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Students are trying out their computer tablets

Arab and EU leaders meeting in Egypt this week acknowledged differences while recognising shared concerns

A campaign to tackle obesity, anaemia and nutritional stunting among school students has been rolled out

ISDF Manager Khaled Seddik says LE14 billion has been spent in the last two years to develop slum areas; 1,100 areas designated as slums in Egypt, and more than 300 in Greater Cairo.

There're at least 12 mln homeless people, including 3 mln children, in Egypt, according to Ministry of Social Solidarity; the ministry, along with interior and health ministries, join forces to help homeless and street children

For the first time, Egyptian school students are taking open book exams, reports Reem Leila

A controversial decree bans doctors employed by the government from taking unpaid leave

The World Youth Forum tradition continues, sending a message of peace and prosperity

Reem Leila and Ghada Raafat report on President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi’s visit to Germany

Economic and political cooperation was high on the agenda of President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi and Vladimir Putin’s meeting this week

As the 2018-2019 academic year starts, Reem Leila reports on whether schools are ready for a new e-learning experience

President Al-Sisi used his visit to US and speech at UN General Assembly to underline importance of action to preserve nation states, bolster counter-terrorism efforts and find new ways to finance development

Against the background of an increasingly complex regional and global scene, Egypt will be presenting a notably full agenda at this year’s UN General Assembly meetings in New York

The Galala Mountain plateau is shaping up as an ambitious touristic and investment destination

Sinai and the Canal cities have been the first to witness the implementation of the new health insurance system that kicked off this week

This year’s Thanaweya Amma exams are passing smoothly

Voters are eligible to cast a ballot and help select Egypt’s next president. They can choose between two candidates — Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi who is seeking a second four-year term, and Ghad Party head Moussa Mostafa Moussa

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