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Taba Heights’ championship golf course recently hosted the annual Pro Am Invitational Golf Tournament. Daily News Egypt went to have a look
The 6 April Youth Movement which started with a Facebook group is one of the most powerful political movements today
Downtown Cairo is Egypt’s heart of cultural and political dynamism and coffeehouses have long been a contributing force in that momentum. Some of them belong to the past but still serve the present. Daily News Egypt visits Cairo’s historical coffeehouses and examines their impact on politics and culture.
How independent musicians suffer to present their art and dream of a diverse market in which they can achieve recognition
Early marriage in Egypt is a prevalent problem, too often framed within a religious vs. secular debate
After the revolution, strolling around the streets of Cairo, Alexandria, Mansoura or other big cities is never boring. Now like never before, you might run into marches, graffiti, posters and video projection that women political parties, groups and activists hold. Women activists have created many initiatives and campaigns to campaign for their rights. Daily News Egypt speaks to some of these emerging initiatives, their goals and activities, evaluates their impact and what it takes for them to reach their aims.
How a new governmental institution hopes to reduce the stigma of disability
Street vendors pose many challenges to the government, would policing them solve the problem?
The tale of one of the most iconic streets of the revolution
Tutankhamen’s tomb facsimile arrives in Egypt
The Daily News Egypt staff reflects their personal experiences in journalism
The legal framework governing civil society organisations is restrictive, discussions continue to create a new law but consensus seems unlikely
Egypt has a lot to offer and rock climbing can now be added to the list
People use St. Andrews’ Refugee Services to find help for life in Cairo and hope for the future
Torture under Mubarak, continuing under Morsy?
Salafi MPs have excluded an article from the draft constitution by claiming human trafficking does not exist, the evidence suggests otherwise
The 25 January revolution gave everyone hope for change, and the Baha’i hope for acceptance.
Daily News Egypt investigates women who depend on khula and those who are fighting for its existence
Amid a crackdown on houses of worship, incidents of persecution, accusations of contempt of religion and the rejection of their political party, Egyptian Shi’as are no longer a forgotten community in Egypt. After the 25 January Revolution, Egyptian Shi’as sought to have more freedom in the new era. Hence, they were brought under scrutiny. Daily News Egypt investigates the Egyptian Shi’as file; their quest for more freedom, their attempts to enter the political arena, their demands for the new constitution, and Al-Azhar’s response to their activities
A closer look at one of the most attractive tourist destinations
A tour inside the Metro stations of Egypt
The injured and their families have been going back and forth between NCCMFI and other stakeholders to ask for better treatment
The long history of Jews in the Nile Valley