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Egypt considers raising $2.5 billion as economic pressure builds
Egypt is considering raising a loan of about $2.5 billion, according to people with knowledge of the plans, as economic pressure in the North African nation intensifies.
Iran rejects ‘biased’ accusations at Manama meeting
Iran dismissed as “baseless, biased and unconstructive” a joint statement by Bahrain and Egypt about the Islamic Republic’s nuclear and defense doctrines.
Lebanon, Syria, Egypt sign gas import agreement
Lebanon, Syria and Egypt on Tuesday agreed to ship 650 million cubic metres of natural gas per year from Egypt to Lebanon via Syria, in an effort to address Lebanon's crippling blackouts with electricity and gas transfers.
Egypt expects Suez Canal revenues to hit $7b by end of fiscal year
Egypt expects the Suez Canal's revenues to reach about $7 billion by the end of the current fiscal year, Finance Minister Mohamed Maait said on Saturday.
Egypt says terrorists kill 11 troops east of Suez Canal
At least 11 Egyptian troops, including an officer, were killed Saturday in a terrorist attack on a water pumping station east of the Suez Canal, the military said.
New Louvre exhibition in Paris honours Egyptian pharaoh Taharqa
The reign of Taharqa, pharaoh of Egypt and the Kingdom of Kush, is the focus of a new exhibition at the Louvre museum in Paris.
Egypt revives ancient road connecting Luxor and Karnak
A restored road connecting two ancient Egyptian temple complexes in Karnak and Luxor was unveiled in a lavish ceremony aimed at raising the profile of one of Egypt's top tourist spots.
Egypt opens ancient tomb of King Djoser after restoration
Egypt showcased an ancient tomb structure belonging to the cemetery complex of King Djoser, a pharaoh who lived more than 4,500 years ago, following extensive restorations of the site.
Egypt papyrus makers keep tradition alive despite tourism slump
In the lush green fields of Egypt's fertile Delta Valley, farmers and artisans are struggling to make a living as they keep alive the Pharaonic-era tradition of making papyrus.
Egypt's ancient King Khufu's Boat moved from Giza pyramids to new home
King Khufu's Boat, an ancient vessel that is the oldest and largest wooden boat discovered in Egypt, was painstakingly moved from its longstanding home next to the Giza pyramids to a nearby giant museum, officials said.
Iraq, Egypt, Jordan agree to boost security, economic ties
Egypt, Jordan and Iraq agreed to bolster security and economic cooperation at a tripartite summit on Sunday that saw an Egyptian head of state visit Iraq for the first time in three decades.
Hamas chief to visit Egypt for talks on Gaza reconstruction
Hamas political chief Ismail Haniyeh will visit Egypt within days for talks on the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip following a recent Israeli onslaught, the Palestinian resistance group said.
Erdogan: Turkey wants to restore ‘historic’ friendship with Egypt
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday said Turkey wanted to reinforce efforts to restore the "historic" friendship with Egypt, after the two regional rivals held their first direct talks in eight years.

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