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Brotherhood chief slams TV show

Others | 16 August 2010
CAIRO--Chief of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's banned-yet-influential opposition power, has lashed out at el-Gamaa "The Group", a serial being shown on several TV stations in Egypt and the Arab world... More

Campaigns for Egypt opposition, regime supporters on the rise

Others | 16 August 2010
Collecting signatures for petitions and distributing leaflets have recently become trademarks of street politics in Egypt among both regime supporters and opposition, said Egypt's paper almasri alyoum .. More

Egypt NDP calls for abolishment of petroleum subsidy

Others | 16 August 2010
The energy committee of Egypt's National Democratic Party has called for the abolition of the subsidies on petroleum products over the next five years.. More

Ghali :soon pensioners cashing electronically

Others | 15 August 2010
Egyptian Minister of Finance Youssef Boutros Ghali said Friday that 1.5 million pensioners will very soon be cashing their monthly payments electronically... More

Egyptians ready for Youth Olympics

Others | 15 August 2010
SINGAPORE - When Jihan El Midany leads the Egyptian delegation into Saturday's opening ceremony of the inaugural Youth Olympics, it will be a historic moment for her country... More

Cairo pushes 'peace' talks with Israel

Others | 15 August 2010
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak has held separate meetings with head of Palestinian Authority (PA) and Jordan's King to push for "progress" in the Israeli-Palestinian talks... More

State using wanted Bedouins to search for rocket suspects, claims Sinai source

Others | 12 August 2010
CAIRO: The state is using Bedouins tried in absentia and wanted by the courts to track the assailants behind recent rocket attacks on Jordan and Israel, a source in Sinai told Daily News Egypt... More

Editor denies rumors about sale of El-Dostor newspaper

Others | 12 August 2010
CAIRO: The recent news about a purchase deal of daily independent El-Dostor newspaper is nothing but a rumor, editor-in-chief Ibrahim Eissa told Daily News Egypt Tuesday... More

Egypt and US unite to protect Afghan wheat, as Egyptians fear wheat crisis at home

Others | 12 August 2010
CAIRO: Afghanistan’s entire wheat crop may be at risk of devastation from a wheat rust disease called Ug-99, which originated in Uganda in 1999, said Egyptian and US officials at a press conference held Tuesday at the Ministry of Agriculture... More

Ruling in Madinaty land sale on Sept 14

Others | 11 August 2010
CAIRO- Egypt's High Administrative Court delayed a ruling on the appeal of Talaat Moustafa Group's (TMG) Madinaty land deal case until September 14, the court said on Tuesday... More

Increase of suicide crimes among youth .. raises Egyptians' worries

Others | 11 August 2010
Cairo – Egypt during the recent years witnessed the widespread of suicide crimes among youth of males and females as well, the matter which raised worries among people, said the Egyptian psychological Dr Khalil Fadil... More

30 protest against soaring food prices with empty plates, spoons

Others | 11 August 2010
CAIRO: A small group of protestors held a sit-in in front of the Cabinet of Ministers on Monday against the significant increase in food prices before Ramadan... More

Egypt's Wafd against hereditary succession

Others | 10 August 2010
CAIRO- Al Wafd, Egypt's largest liberal party, Sunday night said it opposed hereditary succession in Egypt. "Egypt is not a building or property to be passed on from one person to another," el-Sayed el-Badawi, the chairman of the party told a rally of Egypt's opposition on potential guarantees for elections. .. More

Northern border an emergency zone: Egypt

Others | 10 August 2010
Egypt's security deployed several hundred extra forces on its northern border on Thursday, declaring the area under "extreme emergency" following what officials said was the launch of rockets from the area earlier in the week, said Ma'an.. More

Chairman of Ahly club travels to Algeria

Others | 10 August 2010
CAIRO-In an attempt to ease the tension between Egypt and Algeria, Ahly president Hassan Hamdi decided to head his side's contingent that will travel to JS Kabylie in mid-August... More

Egypt will not raise local wheat prices

Others | 9 August 2010
CAIRO- Egypt will not raise local wheat prices or cut bread subsidies after a Russian wheat export ban sent world prices.. More

Delta workers threaten mass suicide

Others | 9 August 2010
EL-MAHALLAH - Workers in a Nile Delta ginning company briefly blocked the main roads Saturday, threatening to commit suicide under trains over a dispute with their employer over paying their wages... More

Somali pirates hijack sugar cargo ship with 24 Egyptian and Syrian crew, says EU

Others | 9 August 2010
A picture released on Aug. 6 by the EU Navfor shows Spanish frigate SPS Victoria tracking a pirate skiff (bottom) on Aug. 3 in the Gulf of Aden. The Spanish warship foiled an attack on a Norwegian chemical tanker in the Gulf of Aden, holding seven suspected Somali pirates pending possible prosecution. (AFP Photo/ EU NAVFOR).. More

Egyptian popular movements hold the government responsible for prices hike

Others | 8 August 2010
Cairo – An Egyptian political front called “The Free Country”, held the government responsible for prices hike calling the Egyptians for joining a demonstration next Monday under the motto “We became hungry”... More

An hour backward in Egypt as of Wed

Others | 8 August 2010
CAIRO - The Egyptian Government made the decision to set the clocks an hour backward starting from Wednesday until September 9. Ramadan is set to start next Wednesday... More

Protest group denies polarisation

Others | 8 August 2010
CAIRO - A co-Founder of a youth movement, using the Internet to press for political change in Egypt, has said that his group is completely independent from other opposition powers... More