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New York Times  6 hrs ago  Comment 
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi removed Gen. Mohamed Farid el-Tohamy, an influential mentor, and named Khaled Fawzy, a top deputy in the intelligence service, as his successor.
The Economic Times  Dec 21  Comment 
Egypt's stock market, which also began rebounding on Thursday, may get a further boost from news that Fitch upgraded Egypt's debt to B, citing encouraging government policies.
New York Times  Dec 21  Comment 
An aide to the interior minister gave a rare accounting of a crackdown in which those suspected of being militants and rioters were arrested over the past 12 months.
Forbes  Dec 18  Comment 
As the year is drawing to an end, the state of democracy and human rights across the globe appears bleak.  To give just a few examples, Russia, China, and Iran are actively working to limit the spread of democracy not only in their own countries,...
Reuters  Dec 18  Comment 
Breakfast cereal maker Kellogg Co has again raised its bid for Egyptian snack maker Bisco Misr, outbidding private equity group Abraaj for the third time and snatching the...
New York Times  Dec 17  Comment 
An administrative court on Tuesday overturned a special committee’s decisions to seize the assets of Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
Clusterstock  Dec 16  Comment 
By Stephen Kalin CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's national carrier said on Tuesday it had hired Texas-based airline advisory firm Sabre Airline Solutions to prepare a restructuring plan for the state-owned company, which has suffered about a billion...
New York Times  Dec 16  Comment 
Michele Dunne, a former American diplomat, was turned away at the Cairo airport in a move that had been seen as possible evidence of the military’s crackdown on dissent.
New York Times  Dec 15  Comment 
Michele Dunne, a former American diplomat, was turned away at the Cairo airport in a move that had been seen as possible evidence of the military’s crackdown on dissent.
New York Times  Dec 14  Comment 
A new bonanza of resources could improve the nation’s ties with Egypt, Jordan and even the Palestinian Authority. The linchpin of this diplomatic push: an oil company in Texas.




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