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Sunday, 09 May 2021
“Remember, you are entering the realm of highly evolved and perfectly adapted open-ocean predators who should be treated with respect and caution”, alerts a HEPCA report issued after recent shark attacks Sharm El-Sheikh
Sharks of different species are behind recent attacks on tourists at Egypt's Red Sea, a US marine biologist says
Owners and drivers of heavy transport vehicles went on strike today demanding a five year extension before the implementation of further lorry regulations, to allow for their case to be further studied
An international conference is set to be held in Luxor, from 10 to 12 December to discuss possible means of combating human trafficking
Whether the latest death in police custody was the result of torture will be determined by a coroner's report due within one month
Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak paid a visit to Luxor governorate, where she toured two schools that have undergone complete upgrades as part of the 100-schools project
Court rejects appeal to release Copts arrested in the recent Omraneya clashes
Russian tourism has dropped 20 per cent because of recent shark attack incidents in Sinai, while the government moves to compensate those affected.
After a meeting in Cairo between Chairman Abbas and President Mubarak, the Palestinian leader announced that there will be no direct talks with Israel if settlement activities continue
The Wafd Party has decided to have no parliamentary representation in the 2010-2015 People's Assembly and moves to freeze the membership of its winning MPs
As the newly-elected People's Assembly opens its first session Monday, topping the agenda is amending a number of laws, including emergency law
Pope Shenouda speaks out on behalf of the victims of the Omraneya violence last month
The Muslim Brotherhood's representation in parliament has dwindled from 88 to one. It's likely to go down to zero
The Wafd party is likely to suspend rather than expel the six rebel members who ran and won seats in the second round against the party's pull-out decision
Update: Police release statement refuting the claim
Officials in the Nile Delta governorate of Menoufeia have declared a state of high alert following the death of an H1N1 patient and the detection of 89 infected areas.
6 April protesters stood in front of the office of the General Prosecutor to demand the release one of their members
Egypt and 18 other countries decline invitation to the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony honoring Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo.
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