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The latest round of tripartite negotiations between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan over the Grand Renaissance Dam, the first in more than a year, ends without an agreement, reports Doaa El-Bey
Amany Al-Tawil analyses the repercussions of the failure of negotiations over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
PRESIDENT Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi named Chancellor Hamada Al-Sawi as prosecutor-general on Thursday. He succeeds Nabil Sadek ...
Will a new legislative agenda help re-activate political life?
The latest disinformation campaign against Egypt, broadcast from Qatar and Turkey, was denounced at the eighth National Youth Conference, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
Talks with Ethiopia over its dam on the Blue Nile have reached yet another deadlock and Cairo is examining its options, writes Dina Ezzat
Holders of Suez Canal investment certificates have received their money back with interest
Ahmed Kotb reports on an EU-funded project that has been helping to implement policy reforms in Egypt’s Ministry of Trade and Industry
A draft bill aims to make life easier for Egypt’s small and medium-sized enterprises, reports Safeya Mounir
As inflation rates cooled to their lowest levels in six years in August, the possibility of yet ...
The value of deposits at Egyptian banks is reaching new highs, with those by households counting for more than 80 per cent of the total, reports Sherine Abdel-Razek
Digital transformation and financial inclusion are the keys to economic development, officials and experts said at this week’s Euromoney Conference in Cairo
Palestinians see Israeli politicians of all stripes racing against time to end their cause. The only solution is Palestinian national unity, writes Haitham Ahmed
Trump blamed Iran for unprecedented attacks on Saudi oil facilities, but said he was in “no rush” to go to war, reports Khaled Dawoud
There are still uncertainties about who was responsible for the attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia last week and the nature of the US and Saudi response, reports Ahmed Mustafa
Deep fissures in the ruling party are widening as Turkey’s Erdogan continues to lose, embarrassingly and publicly, key former allies, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid
Saudi Arabia’s social reforms seem to be moving at a speedier pace than the majority of its people can absorb, writes Haitham Nouri
As political tensions declined in Egypt after the 30 June Revolution, the government opted for a policy of infrastructure investment as a way of restoring security, writes Ziad Akl
The map of the Middle East is being redrawn politically and geostrategically. Or so Trump administration officials hope, writes Hussein Haridy
Recent figures show that Egypt is over the economic hump, paving the way for a better future for all its citizens, writes Azza Sedky
As work takes off on Egypt’s Dabaa nuclear power plant, two major nuclear energy events taking place in London have underlined the benefits of nuclear power, writes Amina Khairy
The recent debacle around the invitation of the Taliban to Camp David highlights a tension in Trump’s outlook towards international security, writes Abdel-Moneim Said
The Fine Art professor talks about the “Artistic Twittering”, a three-day exhibition she founded for children’s drawings, organised by The One Shot art group
Tonight, writes Soha Hesham, El Gouna will witness the opening of the third El Gouna Film Festival (19-27 September), ...
As the third El Gouna Film Festival kicks off, Nahed Nasr talks to its director Intishal Al Timimi, and its artistic director Amir Ramses
Nora Amin covers the Cairo International Festival for Contemporary and Experimental Theatre 2019
An overview of the Egyptian Oscar submission process through history on the wake of nominating Poisonous Roses for Academy Award for Best International Feature Film
A major exhibition at the Louvre in Paris has been shedding light on the Hittites, a formidable foe of the ancient Egyptian New Kingdom, writes David Tresilian
We asked a most distinguished gentleman about vaping, and his reaction was one of extreme offence, at such a distasteful ...
After a long day’s work, we settle down on our favourite couch and reach for the TV remote control. Navigating ...
The world is abuzz over multiple conflicts that the last thing needed was a blazing fire scorching the Amazon rainforest. Environmentalists, ...
Zahi Hawass writes about the ancient Egyptian site of Abydos and how it became known as the “land of sacred sands”
The Shobra Palace, often seen as Egypt’s Versailles, will regain its majestic look after the completion of restoration, reports Nevine El-Aref
A rich collection of archaeological activities has taken place in Luxor this week, reports Nevine El-Aref
Last week’s Cairo Mango Festival suggested changing ways of enjoying the country’s favourite fruit, reports Dina Ezzat
Decreasing the use of plastic and encouraging people to use sustainable substitutes have become official policies of Egypt’s Ministry of Environment, reports Mahmoud Bakr
Whatever happened to the pavements that used to line the streets of many Egyptian towns and cities? Nesmahar Sayed finds out
Construction work is well underway on facilities at Dabaa on the North Coast, the site of Egypt’s first nuclear power plant, writes Sara Mohamed
The wellness business is flourishing in Egypt, with growing numbers of people joining what has become a global craze, writes Gihan Shahine
Have political memes — digital capsules poking fun at political or social life — replaced more traditional forms of political expression in Egypt?
Egyptian women are now able to freeze their eggs like other women worldwide, writes Omneya Yousry
Serves 4-6 Ingredients: 1 kg shrimp (unpeeled) 2 onions (quartered) 5-6 garlic cloves (whole) 2 ...
Serves 4 Ingredients: 1 beef or 2 veal trotters (chopped into 8 or (4 if veal) pieces) 2 onions (peeled, quartered) 2 ...
If you’re trying to quit or cut down on smoking regular cigarettes and tempted to turn to electronic cigarettes ...
Want to raise successful kids? We all do. But being a parent isn’t an easy job, and raising successful kids doesn’t ...
Dina Ezzat talks to Farida Fahmi, diva of Egypt’s Reda Folkdance Troupe, on its 60th anniversary this month
The third round of the “Solos in Parallel” exhibition featuring new collections by Egyptian contemporary artists ...
Travelling exhibition of Japanese ceramics was featured at Cairo's Mahmoud Khalil Museum
All films screened in commercial cinemas are changed on Wednesday. Generally, shows begin at 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, ...
All films screened in commercial cinemas are changed on Wednesday. Generally, shows begin at 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, ...
Though the number of Egyptian films showcased outside the country has significantly lowered, it is worth looking at those which made it to the international festivals
The American University in Cairo The Rare Books and Special Collections Library “Princess Fawzia: The Duality ...
The American University in Cairo The Rare Books and Special Collections Library “Princess Fawzia: The Duality ...
Amir Bashtak Palace Al-Muaaz St, Tel 02 2787 9187 Every Saturday and Wednesday, 4pm: The training courses of the ...
Amir Taz Palace 27 Al-Syoufiya St, off Al-Saliba St, Al-Khalifa District, Tel 02 2514 2581 Every Sunday, Monday ...
Cairo Festival City Al-Tagamouaa Al-Khamis King Lear, an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s masterpiece ...
## Cairo Festival City Al-Tagamouaa Al-Khamis King Lear, an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s masterpiece ...
## Arab Music Institute 22 Ramsis St, Tel 02 2574 3373 Thurs 12, 8pm: Classical Arab songs by Al-Fan Al-Sadeq ...
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The winds of change are always blowing. Brace yourself. Change is coming and it is coming fast. The entire fabric of life ...
## “In Memoriam of Raouf Abdel-Meguid” features a rare collection of paintings by the truly iconic, award-winning ...
## Vote of confidence THE WAFD, Egypt’s oldest political party, on Sunday renewed its confidence in Bahaaeddin ...
GIANA Lotfiof Egypt took back the spotlight after her victory in the karate World Cup in Japan. The triumph in the female ...
Zamalek won the Egypt Football Cup after overpowering newcomers Pyramids FC 3-0, reports Abeer Anwar
Said Okasha examines the composition of domestic political forces that may see an unusual alliance form
The debate on leaving the European Union in Britain is damaging core democratic values in the country, among them parliamentary scrutiny and the rule of law, writes Manal Lotfy in London
New elections are looming in Britain amid warnings that the government may ignore the parliamentary opposition, writes Manal Lotfy in London
Is the West still a reliable international partner for Egypt
The Egyptian powerhouse football club hires a relative unknown as their new coach
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