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Antiquities Minister Khaled Hanafy announced that museums and archaeological sites would open to the public for free on Tuesday, the 35th anniversary of the liberation of Sinai.   Manpower Minister Mohamed Saafan announced earlier on Monday...
Number of tourists coming to Egypt last March to reach 654,900 visitors, compared to 440,700 during March 2016. That number is also increased compared to February 2017, when 539,100 visitors entered the country, the Central Agency for Public...
The Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, received Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Anba Antonious, the Coptic Orthodox metropolitan archbishop of Jerusalem, at Bayan Palace yesterday. The Pope and his entourage...
Mild weather is expected to prevail on Tuesday nationwide during the daytime, turning cooler over the night, according to meteorologists. Highs of 26 degrees centigrade will be reached in Cairo and 23 degrees in Alexandria.   Low- and medium-...
Cairo Criminal Court, headed by Judge Mohamed Sherin Fahmy, sentenced 20 defendants on Monday to death in their retrial, along with 136 other defendants, over storming Kerdasa Police Station in August 2013.   The court has set July 2 to issue...
Egypt will establish 30 projects in the Suez Canal Economic Zone with investments totalling US$20 billion, said President of the Suez Canal Economic Zone Ahmed Darwish. The projects will be established on an area of ​​23 million square...
Eight people were killed and 18 others injured on Monday when a truck carrying workers overturned on the Cairo-Alexandria Desert Road, the Health Ministry said. Head of the Ambulance Authority Ahmed al-Ansary said 10 ambulances arrived at the...
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz held an Egyptian-Saudi summit at the Royal Court in Al-Yamamah Palace in Saudi Arabia on Sunday. The summit was attended by a large number of princes, ministers and senior officials...
The Greater Cairo Water Company (GCWC) said the water supply will remain off for longer than expected in districts of Fifth Settlement in New Cairo city, citing obstacles in fixing and repairing the water pipe that burst on Saturday. In a statement...
The Higher Education Ministry is working on reviving a proposal to form the National Egyptian Council for Evaluation and Assessment which would manage students' university admissions, said Ashraf Hatem, secretary general of the...