Egypt annual inflation eases

September 10, 2017 cairoherald 0

  Egypt’s annual urban consumer price inflation eased slightly in August to 31.9 per cent from 33 per cent in July, the official Capmas statistics agency said on Sunday. Inflation soared to a record high […]


Washington’s back-and-forth with Egypt

September 9, 2017 cairoherald 0

  Egypt will hold renewed military exercises with US forces later this month for the first time since 2009. Washington canceled the biannual drill in 2011 amid the “Arab Spring” that overthrew long-time strongman Hosni […]


Party leader receives Egyptian President

September 7, 2017 cairoherald 0

  The Egyptian President expressed his admiration for President Ho Chi Minh and Vietnamese people during their struggle for national liberation, and hailed the achievements as well as the role of Vietnam in the region […]


Is America Setting Up Egypt to Fail?

September 7, 2017 cairoherald 0

  United States President Donald Trump has denied $290 million in aid to Egypt, Reuters reported on August 22, citing two anonymous sources. The move strains already weak relations between the U.S. and Egypt. The […]


Senate panel slashes military aid to Egypt

September 7, 2017 cairoherald 0

  The Senate’s foreign aid spending panel voted today to slash military assistance to Egypt by $300 million amid growing congressional frustration with the country’s dismal human rights record under President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. A […]


Egypt Ready to Sign Aviation Security Protocol With Russia

September 6, 2017 cairoherald 0

  VLADIVOSTOK (Sputnik) — Egypt has expressed its readiness to sign a protocol on aviation security with Russia, Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov said on Wednesday on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) in the Russian city of Vladivostok. The transport minister […]