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The offering to competitors is scheduled to take place in accordance with the ready lands whose licences have been finalised, and will cover most of Egypt’s governorates. The final tally of schools at this stage is expected to reach 70.
Ministry of International Cooperation works with development partners to help Egypt achieve United Nation’s 17 SDGs
Law criminalises any acts of obstructing, or preventing burial of coronavirus victims
Thousands of health sector employees referred to investigation in 2015: Prosecution
Rights group says it will confront sexual harassment and help women feel secure
ANHRI renewed its demands to put an end to reducing counter terrorism measures “to the security stick only, stressing that the only way to confront terrorism and eradicate it from its roots is through respecting the rule of law”.
25 November is international day for the elimination of violence against women
Residents were arrested after security forces dispersed a sit-in organised in objection to their poor living conditions
Al-Sisi calls on interior minister to apply the law in combating sexual assault in Tahrir Square; prosecutor general investigates assault incidents
The total amount of investments that are hoped to be collected from public sector companies amount to EGP 3.69bn for the 2014/2015 year, according to Al-Mula.
Prosecutor general claims the suspects were attempting to rob a jewellery shop near the church
Ousted president’s son was arrested and accused of illegal drug use
Detainees’ conditions in Egyptian jails worsen
Detainees’ lawyer says those held at Abu Zaabal prison are subject to “the harshest” detention conditions
Central Auditing Organisation head referred to criminal court for defaming Minister of Justice
Doctors have already held two partial strikes, may follow the union’s decision
NGOs’ Arms of Injustice report focus on unjust laws, interior ministry and judiciary practices
Negotiations are expected to be completed by Tuesday
Taxi owners stand to gain upward of EGP 8,300 says an official report
Abdel Meguid Mahmoud resigns just days following his reinstatement
Committee chairman: Large amounts are being spent to repair cars while citizens suffer from shortages in medical supplies
Three out of every five Egyptians have heard of the Tamarod, or “rebellion”, campaign.
Half of those who are aware of the campaign are amenable to signing its form.
Watchdog claims prosecution made over EGP 1m from bail charges in 90 days
Prime Minister Hesham Qandil failed to uphold an Administrative Court order, dismissal and jail sentence appealable
Public figures urge national boycott campaign to discredit upcoming elections
As the Shura Council discusses the draft law regulating NGOs, the Egyptian Organisation for Human Rights expressed fears and concerns over human rights