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Burkina Faso's embattled President Blaise Compaore announced on Friday that he was stepping down ...
A number of leading European outfits establish fan clubs in Egypt, building an ‘official fan base’ in a country whose supporters are mainly disgruntled with the dire state of domestic football
World stocks surged on Friday as the Bank of Japan's surprise stimulus sent investors on a buying ...
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El-Massry dedicated the award she received in Italy to fellow activists still in prison
Italy on Friday ignored the pleas of aid agencies and confirmed the end of its search and rescue operation ...
In the downtown area of Tunisia's capital Tunis, the famous Habib Bourguiba Avenue witnessed no ...
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Jihadists from more than 80 countries have flocked to fight in Iraq and Syria on an "unprecedented ...
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A closer look at the historical - and organisational - differences between the two parties shows how.....
Politics
Egypt is banking on members of old regimes to help the transition process in Syria, Yemen and Libya,.....
Egypt
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It's autumn, which means smoke from rice farms in the Delta hanging over the city, posing a health risk......
Ziad Akl
Ever since the fall of the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, Libya has been living in a state of 'multiple sovereignty' which will not end without casualties
Hassan Abou Taleb
Egypt is committed to fighting terrorism, at home and abroad, within a comprehensive framework
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Karem Yehia
Tunisia's upcoming parliamentary and presidential elections could show how to limit Islamists' influence via a free democratic system
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A number of leading European outfits establish fan clubs in Egypt, building an ‘official fan base’ in a country whose supporters are mainly disgruntled with the dire state of domestic football
Egyptian player Karim Darwish, the former world number one, announced his retirement at the age of 33 on Friday. "After ...
Ahly are feeling hard done-by after some refereeing decisions went against them in a disappointing 0-0 draw against Assiouty ...
Men carrying out illegal excavation work found the remains of an Egyptian temple from the reign of New Kingdom King Tuthmose III
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The Caravanserai will be restored by both the antiquities and housing minstries
Police customs at Safaga Port confiscated seven parcels filled with a collection of authentic artefacts, coins, old stamps and rare documents
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Helmi El-Touni
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Egypt has the right to use a buffer zone along its borders with Gaza to boost security, but should also be concerned about ...
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There is a difference between freedom of expression and committing violent acts, says Cairo University President Gaber Nassar
Government-appointed committee says its report, which will not be made public, reaches 'decisive' findings on violence that followed the ouster of president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013
Violent clashes in Burkina Faso that led to the overthrow of the president are a stark warning to other African leaders ...
Sweden officially recognised the state of Palestine, becoming the first western EU member to do so
Heavy fighting in South Sudan's key northern oil town of Bentiu raged Thursday, aid workers said, as fears of a renewed ...
Net profits drop to LE363.8 mn in first nine months of 2014, down from LE425.6 mn in same period last year
Benchmark index rises 2.4 percent as turnover reaches LE928 million
Egypt's decision to cancel the deal is the latest development in souring relations between the two countries
36th Cairo International Film Festival will run between 9 and 18 November at the Cairo Opera House
Colouring the Grey City and Cairo Dish Painting Initiative paint Egypt's capital in unique ways; however without pushing for genuine public participation one questions the fate of these hopeful initiatives
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In its two matinee concerts, Cairo Symphony Orchestra conducted by Nayer Nagui will perform Carnival of the Animals and Peter and the Wolf

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