Latest in Tag: Upper Egypt Highlight
Latest in Tag: Upper Egypt
The funding will be used to maintain and renovate the Al-Waledeya station’s first unit boiler, which will be carried out by the boiler’s original producer Mitsubishi.
Violence over the past weekend has left five people dead
Service between the capital and Upper Egypt governorates had been suspended since 14 August before being resumed and later suspended again on Saturday
EIPR blames Islamist leaders for violence that was triggered by inciting hate speech, while security forces have been “negligent” in dealing with violence
A verbal dispute leads to clashes with live bullets and stones, three houses set on fire
Human rights group demands charges be dropped, saying they violate freedom of expression
Governor: There’s a need to establish a law specific to the city
Cement manufacturer to deliver tailored activities for university students
‘The global city project will take five to eight years and provide thousands of jobs,’ says Civil Aviation Minister Samir Imbabi
The ministry is expected to charge ten eligible companies with the task of administering the project, with operations in Beni Suef and Dairut to be run as a Build, Operate, Own, Transfer (also known as BOOT) scheme.
Ministry of Education building ‘modern schools’ in Sohag and Assiut to be completed in 2016
One Million Blankets campaign is a UAE plot backed by “enemies of religion and state,” says Al-Gamaa Al-Islamiya member
Nubian representatives continue to be critical of government
Investors Associations blame government
Photography in Egypt is often seen as a means to a commercial end, disregarding the fact the people behind the camera are artists. This is Egypt, as seen by talented photographers.
Christians claim security forces don’t offer them protection.
Nine and ten year old will not stand trial for contempt of religion
Local residents deny claims that Ali Abu Hussein is targeting only Christians
By Mohamed Abdel Monsef and Abdel Razek Elshoweikhy Minister of Tourism Hesham Zaazou passed a decision last Sunday to re-start long Nile cruises from Luxor and Cairo. Two days ago the first cruise arrived in Menya. General Director of Tourism at the governorate, Osama Wadie, said that the boat docked at the Ekhnaton port of …
By Mohamed Darwish The Central Authority for Housing (CAH) concluded the development of 153 villages at the beginning of the month, costing EGP 2.5 billion. The development rate in 373 villages reached 45%, costing EGP 3.5 billion in the Sohag, Assuit, Qena, Luxor and Menya governorates. General Mahmoud El-Maghawry, Director of the CAH, said that …
The celebrations include a mass in church, with chants specific to the occasion, as well as the breaking of the fast in church. On the night prior to the mass, the night prayer, Asheyya in Arabic, prepares the faithful for communion.
Giza governor had implemented the mandates issued by President Morsy to form a committee responsible for surveying damage resulting from clashes in Dahshur
Entessar Abd el Fattah, founder and director of the festival aims to educate audiences about the religious heritage of different countries and cultures. During the festival 24 bands representing 20 countries will perform.
The focus of their music is a search for the relationship that exists between “the music of the dark skinned in the world and to mix it in an easy way that allows normal street people to understand this music without any complication.”
By Maggie Michael / AP CAIRO: Officials and witnesses say a gang of robbers has attacked villagers in southern Egypt after being surprised by police while trying to steal railroad tracks for scrap metal. They spoke Tuesday describing one of a number of incidents illustrating the breakdown of law and order in Egypt in the aftermath …