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Flight to depart Cairo on Wednesday
London was the scene of a similar terrorist attack in November 2019, when a radicalized man was shot dead by the police after he killed two people near London Bridge.
Just as important, activity is being driven by pent-up demand and rock bottom interest rates.
Just as important, activity is being driven by pent-up demand and rock bottom interest rates
Egypt’s Observatory of Monitoring Takfiri Fatwas, Dar Al-Iftaa condemned the terrorist attack
Exhibition comes 12 years since young king’s treasures’ last visit to the British capital
In fact, the Middle East is considered the most water scarce region in the world. The Middle East/North Africa (MENA) region has only 1,100 m3 of renewable water per capita per year. For comparison, Western Europe has 5,400 m3 and North America 20,300 m31.
Auctions on Egyptian artefacts in Europe must end
South Korea to join European mission in Strait of Hormuz
FM asserted Egypt’s commitment to combat terrorism
Relic depicts cartouche of King Amonhotep I, was found while being auctioned
The film takes place against the backdrop of East London, where Leon (Marcus Rutherford) is a 19-year-old boy with an alcoholic mother. Chelsea is going through two fights.
Manuscript was lost in 1970s, was found while being auctioned
An ancient Egyptian depiction with carvings featuring female Pharaoh Hatshepsut was discovered by Kenneth Griffin, an Egyptology lecturer at Swansea University in the United Kingdom, the university said in a statement. The discovery came as the limestone was selected from the university’s Egypt Centre stored collection to be used in an object handling session. The …
18-year-old Egyptian national was born in Rome, died from sustained injuries
Aiming to raise awareness towards the cause of street children and orphans in Egypt, prominent musician Omar Khairat will perform a live music concert in St John’s Smith Square in London next month, a state media outlet reported. The concert’s income aims to support street children and orphans adopted by FACE, a non-profit organisation that …
Number of British tourists coming to Egypt during the first half of this year amounted to 147,000, up by 26%
Foreign affairs ministers of United States (US), France, Italy, and United Arab of Emirates (UAE) will attend the meeting
Good food always makes great memories! It is especially true when you are visiting a new city. Exploring the culture of the place through its food is surely a memorable experience. However, locating an ideal restaurant in an unfamiliar place may be a tricky affair. London, for example, is a hub for food lovers, and …
Grand Imam of Al-Azhar denounces the incident, calling for decrease of Islamophobia
Proposed stamp duty to be reviewed by the Economic Affairs Committee within two weeks
In a letter to the newspaper, Kamal said that Egypt did not block the French resolution
Global investors target new opportunities at sixth annual EFG Hermes London MENA and Frontier Conference
Theresa May, the longest-serving home secretary of recent times, has been known as a modernizer, an authoritarian – and above all, a pragmatist. Samira Shackle reports from London on Britain’s new prime minister.
The most iconic England football shirt in history has failed to find a buyer at auction. The jersey was worn by Geoff Hurst when he scored a hat-trick in the 1966 World Cup final against West Germany.
The UK has tried hard to strengthen its already robust economic relationship with Chinese politicians and businessmen. But many now question Britain’s future as an investment destination – and a gateway to the EU.
British writer Sharon Dodua Otoo just won the prestigious Bachmann Prize for a story she’d “accidentally” written in German. DW spoke with her about Brexit, xenophobia and life as a Black person in Berlin.
A seven-year inquiry into the UK’s involvement has concluded that London failed to exhaust all peaceful options. Ex-premier Tony Blair said he assumes “full responsibility” for any mistakes that arose from the conflict.
Shareholders in the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) have voted overwhelmingly for a merger with Deusche Börse despite post-Brexit concerns voiced by German regulators about the new entity being domiciled in London.