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The race was originally to take place in Cairo last week
For the twelfth time, French driver Stéphane Peterhansel has won the world’s most gruelling cross-country road race. His final margin of victory was more than half an hour.
Finetto won the final race in a time of 17h 13′ 48, while his competitor Davide Rebellin, CCC-Sprandi-Polkowice team’s cyclist came the second place with a 12 second difference.
Al-Sisi stresses that practicing freedoms should be balanced with national security, citing concern that the former might lead to chaos.
The Daily News Egypt lists the economic pledges made by both candidates
Daily News Egypt spoke with some of the regional and international observer missions that will be monitoring the two-day process in differing ways, depending on the size and scope of the individual missions.
As the economic crisis continues, the next president will face much of the same challenges Morsi did when taking office
Economic policy officials from the campaigns of both presidential candidates reflect on how to solve some of Egypt’s most
By Philip Whitfield Too cute? You try. Two’s company, three’s a crowd (corny); Spin doctors (better); Whispering campaign (true); Rope a dope (scurrilous). What’s being spoon-fed? Battle lines drawn, littered through copy with adjectival innuendo: Al-Sisi’s campaign headquarters in the “upper class” Al-Tagammu (New Cairo) district…(snooty?). Worse: Sabahy, youngest of a peasant farmer’s 12 children …
Meeting between Sabahy and Ali aims to reach common ground over coming presidential elections
Misr Al-Qawia Party refrains from nominating presidential candidate to protest lack of democratic process
It has yet to be decided whether the constitutional referendum will be followed by the presidential or parliamentary elections first
Cairo Runners organise Cairo’s first half marathon