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  1. After 3 Decades Away, Scholar of Islamic Finance Returns to Egypt as a ProvostRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Chronicle.com

    Mahmoud A. El-Gamal, an economist who hadn't lived in Egypt for almost 30 years, says his interest in becoming provost of the American University in Cairo surprised even himself. But "if I'm going to contribute to any improvement in Egypt, it will be within that little crucible of AUC," he says.

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  2. Moody's raises Egypt's outlook to stable from negative but keeps government bond ...Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News

    Moody's Investor Services said Egypt's political and security situation has stabilized, raising the country's outlook from negative to stable. The influential international ratings agency credits, "the launch of government initiatives toward fiscal consolidation, signs of a growth recovery and an improvement in macroeconomic stability" for its revised assessment, which was announced on Monday.

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  3. Soccer and militant Islam intersect in incidents across the Middle EastRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Switched

    A successful soccer player near the peak of his career, 22-year Nidhal Selmi died last week a foreign fighter for the Islamic State, the jihadist group that controls a swath of Syria and Iraq. His death followed that of Tunisian handball goalkeeper Ahmed Yassin and Ahmed El-Darawi, a former policeman and Islamist parliamentary candidate who arranged soccer sponsorships for the Egyptian affiliate of Dubai telecommunications company Etisalat.

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  4. Egyptian students launch new protest campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Al Bawaba

    Egyptian students have launched a week-long "breaking the siege" campaign in protest against security forces' tight grip on university campuses across Egypt, Press TV reports. The students affiliated with the anti-Coup Alliance have gathered at Al-Azhar University, as well as the universities of Alexandria and Cairo.

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  5. Reuters Summit-Egypt planning minister calls for legal review, "economic revolution"Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | AlertNet

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  6. SUMMIT-Egyptian developer SODIC to invest $336 mln in 2015, sees property boomRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Reuters

    SODIC, one of Egypt's largest listed real estate developers, plans to invest 2.4 billion Egyptian pounds in 2015 and is hunting for new projects as the sector recovers from three years of turmoil, its managing director said. Egypt's once-booming construction sector was hit hard by the 2011 revolt that ended Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule but ushered in a period of economic and political volatility.

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  7. Global Agenda, 4:46 AMBritain Set to Order Crackdown on Muslim BrotherhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    The British government will order a crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood and a network of Islamist groups accused of fuelling extremism in Britain and across the Arab world, The Telegraph reported on Sunday. Prime Minister David Cameron launched an inquiry into the Brotherhood earlier this year, prompted by concerns it was stoking an Islamist ideology that had encouraged British jihadists to fight in Syria and Iraq.

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  8. It is hard to believe, but Egypt is now dependent on Israel for gas instead of the other way around.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Jewish Press

    Meir Panim implements programs that serve Israel's neediest populations with respect and dignity. Meir Panim also coordinated care packages for families in the South during the Gaza War.

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  9. A Thousand Times More Dangerous Than ISISRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Townhall

    Several years ago, the Israeli satirical series, Latma, produced this funny sketch on the Iranian mullahs' push for a nuclear bomb. "The bomb, the bomb, I'll get the bomb.

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  10. Morsi says he is still Egypt's 'president'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Trend

    Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi on Saturday insisted that he was still his country's legitimate president as he stood trial on charges of breaking jail upon the uprising that toppled longstanding president Hosni Mubarak in 2011, a judicial source said, Anadolu agency reported. The source added that Morsi said that he did not recognize the court that was trying him and 130 other people on charges of breaking his jail cell during the January 25 popular uprising in 2011.

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  11. Ahmed Mansour denies Egyptian coup regime's claims Sentenced to...Read the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Newstime Africa

    Egyptian TV presenter and Al Jazeera Arabic interviewer Ahmed Mansour, who has been sentenced in absentia to 15 years in prison by Cairo's criminal court, has denied allegations he detained and tortured a lawyer in Tahrir Square in the Egyptian capital during the January 25 uprising in 2011. Mansour, commonly known to be a Muslim Brotherhood member, told Anadolu Agency on Saturday: "This is a baseless, fabricated totally false allegation which I didn't even know about until my name was listed in the case file and began to be talked about in the media.

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  12. Egyptian Paper Reports 'Apology' To New York Times In English That Is Unapologetic In ArabicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Switched

    A war of words seems to be brewing between Egypt's top state newspaper Al Ahram and The New York Times. On Oct. 9, Al Ahram published a story that mistranslated portions of an earlier Times article by Cairo bureau chief David Kirkpatrick about Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's speech at the U.N. in late September.

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  13. The WilliesNOWHERE to GoRead the original story

    Feb 18, 2011 | American Reporter

    Lara Logan, CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent, was beaten and sexually assaulted on Feb. 11, while on assignment in Cairo to report on the revolution on the day Hosni Mubarak resigned as president. Logan, according to an official CBS announcement, was attacked by a group of about 200 Egyptians and "suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating before being saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 Egyptian soldiers."

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  14. Passings: David Sanchez-JuliaoWISDOM of the StreetRead the original story

    Feb 11, 2011 | American Reporter

    Feb. 11, 2011, will be a day that will live forever in the hearts of Egyptians - the day that Hosni Mubarak finally swept into the dust heap of fallen tyrants. The bravery shown by ordinary Egyptians against incredible odds was amazing to see.

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  15. MediaTHE Voice of the MomentRead the original story

    Feb 10, 2011 | American Reporter

    Now that Hosni Mubarak has stepped down and his regime is falling with him, will Israel be less secure? Even with its powerful army, navy and air force, nuclear arsenal and shrewd, capable leaders - and their steadfast American ally - they say yes. Because that position implicitly urged the United States to keep the Mubarak regime in power until today, Israel is becoming the enemy of those in Egypt who fought to oust Mubarak - and its campaign against the Egyptian pro-democracy forces is thus a very dangerous one.

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  16. ConstanceTHE Last Blue RibbonRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2011 | American Reporter

    We have seen the Tiananman Square which few Chinese have ever seen or known about or understand. Their government has made sure of that.

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  17. Brasch WordsFOOTBALL, Fraternities and Other Intellectual ConcernsRead the original story

    Jan 31, 2011 | American Reporter

    ANGEL FIRE, N.M., Jan. 31, 2011 -- Looting, civil unrest, and a perceived lack of direction of the "revolutionary" movement in Egypt seem to have forced America and others to rethink their relationship to President Hosni Mubarak, and revealed the sad truths of the "Gimmetocracy." I listened to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton make the rounds of talking head shows this Sunday morning, and actually heard the opposite of what seemed like President Obama's Friday night tacit endorsement of a peaceful overthrow of longtime ally Mubarak.

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  18. Dark HumorMEMO to Mubarak: How to Get Out AliveRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2011 | American Reporter

    The demonstrators in Cairo met by riot police, tear gas, and a gathering of soldiers and tanks should remind American and other diplomats of events 58 years ago this month, when Lt. Col. Gamal Abdel Nasser Hussein shook up Egypt, the Suez Canal and the world.

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  19. Deja vu in Syria: revolt, chaos, extremist rule?Read the original story

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Washington Times

    At the outset of the Arab Spring, when the Tunisians successfully and speedily overthrew the government of Zine El-Abidine in a huge popular uprising, commentators from all over the Middle East were taken by surprise at the ease with which a well-entrenched Tunisian state had been overcome by a massive tide of popular discontent. Members of the Syrian opposition, especially those residing in Europe, pointed to the "psychological barriers of fear" in the minds of Middle Easterners which, they claimed, had until then exaggerated the power and strength of the existing political regimes in the area.

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  20. Egypt Shipping Report Q4 2014 - New Market Research ReportRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | PR-inside.com

    Political uncertainty will continue to affect the Egyptian economy in 2014 as the country continues through its rocky transitional period towards democracy. However, the election of former field marshall Sisi to the presidency following elections at the end of May will serve to reduce political risk and will introduce a measure of stability not seen since the ouster of President Mubarak in 2011.

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