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Abul Fotouh’s party calls for political solution, as well as inspection for weapons in pro-Morsi
Men accused of gathering children to take part in pro-Morsi sit-ins released from custody pending investigation
The army honoured the families of 16 soldiers killed last year in Ramadan
The interim cabinet ratified three new bills, restructuring the Supreme Press Council and the National Council for Human Rights
915 cases of customs evasion and violation between January and June
The EGX 30 index closed with a 1.5% surge at 5615.36 points on Tuesday, while the EGX 70 index, encompassing small and medium sized companies, saw a modest rise of 0.53%. The broader index EGX 100 increased by 0.71%.
Burns, Al-Nahyan and Al-Attiyah’s visits add to the increasing diplomatic presence in Egypt, which currently includes EU special representative, Bernadino Leon.
Court will investigate charges of inciting violence and killing protesters in front of the Brotherhood’s headquarters in Moqattam
The minister said such steps would spur development and industrial production, improve the performance of the economy and decrease the burdens on citizens.
12% expressed concern about crime and 7% about terrorism.
His arrival marks the first visit by a Qatari official since the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi on 3 July.
Court orders the release of Alexandrian political activist after six months in jail
Ministerial economic group to take measures to combat rising prices of consumer goods and food
The financial monthly bulletin issued by the Ministry of Finance showed the total issuance of bonds for May and June registered EGP 54.5m and 47.5m, respectively.
Kerry also said the interim government has a “responsibility with respect to demonstrators to give them the space to be able to demonstrate in peace.”
The retail store will be restored to public ownership
The Cairo-based club will meet Congolese Leopards on Sunday
Muslim Brotherhood spokesman denounces “double standards” in treating Rabaa and Tahrir sit-ins
Third biggest restructuring in ministry’s history
Human rights organisations call for police reform
Head of Arabian House of Consultancy for Financial and Economic Investment says aid a reflection of “a conflict, and to show loyalty and support to Egypt.”
Over 120,000 signatures have been collected so far
Egypt’s new Minister of Finance, Ahmed Galal, has chosen. He prefers a strategy of stimulating the economy over a focus on austerity. This is bold. It may not seem like it, especially in the midst of the manly, grand ultimatums we have seen in the last month, but in economic terms, it is. Pushing for …
Supporters and opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi continue to clash in several governorates following Friday demonstrations
The law will affect all new homeowners, who will pay a tax of 10% on the total value of their property.
Witness: “None of the assailants were arrested or charged with anything”
By Catherine Ashton Even in a country as turbulent as Egypt is today, some traditions transcend the sharpest divisions and provide brief periods of calm. Last week, on my drive into Cairo we saw very few cars. The city’s legendary traffic jams had disappeared. It was just after dusk. People were at home with their …
Galal downplayed the importance of resuming talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) over the country’s pending $4.8bn loan, which the previous government under former president Mohamed Morsi had been pursuing since August 2012.
Ibrahim: operations in Sinai are being prepared and homeland security administrations against extremist activities are essential
102,000 vehicles sold despite political turmoil