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    1. Nationals from the three countries are among seven no longer required to apply for a visa for a short stay in Iran.

    2. Egypt, Saudi sign pact to boost military ties

      AFP via Yahoo! NewsJul 30 11:16 AM

      Egypt and Saudi Arabia signed a pact in Cairo Thursday aimed at boosting military and economic ties between the two Arab allies. Relations have warmed since the 2013 ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, with Saudi Arabia offering billions in aid to Egypt and Cairo participating in a Saudi-led bombing campaign against Iran-backed rebels in Yemen. On Thursday, a Saudi delegation led by ...

    3. Turkey-Egypt feud undercuts U.S. hopes for Middle East

      The Washington TimesJul 29 08:11 PM

      Two of America's linchpin allies in the Middle East are bitterly feuding, complicating the Obama administration's hopes of confronting Sunni Salafists and containing the ambitions of Shiite Iran. Egypt is accusing Turkey of working with the Islamic State on the Sinai Peninsula, a new low in the already poor relations ...

    4. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Egypt and the Gulf next week for talks on the recent nuclear deal between major powers and Iran and the fight against Islamic State militants, then he will head to Southeast Asia, where countries share U.S. concerns about China's pursuit of territorial claims. Kerry will visit Cairo on Aug. 2 for a session of the U.S.- Egypt Strategic Dialogue, a...

    5. Middle East funds turn negative as oil drops again

      Reuters Middle East via Yahoo Maktoob NewsJul 29 10:00 PM

      * Bears outweigh bulls for both equities and fixed income * Oil prices back at early February levels * Saudi Arabia seen as most expensive market in region * UAE attracts bets linked to Iran * Egypt, a cheaply valued oil importer, also favoured By Olzhas Auyezov DUBAI, July 30 (Reuters) - Middle East fund managers have on balance turned negative towards the region and especially its biggest ...

    6. US Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Egypt and the Gulf next week for talks on the recent nuclear deal between major powers and Iran and the fight against Islamic State militants, then he will head to Southeast Asia, where countries share U.S. concerns about China's pursuit of territorial claims.

    7. Iran Offers West-Friendly Consumers

      Investor's Business Daily via Yahoo! FinanceJul 13 04:00 PM

      Tehran and the West could reach a historic agreement soon over Iran's nuclear program, opening the country up to U.S. companies for the first time in decades, but renewed commercial ties could be a mixed ...

    8. (MENAFN - Daily News Egypt) Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir has criticized Iran for making "aggressive statements." The foreign minister's statement comes amid growin...

    9. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Egypt and the Gulf next week for talks on the recent nuclear deal between major powers and Iran and the fight against Islamic State militants, then he will head to Southeast Asia, where countries share U.S. concerns about China's pursuit of territorial claims. Kerry will visit Cairo on Aug. 2 for a session of the U.S.- Egypt Strategic Dialogue, a...

    10. A revolution in the making

      Al-Ahram WeeklyJul 23 08:08 PM

      The Iran nuclear deal will change the regional balance of power. In navigating the new dynamics sure to emerge, Egypt should steer clear of alliances based on sect or religion, writes Hussein Haridy

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