Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia should act on GERD dispute based on binding deals: South Africa

South Africa's Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Naledi Pandor has said that Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia have to act in accordance with binding agreements regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) dispute.

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Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia should act on GERD dispute based on binding deals: South Africa
Egypt to launch COP27’s official website within days: PM
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Egypt to launch COP27’s official website within days: PM

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly announced on Wednesday that Egypt will launch “within days” the official website of the 27th session of the Conference of Parties (COP27) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which will be hosted in the Red Sea city of Sharm El-Sheikh in November.

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Work at Egypt's Grand Egyptian Museum nears completion: Ministry

Architectural work at the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) is scheduled for completion by the end of June and interior finishes by the end of September, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced on Monday.

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In Photos: Ancient engravings, reliefs uncovered during restoration of Temple of Esna

The Egyptian-German archaeological mission has uncovered original reliefs and engravings on the walls and ceilings of Temple of Esna in Luxor, Upper Egypt during ongoing restoration work.

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Passengers at Cairo Airport can visit its museums free on Wednesday

In celebration of the first anniversary of the opening of the two archaeological museums at Cairo International Airport, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced on Monday that museum visitors will be able to enter free of charge on 18 May.

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Mummification Museum in Luxor to celebrate its 25th anniversary with free guided tours

To mark the 25th anniversary of the inauguration of the Mummification Museum in Luxor, the museum offered free guided tours to Egyptian visitors on Saturday 7 May.

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International Festival for Drums to kick off at Saladin’s Citadel

Under the slogan ‘Drums, Dialogue for Peace’, the 9th edition of the International Festival for Drums will open on Saturday night at Beir Youssef Theatre at Saladin’s Citadel at 8pm.

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Obituary: Director Abdel-Rahman El-Shafaai (1939-2022)

This morning Egypt bids goodbye to an icon of folk theatre, renowned director Abdel-Rahman El-Shafaai. The director of the Nile Troupe for Traditional Instruments passed away yesterday at the age of 83.

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Sirah: Larger than life

“The ‘sirah’ (‘life story’) of a person outlives them,” goes the Egyptian proverb that highlights the importance of the legacy one leaves behind.

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Tunisian diva Ghalia Benali’s latest concert in Cairo: ‘Time to sit down and listen to ourselves’

As free as the curlew bird that greets her and her audience every time she sings on stage, Tunisian diva Ghalia Benali broke from the typical time constrains of songs, chanting only long poems of her choice during her latest concert in Cairo.

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INTERVIEW: FDA leads int'l efforts to harmonise regulatory approaches to generic drugs

In an exclusive interview with Sarah Ibrahim — associate director for Global Generic Drug Affairs at the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the first Egyptian-American in such a leading position — Ahram Online discussed Ibrahim’s journey from Cairo University to her current position.

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Empowerment in a cookbook: Recipes tell stories of women in Egypt

The UN’s World Food Program(WFP) published a first-of-its-kind cookbook, titled “Empowering Women through Cooking,” that combines recipes with personal narratives of empowerment.

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Norway celebrates 208 years of independence in Cairo

On the 208th anniversary of Norway’s Constitution Day, the country’s ambassador in Egypt expressed her pleasure to see innovative cooperation between Egypt and Norway towards a just transition to a renewable and sustainable future ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference 2022 (COP27).

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Egypt’s GAHAR receives ISQua accreditation

Egypt’s General Authority for Healthcare Accreditation and Regulation (GAHAR) was awarded the accreditation of Dublin's International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua).

Bread on Uncle Milad’s Table by Libyan debut novelist Mohamed Alnaas was announced today as the winner of the 2022 International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF).

A writer who penned a piece titled "How To Murder Your Husband" is on trial in the United States for...killing her husband.

The American University in Cairo Press, has recently released “Ottoman Cairo” book by late author Chahinda Karim. The book was published posthumously.

Nadi El Mohebin (Lovers Club) by Sobhi Moussa, (Cairo: Samaa Publishing House, 2021).