Saturday, February 25, 2012

Egypt ngo

  • A senior U.S.
  • (ABC News)
  • CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian authorities stopped an American woman boarding a flight to Germany on Thursday because she is facing trial over illegal funding of civil society groups, an airport official said.
  • (Reuters)
  • AFP - Egypt says it is working diligently to resolve a bitter row with Washington over alleged illicit funding of NGOs for which American and other activists are due to stand trial, US Senator John McCain said on Monday.
  • (France 24)
  • Egypt will start the trial of 43 people, including 19 U.S. citizens, on Feb. 26 for breaking rules on foreign financing of NGOs, the official Middle East News Agency reported, citing a court announcement in Cairo.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • (Updates with comments from Hillary Clinton, explanation of U.S. strategy in second through fourth paragraphs.) Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) -- A delegation of U.S.
  • (Businessweek)
  • Iranian investors are have expressed interest in Egypts industrial sector especially amid tensions between Cairo and Washington over the detention of foreign NGO employees working in Egypt, pan-Arab news channel Al-Arabiya reported Wednesday.
  • (Jerusalem Post)
  • US senator John McCain has said that Egypts military rulers were working diligently to resolve a bitter row with Washington over alleged illicit funding of NGOs for which American and other activists are due to stand trial.
  • (Aljazeera.com)

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