In the past 24 hours, Damietta Port received five container ships and one general goods ship
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Border guards detain 151 illegal migrants attempting to enter Libya
Former interim President Adly Mansour issued presidential decree last week citing security concerns
Prime minister denies reports that Suez would be transferred to the authority of Cairo governorate
Security forces detained three workers on charges of inciting strike
The project will allow the port to accommodate giant ships and will be completed by June, Minister of Transportation says
This road will facilitate transportation, trade and communication between the two nations
The Ministry of Transport had previously put forth suggestions to create a dredging company, operated by the Damietta and Port Said Port Authorities, which would be tasked with helping to construct the side canal leading to Eastern Port Said and the Damietta Port Wharf.
Supporters and opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi continue to clash in several governorates following Friday demonstrations
Government buildings closed in Port Said and Qaliubiya
A super tram, smart card system, and railway institute are only a few examples of the Ministry of Transportations ambitious plans for the next fiscal year
Six men demanding housing rights sentenced to six months; six protesting unemployment receive three months
A dozen men face military trials for squatting in empty buildings and protesting unemployment
Thousands of workers, shop-owners, students, residents, and government employees continue civil disobedience which began one week ago
Work resumes in Sokhna Port after employees agree to leave company in return for higher severance payment
Presidential advisors intervene
Dismissal of Al-Sokhna workers illegal
International Maritime Organisation denies existence of a black list
A popular committee to address workers’ grievances was formed on Wednesday, including Ahmed Mahmoud, secretary of the Freedom and Justice Party and Ahmed Abdel Raheem, member of the Shura Council.
Governor attempts mediation between workers and company.
Workers still on strike cost the treasury up to EGP 15 million.
almost a year after Kenya sent troops to rout them, Al-Shebab fighters retreat to the port city of Kismayo
AMISOM disrupts delivery of recruits and logistics on Somalian coast
Government seeks developing the Suez Canal area