Oct. 05, 17:30
BRUSSELS: Syrian Kurdish militants backed by the United States in the fight against Islamic State belong to a terrorist organisation and are collaborating with the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), President Tayyip...
Oct. 05, 17:29
CAIRO: President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi announced that the farming of the first 500,000 acres of the 1.5 million acres reclamation project will start in the coming few days, Youm7 reported Monday. In his speech celebrating the...
Oct. 05, 15:40
DUBLIN, Oct 5 (Reuters) – An Irish naval ship rescued 242 people from wooden crafts near the Libyan capital of Tripoli in its first operation since being deployed to assist an international migrant rescue...
Oct. 05, 16:30
CAIRO: The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) widened its bear run for a third straight session as of Monday’s close, hurt by local and Arab sales. Egypt’s benchmark index EGX30 fell 0.33 percent to end at 7,239 points, compared to 7,263...
Oct. 05, 12:30
Limassol :Moody’s Investors Service has today assigned a provisional (P)Baa1(hyb) long-term local-currency rating to National Bank of Kuwait S.A.K.P’s (NBK) planned issuance of Kuwaiti dinar-denominated...
Oct. 05, 12:00
CAIRO: Business condition in Egypt’s non-oil private sector sustained in September, but at a weaker pace, due to slower expansions in both output and new business, Emirates NBD announced in a survey released Monday. The...
Ahly out of CAF Confederation Cup after loss to Orlando Pirate
Suez Canal axis aims to produce 60K tons of fish yearly: Mamish
Jordan arrests 3 caught on video assaulting Egyptian national
7, including 2 children, die in building collapse north of Cairo
Etisalat commercial banned over ‘inciting domestic violence’
2 belly dancers’ prison term reduced to 3 months over ‘inciting debauchery’
Oct. 04, 13:45
CAIRO: The Goethe Institute in Cairo is hosting a film festival in the cities of Asyut from Oct 7-8, Mansoura Oct. 14-15, and Luxor Oct. 27-28. Among the German films to be screen include 2014’s “Jack,” about a 10-year old boy...
Oct. 03, 17:07
CAIRO: British Culture Minister Ed Vaizey has decided to initiate a second deferral period on the export license application of the Sekhemka statue till March 29, 2016. The decision is “to allow a buyer the opportunity to save...
Oct. 03, 15:45
CAIRO: The Egyptian embassy in the U.K. has restored an ancient Egyptian stele dates back to the New Kingdom’s 19th dynasty (1291B.C. – 1278B.C,) the state news agency MENA reported Saturday. A British citizen sent the...