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According to a report issued by CAPMAS, 85 per cent of Egypt's population lives in difficult conditions of poverty, illiteracy and malnutrition. This is a timebomb that could explode at any moment

After years of relative isolation, the January Revolution shook the Coptic community — particularly the youth — and opened a new era where full and open equal citizenship is a widely supported goal


Ahmed Zewail, one of Egypt’s most prominent ever scientists and the Nobel Laureate that we have just lost, made a clear imprint on the research of chemistry and physics

With several factors negatively affecting Egypt's share of Nile water, how will the country handle the inevitable water shortage it will face in the coming years?

In the coming few days, MPs will discuss a draft law on the construction and reconstruction of churches. The constitution stipulates that this bill has to be passed in the first legislative season

This article is not about a long time friend, Mohamed Ghoneim, but rather an exceptional and dedicated Egyptian citizen who is a source of inspiration and pride for Egypt

This week, friends and admirers of the late Farag Fouda — a man of tremendous moral and intellectual courage — marked the 24th anniversary of his killing at the hands of Gamaa Islamiya

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What happened to an elderly lady in Minya prompted wide public reaction and anger. To avoid such incidents in the future, the law should be applied, not out of court reconciliation

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Doctors gained public sympathy following the Matariya Hospital incident, but the Ministry of Interior's handling of the case tarnished its image and dealt a serious blow to the Egyptian regime

As well as harming the country and the president, and undermining Egypt’s progress, security intrusions may ignite a new revolutionary wave inside universities

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