The IMF’s rhetoric may have changed slightly after the global financial crisis, but it remains in practice an arm of Western financial interests
The more Egyptians go to the polls the less seats will go to religious forces in the next parliament
Egypt’s democratic revolution puts it at odds with a theocratic Iran, while the two have differing strategic and economic interests
The global nuclear non-proliferation regime is failing, says Mohamed ElBaradei in a new book reflecting on his time as head of the IAEA
Juan Goytisolo in Cairo, his 'utopia'
The Spanish writer, who predicted that Egypt would rise up like Tunisia, is effusive in his praise for the efforts made to topple dictators, though challenges lie ahead
The Tahrir Book Fair, open until 3 April, opens today with disappointing turnout, despite being the best opportunity for publishers and booksellers this year
Egypt eye bronze medal as they meet Mali in the African Youth Championship on Sunday
Real Madrid stumbled to a 3-2 defeat against Zaragoza and missed an opportunity to stay in the hunt for the Spanish title after league leader Barcelona slipped up in a 2-1 loss at Real Sociedad on Saturday.
Egypt winger Ahmed Elmohamady played the full time for Sunderland, on Saturday, but failed to make any impact in their 3-0 home defeat to Fulham.
A voice recording is revealed of the former head of Egypt’s central security, giving orders to use live ammunition to kill peaceful protesters in the wake of the revolution
The ordeal of Camilia Shehata, who was believed to have converted to Islam but shut away in a monastery, continues with thousands of Salafists clamouring for her release in front of a Coptic cathedral
Mubarak’s two daughter-in-laws, released today, presented proofs early this morning that they gained their land and business before marrying Egypt’s ousted president’s sons
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi survived a NATO air strike that killed his youngest son and three grandchildren and destroyed a Tripoli house, a Libyan government spokesman said on Saturday
Reconciliation has brought about a new media policy, focusing on the "positives" of agreement between rival Palestinian factions
Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton married at Westminster Abbey in a royal occasion that has attracted a huge global audience
When President Hosni Mubarak was driven from power in February, millions of Egyptians believed the graft and stagnation that blighted his 30-year rule would go too. Two months later, some people are having second thoughts
Deposit and overnight lending rates remain the same, and the discount rate is also unchanged
A late rally in investor interest staves off bad telecoms news to push all indexes into the green
Egypt: Our Home, a collective exhibition glorifying the country and its people’s revolution, in an assortment of styles, opened this week at the Ebdaa Art Gallery in Zamalek
Force Majeure, a performing arts festival, opened yesterday at the Townhouse gallery
Cairo Contemporary Music Days 2011 kicks off today until 3 May, featuring modern classic music concerts and workshops