May. 28, 14:34
CAIRO: Explosive devices were planted beneath an electricity pylon in Giza’s Kerdasa while train traffic on the Mansoura-Sharqia railway line was temporarily halted Thursday after three bombs severed parts of the rods, Youm7...
May. 28, 14:20
CAIRO: A total of 57 people were injured Wednesday in several fires caused by the searing heat wave that swept large parts of the country during the past two days, Health Minister Spokesperson Hossam Abdel Ghafar said in a...
May. 28, 15:30
CAIRO: The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) shut on a negative note at the close of Thursday’s session, as institutions extended sell-offs for a fourth straight day. Egypt’s market was not pushed by Thursday’s announcement of EGX plans...
May. 28, 13:30
CAIRO: The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) announced Thursday it plans to apply structural changes to the market indexes starting August, with a focus on easing conditions for listing on the benchmark index EGX30. “The new changes...
May. 28, 12:30
CAIRO: The first state-owned plant to manufacture energy-saving light bulbs was inaugurated Thursday in Egypt’s Mediterranean governorate of Alexandria, Youm7 reported. Minster of Investment Ashraf Salman and Alexandria...
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
Islamic scholar suggests using DVDs in Friday sermons
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...