The figures compare to a surplus of $2.2bn during the same period of FY 2013/2014
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In 2014, at least 7,000 bazaars were shut down
By Khaled Okasha Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis (ABM) officially announced their allegiance to ISIS and their recognition of Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi as the Amir of all Muslims this week, with both groups exchanging support via web pages affiliated with jihadist organisations. Forming an even more serious a concern, ISIS sent ABM a new target map to implement …
Budget deficit compensated by EGP 95.8bn oil aid, EGP 21.5m monetary aid from the Gulf
Global Telecom planned to sell Telecel to another entity last year, but Econet Wireless Global was unable to complete the deal.
By Mohamed Abel Monsef and Ahmed Salama Three million people visited Tanta, capital of the Gharbia governorate, to participate in celebrations of the Moulid Al-Sayed Al-Badawy, a carnival that celebrates the birthday of a member of the Prophet Mohamed’s family. The celebrations were held from 10-17 October. The annual celebration has served to connect …
Chairman says company is “offering 20% of shares worth EGP 80m to construct first phase of the Salam Industrial Complex”
Saudi Arabia’s STC topped the ranking with its brands worth $4.9bn, while Telecom Egypt and Mobinil ranked ninth and tenth
Helal added that increasing the variety of investment packages could attract 50 times more investors than are currently contributing to the project, in addition to creating a broader class of financially literate investors.
Christian Church is providing free dinner for fasting Muslims each Friday and Saturday during Ramadan
Hotel occupancy decreased around Egypt for the first three days of Ramadan, as families and individuals stay home
Eleven voters in the western province of Herat had their fingers – which were dipped in ink to register their ballot – cut off by insurgents.
Presenting case studies in Africa and Mali, he said providing such universal services is stretching the limited resources these governments have.
The African Union-United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) has reported a series of attacks on villages in the region this month, but the Khor Abeche camp in South Darfur, assaulted on Saturday, was an unusual target.
Yanukovych told the new pro-West authorities in Ukraine who took over after he fled to Russia last month that “sooner or later, most likely sooner” they would be held responsible for their actions.
Judge Mohamed Keshta set to issue the verdict on 8 October
Association highlights faults of current government in dealing with victims.