Egypt accounts for about 18% of global date production
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Al-Fustat Market is next to the Amr Ibn Al-Aas Mosque, the first mosque built in Africa in the Islamic era. Adjacent to the market, there is also a church built from the Roman era, and the Ben Ezra Synagogue which dates back to the era of the Tulunid State.
The exhibition showcased the cultural heritage of their village, and its famous ceramic artworks and carpets.
More than 100 bee honey exhibitors, producers take part in biggest event for ‘Liquid Gold’
Book prices in El-Azbakeya Wall mostly range between EGP 5 and EGP 30
Festival runs for 16 days, comprising 31 concerts
Idea of ‘Ramadan Lantern’ dates back to Fatimid state era
Exhibition is meeting point for specialists and those interested in plants
These products were distinguished by their quality and affordable prices, and included products created by people with disabilities.
Country shifted from “cruel” state to “merciful” state in 1960s, to state of just development in modern era, says Salah Hashem
‘I just finished shooting Cairo – Kabul series and it’s a promising experience,’ says actress Hanan Motawie
Association helps visually impaired buck social stigmatisation to help them have independent, fully functional lives as good as their sighted counterparts
Egyptian-made boats are globally competitive due to high quality and low prices, says shipbuilder Salah Al Sambskani
Laughing, even for no reason, can only be good, and when mixed with yoga as Laughter Yoga, it helps patients overcome illnesses such as cancer and depression
Using drugs, lack of experience are main reasons for high number of exclusions from upcoming elections
Egyptian Armed Forces have been army of people for thousands of years, and their mission is to maintain homeland security
As the only Egyptian to participate in restoration work on the Al-Aqsa Mosque’s minbar, Magdy Al-Adawy gives further details on the work carried out
Combining ancient techniques and inborn creativity, Egypt’s artisanal weavers create magical story-telling carpets
Large-scale Pharaonic cat statue was made using 500kg of scrap, while another statue of Cleopatra was made of forks, spoons, and knives, says sculptor Salah
Up to 2,000 hours of audio and video lectures produced to renew religious discourse
In response to rumours, Ambassador Mohamed Al-Rabei says he remains in his position until 2022
Adjusting salaries, inclusion in medical profession allowance are top demands for ambulance workers
Egypt has world-class healthcare infrastructure, with many alternatives
Egyptian medical masks are still among world’s cheapest
138 budget recommendations to be announced in two weeks
Administrative Prosecution balances state’s administrative apparatus
Handing investment portfolio to prime minister eliminated many problems
“We have started working on the project three years ago. We completed the construction works and the equipment installation and operation would begin in the second half of the year,” Al-Qousi said.
Parliament to continue until 9 January 2021
We are worried about implementation mechanism of CBE’s mortgage financing initiative