Egypt T-Bill Yields Still at Two-Year High, Foreigners Boycott
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Egypt raised 4.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($766 million) in treasury bills today, with yields holding around two-year highs, as the country struggles to recover from an uprising that ousted President Hosni Mubarak. ...

Egypt Treasury-Bill Yields Hold at Two-Year Highs as Foreigners Skip Sale
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Egypt raised 4.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($766 million) in treasury bills today, with yields holding around two-year highs, as the country struggles to recover from an uprising that ousted President Hosni Mubarak . ...

Mubarak fortune is 'groundless rumour': report (AFP)
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AFP - Talk of Hosni Mubarak having a multi-billion-dollar fortune is nothing but "a groundless rumour," a legal adviser to the former Egyptian president was quoted on Sunday as saying. ...

Egypt: army promises Hosni Mubarak he will not be prosecuted
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Egypt's military have promised to protect the ousted President, Hosni Mubarak, from prosecution and to allow him to live freely in retirement in his Sharm-el-Sheikh holiday home, sources have told The Daily Telegraph. ...

Howard Kurtz in Lara Logan Segment Says Schlussel's Conservative, Doesn't Mention Rosen's Liberal
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Howard Kurtz devoted a good part of "Reliable Sources" Sunday to the attack on CBS's Lara Logan when Egypt's Hosni Mubarak resigned as President. As he addressed some disgraceful comments made about the incident by members of the media, Kurtz made i ...

Egypt Prisoners To Be Released, According To Prime Minister
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CAIRO Feb 19 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq said on Saturday Egypt would release more than 200 political prisoners, saying only a few were detained during a popular uprising that toppled president Hosni Mubarak. ...

Egypt state media: Mubarak has no assets abroad (AP)
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AP - Egypt's ousted leader Hosni Mubarak has submitted a declaration of his wealth to authorities as he has every year since taking office in 1981, official media reported Sunday. ...

Talk Like An Egyptian
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When revolution came to Cairo, two groups panicked: Hosni Mubarak’s regime—and cable-TV bookers, who needed an infusion of Egypt experts. Qualifications: know Egypt well, ad-lib with aplomb, and speak without an impenetrable accent. Many answered the ...

In homage of Egyptian uprising, father names first-born daughter 'Facebook'
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A father in Egypt has named his daughter "Facebook," to commemorate the role of the social networking site in the uprising that eventually led to the "dethroning" of now former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. ...

Egypt state media: Mubarak has no assets abroad
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Egypt's official media say ousted leader Hosni Mubarak has submitted a declaration of his wealth to authorities as he has every year since taking office in 1981. ...

In homage of Egyptian uprising, father names first-born daughter 'Facebook'
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Follow me on TwitterA father in Egypt has named his daughter "Facebook," to commemorate the role of the social networking site in the uprising that eventually led to the "dethroning" of now former Egyptian President Hosni... Michael Santo February 20 ...

New party shows deep political change in new Egypt
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CAIRO (Reuters) - A court on Saturday approved a new political party that had sought a license for 15 years, making it the first to be recognized since Hosni Mubarak's overthrow and illustrating the political earthquake shaking the new Egypt. ...

Turkey plays growing role in Middle East
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As Egypt erupted a few weeks ago, one fellow Muslim country insistently called for President Hosni Mubarak to respond to popular demands: Turkey. ...

Turkey plays growing political role in Middle East
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As Egypt erupted a few weeks ago, one fellow Muslim country insistently urged President Hosni Mubarak to respond to popular demands. That country was Turkey. ...

Wanted: A GOP Savior
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Excited onlookers keep stopping Newt Gingrich to pose for photos or sign autographs after his long day bashing President Obama on everything from energy to Egypt. But when asked about his real agenda at the popular Conservative Political Action Confe ...

Egypt's stalled economy adds to its enormous challenge
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A week has passed since mass protests forced longtime leader Hosni Mubarak to resign. But much of Egypt's economy remains all but paralyzed from the monthlong political crisis, adding to the huge challenge the impoverished nation faces as it struggle ...

Ayman al-Zawahri Releases Video On Egypt Uprising
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CAIRO — Al-Qaida's deputy leader, Ayman al-Zawahri, issued the terror network's first message since the upheaval began in Egypt, saying the country's rule has long "deviated from Islam" and warning that democracy "can only be non-religious." The wave ...

Egypt officially recognizes moderate Islamic party
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A moderate Islamic party outlawed for 15 years was granted official recognition Saturday by an Egyptian court in a sign of increasing political openness after the fall of autocratic President Hosni Mubarak. ...

Sunni cleric who advocated violence returns to Egypt
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CAIRO - Sheik Yusuf al-Qaradawi, an influential Sunni cleric who is banned from the United States and Britain for supporting violence against Israel and American forces in Iraq, delivered his first public sermon here in 50 years yesterday, emerging a ...

Libya, Yemen crack down; Bahrain pulls back tanks
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(02-19) 12:22 PST CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- Security forces in Libya and Yemen fired on pro-democracy demonstrators Saturday as the two hard-line regimes struck back against the wave of protests that has already toppled... ...

Egypt's Labor Strikes: Bad for Economy or Sign of Democracy?
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Heady with new freedoms after President Hosni Mubarak's ouster, Egyptians have been taking to their streets in wide-reaching labor strikes demanding all the things they were too afraid to ask for before: better wages, benefits -- and respect. ...

Post-Mubarak, Egypt protesters now pushing army (AP)
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AP - A week after Hosni Mubarak's fall, the young activists who launched Egypt's uprising are pushing to ensure the final prize, a real democracy. But already they see threats. The new military rulers have not broken the former ruling party's hold a ...

Young Egypt musician's songs struck revolutionary chord
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'Leave' just came to him. Boiling with anger Feb. 1 after Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused to step down, Ramy Essam grabbed his guitar, banging out lyrics cobbled from chants in Tahrir Square. The song just came to him. Boiling with anger on ...


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