Hend El-Behary

Hend holds a bachelor’s in English journalism from Cairo University where she is pursuing a master’s. She is a fellow for the international center for journalists. She has worked for the Daily News Egypt, Ahram online and youm 7.

Hend also freelances for the English website of Anadolu News Agency based in Turkey and Majalla magazine based in the U.K

 

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Mina Jolie, an Australian activist and lawyer, ran 300 kilometers along the Nile River through Cairo, Luxor and Aswan as part of her initiative to change global perceptions of water usage and consumption. In a press conference on Sunday, Jolie...
Egypt administrative prosecution referred 12 former employees of the Antiquities Ministry to trial in a disciplinary court for allegedly allowing individuals from a German expedition to steal samples from the Egyptian Great Pyramid Khufu....
The Egyptian Foundation for Advancement of the Childhood Condition (EFACC) revealed in its monthly report that March 2017 saw the highest rates of child abuse in Egypt over the last five years. In March alone, at least 1,121 children were subjected...
In a remote village by the Nile River called Bahrawa, a Slovenian women has launched a small alternative educational center called "Nile River School" for underprivileged children by creating a new inspiring educational space to...
In an attempt to reach a wider sector of customers, Vodafone Egypt launched a new mobile application for blind and visually impaired users called “E3rafli” (an Arabic word for “Find out for me") to help them recognize...
The Ministry of Health has decided to issue a "drug monitoring" system which aims to control the pharmaceutical market, eliminate drug fraud and prevent the spread of illegal and unknown medicines in Egypt. The Ministry of Health, in...
After President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's decision to enforce a three-month state of emergency in wake of the deadly twin attack on Egypt churches, a wave of concern was sparked about whether this decision will weigh badly on the tourism industry,...
The United Nations International Federation for Peace and Sustainable Development has appointed the former Egyptian minister of antiquities Zahi Hawass as an ambassador for the global cultural heritage. This decision comes in the wake of damage to...
The Parliament has finally approved the government amendments to Article 10 in the Protest Law after the parlimaentary committees of National Defense and Security along with Constitutional and Legislative Affairs discussed the changes. The head of...
For the first time in Egyptian police history, the list of the victims of Egypt's Palm Sunday blasts included three female policewomen, one officer and two low-ranking personnel, who died in the line of duty while checking security at the main...