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Adel Tolba, head of the Egyptian Trading Pharmaceutical Company, instructed by the government to import the shortage medicines which are unavailable on the market, said that the first shipment of the medicines arrived early on Wednesday and the rest...
Cold weather is expected to prevail on Friday in the north, including Cairo and the Delta, according to meteorologists. Highs of 20 degrees centigrade will be reached in Cairo. Visibility will be reduced due to fog in the Delta, Cairo and Suez Canal...
Lawyer and activist Azza Suleiman has now been released on LE20,000 bail over charges of receiving foreign funds.   Investigators ordered the seizure of Suleiman's funds and banned her from travel until investigations into the case are...
The Doctors Syndicate has decided to refer doctors accused of human organs trafficking to the professional ethics committee to be penalized in case they were convicted. The penalty could reach dropping their syndicate membership.  In a...
Kafr al-Sheikh governor al-Sayyed Nasr announced the allocation of LE1,000 for each of the families of 32 detained fishermen in Saudi Arabia to assist those families until their breadwinners are back.   Thirty-two fishermen from Borg al-Borolos...
The draft law for regulating media affairs ignited widespread disagreements between MPs during its discussion by the Media Committee of the Egyptian parliament. As MP Nashwa al-Deeb described the bill as "sensational", other MPs like...
The chairman of the presidential committee formed to examine the cases of young Egyptian detainees, Osama al-Ghazaly Harb, said Tuesday that the committee will release within 4 days a new list that includes the names of 300-400 detainees to be...
Top prosecutor Nabil Sadeq ordered the detention of 25 suspects for 15 days pending investigation into human organs trafficking charges. The suspects are accused of forming of an international network for human organs trafficking. According to...
Egypt's Justice Minister Hossam Abdel Rahim announced Wednesday that the cabinet has approved the amendment to Article 10 of the Protest Law. The amendment to the article has now placed the fate of any protests into the hands of the judiciary,...
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi received on Tuesday ministers of water from five Nile Basin countries including Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan and Burundi who took part in the conference organized by the National Water Research Center in Cairo...