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In the pursuit of a fair deal on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Egypt is resuming technical negotiations while lobbying for international political support

The pursuit of negotiated settlements for the situation in Libya, and with Ethiopia over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, reach a crux

The project's objective is to help Egypt achieve long-term stability in health financing with less dependence on the state budget and less exposure to economic fluctuations

Documenting the architectural heritage of the Cairo district of Heliopolis may be the only way to save the neighbourhood for future generations

What can Cairo do about the chaos over its western border, and its ongoing differences with Addis Ababa over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam?

The question facing the government now is whether to go for a gradual or more speedy reopening of the economy after the lockdown to halt the spread of the Covid-19, writes Dina Ezzat

Has the coronavirus pandemic accentuated a growing trend for more comfortable interiors?

COVID-19 has been changing the practice of medicine in Egypt

As Egypt debates its next step in the battle against Covid-19 there is yet to be a clear exit plan from the crisis, writes Dina Ezzat

The crisis over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam intensifies as hopes for a breakthrough evaporate

COVID-19 has forced the suspension of many festivities – with no telling when celebrations could be in play again

Gouda AbdelKhalek’s testimony on his 18-month experience as minister of solidarity and social justice is a precise account on how the January Revolution's dreams rose and fell

Festivities during this year’s Ramadan have been subdued by the need to keep up the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, writes Dina Ezzat

The COVID-19 pandemic is casting its shadow over the holy month

While working to keep the pandemic under control, the government must also juggle with managing Egypt’s economic and political interests

The book is a sequel to AbdelShakour’s first volume, ‘I was a kid in the 1970s,’ an earlier publication that shows a dedicated interest in biographies and social history

After the end of the Covid-19 crisis many international powers that have been engaged in regional crisis resolution efforts will be focused on home, says expert Bahgat Korany

The Covid-19 pandemic is bringing a sombre mood to the holiest season of the year for Egypt’s Coptic Christian community

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