After years of waiting one of Egypt’s favourite filmmakers receives the Egyptian passport
Cairo smells a little more pungent than normal
At the heart of Egypt’s sexual harassment epidemic lies an out-of-date and unrealistic ideal of the “real” man and the “honourable” woman
By Kingsley Ighobor and Ernest Harsch Sierra Leoneans love to eat rice. For them, rice is the food to live on. “It doesn’t matter what other food they eat, they must eat rice at least once a day before they can say they have eaten at all,” explains Umaru Fofana, editor of Politico, a Sierra …
Gross domestic product grew by merely 1% during the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2013/2014
Italy holds a number of investments in Egypt in the fields of energy and infrastructure, aims to deepen economic relations between the two countries
Average price per ton was $312, bringing total cost for imported wheat to $54.6m
Financial results reflect company’s success in boosting business volume after two years of declining profits in 2011 and 2012, Ministry of Petroleum reports
Scholarships will cover graduate studies along with training grants in various fields
Meeting concerns military communication, sale of Apache helicopters
Sisi offers the hope of relief from three years of political turmoil that began with the Arab Spring uprising, even though he was the man who toppled Egypt’s first freely-elected president, Islamist Mohamed Morsi.
Denmark’s foreign ministry held a special briefing for about 130 companies, including drugs firm Novo Nordisk and brewer Carlsberg on Friday after being inundated with inquiries about the business implications of the crisis.
The government amended the Real Estate Finance law to expand eligibility for mortgage subsidies and increase grants to low-income families
While the drug will still cost $900 for a 12-week course of treatment, that is a fraction of the $84,000 charged for a course of treatment in the United States.
Mubarak, his two sons, former interior minister, and six aides will continue standing trial on 25 March
Nile University welcomes the verdict while Zewail City says the verdict “adds nothing new”
Trials in Minya and Cairo postponed on Saturday
Sixteen students receive three year sentences in connection with December Al-Azhar University clashes
Smaller investors, which account for 38.5% of the group’s shares, would be bought out, WirtschaftsWoche said.
Industry Minister Fikri Isik said talks with Twitter were taking place and the ban would be lifted if the San Francisco-based firm appointed a representative in Turkey and agreed to block specific content when requested by Turkish courts.
Reuters – Oil and gas producer BG Group has begun offering voluntary redundancy to staff at its British headquarters, the company said, as it seeks to reduce headcount and trim costs. BG Group has been hit by lower than expected production rates, having downgraded output forecasts several times over the past two years, and is …
Police arrested four of them and dispersed the rest “with ease,” she said, adding that the race had “continued as normal”.
The Palestinian sources said Israeli soldiers entered the camp in the northern West Bank city to arrest Hamza Abu Alheja, 20, a member of the military wing of Hamas, the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades.
Obama thanked Salam for hosting Syrian refugees, nearly one million of whom have fled to Lebanon.
Several anti-harassment groups call on government to “adopt a comprehensive strategy to combat” sexual assault
Muslim Brotherhood members face military trial for trying to cross border into Sudan
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the Islamists included the Al-Qaeda affiliated Al-Nusra Front.
Two of the dam’s turbines will begin generating power within 18 months, says Ethiopia’s foreign ministry
Egyptian foreign minister in Lebanon to discuss Syria, cooperation
University chairman makes use of amended article in law governing universities