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Luxor will host its first international fashion festival, "Come to Egypt", at the famous Luxor Temple in December.   The festival will be held under the patronage of the Antiquities Ministry, the State Information Service and the...
A Christian high school student who challenged the Education Ministry's exam protocol resulting in a public outcry, has declined to meet with Pope Tawadros II, the church said Wednesday.   Mariam Malak accuses her school examiners of...
Red Sea Governor Major General Ahmed Abdallah inspected the al-Sheikh al-Shazly village, a village named after a well-known Sufi sheikh, ahead of the annual celebration of the Aboul Hassan al-Shazly Mawlid, which will be held a few days ahead of Eid...
Four policemen were injured in an anonymous attack on a checkpoint on the Beni Suef-Fayoum agricultural road Wednesday evening, near Abeshna village.   Twelve suspects from the Belefia, Abeshna and Hager villages were arrested following...
A monthly meeting by the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) on Wednesday resulted in three council members walking out of the assembly, protesting a recent controversial inspection the council made at a high-security prison.   The visit...
The National Council for Human Rights expressed extreme concern Wednesday over a confidential authorization from the Supreme Council of Universities on August 16 stating that the sons and daughters of judges, police and army officers were to be...
"The poor's food is in danger" is no longer a metaphorical phrase describing Egypt.   The Agricultural Research Center has confirmed that 1,500 chemical substances are used in food packaging materials, some of which are toxic....
Egypt has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with China to partially engage the latter in the construction of the first phase of its new administrative capital east of Cairo, the most-celebrated undertaking offered to investors during the Sharm el...
Higher Education Minister Al-Sayed Abdel Khaleq received confidential authorization from the Supreme Council of Universities on August 16, stating that the children of judges, police and army officers were to be exempt from geographical allocations...
Syrian drama star Sulaf Fawakherji will compete in the Alexandria Film Festival’s 31st edition, starting on Wednesday, with her directorial debut, "Cherry Messages".   The movie is set in Syria in 1946 and will be shown within...