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DNA analysis proves that Egyptians are not Arabs

Families of 21 Egyptians kidnapped in Libya by Islamic State militants protest for their return outside the Journalists Syndicate
17 Jan 2017
After over 10 years of analyzing DNA samples from hundreds of people, the National Geographic Genographic Project (NGGP) surprisingly uncovered the fact that Egyptians are not Arabs as most of them believed. The study presented graphs that...
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I am not behind cancellation of Eissa's TV show: Parliament speaker

17 Jan 2017
Egypt's Parliament speaker Ali Abdelaal denied on Monday that he is behind the cancellation of Ibrahim Eissa's talk show from the privately-owned satellite channel al-Kahera Wal Nas (Cairo and the People).   In an interview...
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Advocates, MPs dispute Parliament's influence over Red Sea islands ruling

Opening session of Egypt's House of Representatives in January 10, 2015
17 Jan 2017
The maritime demarcation agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia should not be up for discussion by the Parliament as the Supreme Administrative Court ruling is final and decisive, said lawyer and former presidential hopeful Khaled Ali on...
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Presidency steps in to solve pharmacists' profit margin crisis

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi delivers a speech during the ''Egypt's vision 2030'' meeting on sustainable development in Cairo, Egypt, in this February 24, 2016 handout picture courtesy of the Egyptian Presidency.  REUTERS/The Egyptian Presidency/Handout via Reuters


 




 


 
17 Jan 2017
The Egyptian Pharmacists Syndicate said Monday that the presidency had invited its officials to a meeting with President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi next week, to attempt to solve the Syndicate's crisis with the Ministry of Health and...
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Egypt to fund US$5.5 mn construction of 6 dams in Kenya

Workers pick tea at a plantation in Kenya. 6 February 2008.
17 Jan 2017
The parliamentary Agriculture Committee agreed on the construction of six dams in Kenya to be funded by the Egyptian government for US$5.5 million in order to support the development of water resources in the African country. The decision...
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Parliament divided over future discussion of Red Sea islands agreement

Opening session of Egypt's House of Representatives in January 10, 2015
17 Jan 2017
The Parliament was divided on whether to discuss the demarcation agreement signed between Saudi Arabia and Egypt, after the Supreme Administrative Court annulled the deal. The 25-30 parliamentary bloc said the Parliament must abide by...
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Saudis, Egyptians at loggerheads over Tiran and Sanafir

16 Jan 2017
Saudis reacted to the Supreme Administrative Court ruling on Monday via social media, expressing anger at the verdict which nullified the transfer of sovreignty of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.   Some Saudi Twitter users called...
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Weather forecast for Tuesday

16 Jan 2017
  Mild weather is expected to prevail in the north on Tuesday, meteorologists said. Visibility will be lower in the morning due to mist across the north coast, the Delta region, Cairo and canal provinces. Low- and medium-level clouds...
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Supreme Administrative Court upholds decision to nullify Red Sea islands agreement

Tiran and Sanafir locate at the south entrance of the Gulf of Aqaba in the north part of the Red Sea.
 
16 Jan 2017
Egypt's Supreme Administrative Court on Monday nullified an agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia that would have transferred the two Red Sea islands, Tiran and Sanafir, to Saudi waters.   According to the border demarcation...
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Egypt, Belarus agree on fighting terrorism

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi meets with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, Cairo, January 15th, 2017.
16 Jan 2017
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has discussed with his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko the recent developments in several areas, as well as ways of fostering bilateral cooperation. The talks occurred in two sessions, one session...
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