeats to additional subscribers, no change to story) * Growth seen at 2 pct in year to June, 3 pct next year * Currency to weaken to 7.38/dlr in June 2014 from 6.925 now * Inflation seen accelerating to 10.1 pct next year By Patrick Werr CAIRO,...
ReutersCAIRO, April 29 (Reuters) - Egypt said on Monday it was withdrawing from a second week of Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) talks in Geneva in protest at what it called the failure to implement a 1995 resolution for a Middle East free of nuclear weapons....
Tags: Israel, Egypt, Iran, Nuclear Weapons, Politics
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