Latest in Tag: Sohag Highlight
Latest in Tag: Sohag
Tombs date back to Old Kingdom, Ptolemaic era
COVID-19 cases in Sohag reach about 7,000 since beginning of pandemic: Health Minister
Investigations reveal negligence of several involved employees that led to train collision, leaving 20 people dead, 199 injured
Precautionary arrests come pending investigations into accident
Compensation is paid directly to affected people without intermediary
This comes within the “Citizen Investment Plan” released by the ministry for Sohag governorate. El-Said said that the plan aims to provide detailed information on investments directed by the state to each governorate.
El-Said said that the remarkable growth in the volume of investments directed to the governorates comes as part of the government’s keenness to reduce development gaps by focusing on the governorates most in need.
The land allocation will ensure that the company can now proceed with the development of an integrated urban project in the new Upper Egypt development.
Exceptional flights carrying Egyptian returnees have flown into Cairo, Alexandria, Assiut, Sohag
Egypt’s total cases stand at 6,193 with over 1,500 recoveries
Ancient church vividly brings together three eras in one mesmerising example of Egypt’s rich history
Moustafa Waziri, Secretary-General of Supreme Council of Antiquities, stated in a press release that some of the temple’s stones were discovered during the excavation for installing the sewage pumps.
It’s believed to belong to Roman Empire era, says Ashmawy
The burial chamber belongs to a nobleman called Toutou and his wife who was a musician for goddess Hathor. It was accidentally discovered in April, during a police raid on an illegal excavation site.
Extraordinary colours, inscriptions, found on tomb’s walls
Among the rarest discovered elements were stones used for establishing temple, says mission’s head
Basuna Mosque is located in one of Sohag’s poorest villages
In November 2017, President Al-Sisi vowed to restore stability by eradicating terrorism
Project aims to finance integrated development in Sheikh Zein El-Din Village, says Nasr
The total amount of investment is worth EGP 185m
Demonstrators protested the formation of a sanitary sewer near their village
Minister of International Cooperation Sahar Nasr inspected the Red Monastery development project in Sohag, which was funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) with EGP 20m. The project aims to restore and develop the archeological aspects of the monastery, being an important touristic attraction and providing employment for local residents and limited-skill …
The protest was dispersed by force, while residents of the village insist they were trying to draw attention to the kidnapping
Security forces are still present in Al-Naghmeish village, following violent acts against Coptic residents
Four people were injured and 15 houses were damaged when unknown assailants attacked Al-Naghmeish, a Coptic village in Sohag, on Friday, according to Nader Shoukry, editor-in-chief of Copts United news website. The attack started after the Friday prayers in rejection to one of the private residences opening his house to hold Coptic prayers, according to …
Germany is providing “political support” to Egypt as it carries out its economic reform programme, says ambassador Julius Georg Luy
Through the “German Week in Upper Egypt”, the Qena governor aims to establish a German school in his province
German ambassador will meet several governors to discuss cooperation
Although the heavy rainfall shouldn’t come as a surprise, the government is always late in its efforts to counter the impact of floods, says MP
The parliament, the armed forces, the ministries of housing and water resources are working in parallel to overcome the aftermath of the flooding