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Syrian regime claims Egyptian “terrorists” infiltrating Syria
As the new constitution is drafted a fresh controversy erupts over the rights of women
Protesters belittle face-saving gesture
Activist spent almost a year in prison
Illicit gains investigation progressing
One military man makes way for another
As many Egyptians awaited the Supreme Administrative Court decision regarding the second Constituent Assembly, almost all opinion writers have dissected the draft constitution, while attempting to relate the constitution to the long-awaited court ruling.
President Bashar Al-Assad in a pre-Eid gesture issued an amnesty on Tuesday for all crimes committed in Syria “up until today.”
Sudan accused South Sudan of supporting the SPLM-N, a charge which analysts believe despite denials by the government in Juba.
Four car bombs exploded in Shuala and three others were set off in Chikouk, an interior ministry official said, putting the overall toll from the attacks at 11 dead and 32 wounded.
Russia and Iran advocate a political solution and dialogue between the government and opposition groups to end the Syrian crisis.
Cars cloaked with the national flag circulated from the early morning in the capital, their speakers pumping out patriotic songs at full volume.
Egypt debt default, Algeria lifeline, green energy thinking
The head of the BBC said Tuesday that the scandal over alleged sex abuse by late star Jimmy Savile is “a very grave matter” that will affect the organisation’s reputation for trust and integrity.
The three defendants were brought to the court in Kuwait City in handcuffs, blindfolded with their heads shaven and dressed in dark-red prison uniforms.
The anniversary of Tunisia’s historic elections comes at a time of heightened political tensions between the ruling coalition and the opposition.
International Maritime Organisation denies existence of a black list
The exhibition itself is of a kind rarely seen in Egypt, dealing with net-based works that one expects to see in the virtual world, and projecting them onto the real world.
The Google doodle today shows the moment that the sun shines on the faces of the statues, drawing the attention of the world to this intriguing phenomena and highlighting the treasures that Egypt has to offer to its visitors.
From one day to the next the smell of the air changes, and yes, it is possible to notice differences in the terribly polluted air of Cairo.
After earning his PhD from Warsaw University, Abdel-Fattah returned to Cairo and taught at the city’s Higher Institute of Theatrical Arts.
Activists are expected to be deported to their home countries
The Cypriots have asked to use Egyptian expertise in reaching gas and oil discovery agreements, especially in deep water, and also in the seismic surveying.
The project aims to provide Abu Monkar village with 24 hours continuous electric current via clean and environmentally friendly electric sources
Saber is ill treated and subjected to poor prison conditions
Prime Minister Hesham Qandil arrived yesterday in Algeria for a three-day visit amidst speculative press reports over the visit’s agenda. State-owned Middle East News Agency (MENA) reported the objective of Qandil’s visit to Algeria is to hold talks with the Algerian government over solidifying economic relations and boosting mutual investment. “During his visit to Algeria …
It seems like we are being tricked, like there is no one in the cabinet, they are all make-believe
As the Eid Al-Adha holiday looms, incidents of sexual harassment increase
Nile Sat refuses to re-broadcast El-Fara’een channel
Presidential advisor going on a long vacation