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Egypt’s Al-Azhar issued a strongly worded statement on Monday condemning the burning of the Holy Quran by an extremist group in Denmark on Friday outside the Turkish Embassy in Copenhagen.

A special car license plate is set to be sold in an auction for EGP 50 million, or over $1.6 million, by the Ministry of Interior, making it Egypt's most expensive ever.

Egypt's Ministry of Health, in cooperation with Dar Al-Ifta, released a guide on Saturday describing which medicines and treatments break the fast of Muslims during Ramadan and which do not.

Egypt condemned on Tuesday the far-right Israeli Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich’s use of a map of Israel that includes Jordanian territories and the occupied Palestinian territories, describing it as "irresponsible behaviour."

Egypt has heavily criticised as irresponsible and inflammatory the statements of Israeli Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich in which he denied the existence and history of the Palestinian people.

Egypt’s Prosecutor-General ordered on Sunday the detention of the person responsible fpr a Pitbull dog who mauled a neighbour, sending him into a coma.

Last week Egypt announced plans to construct in Sinai the largest astronomical observatory in the Middle East and the Mediterranean.

New Valley University announced that a joint research team unearthed for the first time in Egypt and North Africa a fossil of a side-necked turtle that goes back more than 70 million years.

Thirteen Egyptian businesswomen made it to the Forbes Middle East 100 Most powerful businesswomen 2023 list this year.

Four Egyptian students were rescued in Turkey after being under the rubble for several hours following a deadly earthquake that rocked southeastern Turkey and northern Syria early Monday, toppling hundreds of buildings and killing more than 2,800 people.

Just as they have done for centuries, Egyptians in the social media era are employing humour, memes and comics as they deal with the economic difficulties that the country is facing as a result of the consequences of the global crisis.

Egypt will send an official invitation to business tycoon Elon Musk to visit Egypt following his Tweet in which he expressed admiration for the Ancient Egyptian civilization, an Egyptian tourism official announced on Saturday.

In London, Egyptian post-graduate student Abdullah Hassan – not his real name – was making the final plans to replace his dying laptop with a new one to benefit from the sale offers at the holiday season. Hassan’s plans were dashed when, on 22 December, he received a message from the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) announcing limits on overseas cash withdrawals in foreign currency.

Egypt’s biggest children's cancer hospital 57357 -- which mainly relies on donations -- is fighting for survival as the country braces up to face the consequences of another possible devaluation of the Egyptian pound and fights to reduce the impact of the global economic crisis.

Egypt’s Catholics and Anglicans are celebrating Christmas nationwide on the eve of 25 December.

A huge decline in drug abuse was recorded in Egypt between 2015 to 2020, according to the Egyptian Fund for Drug Control and Treatment of Addiction (FDCTA).

The spread of the Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) should not alarm the public as it is not an epidemic and its spread does not call for the suspension of study in schools, Minister of Heath and Population Khaled Abdel-Ghaffar said on Tuesday in a press conference held in Cairo about the recent spreading of the virus.

Egypt's unemployment rate rose to 7.4 percent in the third quarter (Q3) of 2022, up by 0.2 percent in the previous quarter, the Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics (CAMPAS) reported on Tuesday.

The Mobile Phone Division at the Cairo Chamber of Commerce announced on Tuesday that South Korean multinational manufacturing conglomerate Samsung has released its first-ever Made in Egypt Galaxy A13 (SM-A137F/DS) smartphone in the local market.

Egypt’s Ministry of Education warned schools and teachers last week to watch out for students involved in any “abnormal activities” following the emergence of videos on TikTok showing students participating in the so-called “blackout challenge”, which involves participants holding their breath until they pass out.

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