Latest in Tag: Daily News Egypt Highlight

Advertising Area





Latest in Tag: Daily News Egypt


Actor’s sister dies in blaze after refusing to leave cats

Far away from cinemas and drama, Egyptian actor Khaled Abo El-Naga never imagined he would come across a picture of his sister’s residence place on fire on Twitter, with a caption that read: If anyone knows who lives in this block on Mohamed Mazhar Street in #Zamalek, let them know. Most are empty for the …

Nada Deyaa’

Health risks of electronic devices

By Dr Cesar Chelala As computers and other electronic devices are becoming more widely used – particularly by young people – little consideration is normally given to the health risks they pose. This is a situation that has to change soon, to avoid unnecessary injuries and even serious health risks among people using them. Desktops …

Daily News Egypt

Security is key to the UAE’s freedom

By Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor “The price of freedom is eternal vigilance,” said the 18th century Irish politician John Philpot Curran. I could not agree more, especially when there are so many unscrupulous people abusing their freedom to create violence and anarchy. Sadly, troublemakers and crazies have succeeded in turning parts of the Middle East …

Daily News Egypt

I was a terrorist in the making

Short are the moments when you can review the details of your life. In these short moments, you see many details. It was during one such moment that I realised that I went through many changes that few people have been through. I grew up in a labour environment, in the iron and steel city …

Emad El-Sayed

In memory of Srebrenica: An endless dispute

By Maydaa Abou Nadr It all started in early 1992. A year after the secession of Croatia and Slovenia from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1991, the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina requested its independence. At the time, Bosnia and Herzegovina was divided as follows:  Muslim Bosniaks represented 44% of the community; …

Daily News Egypt

Israeli football violence moves racism up the government’s agenda

By James M. Dorsey A violent display of racism by extreme nationalist supporters of storied Israeli football club Beitar Jerusalem coupled with recent Ethiopian Israeli protests against discrimination and the government’s handling of the capture of two Israelis by Hamas has moved racist attitudes towards dark-skinned Jews and Israeli Palestinians up the government’s agenda. Driving …

Daily News Egypt