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Russia had thrown its support behind Brahimi’s call for Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad’s army and the rebels to lay down arms during the Eid Al-Adha holiday
Monday’s rocket fire followed hot on the heels of two late-night Israeli air strikes which did not cause any injuries
Analysis of the draft constitution, part 4: the president
Four years ago, bad debts portfolio represented 30 per cent of the total credit portfolio
The beginning of this fiscal year has seen the EGPC balancing debt to banks and financial obligations to foreign companies
Over the past year, an increasing number of sectarian-related incidents of violence have taken place
No Military Trials commemorates torture victim
Fire has caused over EGP 3 million damages
The Church to announce final three candidates on Monday night
Okasha: Khairat El-Shater has been threatening to spill my blood
Government plans to close shops at 10 pm is alternately derided, shrugged off, and laughed at
Bedouins demand the release of a man under police protection
172 harassers arrested amid intensive efforts to fight the phenomenon
IDA has high hopes for parks and new holding company
Doctor strike committee plans to keep up strike beyond Eid holiday
Morsy offers condolences
Eid Al-Adha, also called the Feast of Sacrifice or the Greater Bairam, is one of two important religious holidays celebrated by Muslims worldwide.
This week we celebrate Eid Al-Adha so here is the recipe for the traditional main dish that is used to celebrate this occasion
There is a different Egypt for everyone
Protesters belittle face-saving gesture
Cars cloaked with the national flag circulated from the early morning in the capital, their speakers pumping out patriotic songs at full volume.
The head of the BBC said Tuesday that the scandal over alleged sex abuse by late star Jimmy Savile is “a very grave matter” that will affect the organisation’s reputation for trust and integrity.
The three defendants were brought to the court in Kuwait City in handcuffs, blindfolded with their heads shaven and dressed in dark-red prison uniforms.
The exhibition itself is of a kind rarely seen in Egypt, dealing with net-based works that one expects to see in the virtual world, and projecting them onto the real world.
The Google doodle today shows the moment that the sun shines on the faces of the statues, drawing the attention of the world to this intriguing phenomena and highlighting the treasures that Egypt has to offer to its visitors.
After earning his PhD from Warsaw University, Abdel-Fattah returned to Cairo and taught at the city’s Higher Institute of Theatrical Arts.
Activists are expected to be deported to their home countries
Saber is ill treated and subjected to poor prison conditions
As the Eid Al-Adha holiday looms, incidents of sexual harassment increase
Presidential advisor going on a long vacation