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Beji Caid Essebsi
Seven banks involved in Monday's deal
Most shares decline on profit taking, reversing Sunday's gains
Rain caused minor flooding in parts of Cairo on Monday, leading to increased traffic congestion
First agreement signed to invest in Egyptian project to turn Nile Delta into international grain hub
Ramy Jan, founder of Christians Against the Coup, is an outspoken supporter of ousted president Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood
Fact-finding committee formed to investigate violence after Mohamed Morsi's ouster promises 'politically neutral and balanced report'
Pro-regime Salafists say national security should take priority
In broad daylight, at noon on 21 September 2014, the Houthi movement ended the standoff in Sanaa in ...
Conditions at home are continuing to drive Egyptians abroad, even to strife-torn Libya
Interim president heads into run-off with Bieji Caed Essebsi
Ignacio Artaza
Laws against female genital mutilation have been in place in Egypt for more than half a decade, but they need to be bolstered, so the practice ends and culprits are punished
Hicham Mourad
Military and security measures are needed to control terrorism in Sinai. But a long-term solution must address the economic and social dimension of the problems in the peninsula
Ziad Akl
Presidents come and go, but one fact remains: the state’s inability to deal effectively with Sinai
Barcelona defender Thomas Vermaelen may need an operation to cure his thigh injury, sports director Andoni Zubizarreta ...
A late header by youngster Ramadan Sobhi gives a second-string Ahly side a 2-1 comeback win over lowly Nasr
Zamalek move top following a hard-fought 3-2 win over lowly Ragaa in Alexandria
A detailed UNESCO report on restoration works carried out at Djoser's Step Pyramid in Saqqara and in Historic Cairo will be issued mid-December
Delegations of international antiquities experts to issue report on Cairo sites
Fifteen wooden beams of King Khufu's second solar boat, damaged by water and insects, have been transferred to the Grand Egyptian Museum after its restoration in situ at Giza plateau
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Rain caused minor flooding in parts of Cairo on Monday, leading to increased traffic congestion
Talks focused on Gaza Strip, Israeli-Palestinian peace process
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said in an interview published Sunday that he would be prepared to send troops ...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed reports Monday that world powers had failed to strike a deal with the ...
US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has resigned, the first major cabinet change after Obama's Democrats were routed ...
Burkina Faso's interim government met for the first time Monday, with the military retaining key jobs some three weeks ...
Real estate developer will become two companies in order to show actual value of its Porto projects and as part of wider plans to expand other developments
Egypt’s aging railway urgently needs LE41 billion to develop 700 outdated carriages and 21 tractor units, Minister ...
Egypt hopes to attract investment of $10-$12 billion in 20 projects, including in energy, transport and water, at a major ...
Fourth edition of Chopin Piano Competition for young musicians holds first round at the Cairo Conservatory, with winner's performance on Thursday 27 November
Screening as part of a short retrospective on German director Wim Wenders, his latest documentary, The Salt of the Earth, will be shown in Cairo during the Panorama of the European Film
Ida, a black and white movie by Pawel Pawlikowski, looks into two women who roam 1960s Poland to discover who they really are. The film will screen again 23 and 29 November

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