Egypt has closed the border crossing for a month, after deadly attacks in the Sinai Peninsula claimed the lives of 30 Egyptian security personnel
Committee holds government accountable for the number of casualties, issues recommendations
Questioning basics of Islam fuel extremism, say Shawqy Allam
Tony Blair, Shoukry discuss Palestine amid rising tensions
The Salafi Front is calling for mass protests on Friday
More than EGP 100m have been disbursed to the displaced families so far, according to North Sinai Governorate Office
Group asserts commitment to “overthrowing junta”
Draft law details offences that could result in a group being listed as a terrorist group
Verdict in Alexandria issued after fourth trial session for case
Egypt’s foreign ministry accuses countries voting against resolution of being in favour of “Israel’s illegal practices”
Egyptian President affirms support for Libya's "people and army", Palestinians and Iraqis in France visit
A group of 15 on trial in Beheira handed life prison sentences, after being tried in absentia
‘Invest in Egypt 2014’ conference kicks off in Abu Dhabi, amid speculation on the country’s potential for green energy
New Urban Communities Authority targets EGP 26bn budget in Q3, says Magdy Farahat
No ministry obligation to stabilise prices, cement prices vary according to market changes, says Suez Cement chairman
“There is growing national consensus on the need for economic reform”, says Chris Jarvis
Since the 25 January Revolution, Egypt’s economic outlook was downgraded several times by international credit rating agencies. The downgrades came about due to violence and ...
Al-Sisi promised that he is committed to pursuing policies aimed at achieving high and sustainable rates of growth and creating an attractive, predictable, fair and internationally ...
TE’s revenue amounted to EGP 9.1bn during the first nine months of 2014, compared to EGP8.3bn for the same period last year, according to a company ...
ITIDA and IBM launch 2nd phase of joint-initiative to help telecom SMEs enter new markets
Lenovo spends $3bn globally per year in research and development, says CEO YasserShaheen
2014 figures targeted 20% growth, but company reached only a “not acceptable” 10%, says distribution sales manager
New app provides details on the nearest petrol station
By Mohamed Alaa Eldin The Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) and the Emirates Identity Authority signed a cooperation agreement Tuesday to exchange expertise in the field ...
One in three women around the world has reported an experience of violence, 38% of all murder crimes against women were by their partners
During their work, hairdressers are subjected to harmful chemicals potentially leading to health problems from skin rash, eye irritation and difficulty in breathing to cancer or ...
EMRO helps homeless Egyptian “mau” breeds find a home
The application suggests recipes from ingredients in the kitchen
Dutch embassy organises cycling day in Egypt’s streets
Research emphasises improved sense of psychological well-being after prayer
Through music production, educational workshops and activities promoting innovation, the project aims to contribute to finding solutions to the conflict over water resources
An interview with Kim Beamish, the director of “The Tentmakers of Cairo”, which was screened at Cairo International Film Festival
The initiative aims to change how South Sinai is perceived in the media, to nourish tourism and help the development of Bedouin communities
Intellectuals and archaeologist launch campaign to expend Graeco-Roman museum
With his latest installation, ‘The Beautiful Ones Are Not Yet Born’, Ibrahim Ahmed tries to expose people to power and the attractiveness it has
Co-directed by a German and an Egyptian, the documentary discusses education in both countries through the stories of two young girls
Residents of Al-Arish are caught in the fight between militants and the military
Students say security measures are necessary but criticise enforcement
Egyptian media formed Al-Sisi's personality cult and is constantly emphasising the fight against “terrorism”
After seven leading Muslim Brotherhood leaders announced on 12 September that they would depart their longtime ally, Qatar, diverse scenarios were raised as to the reasons ...
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
The world’s number four player, Ashour, beat the world number one, Elshorbagy, in a match that lasted 90 minutes
The Bahrain Grand Prix was the first to be held in the Middle East.
The first and second winning teams of each group (18 teams in total) will qualify for the final tournament, as well as the hosting team (France). ...
Ronaldo played his 117th international match and scored his 52nd international goal
Kuwait beat Iraq with a goal in the 90th minute, while Saudi Arabia beat Bahrain with a clean score of 3-0 in the second round.
The situation does not stop only at achieving victory—almost impossible—against Tunisia, but extends to anticipating negative results for teams also competing for third place. For example, ...