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Europe plans on hitting illegal immigration vessels, researcher denounces idea, placing blame on West for African underdevelopment
Allam has set out on a trip to Europe “to modify the image of Islam”
Barcelona meetings highlighted importance of unconditional European support to Arab countries and reviewing the neighbouring countries’ policy
The move comes amid a rise of anti-Islamist groups in Western countries
Ministry of Tourism aims to increase sector’s income to $10bn by end of fiscal year 2014/2015, compared to $5.1bn last year
Luxor and Aswan were excluded from tourist projects at the Economic Summit, says Tourism Chamber Chairman
By Fadi Elhusseini Are we witnessing a harbinger of a religious war? Is it the beginning of a new violent era that may not spare any nation? What is it that radicalism wants to achieve by committing such acts? Why is this happening? And is there a solution? These are few questions that appear in …
Visa card holders in Saudi Arabia came in first place in terms of spending, spending $35.18m during the first half of the festival compared to around $27.29m during the same period in 2014.
Egyptian-Russian relations have been cold for around 40 years, but as Putin visits Egypt, the foreign policy game is changing for both countries
Egypt’s monetary policy encourages importers and deters producers, Egyptian pound losing real value
By Khaled Okasha Was the attack on Charlie Hebdo in the French capital just a coincidence? Or was it a plan to threaten anyone who mocks Islam? According to eyewitnesses of the attack, while firing their guns, the attackers were shouting that they had avenged the prophet. There is no doubt, however, that this attack …
Egypt is the tenth largest natural stone quarry producer in the world and the second largest exporter of marble blocks
The Egyptian president started his three stop Europe tour with talks in Italy
Egypt’s foreign minister also holds meetings with Saudi, British officials
Decision follows meeting with international tourism delegates
Awards confirm their position as a “reference private bank”, say Wealth Management co-CEOs
Ministry of Finance raises allocations to TAA to participate in 21 tourism exhibitions across the world
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry visits Ethiopia, after concluding European tour in Rome
Egyptian foreign minister begins four day tour of European capitals
Africa and Europe search for an elusive agreement
Government should support firms to increase their quality and productivity in order to export
By Didier Leroy Dr Mahmoud Azab, interfaith dialogue counsellor for the Great Imam of Al-Azhar University (often considered the highest authority in Sunni Islam), passed away on 29 June in Cairo. The day before, Didier Leroy, researcher at the Royal Military Academy of Belgium (RMA) and teaching assistant at the Free University of Brussels (ULB), …
In 2007, mid-production of a documentary film of mine called Back in a Coffin discussing the phenomenon of illegal migration from Egypt to Italy on what is tragically called death boats, I learned about real human beings, not just a media exaggeration to sell a story to the public. In a village called Tatoon in …
How many times did we hear the term “good Muslim” either within the Muslim communities or others in Europe? I assume many. But have we ever thought of the scale of differences and miscommunication due to the misuse of this label? To start with, being a good Muslim is nothing but a myth, which applies …
Kiev and its Western backers see Moscow’s main aims as making sure Ukraine’s east holds a planned “referendum” on Sunday calling for autonomy, and sabotaging all possibility of a nationwide presidential election two weeks later.
Minister of Interior calls on citizens to report anything they judge as “suspicious”
The United States and Europe have prepared fresh sanctions on Russia they could activate as soon as April 18 over the crisis in Ukraine, where tensions spiked as rebels detained an international team of military observers.
A few weeks ago I called an old friend to say goodbye before heading to Brussels after winning an EU award for my work in the past couple of years. I briefly explained what I would be doing in the capital of Europe and the fact that I would be having a series of meetings …
Warning that time was running out for the planet to avoid worst-case climate change
Etihad Rail DB will manage operations for the first stage of the railway, transporting granulated sulphur on a 264-kilometre (164-mile) route from Shah and Habshan to the port of Ruwais.