Lawyers trail physicians in pay leads news summary including efforts to lower fines, Egyptian court sentences blogger and jailed sect leader tries to speak.
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September 2, 2013 Comments Off on Terrorism charges stay against extradited Egyptian, federal judge rules
NEW YORK — A federal judge on Friday refused to toss out terrorism charges facing an Egyptian Islamic preacher extradited from Great Britain and said she’ll decide during a trial next year whether government references to al-Qaida being led by ...Read More »
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September 15, 2011 Comments Off on Deserted pyramids, ‘revolution specials’ in Egypt
May 24, 2011 Comments Off on 7 tombs in Egypt’s New Kingdom Cemetery open to tourists
CAIRO — The tombs of seven men, including several who served King Tutankhamen and his father, the pharaoh Akhenaten, were opened to tourists on Monday after restoration. Egypt’s minister of antiquities, Zahi Hawass, told reporters that the tombs in the ...Read More »
May 8, 2011 Comments Off on US tour operators looking to resume tours to Egypt
CAIRO — U.S. tour operators and Egyptian officials are hoping to convince hesitant international travelers that Egypt is now safe and stable enough to resume large-scale tourism. A delegation of representatives from the U.S. tourism industry visited the country over ...Read More »
April 21, 2011 Comments Off on Inside the First Amendment: Internet access means trouble for dictators
More than 2 billion people across the globe have Internet access and there are some 5 billion mobile-phone subscriptions, according to the 2010 Human Rights Report released this month by the U.S. Department of State. As we saw in Tunisia ...Read More »
February 11, 2011 Comments Off on Stocks rally after Mubarak relinquishes power
NEW YORK — News that Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak resigned sent stocks modestly higher around the world Friday. Investors were waiting to see if the unrest in Egypt might still spread to other countries. Markets had been lower earlier Friday ...Read More »
February 4, 2011 Comments Off on Report: Egypt protests cost $310M per day
CAIRO — Credit Agricole says Egypt’s ongoing political crisis is costing the country at least $310 million per day. In a report released Friday, the investment bank said it was revising down its forecast for Egypt’s economic growth to 3.7 ...Read More »
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