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  1. Netanyahu welcomes warming ties between Israel and EgyptRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Al Bawaba

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday praised warming relations with Egypt and its president, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who ousted an Islamist government seen as hostile to ties between the neighbours. Egypt was the first of a handful of Arab countries to recognise Israel, in 1979, but the downfall of Hosni Mubarak in 2011 brought to power the government of Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood, straining relations with Israel.

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  2. DNC Speech: Hillary Clinton Deletes Failures as Secretary of StateRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Breitbart.com

    Notoriously missing from Hillary Clinton's acceptance speech here at the Democratic National Convention was a list of any significant accomplishments from her time as Secretary of State. One of those times she stated, "I have to tell you, as your Secretary of State, I went to 112 countries, and when people hear those words - they hear America."

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  3. Israel's Netanyahu celebrates warming ties with Sisi's EgyptRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Reuters

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday praised warming relations with Egypt and its president, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who ousted an Islamist government seen as hostile to ties between the neighbors. Egypt was the first of a handful of Arab countries to recognize Israel, in 1979, but the downfall of Hosni Mubarak in 2011 brought to power the government of Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood, straining relations with Israel.

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  4. UPDATE 1-Egypt central bank keeps key interest rates unchangedRead the original story

    Thursday | Reuters

    Egypt's central bank kept its key interest rates unchanged on Thursday, two days after Cairo said it was close to a three-year $12 billion IMF lending deal to ease its funding problems and restore market stability. Egypt said on Tuesday it was seeking to secure an IMF loan program which would extend $4 billion a year at an interest rate of 1 or 1.5 percent.

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  5. Egypt auditor, sacked by Sisi, convicted of lying about mass corruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Star Online

    Egypt's former top auditor, who was sacked after he said corruption had cost the country $68 billion in four years, was sentenced to jail on Thursday for spreading false news, judicial sources said. President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi sacked Hisham Geneina, head of the Central Auditing Organisation, in March.

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  6. Egypt's IMF talks give hope but only reform will trigger investmentRead the original story

    Thursday | Reuters

    The prospect of a $12 billion IMF loan has boosted the mood in Egyptian business circles but it will not translate into foreign investment or inflows until Cairo implements tough reforms and resolves its currency crisis. Egypt said late on Tuesday it was seeking $4 billion a year over three years from the International Monetary Fund to help plug a funding gap.

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  7. UPDATE 1-Egypt expects to get at least $2 bln within 2 months of agreeing IMF loanRead the original story

    Thursday | Reuters

    Egypt expects to receive at least $2 billion within two months of agreeing a three-year $12 billion loan programme with the International Monetary Fund, a senior finance ministry official said on Thursday. Egypt announced late on Tuesday it was seeking $4 billion a year over three years from the International Monetary Fund to help plug a funding gap and restore market stability.

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  8. Egypt Christians look to new law to end discriminationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Times of Israel

    On a recent Sunday in southern Egypt, dozens of Coptic Christians gathered for mass next to the charred remains of a wooden structure they once used as a chapel. A priest and five white-clad deacons began chanting around a simple wooden altar as the sun beat down on the remains of the makeshift chapel, which was torched two months ago.

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  9. Time to Say Thank You and Goodbye to Sen. McCaina a Gohmert Endorses Ward for AZ SenateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Breitbart.com

    John McCain was a pilot in Viet Nam and there is no question that he and his fellow POWs suffered immeasurably in the Hanoi Hilton. For that we owe them all a debt of gratitude. 1 comment

  10. Sisi, the peace brokerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Jerusalem Post

    Arafat is no longer around and neither is Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, and Liberman too might not be the same old Liberman we know from yesteryear. Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, in a May 17 speech, said new opportunities now exist to promote peace between Israel and the Palestinians, and warmer relations with Arab states.

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  11. Egypt asks IMF for $12 billion loan amid struggling economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Post-Bulletin

    Egypt is in the "final stages" of negotiating an agreement with the International Monetary Fund to secure a $12 billion loan over three years, while targeting more loans totaling $7 billion annually, according to a Cabinet statement. President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi held a Cabinet meeting Wednesday to discuss economic developments, including the IMF loan.

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  12. Egypt Stocks Rise Most in World as Bonds Rally on IMF Loan TalksRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 27 | The Washington Post

    Egyptian stocks and bonds rallied after the government said it's negotiating with the International Monetary Fund for a loan to help revive its battered economy, prompting speculation that a currency devaluation is imminent. The EGX 30 Index rose the most in more than four months, registering the biggest gain among more than 90 gauges tracked by Bloomberg globally, after the government said it's negotiating a $12 billion loan agreement with the IMF as part of a plan to raise $21 billion over three years.

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  13. Egypt Asks IMF for a 3-year Loan to Help Struggling EconomyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | News Max

    Egypt is in the "final stages" of negotiating an agreement with the International Monetary Fund to secure a much-needed loan of up to $7 billion per year, according to a Cabinet statement. President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi held a Cabinet meeting Wednesday to discuss economic developments, including the sought-after three-year IMF loan.

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  14. Egypt talks for $12 billion IMF loan are in - final stages'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Times of Oman

    Egypt is scrambling to increase its foreign-currency resources to ease a shortage that has stifled economic activity and fueled speculation of another imminent devaluation, or even flotation, of the pound. Photo - Bloomberg News Egypt is scrambling to increase its foreign-currency resources to ease a shortage that has stifled economic activity and fueled speculation of another imminent devaluation, or even flotation, of the pound.

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  15. Economists expect Egypt's central bank to hold rate at Thursday meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | AME Info

    Economists expect Egypt's central bank to keep rates unchanged at its monetary policy committee meeting on Thursday, after it raised rates by 100 basis points at its last meeting. The central bank put up its key rates by 100 basis points to their highest level in years at its last MPC meeting on June 16, a move economists said was meant to rein in surging inflation and ease downward pressure on the Egyptian pound.

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  16. Egypt's Central Bank expected to maintain rate at monetary policy meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Al Bawaba

    Egypt, which has been facing foreign currency shortages, devalued the pound to 8.78 in March then hiked key rates by 150 basis points just days later to control inflation. Economists expect Egypt's central bank to keep rates unchanged at its monetary policy committee meeting on Thursday, after it raised rates by 100 basis points at its last meeting.

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  17. Hillary's Foreign Policy LegacyRead the original story

    Monday Jul 25 | The Daily Caller

    It's going to be fun watching Hillary supporters twist themselves into pretzels this week trying to "prove" that the world is not going to hell in a hand basket because of failed American leadership. of Mrs. Clinton and President Obama's feckless leadership that has got Democrats worried.

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  18. The Crisis of Political IslamRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | Wall Street Journal

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  19. If Only Morsi had Understood the Threat...:Read the original story

    Sunday Jul 24 | BrothersJudd Blog

    Supporters of Turkey's ruling and main opposition parties, usually bitter foes, were set to rally together on Sunday in support of democracy following a failed military coup as President Tayyip Erdogan tightens his grip on the country. In another demonstration of unity after the coup, which was staged by a faction within the armed forces, the head of Turkey's air force issued a rare statement stressing "absolute obedience" to the chief of the military General Staff.

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  20. Swiss Leaks revisited: Strong Egyptian presence in banking scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Al Bawaba

    In early February 2015, tens of thousands of financial documents were leaked to the public exposing secretive HSBC Switzerland bank accounts used by over 100,000 clients worldwide for illicit activities such as money laundering and tax evasion. Known as the Swiss Leaks , the documents have taken on a new importance after the discovery of a heavy Egyptian presence among them: over 1,400 bank accounts belonging to 700 customers with total deposits reaching $3.5 billion.

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