Jul. 02, 18:00
WASHINGTON: U.S.-led coalition forces conducted 18 air strikes against Islamic State in Iraq and 10 in Syria on Wednesday, the U.S. military said. The strikes in Iraq targeted eight cities including Falluja, Haditha, Mosul,...
Jul. 02, 15:47
CAIRO: The series of coordinated terrorist attacks that killed dozens in Egypt’s Sinai Wednesday have sparked condemnation several states, international figures and organizations. The United Nations Secretary-General Ban...
Jul. 02, 15:08
WASHINGTON: There were no casualties or injuries at the Washington Navy Yard, CBS News reported on Thursday following a lockdown at the facility in the nation’s capital amid reports of a shooting. CBS cited a Navy Yard...
Jul. 02, 15:39
CAIRO: The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) lost ground on Thursday, hammered by an investor bearish sentiment over wide-scale militant attacks in Egypt’s restive North Sinai on Wednesday. Military spokesman announced that more than...
Jul. 02, 14:40
CAIRO: Qalaa Holdings, one of Egypt’s leading investment firms, announced Thursday it signed an initial agreement with some shareholders in Middle East Glass (MEG) to full acquire their stocks in the Misr Glass Manufacturing....
Jul. 01, 19:39
Fitch Ratings-Paris/London-01 July 2015: Last week’s attack in Sousse highlights Tunisia’s exposure to terrorism risk and its potential to damage the economy, Fitch Ratings says. But the country’s successful...
Reporting on slain prosecutor banned, military spox warns against foreign media
Egypt’s Cabinet reviews anti-terrorism draft law amid rising militancy
Egypt purchases 289 LAZ buses for $70m from Ukraine
Egypt to impose $131 fine on garbage throwers on public streets
Mona Iraqi supports gay marriage, Egyptian bishop condemns
Years of revolt, turmoil haunt Egypt’s children
Jul. 01, 11:25
CAIRO: Firing Ramadan cannon to mark the end of fasting hours during the holy month has been Egypt’s centuries-old tradition that is about to fade away. “The Ramadan Cannon, or Madfaa al-Iftar, was fired last in 1992 after the...
Jun. 26, 14:02
CAIRO: Most visitors to Egypt do not miss a trip to Giza Pyramids, complete with a ride on a camel in the Sahara Desert with the Sphinx behind them. Cairo’s camel market is a must-see for those who want to witness a thriving...
Jun. 24, 11:53
CAIRO: A set of 293 ancient Egyptian artifacts, estimated to have spent 2,000 years underwater, will tour several European capitals in September, Antiquities Ministry said in a statement Monday. Dubbed as “Egypt’s Sunken...