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In Egypt’s gas industry, foreign investors rule

Since explorers first found natural gas beneath Egypt’s sand and water, the government has struggled to manage its relationship with...

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Demand grows and inequalities widen in Egypt’s gas industry

The simple act of turning on a stove can mean two very different things for Egyptian families. In one case,...

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Abu Qir clashes reveal tension between large projects and locals

ABU QIR — Raghab Masoud, a 27-year-old employee at Abu Qir power station, was on his way to work when...

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Wednesday's papers: Sinai whodunit

The blood-stained face of a fallen soldier and the seeping red that covers the floor around him fill the front-page...

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Qandil’s economic appointments maintain status quo in weakened govt

As Prime Minister Hesham Qandil was unveiling the new Cabinet, unrest ensued in parts of the country. One person died...

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Cheap food, to no end

Not much in the new small-to-medium-sized supermarket Zad hints at its religious or political affiliation. But the store, sitting unassumingly...

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Renaissance man: Gehad El Haddad works as the Islamist project’s pragmatist

Three weeks ago, Gehad El Haddad divided his time between volunteering for the Muslim Brotherhood and heading the Cairo office...

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Egyptian Business Development Association launching new projects

The Egyptian Business Development Association, led by Muslim Brotherhood businessman Hassan Malek, held a Ramadan iftar for its members on...

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Thursday’s papers: A question of who

When Hesham Qandil, a low-profile minister, was announced as the new prime minister two days ago, the question on everyone’s...

Nadine Marroushi Nadine Marroushi 9 years ago

Living on borrowed time: Morsy's political economics

President Mohamed Morsy is seeking to use public spending to build a base of support in diverse sectors of society,...

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Mubarak sons insider trading case begins, but is justice elusive?

The trial of Alaa and Gamal Mubarak, sons of the former president, and seven businessmen accused of insider trading to...

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Monday's papers: Morsy checkmates SCAF over Parliament

President Mohamed Morsy has only been in office for one week, but he has made a seemingly bold move to...

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In Tahrir, Islamists and revolutionaries in jubilation over Morsy win

On Sunday afternoon, Afaf Youssef, a 43-year-old woman from Gharbiya, sat in a makeshift tent of woolen blankets for rugs...

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Islamists dominate Tahrir sit-in against SCAF

A few thousand people from across Egypt responded to the Muslim Brotherhood’s call for a sit-in and protest in Tahrir...

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