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Surge Minor rise in infections attributed to citizens’ non-commitment to precautionary measures
Polling stations nationwide started preparations for elections, as expatriate voters cast votes via email
GERD talks have been postponed for 7 days upon Sudan’s request
Total of 77,000 students across Egypt have applied for university admission tests
The third aid batch compromises 14 tonnes of medical supplies, and foodstuff including flour to maintain bread production in the city and to compensate the damage occurred to the country’s strategic reserve of wheat, the Egyptian Embassy to Beirut revealed.
Water levels at Aswan High Dam secures country’s water needs
Negelah isolation hospital in Matrouh resumes accepting COVID-19 cases
The operations room will be responsible for both monitoring media coverage and following up on problems that media professionals and journalists may experience as they cover the elections.
‘We must work together as Lebanon’s future is at stake’: Macron
Nationwide fall in number of daily infections does not mean decrease of tests
From first week of July, the daily coronavirus infections and fatalities in Egypt started to gradually decline along with an increase in daily recoveries.
Egyptians living abroad will start voting by e-mail on Sunday and Monday, while those present in the country will vote on 11 and 12 August
Egypt sends letter to AU Chair South Africa, rejecting Ethiopia’s unilateral actions
A second Egyptian aircraft carrying urgent medical, relief supplies, and food aid was dispatched on Saturday to the Lebanese capital, Beirut, according to an Egyptian military statement.
No fatalities were reported in accident, with injured transferred directly to hospital
During a cabinet meeting, Madbouly hailed the significant efforts made by the Egyptian government to ensure the secondary school leaving exams (Thanaweyya Amma) were still held, despite the pandemic.
The pilots of the crushed Apollo Fox aircraft, of Airman Sky Sports, were immediately transferred to a hospital where they died of serious injuries sustained during a forced landing at El Gouna Airport after a test flight, the ministry’s Media Advisor Bassem Abdel Kerim said in a statement.
New deal comes amid growing tensions in Eastern Mediterranean, due to illegal Turkish attempts to explore for oil in region
Al-Sisi offers condolences to his Lebanese President Michel Aoun over Beirut blast
Up to 2,000 hours of audio and video lectures produced to renew religious discourse
Ministry of Health reports 123 new coronavirus infectionson Wednesday
Egypt’s Embassy in Beirut is working with Lebanese authorities in search for missing Egyptians
Beirut explosions kill at least 100 people, with over 4,000 others injured
Country records 112 new cases, bringing total number of infections to 94,752
Egypt and Sudan requested to adjourn the meeting to consider Ethiopian version of guidelines and rules on GERD filling submitted by Addis Ababa on 24 July
Law was submitted after scores of women shared testimonies of sexual assault against university student
Those found guilty of bullying will be punished with no less than six-month imprisonment
Shawky, who gave his approval to the results for the 2020 Thanaweyya Amma exams, said that about 18% of students who sat the exams gained an average score of over 95%.
Current talks reveal AU sympathy with Ethiopia’s claimed rights to construct projects over Blue Nile without agreement
Egyptian embassies adopt absentee voting as part of precautionary measures against COVID-19