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The restoration process included turning the basement into one huge hall for exhibiting art pieces.
Antiquities official Youssef Khalifa confirmed that the government currently owns the palace and the heirs were compensated.
Egyptian president stresses importance of strengthening ties with its neighbouring Arab country
The cabinet began its weekly meeting by taking a minute to mourn the deaths caused by recent bombings
Alaa and Gamal Mubarak to serve four years in prison, lawyer says judiciary is trying to save its public distorted image
Philips donated a new lighting scheme for the mansion but the site still needs a lot work before it can be considered a touristic or cultural heritage site
Female protesters decry prison verdicts maintained to prominent activists
Al-Qaedal-linked Shebab rebels immediately claimed responsibility for huge blast at the perimeter of the central Mogadishu complex
AFP- The murder trial of deposed Egyptian leader Mohamed Morsi is due to resume in Cairo Saturday, after he insisted at a separate hearing that he was still the legitimate president. His trial is seen as a test for Egypt’s military-installed authorities, who have come under fire for a heavy-handed crackdown on his supporters after he was forced …
Al-Beltagy and Hegazy’s trial adjourned to 5 October
Former president referred with others regarding Presidential Palace clashes
Governors to be sworn in on Monday
Ten of the detainees who were arrested last month outside the Presidential Palace will be released
15 arrested near presidential palace during Friday clashes
Political parties and presidency react disparately to Friday’s clashes near presidential palace
Organizers say the matches are meant to “express solidarity with the canal cities”
“The prince of poets” Ahmed Shawky, Saad Zaghloul, Mahmoud Mokhtar; some of the most famous figures of “Liberal Egypt”
Shots were heard outside the presidential palace in the Heliopolis neighborhood of Cairo on Wednesday night at 10.30pm.