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Egypt said in a letter to the UN Security Council that Cairo and Khartoum opposed a plan Ethiopia proposed for the first filling of its massive dam on the Nile


Many workers in Egypt who survive on day wages are struggling to feed their families amid the coronavirus crisis

African and Middle Eastern airlines have lost $23 billion due to the spread of the virus, the association said


The duration of Friday prayers has been reduced, but the government has stopped short of shuttering mosques

The irrigation minister said Egypt is ready to face the situation, should Ethiopia start filling the GERD reservoir in July

A cluster of coronavirus cases found aboard a cruise ship in Luxor has stoked fears among staff members on other ships, driving several to quit

This is the first case of the new coronavirus detected among Egyptians in Egypt, and the third in the country

Flights will start in June from Manchester

Former information minister Osama Heikal has been named Minister of State for Information Affairs


Egypt’s president named 16 new provincial governors and 23 deputy governors on Wednesday

Huda Nasrallah, a Christian, has been fighting for an equal share of her late father's estate



Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan on Wednesday set January 15 as goal for resolving a simmering dispute over a massive dam being built on Ethiopia’s Blue Nile

'It is not unlikely that the bank's active involvement will speed up the conclusion of a final binding agreement over pending technical issues, Ayman Salama, professor of international law told Ahram Online

The figure is down from eight percent when the campaign was first launched

Meanwhile, Russian President Putin said during his speech at the opening session of the summit in Sochi his country is among the top 10 importers from Africa, but called for boosting of trade with the continent

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