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  1. On Native GroundEGYPT and the Triumph of People PowerRead the original story

    Feb 17, 2011 | American Reporter

    Lara Logan, CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent, was beaten and sexually assaulted on Feb. 11, while on assignment in Cairo to report on the revolution on the day Hosni Mubarak resigned as president. Logan, according to an official CBS announcement, was attacked by a group of about 200 Egyptians and "suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating before being saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 Egyptian soldiers."

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  2. N.y.S.E. Bought Out by Germany's Frankfurt EchangeRead the original story

    Feb 11, 2011 | American Reporter

    FEB. 11, 2011 -- Vast, cheering throngs jammed Tahrir Square in Cairo today to celebrate the liberation of their country from the autocratic, corruption-ridden and deadly rule of President Hosni Mubarak after 18 days of peaceful demonstrations forced the Egyptian Army to remove him. Where just a week ago the streets erupted with Molotov cocktails and tear gas, mass arrests of journalists and cold-blooded murder of unarmed protestors, today's post-prayer rallies brought millions to Cairo's jam-packed streets waving flags and banners, crying, cheering and waving their arms wildly in the air, praising God and shooting fireworks into the night sky.

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  3. Egyptian woman tops squash world rankingRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | WQXI-AM Atlanta

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  4. Mideast gas race tightens as Egypt to keep Eni find for itselfRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    Eni's Bouri Offshore oil terminal is seen off the Libyan coast, in the Mediterranean sea. The Italian energy company Eni SpA announced it has discovered a "supergiant" natural gas field off Egypt, describing it as the "largest-ever" found in the Mediterranean Sea.

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  5. Egypt to keep Eni's find for itself, stiffening gas race in the Middle EastRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | World Oil

    Egypt plans to keep all the natural gas produced at a giant field Eni SpA found off its Mediterranean coast to itself, heightening competition among gas producers in the Middle East and Africa. "This field is now in competition with the ones in Cyprus, Israel, Mozambique, Tanzania and Iran," Thierry Bros, an analyst at Societe Generale SA in Paris, said Tuesday by e-mail.

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  6. Egypt to Keep Eni's Find for Itself, Stiffening Mideast Gas RaceRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Egypt plans to keep all the natural gas produced at a giant field Eni SpA found off its Mediterranean coast to itself, heightening competition among gas producers in the Middle East and Africa. "This field is now in competition with the ones in Cyprus, Israel, Mozambique, Tanzania and Iran," Thierry Bros, an analyst at Societe Generale SA in Paris, said Tuesday by e-mail.

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  7. Massive Gas Find Promises To Ease Egypt's Fuel CrisisRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Manufacturing.net

    The discovery of a huge gas field off Egypt's coast promises to ease a long-running fuel crisis and boost the economy after years of unrest, but it will take years to develop and won't bring Gulf-style riches to the Arab world's most populous country, experts said Monday. The new "supergiant" offshore Zohr field, revealed a day earlier by Italy's Eni SpA and billed as the "largest-ever" found in the Mediterranean Sea, could alleviate Egypt's need for gas imports in the coming years, when a booming population will lead to a spike in domestic demand.

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  8. Egypt bulldozing along Gaza to stop tunnelsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | NWAonline

    Egyptian military bulldozers have been digging through the sand along Egypt's border with the Gaza Strip in recent days, pressing ahead with what appears to be a renewed campaign to pressure Gaza's Hamas rulers and stamp out militant activity along the border. The project, billed as an Egyptian military-operated fish farm, would fill the border area with water and is designed to put an end to the last remaining cross-border underground smuggling tunnels, Egyptian military officials said.

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  9. Music ReviewTHE Front Porch Country Band Shines on "Here We Go Again"Read the original story

    17 hrs ago | American Reporter

    The President has already met with his top military and civilian defense advisors and has ordered a surge in U.S. troop deployment in Afghanistan, so what I have to say to him is too late to make much difference. After months of deliberation, another 30,000 troops are on their way to a nation that in the space of a decade has become a fractured pawn in the game that Islamic extremists play.

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  10. Egypt Plans to Use Natural Gas Find for Itself for Next 10 YearsRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Egypt plans to use all of the natural gas discovered by Eni SpA to meet domestic demand for more than 10 years, according to Hamdy Abdel Aziz, a spokesman for the country's Petroleum Ministry. "All the production will go to internal consumption," Abdel Aziz said by phone from Cairo on Tuesday.

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  11. Egypt: to go or not go?Read the original story

    Friday Aug 21 | Xtra!

    It's among the world's most ancient travel destinations, fascinating everyone from the Greeks to the Victorians. Yet Egypt, the most populous Arab nation, has been in turmoil since the Jan 25, 2011, revolution that ousted president-for-life Hosni Mubarak.

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  12. On Native GroundEGYPT and the Triumph of People PowerRead the original story

    Feb 17, 2011 | American Reporter

    Lara Logan, CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent, was beaten and sexually assaulted on Feb. 11, while on assignment in Cairo to report on the revolution on the day Hosni Mubarak resigned as president. Logan, according to an official CBS announcement, was attacked by a group of about 200 Egyptians and "suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating before being saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 Egyptian soldiers."

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  13. Full-Time Employee VS. Business OwnerRead the original story

    Feb 11, 2011 | American Reporter

    Feb. 11, 2011, will be a day that will live forever in the hearts of Egyptians - the day that Hosni Mubarak finally swept into the dust heap of fallen tyrants. The bravery shown by ordinary Egyptians against incredible odds was amazing to see.

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  14. The WeathermanWORSE Winters Wait Ahead, Forecaster SaysRead the original story

    Feb 4, 2011 | American Reporter

    We have seen the Tiananman Square which few Chinese have ever seen or known about or understand. Their government has made sure of that.

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  15. Make My DayWARNING: Top Secret ColumnRead the original story

    Jan 31, 2011 | American Reporter

    ANGEL FIRE, N.M., Jan. 31, 2011 -- Looting, civil unrest, and a perceived lack of direction of the "revolutionary" movement in Egypt seem to have forced America and others to rethink their relationship to President Hosni Mubarak, and revealed the sad truths of the "Gimmetocracy." I listened to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton make the rounds of talking head shows this Sunday morning, and actually heard the opposite of what seemed like President Obama's Friday night tacit endorsement of a peaceful overthrow of longtime ally Mubarak.

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  16. Egypt continues crackdown on Gaza tunnelsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Al Bawaba

    The Egyptian military is continuing its crackdown on the underground smuggling tunnels connecting the Sinai and Gaza, and has launched a new project in this regard, The Associated Press reported on Monday. According to the news agency, bulldozers have been digging through the sand along Egypt's border with Gaza in recent days, as part of a project billed as an Egyptian military-operated fish farm.

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  17. Middle East, 5:13 AMEgypt Cracking Down on Gaza Tunnels by Filling Area with WaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    The Egyptian military is continuing its crackdown on the underground smuggling tunnels connecting the Sinai and Gaza, and has launched a new project in this regard, The Associated Press reported on Monday. According to the news agency, bulldozers have been digging through the sand along Egypt's border with Gaza in recent days, as part of a project billed as an Egyptian military-operated fish farm.

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  18. Does the Egyptian Military Regime Work for U.S. and Allies? by Daniel DonovanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Harowo.com

    Since the Egyptian military ousted former President Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood government in a coup in July 2013, a stricter and an increasingly oppressive rule governs Africa's third most populous country, but one that may not be that unwelcome with the U.S. or its allies. The new military regime - headed by former intelligence chief, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi - has come under increased scrutiny by human rights groups for issues such as deaths of civilians while in state custody, brutalizing student protesters and increasingly censoring journalists working in country.

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  19. You Can Hardly Blame the Diplomacy Types...:Read the original story

    Monday | BrothersJudd Blog

    Reassurance, however, comes at a price. In the case of the Iran deal, the administration has allowed the costs to rise unnecessarily, acquiescing to actions that threaten long-term US interests.

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  20. Massive gas find a boon for Egypt, salve for energy crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    The discovery of a huge natural gas field off the Egyptian coast is a major boon for the country that will help alleviate energy shortages and boost the economy, experts said Monday. The new "supergiant" offshore field revealed a day earlier by Italy's Eni SpA and billed as the "largest-ever" found in the Mediterranean Sea could alleviate the Arab world's most populous nation's need for gas imports, they said.

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