May. 29, 14:01
ZURICH: No winner after first round of FIFA vote, second round upcoming. 6:30 p.m. (1630 GMT; 12:30 p.m. EDT) Voting has finished in the first round of balloting to choose FIFA’s next president. Delegates from the world...
May. 29, 13:45
BENGHAZI: A Libyan militia spokesman and a militant group say the local Islamic State affiliate has taken control of a civilian air base in the central city of Sirte —the group’s stronghold in the North African country....
May. 29, 12:45
TEHRAN: Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency is reporting that a plane from the country’s Red Crescent organization carrying 20 tons of humanitarian aid for Yemen has landed in Djibouti. On May 21, an Iranian...
May. 29, 15:00
CAIRO: A specialized joined alliance of Egyptian, French and American companies was chosen to organize the New Suez Canal inauguration ceremony, scheduled for August 6, according to a presidential statement Thursday. The...
May. 29, 13:11
CAIRO: The Al-Sukari gold mine is expected to produce 500,000 gold ounces in 2015, representing a 25 percent year on year increase from 377,000 ounces, the mine’s Chairman Ali Barakat announced Thursday. “The...
May. 29, 10:00
Lafarge Industrial Ecology (ECOCEM) today announced that it has signed two major contracts to manage and operate existing refuse-derived fuel (RDF) platforms in Suez and Qalyubeya. In an effort to continue its efficient waste...
Trial of ‘hands off’ dancer adjourned
1162 ‘girls-friendly’ schools established in Egypt since 2003: minister
Cleric Anas Sultan allegedly abducted with his two brothers
British Ambassador launches £20m Newton-Mosharafa fund
GUC students released after 4-day detention
Sovaldi to be available in local market for up to $314.5
May. 24, 15:12
CAIRO: Egypt has taken legal actions to restore dozens of artifacts smuggled to Israel amid the rising illicit digging activities carried out in several Egyptian archaeological sites following the 2011 uprising, sources told...
May. 21, 14:22
CAIRO: Several museums all over the world house ancient Egyptian treasures but the iconic bust of Queen Nefertiti, currently on display at Berlin’s Neues Museum, remains one of Egypt’s top plundered artifacts. The...
May. 20, 15:10
CAIRO: The decision of the Antiquities Ministry to raise entrance fees paid by Arab tourists and locals to visit Egypt’s archaeological sites has drawn mixed reviews. “The timing of the decision is not appropriate as the...