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Egypt supporting Syria by building border hospital, sending aids inside and outside Syria
After few hours of investigations, the harasser was referred to court, charged with rape
The festival is of crucial importance because it is now one of, if not the only, cultural event that is a portal from the artistic towers to the bottom of society. It reaches people who need to be nourished by art, who are thirsty and are finally provided with water.
Markaz works with artisans from all over Egypt and although it is a commercial business, they are committed to making a positive social impact by creating a platform in which local artisans can gain financial independence and pass on their skills to younger generations.
The railroad that traverses Maadi seems a relic from a time long past; grass grows between the iron rails and the trees that grow on the sides of the track join high in the air to form a tunnel of leaves.
The Muslim Brothers and their people seem to have reached the dizzying heights of drunken power
The army is one of the country’s largest and richest business empires and it is too integral to our economic interests to have it ran this way
As three days passed after the 24 August anti-Morsy protests were organised, columnists have continued to analyse the repercussions of the demonstrations. Some writers condemned the entire notion, while highlighting angles and reasons of failure, others praised the move describing it as one of the first successful trials of democracy and one of the most …
Reports claim his involvement in the smuggling of foreign defendants out of Egypt, minister of Justice denies
Al-Mansh arrested for destroying public property, aggression against authorities
The Exports Council for Construction Materials (ECCM) will hold an urgent meeting this Sunday to request Prime Minister Hesham Qandil fix energy prices for factories. The ECCM plans to ask for a detailed five year plan to fix energy prices for industries. Waleed Gamal Eldeen, Presidentof the ECCM, said the energy prices instability is causing …
Maryam Al-Khawaja denied entrance to Egypt for “Top secret”
With no concrete evidence, the killer of Sinai’s Bedouin man remains unknown
By Inaam El Adawy The Federation of the Chambers of Commerce (FEDCOC) has adopted an initiative to review the trade agreements signed with Egypt in previous years. The initiative is aimed at seeking methods to derive optimal benefit from the agreements. “We are currently studying the free trade agreements between Egypt and other states, to …
“We shall organise different marches to Tahrir square right after the Friday prayer”, says the Second Revolution of Anger Facebook page
Nakhnoukh claimes his arrest was influenced by the FJP, says his firearms and animals are legally obtained
Contradicting notions of fear, thuggery, lack of justice, and luxury outline Ramlet Boulaq and its nearby Nile Towers
New emergency law threatens to severely curb freedom
Mirza commented on the premise of the film, “it is a modern tale of insurrectionary struggles that wants to speak about the term of the ‘deep’ state, the complexity of power, the forces that operate on the state and through the state, which is then internalised by us as citizens.”
Shows like World Beat, playing only world music, Mosh Pit Maniacs completely dedicated to metal music and The Vibe Zone featuring funky jazz, acid jazz, old school R&B, soul and funk, Capital Club Radio attracts listeners that are interested in more than the Top 40.
Watermelons have little to no calories, are filled with vitamins and minerals and are one of the healthiest ways to re-hydrate on a hot day.
Bread, freedom, human dignity
By Mohaammed Aly Ibrahim, former editor of the Egyptian Gazette and AlGoumhoria newspapers For decades Egyptians were kept on a tight rein. Our leaders used “democracy” as chewing gum before TV cameras then threw it away upon leaving interviews or press conferences. Either in dictatorship or in the incumbent so-called democracy, the concept of people’s …
Properly wielding his legislative mandate for the first time since he has taken office, President Mohamed Morsy divulged his powers and outlawed the temporary detention of Islam Afify, one of his harshest critics. Several media professionals, activists and even ordinary citizens eulogized the positive stride taken by Morsy. For many, the new president is probably …
One who follows Iranian movements in Egypt will know that Iran is very desperate to have positive diplomatic relations with Egypt
IMF to yield positive results, shall Morsy enact reforms, say analysts
Tourism minister carrying out decisive administrative changes at four authorities
After anti-Muslim Brotherhood protests gained public and political attention on 24 August, columnists in several Egyptian newspapers examined the primary reasons behind the demonstrations. Many supported the idea and condemned assaults against protesters, accusing the Muslim Brotherhood of being intolerant of opposition and criticism. Others took the time to consider the protester’s demands, rather than …
“Syrian blood is not cheap,” says the Muslim Brotherhood spokesman
The verdict on the trial of Israeli Embassy protesters was read, the Port Said massacre trial and the Suez killing trial were adjourned