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Soaring red meat prices have led to the emergence of a number of campaigns across the country calling for a boycott of butchers; however, butchers say unaddressed issues not 'their greed' pushed up prices
Singer Nadia Mostafa says 'kitschy' stuff must go; former head of the syndicate Mostafa Kamel agrees but questions how the rule will be implemented; dissenters continue to describe attempt as 'ridiculous' and 'distracting'
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According to an email Clinton received in 2012, a worried now-ousted president Morsi once instructed Egyptian intelligence to gather information on the activities of the Salafist party Al-Nour's
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Three members from Egypt's semi-governmental National Council for Human Rights withdrew from the ...
Negotiations between Egypt's private companies to buy gas from Israel and Cyprus are ongoing, says oil minister Sherif Ismail after Zohr gas field find sparks panic in Tel Aviv
Egypt's main index closed on Wednesday 0.74 percent down at 7,150 points as non-Arab foreign investors ...
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Egypt's Court of Cassation decides to keep the groups' general guide and 17 Muslim Brotherhood members on terrorism list
Tuesday marked the first day that prospective candidates could register to participate in October's parliamentary elections
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Signs of growing radicalisation within the Muslim Brotherhood, the oldest political Islamic group, offer.....
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The Virgin Mary continues to be a figure of faith and fascination for Egyptians of different religious.....
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Energy expert Mohamed El-Ansary told Ahram Online that 'real industrial development is now possible for.....
Ziad Bahaa-Eldin
Laws become obsolete in various ways. Sometimes as a new law repeals an older one or a court overturns a statute as unconstitutional. ...
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Ziad Akl
Military intervention in Libya at this moment is as problematic as it would appear necessary. And herein lies the paradox
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Nervana Mahmoud
Before advocating a ban of Islamists, non-Islamists need to heal their internal rifts to gain more support among conservative Egyptians
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Manchester United on Tuesday confirmed the signing of 19-year-old French striker Anthony Martial from Monaco on a four-year ...
Germany coach Joachim Loew is backing Bastian Schweinsteiger to brush off his shaky start at Manchester United when he ...
El-Welily expressed joy as she became Egypt's first ever world number one ranked squash player
Studies will confirm whether the brickwork dates back to the Fatimid Caliphate
The mask was accidentally broken by Egyptian Museum staff in 2014
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The tomb of the 26th dynasty vizier of Upper Egypt discovered in South Assassif on Luxor's west bank
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China is the second stop in President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi’s Asian tour
Student claims her failure to get any marks in her exams is suspicious
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As European countries grapple with record numbers of desperate refugees and migrants clamouring to enter Europe, the continent's ...
US Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday he believes Middle East peace talks can be relaunched, a day after Israeli ...
French judges investigating claims that Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was murdered have closed the case without bringing ...
Energy expert Mohamed El-Ansary told Ahram Online that 'real industrial development is now possible for Egypt after Eni's discovery of 30 trillion cubic feet of natural gas'
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Egypt aims to reach self-sufficiency with natural gas within 5 years as a result of Eni's discovery, as well as other possible findings, according to a petroleum ministry spokesperson
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Far fewer Egyptians are complaining about the kind of power cuts that fuelled unrest in the past but government energy ...
Singer Nadia Mostafa says 'kitschy' stuff must go; former head of the syndicate Mostafa Kamel agrees but questions how the rule will be implemented; dissenters continue to describe attempt as 'ridiculous' and 'distracting'
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