An explosive device blew up alongside a public bus near a university campus in Cairo, wounding at least five people and underscoring concerns that a spate of attacks blamed on Islamists was moving to the capital.
Dana Gas PJSC, a United Arab Emirates energy company, said its annual production rate for 2010 from its Nile Delta Concessions in Egypt is estimated at 42,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day, an increase of 20 percent on 2009. The company made the announcement in a statement to the Abu Dhabi bourse today.
One song dominates Egypt’s airwaves, blaring from radios and television sets nationwide. It’s a hymn of praise to the army, which overthrew President Mohamed Mursi three months ago, and the emotions it evokes show how the country remains polarized by that intervention.