19 Jan 2017
Football enthusiasts expressed stun on social media, and called the government move “unfair” in support of ex-midfielder Mohamed Abu Treka, after he was put on an official terror list.
Retired football star, Abu Treka led Egypt...
13 Jan 2017
He may have failed to impress Jose Mourinho, but Mohamed Salah has the chance at the Africa Cup of Nations to demonstrate just why he has been hailed as the ‘Egyptian Messi’.
“Salah looks great,” Egypt coach Hector...
06 Jan 2017
Mohsen al-Gedamy has run a successful business for the past seven years importing beans, a staple food for many Egyptians, but after the currency was suddenly floated late last year he now faces bankruptcy.
He is among thousands of...
16 Dec 2016
Human Rights Watch (HRW) praised on Thursday Egypt’s first law on irregular migration but said that it “fails to affirm important refugee rights”.
The law was ratified by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in November....
10 Dec 2016
The scientific committee affiliated to the Agriculture Ministry’s General Organization for Veterinary Services has approved an offer from a company that exports donkey leather to export 10,000 live donkeys to China to limit...
03 Dec 2016
The deputy governor of Cairo, Major General Mohammed Ayman Abdel Tawab, said Friday that the governorate issued a demolition license for the historical building of InterContinental hotel in downtown Cairo located at the corner of Adly and...
01 Dec 2016
The Economic Research Foundation Oxford Business Group (OBG) commended Egypt's efforts to enhance its potential in the field of electricity generation through renewable energy sources.
In a report published on its website, the...
30 Nov 2016
Egypt’s parliament passed a controversial NGO law on Tuesday amid criticism from local and international rights groups concerning regulations and "restrictions" imposed by the new law on civil work.
The House of...
25 Nov 2016
Pharmacies across Egypt are running short of medicines, some of them life-savers, as a plunge in the value of the Egyptian pound coupled with strict government price caps has made scores of products unprofitable to produce or import.
18 Nov 2016
Targeting more than 100 schools and universities across the country, The Egyptian adventurer Omar Samra launched a new project entitled ‘Make Space Yours’ whose aim is to motivate and raise the students' interest in space...