Eight people were killed on Saturday after a shell landed on a house in southern Rafah, in the north of Sinai, eye witnesses and medical sources said.
DUBAI, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Egypt's blue-chip stock index tumbled 3.4 percent by the early afternoon on Thursday after Reuters reported that authorities were cons
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt is considering temporarily reintroducing a stamp duty on stock market transactions after the tax was frozen in 2014, two finance ministr
Egypt will scrap its remaining caps on transfers and deposits of foreign currency by the end of June and overhaul its oil sector under an IMF agreement.
Egypt's economy will expand 3.9 percent in the fiscal year ending in June, missing the government's target of around 5 percent
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will restore hundreds of coffins dating back thousands of years to the time of the pharaohs as part of a joint American-Egyptian project
Egypt will fix its customs dollar exchange rate and adjust it on a monthly basis to help importers better cope with pricing of their products
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will reshuffle his cabinet soon, he told state newspapers in an interview published on Tuesday.
Egypt's state buyer GASC received sales offers from seven suppliers in an international tender to purchase wheat on Saturday, traders said.