Prominent activist vows he will “no longer play the role they’ve written for me”
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Remarks come despite US being “deeply disturbed” by HRW report on Rabaa dispersal
Egypt’s armed forces destroyed five tunnels and apprehended five Palestinian nationals attempting to cross into North Sinai at Rafah during operations taking place between 7 and 10 August, according to the military spokesman’s official page. This brings the total count of destroyed tunnels to 1664. During the operations, the Second Field Army also seized 5,400 …
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi conducted a one-day visit to close regional ally Saudi Arabia on Sunday, during which Egypt’s ambassador to Riyadh said the two countries would aim to address numerous shared challenges “facing the Arab and Muslim world”, according to state-owned Al-Ahram. Egyptian Ambassador Afifi Abdel Wahab said the relationship between Saudi Arabia and …
Egypt would be the globe’s second non-French operator of ultra-modern Gowind-class corvettes
Daily News Egypt sat down with the company’s CEO, Ramez Mohamed, to discuss its operations, challenges to start-ups and investors in Egypt, and future vision.
The index used this data to rate countries across 12 social, economic, and political indicators (and over 100 sub-indicators).
Manoeuvres near port of Toulon the first to be held in French waters in 25 years, SIS says
Entrepreneurship “accelerator” sees its largest class of graduates to date
The two telecom firms announced the deal following a meeting attended by more than 70 regional representatives, including Etisalat Group’s chief technical officer, Hatam Bamatraf.
Egyptian Centre for Economic and Social Rights criticises law’s amendments for infringing on judiciary’s ability to perform duties.
IMF chief says there are “encouraging” signs in energy subsidy reform
Kidnapping Americans could be used for prisoner exchange, says Ayman Al-Zawahiri
Nabil Fahmy and Ali Karty follow up on “positive steps” taken during recent Cairo talks
Regional economic experts say fund’s demands for near-term subsidy cuts not viable
US working with MENA governments to develop regional trade and investment, says Patterson
UN Food and Agriculture Organization warns of demographic issues and vulnerabilities to price fluctuations, climate change, and conflict
The flame is finally out on the Sochi games, and the torch has been passed. Like the ceremonies, the competition was no small spectacle; three weeks and $52bn later, Russia managed to put on the most expensive Olympic Games in history, and was rewarded on the podium. In the end, the host nation’s home-stretch surge …
The second week of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi saw some of the most intense and exciting moments of the games.
Total spending rose to 33.5% of GDP in FY 2013 (up from 30.3% of GDP in FY 2010), as wages and subsidies spending surged (75% of the total), an issue the report said would be difficult to tackle given its political sensitivity.
Norway leads the medal count with 4 gold, 3 silver and 4 bronze, followed by Canada (4 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze) and Germany (4 gold, 1 silver, no bronze).
Mirai offers an intriguing and tasty Thai-driven fusion of pan-Asian cuisine, with classy décor and service to boot.
Rival demonstrations led to violent clashes throughout Egypt on Sunday amid celebrations of the 40th anniversary of the October War. The Ministry of Interior had reported 94 injuries and 28 killed nationwide. In Cairo’s Tahrir Square, face-painted revelers gathered to celebrate the anniversary, waving Egyptian flags and posters of Defence Minister Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi as …
New exhibition displays the artwork of children from different generations that clearly show the effects of the violence they have been surrounded with