Ministry of Interior denies detainees in Ains Shams police station entered hunger strike
NGO describes Cairo University ban and recent arrest of Alexandrian professor "violation of academic freedom"
The coalition intends to run in parliamentary elections under the slogan “25 January-30 June”
Statements follow reconciliation initiative proposed by a Brotherhood figure recently released from prison
Renowned lawyer’s two children, who were allowed to attend the memorial, were taken back to prison afterwards
Following the presidential approval of the Suez Canal investment certificate law, protocol to be signed between CBE, four public banks and the Suez Canal Authority
Egyptian media delegation meets with Iran’s deputy foreign minister
Security forces also destroy a number of tunnels
NGO registration deadline extended for 45 days, as demanded by rights groups
State media says soldiers were chasing smugglers in the Western Desert
Forensic report did not find evidence of the incident
Rights groups given 45 day extension to ministry registration or face legal investigation
The investment certificates are expected to be issued within days
Coordinator of the “Towards a Fair Labour Law” campaign says they are to submit suggestions to manpower ministry
Finance and tourism ministers to meet this month to resolve dispute between Real Estate Taxation Authority (RTA) and Chamber of Hotels over property tax law
The Egyptian Natural Gas Holding company (EGAS) has stopped pumping gas to the Idku liquefaction plant operated by British Gas and GDF Suez, as a result ...
By Mohamed Ayyad Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb responded to the requests of the Port Said traders to calculate customs on the basis of the bill that determines ...
Legislation to regulate customs transactions and control all ports to eliminate smuggling and prevent entry for non-compliant goods
In February, thousands of Egyptian attempted to start an “internet revolution”, protesting against poor services and high prices
Ages of tablet users vary between 20 and 55 years old, consumer behaviour firm noted
The three mobile service operators have agreed to the licence’s terms for offering landline services
Hotline to be established to receive complains from citizens and keep them informed of their ration supplies, said MCIT
An expert is not defined by his ability to predict or answer a question but actually ask the right questions
Atef Helmy says ministry will provide technological services to the syndicate and its premises under its Technology Homes Programme
Surgeons are part of system promoting “a culture that pathologises the body", experts say
Violent experiences of losing home leave Palestinian families with “contradicting emotions” and almost no unity between definitions of home by each family
Cairene sets out to find and review Egypt's best eats on new website "MostakshFood"
20% of the world’s population of youth between 14 and 24 suffer from mental health conditions, according to a UN report
Project draws inspiration from a similar recycling model applied in the Zabaalin community, which has managed to create a “self sustaining recycling system” that recycles approximately ...
“Rap was originally founded to confront racism and police brutality. In Egypt we modify it to match our needs to protest oppression and economic turmoil,” says ...
State policy in managing mosques presumes Muslim unity on ‘the official Islam of the state’, according to study
Eighteen writers share their stories and experiences with the readers’ community at Sawy Culturewheel
Members gather to demonstrate against the mass killing of cats Tuesday
All-female scooter clubs set to challenge social norms and encourage independence
Progress will come when agreements are implemented
Africa and Europe search for an elusive agreement
The country ranks 150 out of 186 countries on the 2013 UNDP's Human Development Index, which measures countries based on income, life expectancy and education.
The project is expected to commence as soon as possible and it will cover 16 regions in Tanzania, including Arusha, Tabora, Iringa, Kagera, Manyara, Dodoma, Lindi, ...
Analysts believe this rate could enable the country to meet the challenges of a future shortage. Cameroon, Namibia and Lesotho have also taken steps to ...
Besides the beautiful landscape of mountains, wadis and canyons, the traditional Bedouin society is a large part of the beauty of Saint Catherine.
Here are a few ideas to help you relax and a hide away from the crowds
Tourism restrictions, legal dispute keep visitors from discovering mermaid mysteries and underwater secrets
Sleep under the starry heavens and get to know the desert dwellers
Egypt’s Tourism Assistance Fund is looking for annual returns of 25% on investments, or $250m in the first phase of underwriting, according to Amr Askar, investment ...
Installments will be based on each company’s circumstances
Alexandria’s Smouha mourns after league loss; miss out on cup title, beaten by Cairo giant Al-Zamalek in final
Premier League winners Al-Ahly eliminated in semi-finals by Alexandrian side Smouha
After narrow victories in quarterfinals, Cairo giants meet Smouha and Wadi Degla in semis
Extra time goal Götze stuns Argentina and delivers Die Mannschaft fourth World Cup title
First semi-final produces shocking result to send Germany through to the final
Red Devils extend their list of trophies winning 37th league title after 0-0 draw with Smouha