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Egypt's army-installed government unveiled a timetable to pay $3 billion of $6.3 billion it owes to foreign oil firms on Thursday, part of a campaign to revive confidence in an economy hammered by three years of political turmoil.
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Despite the diplomatic conflict between Ankara and Cairo, Turkey will maintain its current visa regime for Egyptian citizens, the Foreign Ministry has stated in response to a parliamentary question Today`s Zaman reported.
My family has travelled all over the world. Egypt, being one of my favorites. This was taken in Abu Simbel located in Southern Eypt about 15 miles from the Sudanese boarder.
STEVEN A. COOK is the Hasib J. Sabbagh Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations.
An attorney says a New York train engineer experienced a nod or "a daze" before his train derailed at a curve, killing four passengers.
Multiple tombs await discovery in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, say researchers working on the most extensive exploration project in the valley since the 1920s.
"It's very rare, especially in a country like ours and at the present moment, to find initiatives willing to support young filmmakers with no previous work of their own," said Sondos Shabayek, director of Women in the New Egypt, a project launched by Misr International Films and the British embassy in Cairo, aims to change that, by bringing short ... (more)
In a video released to jihadist forums on Dec. 1, Ansar Jerusalem showed some of its recent attacks in North Sinai against Egyptian security personnel along with footage of some of its fighters training.
Egypt's interim President Adly Mansour receives a finalised draft constitution from Constituent Assembly Chairman Amr Moussa, during their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Cairo yesterday.
A grainy video circulating widely on social media has heightened concerns that police in the new Egypt are relying on old ways.
Members of Egypt's constitutional assembly finish their vote during the closing session at the Shura Council in Cairo, Egypt, December 1, 2013 .
DOHA: Muslim Brotherhood-linked theologian Yusuf al-Qaradawi has resigned from the governing body of Cairo's Al-Azhar, accusing the top Sunni seat of learning of supporting Egypt's military-installed government.
Egypt has postponed any decision on taking a $4.8 billion loan from the IMF as financial aid from Gulf states has given Cairo some breathing space as it starts to conduct economic reforms, Deputy Prime Minister Ziad Bahaa El-Din said on Tuesday.
Supporters of 28-year-old blogger Khaled Said who died following police questioning before the revolution in 2010, run away from tear gas during a demonstration outside the criminal court in the northern coastal city of Alexandria yesterday.
File- Supporters of the Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi perform prayers during a protest to show support to him at the Raba El-Adwyia mosque square in Cairo.
Egyptian security forces detain one of the protesters demonstrating against the government in Talaat Harb Square in Cairo on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013.