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In a statement, the Supreme Council of Antiquities announced that a number of carved stone blocks and statues were discovered during excavations 2km southeast of Memphis, in the modern day area of Mit Rahina, in Giza.
During a press conference on Tuesday, Liao noted that China and Egypt have worked together in the fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
According to the website, Downdetector, which provides real-time user-provided updates on service outages, most of the complaints were related to issues in Facebook’s desktop version.
During the meeting, Tawfik stressed the strong, historic relations Egypt and China have enjoyed, which have witnessed remarkable growth in the past few years.
Egypt also recorded 1,007 coronavirus recoveries in the past 24 hours, bringing the total recoveries in the country to 34,838, the spokesman said.
Government starts converting old cars to work on natural gas, and limits new licences for bi-fuel vehicles
Korean Ambassador praises Egypt’s measures in response to COVID-19 pandemic
Egypt, Sudan have firmly rejected Ethiopia’s unilateral actions regarding filling, operation of GERD
Despite a decline of 14.9% in FDI flows to Africa and the Middle East in 2019, it was a very strong year for Egypt, according to FDI Intelligence report
Egypt’s Foreign Minister also said that the spread of terrorist groups in some countries in the Middle East threatens Arab national security.
Country has to work out greater cooperation to overcome challenge of COVID-19, stimulate tourism sector to save jobs, increase foreign currency
Whilst Aswan High Dam water levels are safe, data indicates increase in rainfall upstream along River Nile
Also on Saturday, 933 COVID-19 patients were cured and discharged from hospitals, raising the total number of recoveries in the country to 32,903.
Egyptian President discusses GERD developments with his South African counterpart Ramaphosa
Naval drills focused on methods of cooperation to implement combat missions against hostile naval formations and engaging with surface and air targets
It is too early for parliament to discuss Ethiopian Dam, we should wait until negotiations finish, says Member of Parliament
AU Center for Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development aims to lay foundation for social justice and sustainable peace in post-conflict countries
Egypt is embarking upon massive projects and will transform North Coast into global tourism centre, says Emaar’s Alabbar
It is the 15th consecutive day for Egypt’s COVID-19 daily infections to fall below 1,000, as a record 1,774 infections were seen on June 19.
A total of 1,909 prisoners were released upon a presidential pardon in the wake of July 23 Revolution, while 221 others were released conditionally
This is in preparation for offering them jobs in the ongoing national development projects.
Public parks, beaches will be opened following Eid Al-Adha Holidays
Nunn said, “We all see how Egypt has managed, despite the high case numbers from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), to keep casualties relatively low, and this would not be possible without modern technology and an adequate stock of supplies, besides professional medical staff.”
Egypt may not face water shortage due to Nile dam’s filling, if Ethiopia releases water during drought, says Al-Zawahry
Increased cooperation needed in various fields, such as AI and information exchange, says El-Said
This compares to the €166m granted to Egypt EBRD in 2019, as it rapidly responded to the needs of emerging economies grappling with the impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Shoukry confirmed the Egyptian position concerning the Libyan crisis during two phone calls with his French and German counterparts Jean-Yves Le Drian and Heiko Maas respectively.
It is also the second week in a row for Egypt’s COVID-19 daily infections to fall below 1,000, compared to the highest record of 1,774 cases on June 19.
Ministry of Health reports 676 new coronavirus cases, raising total to 89,078, a total of 29,473 COVID-19 cases have recovered
Egypt’s parliament approval of military action in Libya part of country’s strategy to deter mercenaries, not move for war, says MP