By Philip Whitfield Once upon a time a crocodile was snoozing on the banks of the River Nile. Along came a spritely gazelle. She’d spotted a bunch of cherries on the opposite side. How to get across? One crocodile in sight indicated more dozing. “Wake up, Mr Crocodile,” she pleaded. The crocodile opened one eye …
Latest in Day: September 1, 2013 Highlight
Latest in Day: September 1, 2013
Deep State? Don’t give them too much credit; their danger is much simpler than that
By Fadi Elhusseini Genuine democracy requires practice and partnership, and cannot be realised aloof from people. Mobilising crowds to replace the ballot box is very dangerous as the lust for power and authority can be cast in popular demands, and gain proforma legitimacy. In order to put forward a truthful analysis, one should call a …
While the bumpy political situation in Egypt has upset many investments, a group of youth took the slogan of “Be local, social, adaptable and simple” as their motto when they launched their successful application. The Daily News Egypt spoke to Gamal El-Din Sadek, one of the co-founders of Bey2ollak.
While placing emphasis on maintaining tourism partnerships abroad, Zaazou asked foreign travel agencies to push their governments to lift their negative travel advisories for Egypt since the national curfew is not imposed in many beach tourist sites.
Egyptian ambassadors will request that foreign governments lessen their restrictions on tourism traffic, especially on the areas in which the curfew is not imposed such as the Red Sea and Sharm Al-Sheikh.
Al Nour party president says his acceptance of army’s roadmap was not carte blanche to military
The Islamic institution stresses its opposition to the use of chemical weapons
Presidency spokesman declares names in a press conference.
Police in front of a church near the Suez Canal city are attacked in drive-by shooting
Muslim Brotherhood says “unprecedented” numbers took to the streets on 30 August
Foreign minister discusses closer cooperation with neighbouring countries
Sunday meeting to ensure support
18 hotels were recently closed in Taba, in addition to 30 in Sharm Al-Sheikh.
Ibrahim says that Sinai will be “terrorist-free” during 2013
EGP 6bn in t-bills issued on Sunday
Security crackdowns on Morsi supporters continue
Hair and blood samples given to the United States from emergency workers on the scene of last month’s attack in the Syrian capital have showed signs of the powerful sarin nerve gas, Kerry told NBC and CNN television.
Egypt rejects US led military strike on Syria, allies in the region agree says Fahmy
Ship flying Panama flag targeted
Foreign ministry official denies that three Egyptians were in Gaza for diplomatic purposes
The three reportedly admitted to being directly involved in the killing of the soldiers.
Indie Lebanese band tries to get out of its comfort zone only to end up where its fans like it best
Diwan bookstore organises a creative writing course lead by experienced teacher Linda ClearyDiwan bookstore organises a creative writing course lead by experienced teacher Linda Cleary
A new workshop aims at teaching people all about the art of performing on the comic side