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Egypt will clinch the women’s individual World Open title very soon, says the Wadi Degla player
“There is no such crime as preaching in Egyptian law,” says defence lawyer
Two years after the deadly clashes, Daily News Egypt reviews the incident and its implications
Volunteers include artists, sketchers, and photographers documenting Mediterranean city’s architectural heritage
Despite making history, chaos broke out on the 4 km line
Very proud to be long-listed for the FT/Oppenheimer Funds Emerging Voices Awards, says writer
British investors demand fair treatment from government, competition to be opened up in private sector, says Casson
Agreement includes five projects in electricity sector, six transportation projects and four Chinese direct investments projects
Volume of France’s investments in Egypt stands at approximately €7bn
The opening ceremony was attended by dignitaries of Alexandria and the Egyptian and global squash scene, including Governor Hany El-Messiry and the number-one ranked female squash player in the world, Nicol David from Malaysia.
Joint statement by NGOs comes a week after Mahienour Al-Massry was ordered back into prison
EGP 120m of Alexandria land sale went to REACAP
Ministry of Interior spokesperson denies the arrests
The logistics centre will operate rapid transport lines and deliver Egyptian agricultural products to European markets in three-four days, says cabinet spokesperson
The lawyer was handed one year and three months in prison
Believing that Alexandria must remain Egypt’s cultural capital, a number of young people who are interested in developing and promoting the artistic and cultural industries dedicated their time and effort to launching various initiatives and projects aiming to enhance and reinforce the cultural scene in the coastal city.
EFACC says it is ready to oppose the military sentencing of children
An apartment block is set to be built on the 323 BCE site
Mahienour El-Massry’s and Yousef Sha’ban’s detention location remained unknown for hours after judge’s decision
EGOTH recorded profits worth EGP 111m between July 2014 and March 2015, says Samir Hassan
The storage was located in the Moustafa Kamel area of Alexandria, and contains very rare and very old relics.
LACTIMED is promoting various dairy industry sectors across Europe and the Mediterranean
The new centre is built on 2,100 metres, and is equipped with advanced technology devices and tools, contributing to increasing service quality and decreasing the time needed for maintenance.
Hotel occupancies rose in Alexandria by 60%, Ain Sokhna by 80%, Sharm El-Sheikh by 70% and Hurghada by 75%
Google celebrated Tuesday the birth of the Egyptian painter Seif Wanly, who would have been 109 years old on 31 March.
Explosion happened during attempt to defuse the explosive device
Pro-government lawyer claims to have proof that revolutionary 6 April movement is collaborating with foreign intelligence
Killing of Shaimaa Al-Sabbagh prompts series of crackdowns on party members
Protests continue across different university campuses on Wednesday
19 beaches and casinos offered for investment for three years