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Dr Khaled Sorour, Head of the Fine Arts Section, said that the museums will be reopened in two phases starting from 7 July.
Hundreds of billions of Egyptian pounds needed to fix informal housing that lasted for 40 years, says Madbouly
Touching Holy Kaaba and Black Stone will be banned during annual pilgrimage
FRA Chairperson Mohammed Omran said the ban extends to former employees whose service ended with a clear or implied resignation who may look for employment at any of the entities subject to its supervision and control.
Agouza Hospital conducts country’s ninth C-Section for coronavirus-positive mother; baby is safely delivered
New law passed see formation of People’s Defence Council at governorate level
On 18 June, MCSD announced that it would open the door for candidates to complete the company’s current Board of Directors’ 2018-2021 tenure.
Sources close to deal expect it will be officially closed by November
PMI reading for June increased 9.5% to record 44.6 points, up from 40.7 points in May
Two parallel meetings over Nile dam for legal, technical teams to be held on Tuesday, following observers meetings
The 1939 film was pulled from platform in June as BLM protests broke out across US
Researchers and pharmaceutical companies worldwide are working on over 100 potential coronavirus vaccines
The majority of these new projects are ultra-modern educational institutions that look at placing Egypt on the international education arena.
Egypt faces ‘black clouds season’ every year due to open burning of rice straw
Companies such as Samsung, Oppo, Xiaomi have already raised their prices to cover added expenses
Industrial sector in Egypt greatly affected by COVID-19 crisis, says Gamea
NFA surplus with banks, CBE records about $5.3bn increase
ُEgypt’s Al-Sisi, Eritrea’s Afwerki look to enhance ties as Red Sea, Horn of Africa witness constant challenges
London Film Festival, run in partnership with American Express, said it will be adapting to the significant challenges of the year, due to the novel coronavirus
Under which laws are these women being prosecuted or sued? And is that law so vague that it can be used to incarcerate people living in our society without strong legal bases?
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, it’s been inspiring to support and work with start-ups who are adapting their businesses and creating new platforms to support relief efforts
Bank adheres to state precautionary measures from the very beginning to prevent spread of coronavirus
The country reported 1,218 new COVID-19 infections, the lowest since June 19, raising the total cases registered since mid-February to 75,253