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Egyptians are aware of challenges facing their homeland, says President
Local communities important in conserving environmental ecosystems
Hesham Ashmwai was arrested on 8 October 2018 in Libya as part of a wide-scale military operation conducted by the Libyan Armed Forces.
Only heads of agriculture and housing committees were replaced during committees’ head election
Ministry of Health announced the implementation of the new system in Port Said governorate
The Egyptian human rights centres said that security forces detained about 2,000 people, connected to the demonstrations demanding the departure of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi.
Slogan of fifth round of parliament will be “serving ordinary citizens,” says speaker
Egypt’s government fears that the Ethiopian dam will negatively impact its limited share of the Nile’s water, estimated at 55.5 bn cubic meters (cm), of which Egypt depends on more than 90% for drinking, agriculture
Ministry subsidies these methods by about 90% of its original price
NU has a land area of 38,600 sqm for residential purposes, and another 42,400 sqm for the construction of a sports complex
Journalists are on hunger strike for two days until their demands are fulfilled
Gülen sent a message to the Egyptian people, saying “the current course in the country is good, but I am following the situation from outside
The International Examination Centre in Alexandria has been offering the OET – a venture between Cambridge Assessment English and the Box Hill Institute – test for the past four years.
The program will broadcast on Sundays and Mondays each week between 9 and 11 PM CLT
“International human rights’ handling of Egyptian affairs can only be described as contradicted and subjective,” says SIS
Egypt is currently battling several armed groups, concentrated mainly in Sinai
In May 2016, eight police officers were killed in an armed attack that targeted a checkpoint operation near Helwan police station
Next meeting on GERD will be held from 30 September to 3 October in Khartoum
Our nation’s goal has to be eliminating terrorism, Al-Sisi said after mourning the military personnel who were killed in action
Egypt has 900 foreign correspondents around the country to freely cover any events, says Diaa Rashwan
Prosecutor General ordered extensive investigation into calls for anti-government protests
It’s part of President Al-Sisi’s initiative to treat 1 million Africans with hepatitis C
Wearing a fake explosive belt, Mostafa boarded a plane heading from Alexandria to Cairo in March 2016, threatening to blow up the jet to force the pilot to change the plane direction.
Germany emerges as a possible venue for peace conference in October
Erdogan made his remarks while addressing the UN General Assembly, to which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded, “Egypt and its people have only the highest respect for the Turkish people, however, Erdogan’s continuous statements on the circumstances of Morsi’s death are ‘baseless’.”
Egypt requires safe access to water during climate change
Egypt’s president, UN Secretary-General discussed ways to revive palestinan peace process
“The aid also comes in light of the Egyptian concern to achieve stability in the brotherly Sudan,” the statement stated.
Nile water is matter of life and death for Egyptians, says minister
Statement noted that militants are members of outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group