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Prime Minister Madbouly calls on Egyptians to actively participate in parliamentary elections
Electoral committees in Bulaq Dakrour and Kerdasa districts witnessed large turnout, particularly among female voters, as well as in Matrouh governorate
US President waded into GERD dispute between the three African nations saying that “Egypt is not going to be able to live that way, may blow-up dam.”
Voting in the first phase of the House of Representatives elections will take place in Egypt over Saturday and Sunday in 14 governorates
The giant hydro-electric dam dubbed the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has been centre of dispute between the three African nations.
In a statement, Al-Refae said that Egypt’s Al-Naser and Abu Qir frigates and the Spanish frigate Santa Maria took part in the exercise, which included transportation drills.
In a statement, Al-Azhar expressed full solidarity with the two women and their families.
Two defendants are facing charges of deliberately killing young woman, whilst third is accused of assisting
Official figures show that infections are rising nationwide
Minister of Finance says teachers allowance will also increase by 50%
Minister Nabila Makram calls on Egyptians abroad to exercise their legal, constitutional right to participate in elections
8th summit addressed latest updates in Eastern Mediterranean, Middle East, and GERD dispute
Egyptian President arrived in Cyprus to participate in 8th tripartite summit with Greece, Cyprus
President Al-Sisi met his Cypriot counterpart ahead of summit, praised Egyptian-Cypriot cooperation, Nicosia’s support for Cairo
Most honourable mission for military personnel is to sacrifice their lives for homeland security, says Egyptian President
Using drugs, lack of experience are main reasons for high number of exclusions from upcoming elections
Mohieldin nomination came after an agreement between the 11 Arab Group members at the IMF. he will assume the new IMF position by the end of this month
Electoral silence has now been enforced in run-up to first stage of House of Representatives elections
Heavy rains, which could become thunderstorms, are expected in different parts of Egypt during the period, as well as a gradual decrease in temperature by 4 or 5 degrees Celsius.
Judge Abdel Wahab Abdel Razeq was elected as Senate Speaker
An 18-year-old Chechen refugee killed French teacher after the latter showed his students controversial Charlie Hebdo caricatures of Prophet Muhammad
Egypt’s Prime Minister stresses need to reach binding legal agreement on GERD filling, operation
No country is able to promote human rights only through state institutions, it needs partnership with civil society, says Professor Niveen Mossad
Ismailia is one of five governorates taking part in first phase of new system
Two countries sign MoU to boost bilateral relations
Egypt’s new academic year begins amid strict COVID-19 precautionary measures
In a study by Swaminathan, she explained that as the global struggle to contain the COVID-19, some are advocating for a so-called natural herd immunity strategy, which they argue can be safely achieved through “focused protection”.
The suspected were arrested only hours after the incident, amid anger and sympathy feelings of social media users.
During the ceremony, the president honoured top students who will be granted medals of excellence of the second class in appreciation of their distinguished performance during their academic study.
During his participation at a Canadian-Egyptian Business Council (CEBC) meeting, on Tuesday, Shawky reviewed Egypt’s education development plan. He outlined that his ministry is carrying out a variety of plans to modify the curriculum in a way that develops critical thinking among students, in a move away from their studying just to pass exams.