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In an interview with Daily News Egypt, Meselhy revealed the preparations of his novels, the obstacles he faced to publish some of his stories, and the secrets of his future literary works.
Egyptian expatriates stage protests in aftermath of alleged assault
Opening a hot drinks stand in downtown Cairo aims to erase the “for men only” jobs taboo
From street-cart to international franchise, the story of how Egyptian Halal food is going world-wide
The militant’s head was reportedly separated from his body
President of Syrian Coalition discussed upcoming dialogue and Syrian refugees during Cairo visit
The novels of the author succeeded at listing amongst the best seller novels for a long time at bookstores.
Phone call between two leaders covered regional security and human rights
Crashed fishing boat didn’t have an emergency communication system, says army spokesperson
Court claims Muslim Brotherhood responsible for shooting at police, demonstrators, during 25 January Revolution
Egyptian Revolutionary Council wants invitation revoked because of Mufti’s support for Egyptian government
Egypt has closed the border crossing for a month, after deadly attacks in the Sinai Peninsula claimed the lives of 30 Egyptian security personnel
Civil society groups continue to operate after registration deadline, despite challenges
Production process stopped, workers to continue striking until demands are met, says labour leader
Arrests took place at sea after unidentified “hostile vessels” opened fire on Egyptian navy
When the melody plays, you are obliged to sing along!
Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reiterated travel warnings to Libya due to ongoing conflicts between rival militias and has called on Egyptians residing there to exercise utmost caution and keep away from armed clashes.
International community stresses prevention of further conflict between Israel and Gaza
By Omar Khedr There appears to be no limit to the possibilities that come from combining the internet, social media, and ground-breaking innovations to achieve significant changes across the globe. It is a movement that is restructuring government institutions, revolutionising how news is delivered, and forging entire new commercial industries. Eager to capitalise on this …
More arrested as security campaign in Sinai continues
Traditional handmade lanterns, the Mesaharaty, TV shows and charades have become the stuff of memories
Internationally backed Egyptian proposal was rejected by Hamas, Gaza Strip’s governing body
Both push for ceasefire, hope it will be followed by dialogue on causes of the crisis
By Mohammed Nosseir In principle, every citizen deserves a better life; why should people suffer if their lives can be improved? However, a better life won’t be dished out and served up on a golden plate. To lead better lives, citizens should not only work hard, they must abide by a number of values that …
The border crossing was opened Thursday under exceptional circumstances
Egyptian trucks held in Libya for several days in the latest incident of several faced by Egyptians in the country
The Saudi monarch makes rare, short stop in Egypt on his way back from Morocco
For the past 11 months, Egyptian authorities have repeatedly shut down the border crossing and it is estimated that thousands need to travel
Where are you watching the opening ceremony Thursday?
By Rasheed Hammouda and Mohamed Ibrahim For the previous installments: Part one and Part two This is the final installment of a three part series. The aim of this series is to dispel the increasingly widespread belief held by both supporters and detractors of Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi that the circumstances he faces and the …