Latest in Tag: egyptian Highlight
Latest in Tag: egyptian
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 …
Premier Skills brought together 50 Egyptian and Syrian grassroots football coaches to work side by side for a week of intensive community development coaching. The course offered the Syrian and Egyptian coaches the chance to work together on a shared passion: football. The Community Coach training course took place from Wednesday 30 April to Tuesday …
The border crossing has been closed since 1 April; humanitarian cases are still cut off inside the strip without access to assistance
Satellite will serve industrial, agricultural, mineral, planning and environmental fields in Egypt, says cabinet spokesman
Cairo court upheld conviction of revolutionary activists Maher, Douma, and Adel on Monday amid wide condemnation from political parties, rights groups and foreign governments
Egyptian authorities had opened the border crossing for three consecutive days this week
Another Christian killed in Libya as Egyptian foreign ministry demands thorough investigation
By James M. Dorsey An Egyptian government initiative to build more than a thousand new football pitches to “keep youth off the streets” against the backdrop of a rising number of clashes between fans and security forces and a likely extension and expansion of the ban on spectators attending matches highlights the opportunities and threats …
The Institute hosted a screening of 5 shorts about women that were also screened at the Euro Film Panorama last November
By James M. Dorsey Multiple conflicts between Egypt’s military-backed government and the country’s foremost soccer clubs that pit militant soccer fans against both Egypt’s autocratic leaders and club managers could force world soccer governing body FIFA to suspend Egypt. The disputes reflect the broader crisis that has shipwrecked Egypt’s transition from autocracy to a politically more …
Asli’s food is not all exceptional but its prices and big menu will satisfy many customers.
Egypt’s military rarely promotes senior officers to the rank of field marshal.
Egyptian movies at the festival pique the interests of the local audience, with Salama’s feature being well-received, but we have to be more patient to gauge the audience’s response to the European films.
Egyptian Football league suspended again until 28 January
Fishermen were arrested for violating Libya’s territorial waters
Amnesty International condemns trial and irreversible verdict, describes charges as “vague”
The central bank said it sold $38.8 million to banks at the auction, with a cut-off price of 6.8776 pounds to the dollar, compared with 6.8778 at the sale on Thursday.
Egyptians are the most concerned nation about Terrorism
The hijab fashion in Egypt has been changing rapidly over the last ten years. Although the Spanish style veil has emerged five years ago, a newer and faster “Spanish” is getting simpler and looser now. Some argue that the traditional hijab, despite the new florescent colours, will soon fade out in Egypt.
New Egyptian Ambassadors leaving the country shortly
The website not only features a variety of products made by new, local designers, it is also a smartly designed networking tool
Egyptian pound’s black market value falls on instability following dispersal of pro-Morsi sit-ins in 14 August.
Two Sinai militant groups claim responsibility for attack
For the third consecutive year ‘Ramez’ tops all shows
The human rights agency denounces sectarian violence and lack of security, holding Egyptian government responsible