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The Turkish delegation plans to discuss the implementation of the items agreed upon in the memorandum of understanding.
Strike action planned against bylaws.
News of the arrest came hours after the authorities said Libya was still not fully liberated from Kadhafi’s legacy and warned that loyalists continued to pose an active threat, particularly in Bani Walid, one of his final strongholds.
Monescope Egypt, a monthly tracker of monetary developments attached to Belton Financial, reports that M2 grew 8.9 per cent in August, compared to 8.1 per cent in July.
Rights of workers, farmers, Nubians and the Sinai are the new party’s priorities
President promises to change Matruh’s governor,
Israel maintains Gaza blockade in face of international condemnation.
The Ministry of Finance’s head of the Public Debt Unit, Samy Khallaf, declared that a preliminary agreement has been reached with 10 international investment banks to carry out the procedures of issuing the first Egyptian Islamic Sukuk in international markets. The value of the projected Sukuk, Khallafa dded, would range from $750 million to $1 …
A popular committee to address workers’ grievances was formed on Wednesday, including Ahmed Mahmoud, secretary of the Freedom and Justice Party and Ahmed Abdel Raheem, member of the Shura Council.
Brahimi called on Monday for a temporary ceasefire during the four-day Eid al-Adha holiday starting on October 26.
The failed ouster of Abdel Meguid Mahmoud and the violence in Tahrir Sqaure dominate the Arabic opinion columns. The office of the president takes a bashing, as more than one writer wonders who is really in control.
Over the last few weeks, the Muslim Brotherhood has aligned with the Salafis in the Constitutional Assembly in order to pass articles that establish Al-Azhar as a religious authority above any elected institution.
Assembly struggles to pass constitution before dissolution.
The Turkish loan to Egypt has triggered a political crisis in Turkey.
Al-Saeed expects the market to resume its positive performance Wednesday despite price fluctuations.
Chairman refuses articles which they say limit their jurisdiction.
UN special envoy for Syria visits Cairo.
Israeli military patrols increased in Sinai.
A day after a crackdown against protesters with disabilities, the minister of interior met with representatives of people with disabilities.
Clinton’s move will be seen as an attempt to take the heat off the US president three weeks before he bids for re-election.
Columnists discuss the political failings of the new regime and how to overcome them, as well as the necessity of a new constitution for the success of the revolution and the deteriorating investment climate in Egypt.
Didn’t we have a revolution to make everything better?
Protest demands employment for disabled people.
Racism and discrimination has long been a problem in Egypt, particularly for Sudanese who have come to Egypt seeking a better life.
Baghdad, (AFP) — A spate of shootings and bombings targeting Iraqi security forces north of Baghdad on Monday killed at least eight people, while a prisoner on death row escaped from a police station south of the capital. The attacks, which killed four policemen and three anti-Qaeda militiamen, came after a deadly bombing targeted Iraqi …
Citadel Capital’s website reported in June that the firm has $9.5 billion invested in 15 different industries across 15 countries.
Daily News Egypt provides an analysis to the released constitutional draft
Workers still on strike cost the treasury up to EGP 15 million.
The Muslim Brotherhood was late to join, but they compensated with an active contribution through thwarting the latest attack of Mubarak’s regime during the day of the Battle of the Camel.
Mohamed Wadi’ back in prison after being hospitalised for a month.