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With a rising crackdown on journalists in Egypt, media institutions and the Press Syndicate are taking the available measures to protect journalists in the field, but what of the government's role?
Tawfiq Saleh (1926 – 2013), a pioneer of realism in Egyptian cinema, was commemorated during the opening of a four-day conference on 'Post-2011 Cinema in Egypt' held at the AUC's film department
Revolutionary activists continue their campaign against Egypt's protest law
Ethiopia's prime minister says that Egypt should resume talks rather than continuing 'unnecessary complaints' over its proposed dam
New investment law might invalidate a case which annulled the contract between a gold producer and the Egyptian government in 2012
Government contracts with farmers working on 893,000 feddans boosts expected local procurement to an all-time high of 4.25 million tons of wheat
On Sinai Liberation Day, the commander of Egypt's Second Army says the military is in complete control of the Sinai Peninsula; army to secure upcoming presidential elections
Antiquities minister and governor of Sharm El-Sheikh met to discuss a new exhibition in the coastal resort town, in hopes of attracting more tourists to Sinai
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Dull domestic football matches are being deserted by Egyptian fans, whose passion has turned to European.....
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Packed parks and beaches, burnt dolls and spoiled fish mark the ancient Egyptian festival of Sham El-Nessim
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Ahram Online speaks with Coptic Christians during Easter celebrations about what they hope to gain from.....
Mohamed Shuman
Predominant media discourse in Egypt is exerting great effort to hide its contradictions through vagueness, selling illusions and promoting fear and conspiracies
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Mohamed Elmenshawy
The US has not sent an ambassador to Egypt since August 2013. For some, this is a sign of drift in US policy. For others, it's about turning down the heat
Chibli Mallat
The nonviolent struggle to end dictatorship, whether presidents-for-life or decrepit kings, is now a rooted factor, despite setbacks, in the politics of Middle Eastern states
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David Moyes lost his job as Manchester United manager because he ignored advice and failed to appreciate the scale ...

Spanish media is reporting former Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova is in hospital again because of a recurrence of the ...

Ibrahim Salah returns to Zamalek after a one-year spell with Saudi Arabia’s Al Orouba
Antiquities minister and governor of Sharm El-Sheikh met to discuss a new exhibition in the coastal resort town, in hopes of attracting more tourists to Sinai
Antiquities theft has flourished in Egypt in the three years of chaos since the 2011 uprising, robbing this ancient civilization of an indeterminate amount of heritage
Two 26th Dynasty tombs have been discovered at Al-Bahnasa archaeological site in Middle Egypt, containing mummies, coins and even mummified fish
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More personnel from Al-Azhar University convicted on charges of illegal protesting, with three professors included this time

The Obama administration said Tuesday it has certified that Egypt is upholding its 35-year-old peace treaty with Israel ...

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Retrial of 11 defendants accused of participation in the Port Said stadium massacre has been adjourned to 18 June

Kiev accused Moscow of seeking to set off a "third world war" by stoking border tensions, after ...

Kiev claimed it inflicted stinging defeats on pro-Kremlin rebels in east Ukraine on Thursday, as US President ...

Israel's security cabinet was to meet on Thursday morning to weigh its response to a unity deal struck ...

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New investment law might invalidate a case which annulled the contract between a gold producer and the Egyptian government in 2012
New law passed earlier this month could limit third-party involvement in contracts between the government and investors
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2013 was a good year, SODIC's managing director says, but losses came from construction firm's investments in Syria
Tawfiq Saleh (1926 – 2013), a pioneer of realism in Egyptian cinema, was commemorated during the opening of a four-day conference on 'Post-2011 Cinema in Egypt' held at the AUC's film department
This year's Spring Festival, organised by Al-Mawred Al-Thaqafy (Culture Resource), is set to incorporate music, theatre, film, visual arts, dance and poetry
Sanjoy Roy, main dynamo behind India by the Nile, reveals how he dedicated his life to art, and today runs Teamwork Arts, a company that brings a plethora of Indian cultural riches to audiences worldwide
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