Latest in Highlight

Advertising Area





Latest in


Government plans to woo Gulf tourists

Vacation planners serving Gulf tourists can enjoy incentives including discounts on EgyptAir flights as well as at some facilities, with the aim of luring larger numbers of Arab tourists to the country.

Hend El-Behary

gallery

In Pictures: Deadly clashes along the Corniche

By Aaron T. Rose Clashes erupted late Monday afternoon in the Cairo neighbourhood of Garden City along the Corniche and in front of the British and American Embassiesbetween pro- and anti-Morsi demonstrators. State-runAl-Ahram Online reported one person dead and 21 injured. The violence began shortly after 4 o’clock as a peaceful pro-Morsi demonstration in front …

Daily News Egypt

Food industry officials deny food security concerns

A supply ministry report submitted by Ouda forecasted that in 2013 Egypt would import around 9.4m tonnes of wheat, 7.3m tonnes of coarse grains, and 6.8m tonnes of rice, making the total imports for these products 23.4m tonnes: a 1.3% increase from 2012.

Sara Aggour

Telecom Egypt aims to redefine the telecom sector

Mohamed Elnawawy, managing director and CEO of te, explained that this new service will give the company a good opportunity to grow, adding that it will have a chance to compete in 85% of the market, from which they are currently excluded, with the mobile license.

Sara Aggour

Egypt in another transition, what to expect this time?

Indeed, Egyptian people together with the Egyptian state have proved to be much more interesting than the majority would have thought. What happened in the beginning of July was surprising to so many people around the world and once more, to Egyptians themselves. A week ago we were busy debating terminology and whether what happened …

Ziad A. Akl